Time to crush terror

Following the London bombings a year ago, I asked in this space how long the civilized world would continue to deny the reality of...

A history of conflict

The story of Abdul Rahman, released into exile in Rome from an Afghan prison where he was facing death as an apostate for converting...

Terrorists take aim at trust

As simple a task as driving on the road depends on trust that vehicles approaching from front and behind are driven by people who...

Assault goes beyond violence

Since 9/11 it is transparently clear the assault against the West by Islamists is not limited to indiscriminate violence. Islamists also are “using our own...
Salim Mansur

SALIM MANSUR: Stain on Canadian democracy removed.

In voting 153-to-136 in support of amendments removing sections 13 and 54 from the Canadian Human Rights Act, the Conservatives in Ottawa under Stephen...

The burden of America

One of the requirements for the U.S. Secretary of State’s job, especially in the contemporary post-Cold War world, is to be a sort of...

Disgusting silence on church bloodbath

The non-Muslim world is increasingly not surprised and unmoved by the depravity of Muslim jihadis committing outrage, one after another without end in sight,...

Pakistan a breeding ground for Islamism

The portrait of the naturalized U.S. citizen of Pakistani origin arrested for last weekend’s failed car bombing in Times Square exposes once again the...

Vindicating climate change skeptics

Ever since the UN-based Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change adopted the view, following the 1992 Rio Summit – also known as the Earth Summit...

Staged election fools no one

Unfailingly, tyrants want approval from those upon whom they stomp, a show of public support legitimizing their power. But they can never be sure...

Russia’s rapacity Moscow uses false pretext to wreck Georgia

Four days after Moscow sent tanks into Georgia, leaders of the five European states on Russia’s borders joined Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili in a...

The puzzle in U.S. presidential elections

The role of the electoral college in American politics is unique, indirectly electing the U.S. president every four years. The American constitution provides for...

Left-wing venom exceeds Katrina’s fury

Hurricane Katrina was not quite the Asian tsunami from last December, yet the wreckage left behind where she landed in Louisiana and Mississippi was...

Sharia’s underclass

The unanimous resolution opposing “the establishment of so-called Islamic tribunals in Quebec and Canada,” adopted recently by the Quebec National Assembly, has placed the...

McCain throws Obama for loop

Col. John Boyd was an ace fighter pilot in the U.S. Air Force. He fought in Korea and Vietnam, helped design F-15 and F-16...