Brussels Journal 20 January 2010
I have been developing a "food theory of culture" with one of my friends. A good meal should consist of a variety of foods.
Even excellent ingredients will become boring if you rely on just one or two of them all the time. What makes a fine meal is not just fine ingredients and a competent cook but the overall balance between the various ingredients, where the totality is greater than the sum of the parts.
MuslimsAgainstSharia 20 January 2010
Egyptian Muslim Cleric Promote "The Love to Death", Egyptian TV Channels, January 2-11 2009
Syria's Mufti: "If Mohammed had commanded us to kill people, I would have told him he was not a prophet"
OccidentalSoapbox 20 January 2010
Former terrorist Walid Shoebat was a guest on the Tuesday 1/5/09 Savage Nation.
Muslim groups lose 'lawfare' battle - Islamic leaders employ U.S. legal system to silence journalist
Henrik R Clausen 20 January 2010
Book essay: Brussels laid bare
There's a lot invested in the European Union. Not only money (to the tune of €100 billion a year), also massive amounts of confidence from Europeans towards the Union, assuming that it will protect citizens / consumers from the evils of dangerous products, exploitative business and the dangers of the independent nation-state, all while protecting democracy and citizens' rights. Former Chief Accountant Marta Andreasen has a discouraging tale to tell.
National Review 19 January 2010
By Daniel Pipes
Who is the most important European alive today? I nominate the Dutch politician Geert Wilders. I do so because he is best placed to deal with the Islamic challenge facing the continent. He has the potential to emerge as a world-historical figure.
Jdamn 19 January 2010
Oriana Fallaci: I Find It Disgraceful - Complete English Translation (1 of 2)