Archive | August, 2010

Inter-faith “reconciliation” at Ground Zero: A sincerity test for Imam Rauf

  A New York City community leader has an interesting (albeit naïve) idea that’s never going to happen, but it could spark some illuminating dialogue in the Ground Zero Mosque controversy. Julie Menin, chair of the city’s community board has suggested that the embattled $100 million, 13-story Islamic “cultural center” be “transformed into an inter-faith center […]

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Overcoming dishonor

One day after hundreds of thousands gathered beneath the long shadows of Abraham Lincoln and Martin Luther King at the National Mall and resolved to restore America’s honor, Dr. Zero  points out that the restoration journey will only succeed if we rebuke those things that dishonor us. I have excerpted his closing paragraphs below, but it is all a must-read. You can find it […]

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The inexorable spread of despair

H/T The Truth.  It’s chilling to watch economic darkness advance across the map like a medieval epidemic — a graphic representation of an economy most definitely not stimulated by President Obama’s  wasteful and expensive snake oil. When will the clowns in Washington wake up and realize that they are putting the brakes on economic growth by interfering in the private […]

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Since when is dissent a firing offense?

More craziness from those who insist that anyone who disagrees with President Obama is racist.  This is the logic behind it, as far as I’m able to figure: Obama is the first president in history to have detractors. And Obama is the first black president, too. So he only has detractors because he’s black.  I […]

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Is John Brennan only nice to terrorists?

  Wow, look at John Brennan in these videos from the Washington Times (at the end of this post). He’s having honest-to-goodness Clintonesque purple fit. I wonder what set Obama’s top counterterrorism advisor off like that? Could it be that he was offended because the Times’ editorial writers disagreed with his characterization of Jihad as a “legitimate tenet of Islam” […]

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Beck’s Lincoln Memorial rally inspires insight, memories

Lloyd Marcus offers his perspective on Glenn Beck’s upcoming Restoring Honor rally as a self-avowed “(black) unhyphenated American!” Here are some excerpts, or you can read it all here. I am a black American who wishes to thank brother Beck for honoring Dr. King in such a powerful way. Beck’s “Restoring Honor” rally is linking the restoration of our great […]

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