Last US Combat Troops Leave Iraq

by Chana Ya’ar The last American troops pulled out of Iraq Thursday, seven years after U.S. President George W. Bush launched the War on Terror in response to the Al-Qaeda terror attack on New York’s World Trade Center and the Pentagon. The soldiers of the 4th Stryker Brigade, 2nd Infantry Division crossed into Kuwait in […]

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Pollard Day at the Malls and Intersections

by Hillel Fendel One thousand young idealists, the vast majority of whom were not born when Jonathan Pollard began his prison sentence, are out on the streets and in the shopping malls today, trying yet again to arouse awareness of Pollard’s plight. Just days before the summer vacation ends, the youths are standing at intersections […]

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The Radical Professors and Left-Wing Extremists of JournoList

Reporters, editors, joined by anti-conservative voices on e-mail listserv. By Nathan Burchfiel Culture and Media Institute August 10, 2010 JournoList founder Ezra Klein characterized the members of his listserv as merely “center to left of center.” While plenty of reports have highlighted what working journalists and others said on the listserv itself, further review of […]

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CAIR Becomes a Political Hot Potato

by David J. Rusin  •  Aug 6, 2010 at 12:31 pm In a saner world, the terrorist ties and Islamist agenda of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) would render it politically untouchable, with candidates for office shunning the organization and chastising those rare opponents who back it. Controversies from two ongoing election campaigns offer […]

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The Ground Zero Mosque Should Be Stopped

Posted by The Directors If you read no further, know this: RedState supports the Anti-Defamation League in its opposition to the so-called “Ground Zero mosque.” The ADL is right on all counts: in its rejection of bigotry, its affirmation of American religious freedom, and its declaration that common decency demands the end of this effort. […]

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Operation Desert Storm Plus 20

by Daniel Pipes August 2, 2010 It was twenty years ago on this day, that Saddam Hussein invaded Kuwait, initiating a crisis that lasted half a year and beginning the slow turn of events that led eventually to his own overthrow and execution, followed by the American-led occupation. While immensely important in the history of […]

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CA may weaken limited-English-proficiency (LEP) requirements

Tell the CA Assembly to vote NO on SB 930!  Tomorrow, the California State Assembly’s Appropriations Committee will hold a hearing to consider SB 930, a bill that will weaken limited-English-proficiency (LEP) requirements under the Public School Performance Accountability Program. Currently, students who have limited English skills have one year to take the CA standardized test […]

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