War Stories II: Heroism in the Pacific

With the reelection of George Bush, the world has been put on notice that his doctrine of preemption will stay in place and that the U.S., in waging war on terror, will stay on offense. If new theaters are opened and the conflict widens or worsens, it’s apparent the country’s mettle and resolve will be [...]

By | 2017-02-28T07:31:31-07:00 November 22nd, 2004|Book Reviews, Human Events|Comments Off on War Stories II: Heroism in the Pacific

The Connection by Stephen F. Hayes

We have found no credible evidence that Iraq and al Qaeda 
cooperated on attacks against the United States. Statement No. 15
9/11 Commission Report In the midst of all the pro-Kerry media having gotten into a lock-step rant over the 9/11 commission report, into the breach comes the new Stephen Hayes book, The Connection: How al [...]

By | 2017-02-28T07:31:32-07:00 July 20th, 2004|Book Reviews|Comments Off on The Connection by Stephen F. Hayes

We Need to Worry About Our Kids

Venona and In Denial Books by Earl Haynes and Harvey Klehr John Carey is the newly anointed president of the Bush-lied opposition. But now that the Iraqi Governing Council has approved a bill of rights and the most democratic constitution in the Arab world, informed, principled objections to the success of the Iraq war continue [...]

By | 2017-02-28T07:31:32-07:00 March 8th, 2004|Book Reviews|Comments Off on We Need to Worry About Our Kids

Mexifornia: a State of Becoming

It’s pretty clear that, Victor Davis Hanson, is on a roll. Just as communist sympathizers and apologists of the 60s and 70s, together with their press patrons, were successful in making it worse to call someone a communist than it was to be one (never mind the murder of millions), it seems that it has [...]

By | 2017-02-28T07:31:34-07:00 August 12th, 2003|Book Reviews, California, Human Events|Comments Off on Mexifornia: a State of Becoming

Chinese Espionage and the Clinton Administration

Trulock’s Code Name Kindred Spirit Poses the Question:
 Who Stole the Bullets? The recent indictment of Katrina Leung, a millionaire socialite who assisted U.S. intelligence efforts as a federal informant and now faces 50 years in prison if found guilty of being a double agent for the Chinese government, underscores the extent to which the [...]

By | 2017-02-28T07:31:35-07:00 June 1st, 2003|Book Reviews, Human Events|Comments Off on Chinese Espionage and the Clinton Administration