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Robert Zubrin: Obama Covers for OPEC. When faced with an issue of grave concern to the public, a politician has two choices. He can try to solve the problem. That would be the course of a true statesman. Alternatively, however, [...]
Mind the Gap: Is the Relationship Still Special? by Nile Gardiner. See here.
Without the Bible, the West Will Fail by Vishal Mangalwadi. See here.
An excellent column by Yuval Levin at NRO. In our time, nostalgia is the reigning sentiment of the left in America, and the project of the left is fundamentally reactionary. They’re clinging mightily to the remnants of the old and [...]
Welcome to Hezbollahland: An Interview With Michael J. Totten by Kevin Sullivan. See here.
The Real Reason “Chinese Mothers Are Superior”. See here.
John Stossel: Government Creates Poverty. The U.S. government has “helped” no group more than it has “helped” the American Indians. It stuns me when President Obama appears before Indian groups and says things like, “Few have been ignored by Washington [...]
Atheist Chaplains and the Church of Evolution by Rabbi Shmuley Boteach. The report in the New York Times that atheists are looking for official recognition as chaplains in the US military in order to cater to the needs of non-believing [...]
Britain panders to extremism. The East London Mosque, the largest in Britain, hosted a “live telephone Q&A” with the world’s most dangerous al-Qaeda preacher, advertised with a poster showing Manhattan in flames. At the North London Mosque, equally important and [...]
What We Learn From the Obama Birth Certificate? by Anthony J.Ciani. President Obama, after almost 4 years of controversy, has finally released his birth certificate. This will settle the question of where he was born for a great many people; [...]
Why Relationship Advice Fails To Improve Your Relationship. See here.
Against Divorce: David Hume Defends Traditional Marriage by Russell Nieli. While often hostile to the Calvinist Christianity in which he was reared, David Hume’s essay “Of Polygamy and Divorces” offers a vigorous and well-argued defense of marriage arrangements as they [...]
The Science of Right and Wrong by H. Allen Orr is a lengthy review in the New York Review of Books of The Moral Landscape: How Science Can Determine Human Values by Sam Harris.
Christian Arrested for Reading the Bible in Public. On February 2, 2011, one assistant pastor and two elders from Calvary Chapel of Hemet, California, went to the Hemet DMV before it opened and one of the men started to read [...]
Obama’s Birthplace Mystery: The Real Issue by Elwin Tobing. Which brings us to the real issue in the saga of Obama’s birthplace mystery: character and trust. Obama’s principles and paradigms of thinking, which guide his leadership and policy making, are [...]
Writing Teachers: Still Crazy After All These Years by Mary Grabar. After spending four depressing days this month at a meeting of 3,000 writing teachers in Atlanta, I can tell you that their parent group, the Conference on College Composition [...]
Climate Models Go Cold by David Evans. The debate about global warming has reached ridiculous proportions and is full of micro-thin half-truths and misunderstandings. I am a scientist who was on the carbon gravy train, understands the evidence, was once [...]