Archive for: March 8, 2008

March 8, 2008

The Regulators and You

As a few of my readers already know, I, along with about 25 other concerned Americans, have filed a federal lawsuit in an effort to upend some of the government corruption in the state of Washington. We didn’t enter into …

WaPo Editor: ‘I Want More Muslim Journalists’

Filed under: Academia, Media & Hollywood,What The F@#K?!? - 08 Mar 2008

Philip Bennett, the Washington Post’s managing editor, paid a visit to the University of California, Irvine for a little chat earlier this week. During his comments on the subject of religion and politics, Bennett claimed that the MSM should hire …

The Sordidness of Liberal-Progressivism

Reading Anthony Daniels’s At the Forest’s Edge in the New Criterion website, one is reminded of the superficiality of the liberal-progressive philosophical foundation. Mr. Daniels ruminates about the analyses of modernity expressed by Sigmund Freud in Civilization and Its …

The Forgotten War in Somalia

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy - 08 Mar 2008

Somalia has lacked a functioning central government since 1991. In December 2006, the Ethiopian military intervened in Somalia to support Somalia’s transitional government, opening what many considered a window of opportunity to rebuild the country and restore effective governance.

Dealing with a Resurgent Russia

On Sunday, March 2, Russian voters went to the polls and overwhelmingly elected First Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev to succeed Vladimir Putin as president of Russia. Of course, the election was a farce by western standards. Medvedev was handpicked …