Scott Ritter on treasonous charlatans in Congress: "I am troubled by the recent actions of Speaker Pelosi and other members of Congress who have not only abrogated their collective responsibility to uphold and defend the Constitution but have taken actions which, under normal circumstances and involving any other nation, would border on treasonous."
Karen Kwiatkowski is learning about the wonders of Hannitization.
Paul Gottfried on Conservatives, Neoconservatives, and Paleoconservatives.
Alvin Plantinga, an actual philosopher, on the ravings of the Dawkins delusion. My favorite line--"Now despite the fact that this book is mainly philosophy, Dawkins is not a philosopher (he's a biologist). Even taking this into account, however, much of the philosophy he purveys is at best jejune. You might say that some of his forays into philosophy are at best sophomoric, but that would be unfair to sophomores; the fact is (grade inflation aside), many of his arguments would receive a failing grade in a sophomore philosophy class. This, combined with the arrogant, smarter-than-thou tone of the book, can be annoying. I shall put irritation aside, however and do my best to take Dawkins' main argument seriously."
Buchanan gets to the central issue discussing the needless persecution of Imus: "The issue here is not the word Imus used. The issue is who Imus is – a white man, who used a term about black women only black folks are permitted to use with impunity and immunity."
Rushdoony and Bahnsen on theocracy.