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Last October, I blogged about a Danish newspaper, Jyllands-Posten, and its cartoonists being threatened by Muslim extremists for publishing cartoons about the prophet Muhammad deemed offensive by Islamist p.c. bulllies. See here and here. For the past four months, The Brussels Journal has relentlessly covered the ensuing uproar from the Muslim world and the battle […]
***updated with video link*** I am watching Sen. Ted Kennedy on C-SPAN unraveling before my eyes. He is screaming. The face is fire-engine red. The fists are waving furiously. Here’s my rough transcript of his ongoing diatribe smearing the Alito nomination as a step backwards toward mass discrimination: KENNEDY: …All you have to do, Mr. […]
Al Jazeera (who else) has it: Walid Phares at The Counterterrorism Blog has in-depth textual analysis: The new Zawahiri videotape released by al Jazeera today shows a sophistication in the propaganda war waged by the Jihadists worldwide against the US and its allies. Designed to “crumble” the morale of the American public and “boost” the […]
So, the Washington Post is hyping a study purporting to show that conservatives are more biased against blacks than liberals. (Hat tip: Tim Graham at Newsbusters, who has more.) The study, which was presented at a conference held by the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, has not yet been published in a peer-reviewed journal […]
I wholeheartedly endorse the Cindy Sheehan for Senate campaign. Conservative bloggers are standing enthusiastically with moonbats in support of Cindy’s potential challenge to Sen. Dianne Feinstein. Jim Hoft announces the launch of a Cindy for Senate blog. Go visit the new site and register your endorsement of the Idiotarian of the Year. Jeff at Beautiful […]
Cam Edwards, over at the cool new group blog On Tap, exposes pro-Kerry activism by an ABC Radio vice president. The veep declined to comment.
The Political Teen, Ian Schwartz, has a nifty new blog at Expose The Left. Bookmark it.
Debra Burlingame speaks for me: We now have the ability to put remote control cameras on the surface of Mars. Why should we allow enemies to annihilate us simply because we lack the clarity or resolve to strike a reasonable balance between a healthy skepticism of government power and the need to take proactive measures […]
No comment necessary: Yahoo!/AP caption: In this photo released by Venezuela’s Miraflores Press, Venezuela’s President Hugo Chavez embraces visiting U.S. peace activist Cindy Sheehan, whose son was killed in Iraq, during his national broadcast ‘Hello President’ in Caracas, Venezuela, Sunday, Jan. 29, 2006. Chavez said Sheehan told him that ‘soon, in Holy Week, she is […]
The World Economic Forum in Davos, which attracts the world’s wealthiest and windiest bloviators, wrapped up this weekend. Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt turned up, along with Michael Douglas, Peter Gabriel, retired tennis player Monica Seles, and other We Are The World Hollywood celebrity-types. (See here for embarrassingly star-struck slavering from an official World Economic […]