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#44 Way to Exasperate a Liberal: Call the Crusades “Entirely Reasonable”

Conservative author James Delingpole must not have been hugged enough as a child, because he is seeking attention in the most negative of ways, trying with some success to annoy liberal-minded people. His book, 365 Ways to Drive a Liberal Crazy, contains a real doozy at #54:

#54: Defend the Crusades

…as an entirely [...]

Coronating Lionheart

Violence took place 821 years ago today should remind us that those who launch attacks against Muslims are likely to enjoy violence against Jews as well. [...]

Bush Administration: We Can Order Massacres of Civilians. Obama Administration: There’s Nothing to See Here, Move Along

It’s been known for some time that the presidential administration of George W. Bush brought on lawyer John Yoo in order to write legal justifications for the U.S. Government to torture people it had detained. It’s less widely-observed but also known that John Yoo articulated the power of the President to nullify freedom of speech [...]

No, I Haven’t Said a Little Prayer for Virginia Tech Victims

“I don’t think there is an American who hasn’t stopped today and said a little prayer for the victims of the Virginia Tech shootings.” — Charles Gibson during the Clinton-Obama debate of April 16, 2008

Well, you might think so, Mr. Gibson. But you’d be wrong. Not every American says prayers. I don’t, and even [...]