Archive for December, 2006

Christmas Fun

Friday, December 8th, 2006

ISG: Model UN for Old Folks

Friday, December 8th, 2006

James Baker, Lee Hamilton and company head back into the classroom to resume study hall. Thanks, HR, for pointing out this great analogy between the Iraq Study Group and high-school, Model UN play sessions: After thinking about it a few days, though, it occurred to me what the ISG reminds me of: the Model UN […]

A Tale of Two Wars

Friday, December 8th, 2006

From Cox and Forkum.

Our Kind of Protest

Thursday, December 7th, 2006

Miss Georgia — a bikini done right! Back in October, we wrote about this misogynistic rant by Australia’s top Islamic leader, Sheikh Taj Din Al Hilaly, in which he compared “uncovered women” to “meat” and blamed them for rape. Well, it seems that some Australians have had enough of the Sheikh’s women-hating tripe and are […]

To Hell with Iran and Syria, take II

Wednesday, December 6th, 2006

Last week we advised “To hell with Iran and Syria” with respect to the upcoming recommendations of the august Iraq Study Group. The report is now available, and our opinions are unchanged. Paul at has read the executive summary of the Iraq Study Group report and has this to say about it. According to […]

Somalia Muslims Gone Wild!

Wednesday, December 6th, 2006

Here’s the latest video from the series Muslims Gone Wild! Somalia Town Threatens to Behead People Who Don’t Pray 5 Times Daily Shops, tea houses and other public places in Bulo Burto, about 124 miles northeast of the capital, Mogadishu, should be closed during prayer time and no one should be on the streets, said […]

Jimmy Carter — Embarrasing Lunatic

Wednesday, December 6th, 2006

(Hat tip: powerlineblog) Professor Kenneth Stein of Emory University — an expert “in the history of the Arab-Israeli conflict” — has terminated his long-standing relationship with the Carter Center over Jimmy Carter’s new book. How much more pathetic can Jimmy Carter get? Here’s Professor Stein’s letter. This note is to inform you that yesterday, I […]