Thursday, April 14, 2005

Today's reading list

Foreign policy...

As Tom Friedman writes, America's military engagements overseas have prevented our enemies from striking us again at home. The terrorists know that victory for democracy in the heart of the Middle East would be a disaster for their cause, which is why as their prospects grow dimmer, they may be tempted to try a desperation, "Hail Mary" attack on the U.S., Friedman says.

Speaking of which, look at the great things happening for the cause of liberty! Of course, the media doesn't take much notice.

DeLay and Berger...

Linda Chavez writes about an incredible irony: While there have been relentless and essentially baseless attacks on Tom DeLay, Clinton Nation Security Adviser Sandy Berger - the man who stole potentially-incriminating classified documents and destroyed them (and is getting by with hardly any punishment) - has hardly gotten any press.

Judicial tyranny...

Phyllis Schlafly writes about how to counter judicial tyranny.

The environment...

Chuck Colson on Christianity and environmentalism.

Liberal intolerance...

Ann Coulter on the rash of attacks against conservative speakers on campuses.

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