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Profiles in Hypocrisy: Harry Reid and Economic Culpability

Profiles in Hypocrisy: Harry Reid and Economic Culpability

Last month, only 18,000 jobs were created. Given that our unemployment rate is well over fourteen million, that is nowhere near enough help to those who cannot provide for themselves.

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A Case Study in Mainstream Media Bias

A Case Study in Mainstream Media Bias

Al Franken is not exactly a conservative. Indeed, he is considered one of the more vitriolic leftwing figureheads in current American politics, with a reputation for engaging in verbal and physical confrontations with ideological nemeses.

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Profiles in Hypocrisy: ACLU and the Value of Human Life

Profiles in Hypocrisy: ACLU and the Value of Human Life

Much is made of the American Civil Liberties Union and their many issues that they take a stand on.

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Profiles in Hypocrisy: Ed Schultz and Civility

Profiles in Hypocrisy: Ed Schultz and Civility

Politics has always been a squalid affair. Campaign attack ads, inflammatory rhetoric online and offline, mud-slinging, calls for impeachment and even arrest, and other means of displaying malicious incendiary behavior are commonplace.

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Why Arabs Should Support Israel

Why Arabs Should Support Israel

Sunday May 15, marked 63 years since the modern state of Israel gained independence from the dying British Empire.

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Review – “A Critical Analysis of the MRRC at George Mason University”

Review – “A Critical Analysis of the MRRC at George Mason University”

Our latest addition to our research papers section comes from Moore Common Sense blogger Michael Gryboski.

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Profiles in Hypocrisy: The Acceptable Discrimination

Profiles in Hypocrisy: The Acceptable Discrimination

I hold a positive opinion of Amnesty International. In a world full of brutal dictatorships and state-sponsored repression, it is good to know there is a major organization devoted to detailing and combating these vile states.

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When Access is Really Denied, Part Deux

When Access is Really Denied, Part Deux

Consider this an update. Two weeks ago I wrote a column, which was more of a rebuttal, to a blog entry written up by Americans United for Separation of Church and State’s communications associate Sandhya Bathija.

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Profiles in Hypocrisy: Muslims who burn the Quran

Profiles in Hypocrisy: Muslims who burn the Quran

"As the dust settles in Afghanistan after sustained protest over a Florida pastor's Quran burning, many residents in Kandahar are facing an unpleasant truth: More Qurans were burned in the course of their protests than by Terry Jones."

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When Access is Really Denied

When Access is Really Denied

With everything going on in the world, there should be no surprise that a Supreme Court decision regarding the ever controversial school vouchers debate would fall far behind page one of the typical periodical.

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