Islamists Play Shell Games with Security

by David J. Rusin  •  Feb 23, 2010 at 9:16 am Despite the countless terror attacks perpetrated by their co-religionists, some Muslims still have the chutzpah to demand that security protocols conform to supposed Islamic sensitivities. But like a typical shell game, every time we think we know which procedures they grudgingly will tolerate, we […]

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The Leader

Posted by Erick Erickson Many, many reporters have asked me who the leader of the conservative movement is right now or who the leader of the tea party movement is. They rarely report the answer, though they should be paying attention to it. In the CPAC straw poll, one name dominated the pack. With the […]

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Why the jobs aren’t coming back

Posted by Erick Erickson The Politico has an interesting story about Toyota up. It seems the company does not much care for this administration. Internal Toyota documents derided the Obama administration and Democratic Congress as “activist” and “not industry friendly,” a revelation that comes days before the giant automaker’s top executives testify on Capitol Hill […]

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Romney to Obama: Stop Blaming Others for Failure

By Fred Lucas, Staff Writer Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney ( Starr) Washington ( – Saying that America is not better off than it was $1.8 trillion ago, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney said President Obama should stop blaming his predecessor and the American people for high unemployment and growing deficit and failure of the […]

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Double Standards? Nato’s Afghan Errors

Why are Afghan civilian casualties “accidents” but Palestinian civilian casualties are “war crimes”? Nato and Afghan government forces have recently launched the largest military operation against the Taliban since the beginning of the conflict in Afghanistan in 2001. Like the IDF during Operation Cast Lead, US and British troops face an enemy that cares little for […]

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Bibi Discusses Middle East in Moscow

The Middle East peace process was the main topic of discussion during a meeting in Moscow between Benjamin Netanyahu and Dmitry Medvedev. The Israeli prime minister and the Russian president met Monday as part of Netanyahu’s first official visit to Russia. “Israel is more than just a partner in the ordinary sense for us, but […]

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