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The Face of Middle East Democracy

On January 24, Byron Tau penned a brief “entry” for the Politico’s ongoing “Living Diary of the Obama Presidency.” The short entry follows in its entirety: President Obama cautiously praised the revolutions in the Arab World, but said that their … Continue reading

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Gadhafi’s Gone. The Muslim Brotherhood Remains.

When President Ronald Reagan passed away in 2004, newsmax.comreported the following story: Moammar Gadhafi expressed regret Sunday that President Ronald Reagan died before standing trial for 1986 American air strikes that killed the Libyan leader’s adopted daughter [some say his … Continue reading

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Too Much Moonshine Can Make You Sick

I’m pleased as punch to be the object of another hit piece courtesy of Paul “Moonshine” Mulshine – hack journo-columnist and cranky, conservo-gnostic extraordinaire whose outre, Lew Rockwell Jacobin conservatism makes Pat Buchanan look like Keith Olbermann. Faithful readers will … Continue reading

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