How Taqiyya Alters Islam’s Rules of War: Defeating Jihadist Terrorism
by Raymond Ibrahim Middle East Quarterly (Winter 2010) Islam must seem a paradoxical religion to non-Muslims. On the one hand, it is constantly being portrayed as the religion of peace; on the other, its adherents are responsible for the majority of terror attacks around the world. Share This
Our Populist President?
by Victor Davis Hanson NRO’s The Corner Obama and Populism I could believe President Obama’s postmortem take that the same populist sentiment that propelled Scott Brown to office also earlier sent him to the White House — if we saw fresh liberal Democrats winning seats in places like Alabama against entrenched Washington Republican insiders. But I …
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God and the Godless
by Victor Davis Hanson PJ Media Says It All 1) a new poll revealing a vast majority of investors see Obama as anti-business 2) Obama declaiming on what he has done and what he will do to create jobs 3) After a year Obama still has not yet figured out that his promiscuous talk of …
Why the Great and Growing Backlash?
What Scott Brown’s election portends for the Obama Agenda by Victor Davis Hanson National Review Online Dream up a gargantuan backlash against Barack Obama’s left-wing gospel, and you still could not invent the notion of a relatively unknown, conservative Scott Brown knocking off an Obama-endorsed, liberal, female attorney in liberal Massachusetts — in a race …