Egypt is Revolting

And so is Tunisia. And Yemen. And Jordan. And Algeria. None of these are places I would choose to live. And since Islamic states generate most of the world’s refugees, I guess lots of other people would choose not to live there either. If they had the choice. So it is not surprising that residents of …

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The Road to Hell

Two videos from the thought-provoking and frequently sensible Andrew Klavan. The Road to Hell is Paved With Good Intentions. Yes, we’ve all heard that. But why is it true? And can you give some actual examples? Why, yes I can, thank you for asking: Is America Satanophobic? Probably, but why not? Satan is bad. No, …

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More From Sarah Palin on Obama’s Speech

There are lots of things to like about Sarah. She is courageous, caring, loyal, and she understands what makes the economy work – how jobs and wealth are created. For a long list of real accomplishments, see Bob Beers’ article ‘In Praise of Sarah’ from Canada Free Press, which includes this assessment: “She has a …

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I Want My Global Warming

Four of New York’s seven worst ever recorded snow storms have occurred since 2003. This January has been new York’s snowiest since records have been kept, breaking a record that goes back to 1925. January 26th also broke the 1871 record for the most snow to fall in one day. Records for cold and snow …

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