"I think (doing) nothing would have been better": McClatchy
Too little in return: LA Times
The equivalent of leeches and bleeding: NYT (Brooks)
GOP threatens legal action over Census oversight: GovExec
Madness, thy name is 'stimulus': AT (Candace)
Bum's rush: Surber
Sully's "Total Political War": Fausta
What I learned from the 20th century: TransPhoenix
Henrietta Hughes and the entitlement culture: Riehl
Friday the 13th: Crittenden
Reagan & Obama debate: Anchoress
The Census: Ace o' Spades
Feinstein blows OPSEC (I suggest 20 years in Leavenworth): ChiTrib
The looting of America: Daily Gut
You Don't Say: Pelosi Worried About Murtha Corruption Probe: LawHawk
CBO: Obama Stimulus harmful over long haul: Times
No way to make public policy: IBD
Boulder CO students say no to Marxism: Slapstick
H-1B visa fraud spurs arrests nationwide: BW
Here's what they're spending your money on: Corner
Are you still a moderate if you behead your wife?: Gateway
$3T more in debt: don't count on foreigners to pay: Yahoo!
Attention Florida voters: did you vote for Gary Ackerman?: JTA
Now they tell us: Iran's getting a bomb!: TigerHawk
Wilders: the speech he didn't give -- "Freedom must prevail": Atlas
The Houses of Parliament is where Winston Churchill stood firm, and warned – all throughout the 1930’s – for the dangers looming. Most of the time he stood alone.
In 1982 President Reagan came to the House of Commons, where he did a speech very few people liked. Reagan called upon the West to reject communism and defend freedom. He introduced a phrase: ‘evil empire’. Reagan’s speech stands out as a clarion call to preserve our liberties. I quote: If history teaches anything, it teaches self-delusion in the face of unpleasant facts is folly.
What Reagan meant is that you cannot run away from history, you cannot escape the dangers of ideologies that are out to destroy you. Denial is no option.
Communism was indeed left on the ash heap of history, just as Reagan predicted in his speech in the House of Commons. He lived to see the Berlin Wall coming down, just as Churchill witnessed the implosion of national-socialism...
Two years ago the House of Commons welcomed Mahmoud Suliman Ahmed Abu Rideh, linked to Al Qaeda. He was invited to Westminster by Lord Ahmed, who met him at Regent’s Park mosque three weeks before. Mr. Rideh, suspected of being a money man for terror groups, was given a SECURITY sticker for his Parliamentary visit.
Well, if you let in this man, than an elected politician from a fellow EU country surely is welcome here too.