Another Blow to Democracy in Venezuela

Making him the latest in a long list of Venezuelan politicians denied the ability to challenge Hugo Chavez, Leopoldo López, the former mayor of Chacao, had his presidential hopes dashed this week when the Venezuelan Supreme Court ruled that he cannot hold a public office until after 2014 due to pending corruption charges against him […]

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John Dewey and the Progressive Redefinition of Freedom

Today is John Dewey’s birthday, and though it’s been almost 50 years since this major Progressive figure passed away, thoughtful conservatives should acquaint themselves with his writings, since they had a profound impact on our society. Dewey, who is best known for his work on education’s role in democracy, wrote extensively on numerous topics, including […]

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Forget the Facts. Reid Says Private-Sector Employment Is ‘Just Fine’

Apparently unemployment is not much of a problem in the private sector. At least Senator Harry Reid (D–NV) thinks so. Debating the Senate’s proposed $35 billion bailout for state and local governments, Reid argued, “It’s very clear that private sector jobs have been doing just fine. It’s the public sector jobs where we’ve lost huge […]

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Liberals Reveal Their Hate: ‘Jewish Conspiracy’ Alleged in ‘Occupy Wall Street’ (VIDEO)

The ”Jewish Conspiracy” theme is becoming more popular in the Occupy Wall Street protests. YouTube video: Almost all judges are Jewish. Warning: Video depicts discriminatory remarks by a racist [youtube WLSvK2eIoBs nolink] “The people who run Wall Street are guilty of crimes against humanity,” stated a black American protester. “A small ethnic group consists of…almost […]

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Israeli High Court: Why Check Muslims More Thoroughly at Airport?

The judges of the High Court for Justice repeatedly asked the State’s representatives in a hearing Wednesday why Arabs are checked more thoroughly at Ben Gurion Airport than non-Arabs. The State representatives failed to answer the question in a way that satisfied the judges. The State’s attorneys told the court that 0.5% of the country’s […]

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Arab League to Debate Suspending Syria

Arab foreign ministers are slated to discuss suspending Syria’s membership in the Arab League at an emergency meeting due to be held in Cairo on Sunday, Egypt’s semi-official newspaper Al Ahram reported. The report, quoting diplomatic sources, said ministers may also consider the possibility of recognizing the newly-formed opposition Syrian National Council. Sunday’s meeting is […]

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