Walter Duranty meets Pim Fortuyn and Aleister Crowley in the new play by Sheryl Longin and Roger L. Simon, with a foreword by Ron Radosh.
"Subconsciously, the Germans think, if they occupy themselves with the Palestinians, they will erase the memories of Buchenwald—and look beautiful in the eyes of the world."
How the sub-prime journalism crisis is wreaking havoc with the real estate market in Wasilla, Alaska.
The left has done its job well: Norwegian reporters, for fear of being accused of Islamophobia, are now actually loath to remind readers that there is such a thing as Islamic terrorism.
Kurt Westergaard gets sent home, but a jihadist kicked out of Saudi Arabia is allowed in Oslo.
Nothing is over about 9/11, but the national consciousness pretends it is so.
Behold the bemusing readiness to betray the very best of the West in order to placate the very worst in Islam. See PJ columnist Barry Rubin for more on this story.
Not only has it lost almost one hundred people to a senseless rampage, but legitimate criticism of Islam has been profoundly discredited by association with a murderous lunatic. Also read: Can the Left Resist the Temptation to Exploit the Norway Attacks?
This sort of thing should send a chill down the spine of anyone who understands what it means for a country to be free or for a school to be public.
A growing Muslim enclave outside of the city is a hotbed of crime and Sharia.
What would Marx think? A self-admitted Communist intellectual was recently granted an “honorary salary” of roughly $70,000 per year at the expense of Norwegian taxpayers.
The recent 60 Minutes expose on Greg Mortenson, the author of the bestselling Three Cups of Tea, has prompted me to reflect on the question: why was this guy a household name and international hero?
If you’re looking for a place with a high concentration of literary eminences who can be counted on to spout incredibly fatuous political clichés in a consistently self-regarding tone, pack your mukluks and set sail for the frozen North.
Norwegian Israel-haters routinely insist that their hatred of the Jewish state is not an expression of anti-Semitism. But the record strongly suggests otherwise.
British gays need to understand that there’s no place for them in the sharia-run Britain to which millions of Muslims openly aspire. (Also read J. Christian Adams at the Tatler: "Wild animals on the loose in London.")
On March 28, that sound you hear will be the influence of the New York Times dropping like a rock.
All of Obama’s deep thinking is ultimately bogus. Just consider his constantly "evolving" stance on gay marriage.
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.
The ugly American still exists. Nowadays, however, he’s arrogant not about his country’s virtues but about his own.
The trial of Dutch MP Geert Wilders wasn’t really about him or about Islam. It was about individual liberty.
Once known as "America's foremost cultural critic," Paglia's literary output has dropped precipitously while she has failed to engage on the number one women's issue in the world: Islam's treatment of females.
I’ve now been singled out, in a report commissioned and funded by the government of Norway, as a perpetrator of Islamophobia. Am I about to be hauled into court?
The UN Climate Change Conference has the unmistakable feel of a religious gathering. (Bruce Bawer is in Copenhagen covering the conference for PJM and PJTV. See also Roger L. Simon: Climategate — Why Obama Switched His Copenhagen Itinerary and Roger Kimball: Providence Intervenes to Chastise Climate Change Fanatics and Save the World)
The kind of people who glow with pride when they hear a terrorist describe their country as a butterfly. (Bruce Bawer will be covering the UN climate change conference in Copenhagen for PJTV/PJM.)
A self-described "devout Muslim" who praised suicide bombers opens fire on brave American soldiers — and most people in the mainstream media insist there is no sign of terror.