End States Who Sponsor Terrorism

End States Who Sponsor Terrorism

Fifty years of increasing American appeasement in the Mideast have led to fifty years of increasing contempt in the Muslim world for the U.S. The climax was September 11, 2001.

Criticizing Islam and Free Speech

Criticizing Islam and Free Speech

Lynch, who is the Attorney General of the United States, is advancing the idea that not merely actions, but thoughts, ideas and feelings can and must be against the law, and are worthy of prosecution.

A New Yorker Remembers the World Trade Center

A New Yorker Remembers the World Trade Center

As I quickly walked away, I did not want to look back at its towers, battered and bearing the scars of its evil attackers. I do not want to remember the WTC burning or falling, for that was not its essence.

9/11: Ten Years Later, America is Killing Itself

Today marks the tenth anniversary of the attack on the United States known as 9/11. A decade later, America is not at war with an external enemy as much as it is with itself. We live in a mixed economy, or a mixed social system. This means we are...

September 11th: Where Have Our Leaders Gone Wrong?

Our leaders have failed to answer the evil moral ideal of Islamic totalitarianism with a rational ideal of our own. Five years into our "war on terror," the Iraqi insurgency is raging, with no apparent end to the new recruits eager to wage jihad...

September 11th: Five Years Later

It is now five years since September 11, 2001--and since that horrific day we have witnessed numerous additional attacks by Islamic terrorists against the West. In the face of a seemingly never-ending supply of suicidal killers, many still do not...

Letters to the Editor: September 2005

United Nation Reforms Worse Than Doing Nothing September 21, 2005 To the editor; Mr. Journo's cogent article (The UN's "Virtue" Is Its Vice) hit the nail right on the head: what is wrong with the UN is not economic corruption, improperly orgainzed...

9/10 vs. 9/12 on 11/2

"I can wage a better war on terror than George Bush has." So speaks Senator Kerry in the U.S. presidential campaign's final days, again reminding voters that the key issue in this race remains as it was a year earlier - deciding which candidate...

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