November 2007

But Isn't The West The Bad Guy?

uthor Christopher Hitchens is first slammed by a marginally young peacenik, whom one presumes doesn't believe that blood should be shed for oil, and then by a well-spoken elderly gentleman who claims to be a Marxist. Hitchens swings back in typical fashion, not missing a beat, quickly dismissing the notion that the West is the bad guy in this struggle against Islam. Funny stuff in a sad way. Here, Chris Hitchens mops up spilt milk by telling the elderly gent Marxist where to get off the Hitchens' train. Below are a few quotes from Hitchens for your investigation.

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Obama's Mysterious Religious Convictions

onest minds want to know, and we have little to offer but a bit of light reporting by the Washington Post. Read it all. But in savoring the PR of the man who seems to feel peculiarly qualified to lead America in these treacherous times solely because he has smelled the stench of poverty in his own family, and by virtue of mixed race, can solve America's racial puzzle, I suggest we look closer at the man and not so much at the tailored suit he's wearing. Let's step back. I watched Obama's breathtaking speech at the '04 National Democratic...


Talkin' Those Meltdown Crusades Blues

AWN. NINETY-FIVE PERCENT of the people must be genetically inclined to be wrong 95% of the time, I suppose. But do they all have to be so obvious in their flip to skullduggery? Or put more politely another way: An' here again I sit so patientlywaiting to find out what price youhave to pay to get out of going throughall these [damned] things twice. Take a gander at the soggy mush of radio personality and high-ranking dhimmi—Garrison Keillor—as he frolics through the dandelion fields of gross dhimmitude along with a gentle rejection of said mush by meat-chewing, fact-resolving, hard-working author...


Bloody, Brutal, And Newsworthy: Allah's Messengers

EAD THE FOLLOWING, AND DO not be confused. This sort of activity is not unusual in parts of the world ruled by Islamicists. The question is: should we not be at war or at word, against them? But you won't hear about this slaughterhouse army of thugs busy bloodying the planet of peace in the name of God via the mainstream media representing the West. Why not? Crucifixion: "The punishment of those who wage war against Allah and His Messenger, and strive with might and main for mischief through the land is: execution, or crucifixion, or the cutting off of...


Trouble In Annapolis

hat would you do if your foreign policy agenda had these priorities: 1. Get Arab and European support for solving the Iraq crisis.2. Mobilize Arab and European forces against a threat led by Iran and its allies, Syria, Hamas, and Hizballah.3. Get Iran to stop its campaign to get nuclear weapons.4. Reestablish American credibility toward friends and deterrence toward enemies.5. Reduce the level of Israel-Palestinian conflict. That pretty much describes the U.S. framework for dealing with the Middle East nowadays. The Annapolis conference is not going to contribute to these goals. The most likely outcome is either failure or a...