Monthly Archives: April 2013

What Americans ‘Believe’

Here’s the Guardian in full “wacky Americans” mode: About one in four Americans suspect that President Barack Obama might be the antichrist, more than a third believe that global warming is a hoax and more than half suspect that a … Continue reading

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Islamophobia, Sam Harris and Glenn Greenwald

One of the more maddening aspects of modern discourse is the attempt to interject the concept of racism into internecine ideological conflicts where it really isn’t appropriate. For example, some anti-Zionists label Zionism racism, and the state of Israel a … Continue reading

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That “stomp on Jesus” episode: Not quite as advertised

Oh, what outrage some of our grievance-collecting friends managed to work up over the story of the Florida Atlantic professor who had asked students to write the name “Jesus” on a slip of paper and step on it. John Hawkins … Continue reading

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