So says our Democrat Party. Unbelievable.
Archive for July, 2007
And uncapable of serious thought? Perhaps it is acceptable for the children to carry on about such things (they are after all children), but isn’t adult interest in Potter just another sign that we are becoming a nation of Peter Pans unable to grow up and talk about serious things? . . . Potter, Narnia, [...]
A challenge for all Americans. Tonight, on the eve of the 65th anniversary of the deportation of Jews from the Warsaw Ghetto to Treblinka, we must be honest: If we knew then what we know now, about the mass killings, the gas chambers, the sick human experimentation, the crematoria — if we knew it were [...]
This is great.
Andy McCarthy: That’s why I get so disheartened when I hear the president talk this nonsense about the universality of freedom. If the surge is just about Iraqi freedom, we shouldn’t be doing it. The American people don’t care what form of government Iraq has — not enough to fight a war over it. They [...]
Victor Davis Hanson: Some of the figures on prime farm acreage diverted to corn/ethanol production are quite staggering, and range up to one of every four acres planted to corn, maybe as much as 30 million acres quite soon. An ironic note: The agricultural revolution that changed America was not entirely a result of efficient [...]
Remember Keren Malki. The New York Times and HBO do not care. Their amoral celebration of terrorism deserves our scorn and derision.
Women who fight for their homeland. Reality check for those who want to surrender to al Qaeda in Iraq.
Round heel Republicans may want to run and hide from our Islamofascist enemies, but we are dealing with evil, and evil must be fought: The staccato of machine-gun fire pelted through the stillness. A 13-year-old named Shukria was hit in the arm and the back, and then teetered into the soft brown of an adjacent [...]
Theodore Dalrymple: What struck me at the time about the controversy was the evident fact that a large and influential part of the Australian academy and intelligentsia actually wanted there to have been a genocide. They reacted to Windschuttle’s book like a child who has had a toy snatched from its hand by its elder [...]