The burqa is being used as a pawn in the power struggle between jihadic Islam and the West.
Meet Tom Siebel who, unlike the character on NBC's fictional drama The Philanthropist, really does help his fellow man.
It's not the first time Sarkozy has denigrated a democratically chosen leader. (He's more polite to dictators.)
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An exclusive PJ Media investigation reveals the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) to be a hotbed of extremism, racism, and terror support.
Some folks will resort to anything to scare away nasty reality and keep their discredited worldview intact.
If a new executive order sounds similar to the policy that candidate Obama fiercely attacked, that's because it is.
Obama's nominee for the Supreme Court will now be forced to answer questions about her views on affirmative action.
Other entertainers accomplished far more and overcame larger racial barriers — long before Jackson hit the stage.
How the president and other revisionists cut and stretch the truth.
Lighter cars built as a result of government fuel standards cost thousands of lives every year.
I just read a href=”http://www.cnbc.com/id/31610169″the verdict of 150 years /afor Bernard Madoff and all I can really think is “Why is it that someone who set up a Ponzi scheme gets more jail time than the majority of murderers?” I realize that many people were involved and yes, I would be angry if someone cheated me out of my life’s savings (though I would not give only one person all of my money to invest but that is beside the point). Is Madoff just a symbol of Wall Street greed, which in today’s society is worse than murder to so many? Is it because the people feel they trusted him and were ripped off and therefore justify any horrible thing they can think of to happen to him? Can anyone explain to me how what Madoff did is worse than murder?
A robust challenge to Obama's health care plan appears ... in the Times. Written by a Harvard professor.
What will the administration do, now that its hopes for a grand bargain with the mullahs is improbable?
If the current system is "unsustainable" how can Obama assure Americans that they can keep the insurance they have?
A new book compares the anti-Semitism that led to the notorious Dreyfus Affair in France to "Islamaphobia" in America that led to Guantanamo.
We have to face the truth: it's not just the message — it's who's delivering it.
He's got the babes and the syndication deal, but who's paying?
GOP politicos are working to galvanize public opinion against Obama’s major legislative initiatives.
I read a href=”http://www.breitbart.com/article.php?id=CNG.18ab052adf1eedf7d84a49d4e4d17883.31show_article=1″with interest a short newsbite /aabout how spending too much time online is straining Irish marriages (via a href=”http://pjmedia.com/instapundit/80904/”Instapundit/a): br /br /blockquoteToo much time spent on the Internet is causing increasing friction between couples in Ireland, a marriage counselling service said Friday. br /br /Some seven percent of couples seen by ACCORD, the Catholic Church’s marriage care service, say too much time spent in cyberspace by one partner is their main problem, according to figures for the first half of this year. br /br /John Farrelly, its director of counselling, said the problem had come virtually out of nowhere in the last three years. /blockquotebr /br /A commenter in response to the news story, I think, hit the nail, on the head, “the internet is not the disease but the symptom.” br /br /If a marriage is good, one will want to spend more time with their spouse, and perhaps if strained, will try to escape in various ways, which might include going online. Or, in my case, both spouses could spend a lot of time online and then use it to make their marriage better. Glenn and I discuss stuff online all the time and always have something fun to talk about. I have never laughed as hard at some of the things I read or had to think so much in response to some of them. So, I guess, like any hobby or vice (take your pick), it depends on how one uses it as to whether it is positive or negative. br /br /If you wonder if you are “addicted” to the internet,there are all kinds of helpful books out there– even one specifically geared towards Catholics called a href=”http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0867168048?ie=UTF8tag=wwwviolentkicomlinkCode=as2camp=1789creative=9325creativeASIN=0867168048″emBreaking Free of the Web: Catholics and Internet Addiction./em/aimg src=”http://www.assoc-amazon.com/e/ir?t=wwwviolentkicoml=as2o=1a=0867168048″ width=”1″ height=”1″ border=”0″ alt=”" style=”border:none !important; margin:0px !important;” / The title makes it sound like “addiction” to the internet is always a bad thing.. .but I think it has its place.
He was more King of Trainwreck Celebrity than he was King of Pop. (Also read Richard Fernandez on The Mother of All Media Freakshows)
Even if you believe that Kim Jong Il is too fond of women and cognac to endure the rigors of genuine nuclear war, we still have a huge problem.
Are we Victorians or Libertines? Rugged individualists or parasites? In today's America, it's hard to tell.
The Israeli prime minister has become quite adept at dancing away from political trouble over the settlements and Iran.