Like a bad penny that keeps coming back, ousted Honduran president Manuel Zelaya has slipped across the border back into Honduras and is now holed up in the Brazilian embassy, thrusting that country once again into the international spotlight.
Shortly after Zelaya’s attempts at subverting the constitution in an effort to give himself expanded powers (on [...]
Glenn Beck took a rare foray into foreign policy and international relations on his TV show Thursday. He complained that President Obama postures, acting as if his entire domestic agenda must be enacted without a moment’s delay. In the meantime, the President takes his sweet time acting on matters of national security.
“May I ask you [...]
UN-InspiredBy: Jacob Laksin FrontPageMagazine.com | Thursday, September 24, 2009 “I am not naïve,” President Obama insisted yesterday, as he delivered his first speech to the United Nations General Assembly. And, indeed, some components of his remarks – including his call for sterner action to halt Iran and North Korea’s nuclear programs – were reasonable enough. But nothing more corroded the [...]
Tuesday night on Countdown, Lawrence O’Donnell, substituted for Keith Olbermann and he did his best to live up to the low intellectual and moral standards of the regular host.
O’Donnell, who styles himself as a more sophisticated and honest lefty, willing to take on his own side and occasionally praise the other side, engaged in juvenile [...]
From ElSe on my post about Bill Maher’s Sugar Stalinism:
I’m not sure that you’ve got right the idea of Stalinism, David. When one reads Solzhenitsyn’s memoires (or any memoires of the Stalin’s survivors, in that matter) one clearly sees that Stalin’s meat-grinder wasn’t meant to reshape the society or have had any particular targets , [...]
Collaborators in the War Against the Jews: Norman FinkelsteinBy: John Perazzo FrontPageMagazine.com | Thursday, September 24, 2009 Norman Finkelstein’s luck was to be born (in 1953) to parents who had survived the Holocaust. With audacious perversity, Finkelstein has drawn upon this birthright in legitimating the anti-Semitism that he has perfected into something like a nightclub routine [...]
Obama’s U.N. Speech and IsraelBy: Joseph Klein FrontPageMagazine.com | Thursday, September 24, 2009 President Obama delivered his long-awaited speech to the United Nations General Assembly yesterday, Wednesday, September 23rd. The address was entitled “Responsibility for our Common Future”. He claimed major accomplishments in fighting al-Qaeda, dealing with climate change, working for peace in the Middle East, moving [...]
A Bomb in Every IssueBy: Jamie Glazov FrontPageMagazine.com | Thursday, September 24, 2009 Frontpage Interview’s guest today is Peter Richardson, the editorial director at PoliPointPress, lecturer in the humanities department at San Francisco State University, chair of the California Studies Association, and author of American Prophet: The Life and Work of Carey McWilliams (University of Michigan, 2005). His new book is A Bomb in [...]
Still Handling Homeland Security With a 9/10 AttitudeBy: Michelle Malkin FrontPageMagazine.com | Thursday, September 24, 2009 Terror suspect Najibullah Zazi has done us all a favor. But is it enough to rouse a nation in permanent snooze-button mode? The arrest of Zazi, a Colorado-based Afghan airport shuttle driver who counterterrorism officials believe may have been plotting [...]