Monthly Archives: February 2006

New kid on the block will be famous one day

There’s a new kid on the block. He might look kind of dorky, but I think one day he’ll be famous. I refer to the new Institute of Marriage and the Family.
I gave a speech to their grand opening last … Continue reading

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Extremists’ threats justify publishing the cartoons

“If a man starts to run, there’s nothing to do but keep running.” – Louis L’Amour
It is not pleasant to be forced to choose between seeming rude and seeming cowardly. I resent being put in this position. But … Continue reading

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“Emerson shuffle” is distasteful, but so is banning it

David Emerson’s spectacular defection right into the Conservative cabinet hurts. Especially because the obvious solution won’t work. But at the risk of switching suddenly to the optimists, I do offer some hope.
To their credit, their own partisan coup stings for … Continue reading

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Some questions for Muslims

Apparently the Hamas Charter says: “The Prophet, Allah bless him and grant him salvation, has said: ‘The Day of Judgement will not come about until Moslems fight the Jews (killing the Jews), when the Jew will hide behind stones and … Continue reading

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