Giving Thanks for a Daughter — And a Band of Brothers

Early Thanksgiving morning, November 22, 2007

This morning, NRO ran a symposium asking its contributors what they’re thankful for culturally or politically even in this disappointing year.  My contribution is below: [Read more...]

Maintaining Clarity in the Debate Over Gaza Tactics

If the past is any guide, increased conflict in Gaza will be accompanied by international demands for Israeli restraint, frivolous accusations of Israeli war crimes, and perhaps even complaints to the International Criminal Court. Before the outcry even has a chance to build, it’s important to remember how the Law of Armed Conflict (LOAC) actually applies to Gaza.   [Read more...]

Funny Tee Shirt

I came across and laughed.  I have no idea if it’s a real shirt, but I wanted to share:

The Military Has An Infidelity Problem

As the Petraeus affair now degenerates into near-farce (but with perhaps fatal consequences — with a series of now-notorious debacles in Afghanistan and Libya, it raises questions as to whether our soldiers are being led effectively when their leaders are living through romantic plots fit for Jerry Springer), it highlights the military’s significant infidelity problem. [Read more...]

Progressive Evangelicals’ Epic Fail

The election news last week wasn’t all bad. Last Tuesday represented the total failure of a multi-year leftist effort to move Evangelical voters left.  [Read more...]


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