Daily Archives: January 10, 2006

Osama: Quiet as a Corpse

By Peter Brookes Osama bin Laden hasn’t made a single peep publicly in over a year — his longest absence since 9/11. The ghoul’s eerie silence is both disturbing — and odd — for the leader of a global terrorist … Continue reading

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Leave the Nukes, Take Out the Mullahs

By Herbert E. Meyer To think clearly about how best to remove the looming threat of a nuclear-armed Iran, just keep in mind the National Rifle Association’s much maligned – but perfectly sensible – old slogan: Guns don’t kill people. … Continue reading

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Munich and Revenge

January 10, 2006″Munich” and RevengeBy Dennis Prager Nearly every review of the Steven Spielberg film “Munich,” especially those that are sympathetic to the film’s “stop the cycle of violence” message, describes the movie as a story about Israeli “revenge” for … Continue reading

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