Enough with the hand-wringing — the world’s largest Arab country just gave the finger to its authoritarian, Islamist regime. I fail to see the downside. Advertisements
The worst-case scenario is unfolding in Egypt, where the Muslim Brotherhood has broken its pledge not to seek the presidency. Since the ouster of Mr. Mubarak, however, many younger and … 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 who supports his prostitute girlfriend when she aborts her first … 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 Middle East region,” Bachmann said. “When Mubarak was in trouble, … 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 increasing number of Americans have adopted the “opposite” theory when … 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 and ruthlessness. And it was Egyptians that defeated him — … 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 responsible for the protests demanding his ouster. Clearly chaos is … 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 to the American public what they know, and surely they … Continue Reading The Oakland of political figures