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Majority of muslims are peaceful – so what?

Tue, Nov 5, 2002

Whenever the question of Islam and violence, specifically terror, is raised, we are repeatedly told that “the vast majority of Muslims in the world are peaceful people” who never engage in terror. This is entirely accurate. And entirely irrelevant. The vast majority of Germans living in the Nazi era were also peaceful; very few ever...

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Thoughts on the world series

Tue, Oct 29, 2002

I have never agreed with baseball manager Leo Durocher’s famous statement, “Nice guys finish last.” Weak guys usually finish last, but “nice” and “weak” are very different. And over the long haul of life, the decent do better than the indecent. But even if you agree with Durocher, you have to admit that...

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A Jew defends Evangelical Christians

Wed, Oct 23, 2002

Evangelical Christians believe that it is necessary for a person to believe in Jesus Christ in order to be saved. According to every liberal I know — Christian, Jew, or other — Jews are supposed to find this theology offensive and frightening. According to liberals, the evangelicals’ doctrine that no non-Christians can be saved...

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Amiri Baraka well represents New Jersey

Wed, Oct 16, 2002

I had always thought that New Jersey-jokes were neither funny nor in good taste. I was wrong. Consider Amiri Baraka, a Communist (“Marxist-Leninist” in his terminology), anti-Semitic, America-hating racist who has devoted his life to the promotion of hatred. He is New Jersey’s official poet. Baraka, formerly LeRoi Jones, came...

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God is higher than the Angels

Wed, Oct 9, 2002

This past Saturday, something extraordinarily rare took place: My team, the Anaheim Angels, was positioned to win a postseason series — against the New York Yankees no less. And my friend and radio colleague Hugh Hewitt, who could not use his seats (first row, near home plate), sent them to me. Only other diehard fans of such teams as the...

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Hollywood’s silence on Israel

Wed, Oct 2, 2002

Is there an issue that some Hollywood star — director, producer, actor, actress — has not publicly commented on? It’s hard to name one. Producer, director Rob Reiner has devoted years to imposing onerous taxes on poor people who smoke and to putting perhaps half of California’s cigar and pipe stores out of business....

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Bob Greene is a good man

Wed, Sep 25, 2002

I took the news of the forced resignation of Chicago Tribune columnist Bob Greene — for having had sexual contact with an 18- or 19-year-old woman 11 years earlier — very hard. You see, in 1995, Greene and I were the two most vocal voices in America in defense of a 4-year-old boy taken away from his family and given over to a birth...

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Is God enough?

Wed, Sep 18, 2002

We need God. But we also need more than God. Before dismissing this as some heretical statement, the reader should know that I have spent much of my life — in speeches, articles, books, and on my radio show — making the case for faith in God. I am deeply religious and have a traditional theology rooted in the Bible. I have been...

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A better America

Wed, Sep 11, 2002

It goes without saying that the Islamic terror attack on America on September 11, 2001, was an act of pure evil; that for those who suffered and died it was an unspeakable horror; that nothing will ever compensate their loved ones for their loss; and that the date will forever live in infamy in American memory. At the same time, without...

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What I learned at the Metrodome

Wed, Sep 4, 2002

Broadcasting from the Minneapolis affiliate of my radio show last week, I was treated to a Minnesota Twins game. Having become accustomed to baseball games at home in Los Angeles, I observed many differences at the Metrodome. Among them was an absence of foul language from the fans — I felt I had taken a time machine to the 1950s, so...

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