Eleven days and counting. Hard to believe so much has changed in so sort a time. In Tahrir Square, the liberated zone, the anti-Mubarak protestors will tell you fear has been defeated. There’s no turning back. When morning comes, you see the makeshift metal barricades, the hand-forged weapons, dug up rocks, bandaged bodies, they are […]


I just can’t let Bill Bennett’s little gem in this week’s National Review go without a response. It seems that Bill is upset that Major Nidal Malik Hasan’s irrational shooting spree at Fort Hood is not regarded as a terrorist act. What defines terrorism? Let’s start with what terrorism is, and what it isn’t, because […]