Sunday, April 24, 2005

Sunday reading 

Inspired by yours truly's "Good news" series, Boxing Alcibiades is starting up "Carnival of the Optimists" - I hope it takes off; we all need some good cheer.

Lorie Byrd at Polipundit wonders why anyone still takes Richard Clarke seriously - many in the media, alas, still do, as Lorie shows in this link-rich post.

Bill Roggio looks at a clash between the anti-war crusader George Galloway and the people that think he's too soft - Hizb-ut-Tahrir.

Peaktalk blogs about Benedict XVI, Islam and Europe (on the same topic, check out this interesting article in "The Christian Science Monitor" - hat tip: John R.)

John Rosenthal takes a look at a new book which, while assessing the work of a prominent Muslim intellectual, reaches some dismal conclusions about the future of Europe and the trans-Atlantic alliance.

Niner Charlie: " Benjamin Franklin famously opined that: 'Nothing in life is certain except death and taxes,' now the Canadian Customs and Revenue Agency has provided some clarifying information."

Jeremy has an update about the Sudan Mercy Project.

Bruce Chang looks at the Chinese identity politics - very interesting stuff.

Chester is back: "The Strategic Corporal Shows Up in Husaybah."

At Secular Blasphemy, the far left's favorite Israeli, the nuclear whistleblower Mordechai Vanunu, in his own crazy words.

Fausta blogs about Cuba's appalling human rights record.

Quillnews looks at the left-wing money-politics-ideas matrix.

Considerettes looks at the return of the "Fairness Doctrine."

Carpe Bonum: "Mossberg tosses a fat one, Microsoft goes down swinging."

The Blue State Conservatives note that a Bible College is being fined by the county authorities for hosting the Minutemen Project.


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