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How the Media Whitewashes Muslim Persecution of Christians

by Raymond Ibrahim The Gatestone Institute When it comes to Muslim persecution of Christians, the mainstream media (MSM) has a long paper trail of obfuscating; while they eventually do state the bare-bone facts — if they ever report on a story in the first place, which is rare — they do so after creating and …

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Fidelity and the Presidency

by Victor Davis Hanson Tribune Media Services The news media seem obsessed with the serial affairs of a younger Newt Gingrich back in the last century. Share This

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The President Who Never Was

by Victor Davis Hanson PJ Media A Teen-age President in Search of an Adult Identity Barack Obama keeps looking for a presidential identity not his own [1]. In 2008, he wished to be JFK—whom he often referenced as a youthful and charismatic figure supposedly similar to himself. Share This

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The True Significance of Herman Cain’s Sexual Harassment Troubles

by Bruce S. Thornton FrontPage Magazine We can’t say much about the veracity of the sexual harassment complaints leveled against Herman Cain 15 years ago, given the lack of specific detail or even the names of the accusers. Share This

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Cain Lost in the Labyrinth

by Victor Davis Hanson National Review Online ‘Abandon All Hope, Ye Who Enter Here,” is the placard that Herman Cain must have read last week when he descended into the Sexual Harassment Inferno, from which he has not yet emerged. Share This

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Obama’s Empty Apologetics

by Victor Davis Hanson National Review Online At any time in the 2,500-year history of Western diplomacy, has a head of state been advised by his host not to apologize for a long-ago act? I cannot think offhand of any instance until, apparently, two years ago. Share This

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Appeasing Jihadists

A policy of guilt and flattery will not temper terrorists. by Bruce S. Thornton Defining Ideas In 1937, the London Times editor Geoffrey Dawson wrote to his correspondent in Geneva, “I do my best, night after night, to keep out of the paper anything that might hurt [German] susceptibilities . . . . I have always been …

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Our Libyan March Madness

by Victor Davis Hanson National Review Online The prognosis for Libya might be better if our president cared more about it than about the NCAA. Share This

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Pruning Farm Subsidies

by Victor Davis Hanson Tribune Media Services In times of massive deficits, why are we borrowing millions to subsidize profitable agribusiness? Lots of presidents have asked that question. George H. W. Bush tried to cut farm subsidies. Bill Clinton did, too. George W. Bush wanted them ended as well. All failed. Share This

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