As Islam makes its bloody transition to modernity, the West does well to remember its own. (Click here for Roger L. Simon's reply to Salim's original letter.)
In Libya now, just as in Egypt one month ago, protesters are using the Star of David as a symbol of hatred and contempt.
When I learned that liquor can be sold in Louisiana all day and night, I was stunned. But then, I've lived in Norway so long that I’ve forgotten what it’s like to live like an adult.
LAPD cops were asked to pick up picket signs and march alongside a bunch of leftist kooks and government bureaucrats to show encouragement to Wisconsin’s public sector workers.
From Algeria to Iraq, the Muslim Brotherhood is well-positioned.
According to an inside source, the military collaborations between Iran's Revolutionary Guards and the Gaddafi government date back to 2006.
Will the wave of change sweeping the Middle East spread to the Far East and hasten political reform in the world’s largest unelected dictatorship?
Right from the start, when its dedication to the memory of Howard Zinn flashes on the screen, a new Spanish celluloid import wears its anti-capitalism on its sleeve.
What amazes me more than the arguments for and against prostitution is the absurdity of Senator Reid’s particular argument.
If it's good advice for Mubarak, why not for you?
A wealth of evidence points to an inescapable conclusion.
Advocates of "speech codes" on campus suffer from an excess of hubris if they believe that stopping "hate speech" leads to an elimination of hate.
Despite evidence from our own State Department to the contrary, why does Obama think that this organization would be a positive player in forming the new Egyptian government?
Things on the peninsula are getting ever more dire, and we know the president won't act with any urgency.
They're just in time to beat our adolescent president in 2012.
It hasn't made much noise worldwide, but Iran's rapidly deteriorating relationships with several African countries is huge news across the continent.
The "Regulations from the Executive in Need of Scrutiny" Act could put the kibosh on the EPA’s greenhouse regulatory surge.
We are creatures of history even as we make history. (Click here for Roger L. Simon's reply to Salim's original letter.)
From FDR to Reagan, history suggests the answer is yes.
Those who claim to support legal immigration are often shown to be in favor of drastically restricting legal entrance by immigrants to the U.S.
Like a hammer that sees every problem as a nail, many politicians think the solution to every problem is legislation that erodes our liberties.
Says Arizona Sheriff Paul Babeu: "We're expecting a conflict. I absolutely believe you're going to see that happen in the next 30 to 60 days."
Fueled by propaganda, the campus push is pernicious, contagious, and wrong.
James Madison would shudder at the goings-on in his namesake town.