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America as Pill Bug

Closing out embassies was prudent in the short term. But what message does it send? by Victor Davis Hanson // National Review Online We’ve all run across the pill bug in our gardens. At the first sign of danger, the tiny paranoid crustacean suddenly turns into a ball — in hopes the danger will have passed …

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The Rape of Christopher Stevens

by Raymond Ibrahim Frontpage Magazine By obsessing over the 14-minute YouTube Muhammad video and its maker, the mainstream media ultimately exonerates the inexcusable and murderous response of the Islamic world. Share This

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Storming Embassies, Killing Ambassadors, and ‘Smart’ Diplomacy

by Victor Davis Hanson National Review Online The attacks on the US embassy yesterday in Cairo and the storming of the American consulate in Libya, where the US ambassador was murdered along with three staff members — and the initial official American reaction to the mayhem — are all reprehensible, each in their own way. …

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Iran on the Brink

by Bruce S. Thornton Defining Ideas Just in the last few months, events have hastened to a crisis in Iran’s long confrontation with the West. Share This

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Despicable Israel Libels on Display in California Universities

by Bruce S. Thornton FrontPage Magazine The moral and intellectual corruption of American universities has recently manifested itself in the California State University system, the largest in the country. Share This

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