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Clinton W. Taylor

“A sad commentary is that when one of these individuals was arrested, he inquired as to whether or not his arrest and incarceration would have an effect on his becoming a federal law enforcement officer,” reported the DEA’s Ralph Partridge,…

Is Bill Richardson campaigning for Secretary of State? Investor’s Business Daily wondered as much as the New Mexico governor jetted off for a tete-a-tete with Hugo Chavez. The New Mexico governor thought he could talk Chavez into pressuring Colombia’s FARC…

So let me get this straight. An Ivy League university has issued an invitation to a representative of a fascist government — one that rules by thuggery and intimidation, one that kills homosexuals and “loose” women, one that supports terrorism…

(With apologies to Hoagy Carmichael) It’s the story of a very unfortunate liberal man Who got arrested and ran to old Hong Kong He’ll get twenty years’ privilege taken away from him If he’s not kidnapped again by the Tongs….

It’s pretty rare that I have an occasion to congratulate Hugo Chavez’s government on anything, especially anything related to the War on Terror. But two cheers are in order for Venezuela’s capture of the leader of an international terror organization…

by Clinton W. Taylor | Oct 31, 2006

Last year, the government of Burma moved. It just picked up all its personnel and left Rangoon for a fortified hideout city in the hills. It was, however, kind enough to leave a note for the press, explaining that it…

People betray their country for several different reasons, most commonly money or ideology. While many traitors live deeply troubled lives, and a touch of megalomania and messianic fervor often motivates them, none of the traitors I am familiar with have…

I have a feeling the kind of people who tend to ignore and excuse the anti-Semitic screeds coming out of Hezbollah will also be the kind of people who regard every awful word Mel Gibson said while plastered as a…

This one is not just going away. A final death toll has not emerged at this writing, but it has reached 200. Mumbai (Bombay), a city already battered by terrorism, is slowly coming to grips with the enormity of what…

Yale alum and AEI scholar Michael Rubin recently took to task Richard Brodhead, former dean of Yale College and current president of Duke, over a couple of bad calls. Rubin thinks Brodhead rushed to judgment in condemning the Duke lacrosse…

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