Barack Obama recently equated the Crusades and the Inquisition with Islamic jihad, but is there really an equivalence? Or was Obama simply repeating, to quote Napoleon, "agreed upon myths"?
NBC newsman Brian Williams said that while covering the Iraq War in 2003, he’d come under fire. Now many are calling for him to be fired. Because his story, which he has repeated more than once, is false.
In an unauthorized exercise of imagination, a nine-year-old boy said he could make a schoolmate "disappear" with a magic ring. He was then suspended for making a "terroristic threat."
Was Winston Churchill correct in saying "Islam in a man is like rabies in a dog"? Or is the faith, as Barack Obama, George W. Bush, and others have said, a religion of peace?
The Left has criticized blockbuster film American Sniper, with Michael Moore calling snipers themselves "cowards." But what do fellow soldiers say about their sniper brothers-in-arms? And what is cowardice, anyway?
The argument long applied to homosexuality — that it's okay if it's inborn — now may be applied to pedophilia. But does the argument really hold water?
Sarah Palin supported amnesty ... in so many words. Now, since our country is subject to a somewhat planned invasion that’s changing its face and involves the importation of leftist voters-to-be, I consider any pro-amnesty position a deal-breaker.
Pedophilia seems to be gaining increasing acceptance among the rich and powerful. Does this mean that it's only a matter of time before their attitude trickles down to the middle class?
Call it the Blizzard of Oz. The “Snowstorm of the Century” Monday was supposed to be historic. All we got was histrionics. It turned out that the real blustery wind was hot air — and the worst accumulation was the knee-deep nanny-state politicians who think some snow warrants a travel ban.
The United States may be producing only one-tenth as many scientists as does China, but Americans may soon excel in at least one area: “sensitivity" — as defined by modern educational overlords.