The unilateral push for Palestinian statehood may play a role.
This popular post was first published on January 31 here. (Be sure and see the shocking apologetics from Chomsky defenders in the comments.) Whenever there is talk of an “open letter” circulating among academics, you can be sure the issue is serious enough to involve some aspect of U.S. foreign policy, usually Israel. (Remember the [...]
Whenever there is talk of an “open letter” circulating among academics, you can be sure the issue is serious enough to involve some aspect of U.S. foreign policy, usually Israel. (Remember the push for “divestment”?) And in that case it’s safe to assume that the vile creature from M.I.T. has been roused from his reptilian [...]
This was the run-up to the Iraq War—its planning, execution, and escalation. These years also just so happened to coincide with an era of extended dementia, an orgy of the most vile, childish, callous work of the activist Left, a time when violent radical rhetoric reached its most rabid masturbatory peak.
The recent coalition between Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki and an anti-American Shia radical group signals two things in the briar patch of Iraqi politics: The first is that nascent infighting among those same Shia could arrest the progress of Iraqi stability and pave the way for more Iranian influence. The second is the possibility [...]
It’s the end of the week, which means it’s time to assess the latest Americans-are-bigots story in The New York Times. This time around, The Gray Hag ran an article entitled “Muslims Report Rising Discrimination at Work.” The article explains: “[A] record number of Muslim workers are complaining of employment discrimination, from co-workers calling them [...]