Frontpage editor’s new blog talk radio program hosts Andrew Klavan, Nonie Darwish and Robert Spencer.
From FrontPage Magazine yesterday:
[This article is reprinted from the National Observer.]
One of the great unresolved questions of recent history is why so many members of the Western left have become so besotted with, and apologetic for, ruthless totalitarian regimes. There have always been Western leftists who have idolised brutal regimes — be it the Soviet Union, [...]
Tuesday we received the following comment from Anita Casavantes Bradford, a graduate student at UC San Diego, in response to Jumanah Imad Albahri’s admission that she supported the extermination of the Jewish people:
This girl is actually my student; I know her to be an intelligent, moral young woman who believes in peace. I do [...]
One the key tricks writers use is to type the words that are in their heads, or sometimes coming out of their mouths. This makes today’s post for me exceptionally difficult, because if I printed the litany of four-letter words that just came out of my mouth after reading Jamie Glazov’s article, I’d be fired.
Today, FrontPage Magazine published a must read article written by Barbara Kay.
The subject of the piece is FPM’s managing editor Jamie Glazov’s father, Yuri. Yuri Glazov was an outspoken critic of the Soviet regime. After signing the infamous “letter of the twelve,” the regime had enough and declared war on him. They trumped up some drugs [...]
Editor’s Note: See Ryan Mauro’s post on Rielle Hunter here.
Devouring Remembering a Dissident, FrontPage Editor Jamie Glazov’s long-awaited tribute to his father, I came face to face with the insane thirst for power that drove Joseph Stalin and I began to understand something about male psychology. It also explains why I have stayed married to [...]