Tunisian Election and the Read to Caliphate

by Raymond Ibrahim Jihad Watch Tunisia, where the 2011 Arab uprisings began, remains an ominous model for where these uprisings will end. Share This

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What’s Off the Table in 2012?

by Victor Davis Hanson Tribune Media Services What should we not expect during next summer’s presidential campaign, given what was put off limits in 2008 and later? Share This

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Our Ten-Trillion-Dollar Man

by Victor Davis Hanson PJ Media Borrowing Is No Longer Stimulus? The Congressional Budget Office not long ago forecast that Barack Obama’s $1 trillion-plus annual deficits — scheduled over the next decade — would result in almost another $10 trillion in aggregate debt. Share This

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Rules for Killing Rogues

by Victor Davis Hanson Tribune Media Services The welcome end of Osama bin Laden at the hands of helicopter-borne American military commandos raises a number of issues. Share This

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Bin Laden Fallout

by Victor Davis Hanson NRO’s The Corner I think there will be repercussions from the hit, and most of them will turn out to be good in terms of the War on Terror. Share This

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Dreamland, USA

by Victor Davis Hanson Tribune Media Services Barack Obama just gave a belated but stern warning about escalating debt — a few weeks after he presented a 2011 budget with a $1.6 trillion annual deficit, the largest shortfall in American history. Share This

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America Through the Looking Glass

by Victor Davis Hanson PJ Media President Obama yesterday praised Brazil for its new offshore oil industry and said he wants to buy as much oil as possible in this new win-win partnership — although we have piled up $5 trillion in new debt, curtailed new petroleum exploration off shore and in the West, as …

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President Hamlet

by Victor Davis Hanson Tribune Media Services More than 400 years ago, William Shakespeare wrote a riveting tragedy about a young, charismatic Danish prince who vowed to do the right thing in avenging his murdered father. That soon proved easier said than done. As a result, Hamlet couldn’t quite ever act in time — given …

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