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The Fog of Foreign Policy

The lame-stream media has covered the Libyan TERROR attacks with the enthusiasm of a drug addict forced into rehab.

Green on Blue Is Not A Fashion Statement, People

Attacks on U.S. soldiers by Afghan security forces have steadily and alarmingly increased since 2009.

Interview with Filmmaker Kathy Huang

Huang makes multi-layered documentaries that require her viewers to think for themselves.

Nobel Winner Tutu Wants Bush, Blair Tried as War Criminals

But international political process would stifle justice effort.

Why Ecuador REALLY Gave Assange Asylum

President Correa, the Ph.D. economist/politician, connects dots.

Challenging Book-banning Efforts in Malaysia

A Borders Books store manager is charged with an offense to Islam.

Libya, the Invasion Continuum, and Us

Congress has no Constitutional right to abdicate to the executive branch its power to declare and wage war.

The New York City Insider Guide for Tourists, by Mahmoud ‘Denny’...

Some highlights from Denny's six-day, six-night whirlwind tour of New York City. Try all of his suggestions or just pick out your favorites.

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad: The Musical?

To expand the boundaries of this cultural moment.

Ground Zero Imam Apologizes to Americans for 9/11. NOT.

Rauf would have gained so much ground, but is too caught up with his plan of Islamic domination to notice.

USA Ranks Fifth on ‘World Giving Index’

"Impressive" numbers in all three categories: giving to organizations, volunteering time and willingness to help complete strangers.

Bureaucracy Surrounding Artist Visas Creating Grassroots Foes

How should government control Americans' exposure to foreign performing artists?

Olympic Edition: Toddlers and Tiaras

Is national pride so great that athletes will go to any length to win -- even if they look like sore losers?

Major Comedy Benefit Announced for Haiti Relief

Help Hôpital Albert Schweitzer continue its mission in Haiti's Artibonite Valley.

Are Republicans Praying for Terrorist Attacks?

I almost believe an honest-to-God successful attack would really make Republicans ecstatic.

A Postcard to Never Never Land

It's frightening that the Obama Administration cannot comprehend the basic principle of Jihadism: Death to America.

Michael Kaiser’s Cultural Diplomacy: Would a ‘Pepsi Ballet’ Help U.S. Artists?

If more corporations pay for American artists to travel abroad, who do they represent?

What I Got Out of My Lunch with the New NEA...

In June 2018, President Trump appointed Mary Anne Carter to be Acting Chair of the National Endowment for the Arts. The press at the...
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