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Readers may recall an argument several weeks ago on the blogosphere between Oliver Kamm and Eric "frequent lecturer and contributor to virtually every significant national...

If I had to bet, I would say the creators of this brilliant jape attended the University of Chicago... [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7M-cmNdiFuI[/youtube]...

An intrepid operative over at The Jawa Report has posted a revelatory survey of jihadists and jihad sympathizers who’ve established “groups” on the social...

You've proven sufficiently adept at aiding and abetting free political discourse (no doubt exuding decadent Western sexual mores all the while) to require being banned...

There have been at least 60 movies made about Santa Claus. One of them is a Hollywood classic, and if you don’t know its title...

The New York Times had a jarring report on Monday on jihadist bloggers. There is, of course, nothing particularly new about this phenomenon; al Qaeda’s...

Are there people out there who take Wikipedia seriously as a source of objective information? There shouldn’t be, but unfortunately there are. In fact, lots...

Why did the CIA’s 1961 Bay of Pigs operation Cuba fail? In The Good Shepherd, the recent Robert DeNiro film starring Matt Damon, we are...

Sandmonkey, the well-known Arab blogger who recently announced an end to his blogging, may have been the most deliciously irreverent voice in the entire blogosphere....

On Tuesday evening the film Islam vs. Islamists: Voices from the Muslim Center, a documentary, was screened for a standing-room only audience in Lower Manhattan....

A contretemps about the value of political blogging is currently taking place between Oliver Kamm and Norm Geras, two British intellectuals who have vigorously opposed...

No one is going to confuse 300, Zack Snyder’s film about the battle of Thermopylae, with Citizen Kane. Adapted from Frank Miller's graphic novel, it...