Based on stories I continue to encounter, the war against Christianity in America is escalating and becoming increasingly hysterical. Could it be that those attacking are motivated more by an antipathy toward Christianity than an affinity for religious freedom?
Breaking with other Cabinet officials this week, Secretary of State Colin Powell urged President Bush to ensure that, in the event of a surprise attack by North Korea, the Office of Homeland Security have full resources and authority to respond to any anti-Korean hate crimes.
It is more than ironic that while Amnesty International and other human-rights organizations were bashing American treatment of Afghanistan detainees, a small group of AL Qaeda soldiers was holed up in a Kandahar hospital, threatening to kill themselves or any nonmedical personnel who entered their space.
Guantanamo. Aren't you all angsted up about the rights of al-Qaida and Taliban terrorists at Guantanamo?
As if New Yorkers don't already have enough to deal with, they must now brace for the arrival of pie-throwing, critter-liberating, bomb-building, arson-setting, spell-casting, utensil-stealing cop-haters wearing giant puppet heads.
In a new series on how the United States geared up to fight the terrorist war, the Washington Post quotes President Bush as saying, of his reaction to news that a second airplane had hit the World Trade Center: "I made up my mind at that moment that we were going to war."