Enough with the hand-wringing — the world’s largest Arab country just gave the finger to its authoritarian, Islamist regime. I fail … Continue reading In Egypt, a blow to theocracy, not democracy
The worst-case scenario is unfolding in Egypt, where the Muslim Brotherhood has broken its pledge not to seek the presidency. … Continue reading Fundamentalists never tolerate moderation
Disgraced author James Frey, in a new tome chronicling the Second Coming of Christ, depicts the Messiah as “an active bisexual … Continue reading Good thing James Frey isn’t writing about Muhammad
“He wasn’t perfect, but [former Egyptian President Hosni] Mubarak was one of the best friends that we had in the … Continue reading Bachmann’s pro-dictator policy
Remember that “Seinfeld” episode when George’s luck turned after he decided to act contrary to his normal instincts? Seems an … Continue reading George Costanza and the Muslim Brotherhood
A dictator has been deposed. This is good news. It wasn’t a conspiracy that brought down Mubarak. It was greed … Continue reading Can conservatives bring themselves to cheer Mubarak’s resignation?
Mubarak might as well have pulled a Glenn Beck and claimed Bill Ayers and his merry band of Bolsheviks were … Continue reading Mubarak baits the protesters
Any idea what Sarah Palin is criticizing, or suggesting, regarding the civil unrest in Egypt? And nobody yet has explained … Continue reading The Oakland of political figures