- My Neighbor, the Hamas Leader, by Patrick Poole. Former Hilliard, Ohio resident Saleh Sultan — whom I exposed — is now top Hamas leadership.
- The Ensuckification of Facebook Continues, by Stephen Green. Mark Zuckerberg & Co. will soon force your profile into the new Timeline format — whether you like it or not.
- Should You Take Antibiotics? By Theodore Dalrymple. One of medicine’s most reliable tools facing renewed scrutiny.
- Fort Hood Lawmaker Grills FBI Official: At What Point Is It ‘Islamic Terrorism’? By Bridget Johnson. Report notes FBI staffers who first spotted Hasan discussed the political sensitivity of interviewing Muslims who visit extremist websites.
- The Chicken and William Tell, by Richard Fernandez. Small events can awaken movements.
- What We Learned from @OWS and @ChickFilA: A Photo Essay of Left and Right Protests, by Bryan Preston. Compare and contrast.
- A Typical Day in Berkeley, by Zombie. If Berkeley didn’t exist, it would be necessary to invent it.
- Word Is Out — Romney Doesn’t Pay Taxes, by Michael Walsh. Verdict first, trial later — it’s the American Way!
- California Dem Reprimanded for ‘Threatening’ Staff to Work on Campaign, by Bridget Johnson. One disabled vet staffer said in her resignation letter, “It is sad to say that I would rather be at war in Afghanistan than work under people who are morally corrupt.”
- Sale and Strasburg: Shut Them Down or Let Them Pitch? By Rick Moran. Two young pitchers with promising futures whose value to their respective teams is greater down the road than it is in the present.
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