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The Media Elite

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A reader writes in last week’s mail that, according to yours truly, "patriotism means defending America when a Republican is in office." He reminds me that I was frothing at the mouth a couple of years ago during the bombing of Serbia. Well, yes, I sure frothed, but then I don’t exactly remember when the [&hellip
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Friends of Osama

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If Bill Clinton did tell the girlfriend of one of the Beatles that he could do a much better job against the Taliban were he president rather than George W. Bush, it only confirms what some of us have known all along: there is no bald-faced phony, no lunchbucket pilferer more petty than America’s 42nd [&hellip
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Heroes & Villains

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This is for any firefighter, police officer, rescue worker or relative of a victim–in fact anyone who knows the difference between right and wrong: The next time you see an Oliver Stone movie advertised, do not give a penny of your hard-earned money. Boycott the theater, and boycott any film company that finances this pig’s [&hellip
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The Multi Cult

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The three best essays I’ve read since the outrage have been Scott McConnell’s in the Oct. 10 issue, and Carol Iannone’s the following week, both in "Top Drawer." John O’Sullivan’s in the Oct.15 issue of National Review completes the troika. McConnell wrote about the "immigrationist" theology, and how it is now bipartisan and rooted in [&hellip
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Anti-American Europe

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The next time any of you read about some glossy American monthly throwing a bash that will feature the presence of, say, Martin Amis, please try to remember the following: writing in London’s Guardian, the British lefty intelligentsia’s house organ, the dwarfish and unreadable Amis described the WTC outrage as “Terror [being] political communication by [&hellip
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Blessed Suicide

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The cult of suicide terrorism has always been around, but has grown notably during the latest Palestinian intifada. Suicide terror began with the Ishmaeli suicide squads who murdered Crusader leaders and from whose Arabic name we derive the word “assassin.” The modern suicide terrorists draw inspiration from passages in the Koran that promise immortality with [&hellip
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On Tina & Harry

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Having been away in Europe for the last two months, I haven’t the foggiest whether Tina and Harry Come to America has been published in the United States, or if it has been reviewed by every newspaper and magazine in the country. Being of an older generation and computer illiterate, I’m not exactly an Internet [&hellip
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