Why I Read the New York Times

by Bruce S. Thornton FronpageMagazine.com I get a lot of ragging from my fellow conservatives for reading The New York Times every day. But as I tell them, you have to know how the other side thinks. 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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Back to the Pre-American World

by Victor Davis Hanson Tribune Media Services Is America’s preeminent world role over? That’s what a recent New Yorker essay, based on interviews with presidential advisers, claimed. It characterized the new Obama foreign-relations style as “leading from behind” — given the supposed inevitable American decline and growing unpopularity. Share This

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The World Turned Upside Down–Again

by Victor Davis Hanson National Review Online Every once in a while, the world is turned upside down in just a few years, whether by ideological ferment or force of arms. Share This

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