Pajamas Media: News Index – 4th May 2011

From Pajamas Media.Com Wednesday May 4, 2011 Osama Bin Laden and Dangerous Double Games by Frank J. Gaffney, Jr. Abraham Lincoln famously observed that “a house divided cannot stand.” The same can be said of a government or nation that seeks simultaneously to defeat an enemy and assist it. READ A Better Life: Hangin' with the Homeboys by Roger L Simon Homeboys Industries that is, which aides formerly gang-involved L.A. youth. Continue Reading

Pajamas Media: News Digest – 3rd May 2011

From Pajamas Media.Com DIGEST Tuesday May 3, 2011 Is the ISI Al-Qaeda? by Richard Fernandez Many questions about Pakistan remain after the killing of Osama bin Laden. (Also read "More on bin Laden, Pakistan, etc.'" at the Tatler.) READ Is This a Great Country or What? by Tom Blumer 1,500 miles and 30 hours of American free enterprise. READ On Bin Laden, Muslim Brotherhood Makes Different Statements in English and in Continue Reading

Before its News – Daily Featured 5 Stories – 2nd May 2011

From Before its News.Com Daily Featured 5 Stories Welcome to the Before It's News Daily Featured 5 Stories. Each weekday we deliver the most important and interesting alternative stories to your inbox. Be the first among your friends and colleagues to get the scoop on the stories everyone should be talking about today. Details On The Operation That Killed Bin Laden From Press Briefing By Senior Administration Officials CONTRIBUTOR: Continue Reading

Pajamas Media: News Digest – 2nd May 2011

From Pajamas Media.Com DIGEST Monday May 2, 2011 The End of the Trail? by Richard Fernandez If highly placed persons in Pakistan have been instrumental in hiding Osama bin Laden there for the last several years at least, it suggests that some of the real masterminds of September 11, far from lying dead, are still at large. READ Bin Laden's Dead, But It Ain't Over by Claudia Rosett This is a long war, and al-Qaeda is just one Continue Reading

Pajamas Media: News Digest – 1st May 2011

From Pajamas Media.Com DIGEST Sunday May 1, 2011 Obama Administration: Eager to Save Syria's Anti-American Dictator by Barry Rubin Obama is wrong to believe that Assad is better for American interests than Mubarak. There is a risk of an Islamist takeover in Syria, but it is certainly lower than it was in Egypt. (And don't miss: Stop Assad of Syria — a petition.) READ 'Funny' Anti-Gaddafi Cartoons Reveal Rebel Racism, Continue Reading

Pajamas Media: News Digest – 30th April 2011

From Pajamas Media.Com DIGEST Saturday April 30, 2011 Do We Want To Be Fooled? by Bruce Bawer The recent 60 Minutes expose on Greg Mortenson, the author of the bestselling Three Cups of Tea, has prompted me to reflect on the question: why was this guy a household name and international hero? READ Governments Rot When Their Citizens Let Them (Part I) by Dan Miller We get the worst government we're prepared to tolerate. READ Continue Reading

Before its News: The Week’s 10 Stories – 30th April 2011

From Before its News.Com The Week's 10 Hot Stories Incredible! "New Face On Mars Discovered" Elenin - Massive Object Coming In Towards US Amazing Discovery On Mars Total Bond Market Collapse Strong Signal From Outer Space Captured By SETI 9/11 Synchronicities That Will Blow Your Mind (video) U.S. fears 'megathrust' earthquake will trigger tsunami decimating cities on Continue Reading

Before its News: Daily Featured 5 Stories – 29th April 2011

From Before its News.Com Daily Featured 5 Stories Welcome to the Before It's News Daily Featured 5 Stories. Each weekday we deliver the most important and interesting alternative stories to your inbox. Be the first among your friends and colleagues to get the scoop on the stories everyone should be talking about today. Solar Power Breakthrough Could Render Photovoltaic Cells Obsolete CONTRIBUTOR: ACTIVISTPOST. A dramatic and Continue Reading

Pajamas Media: News Digest – 29th April 2011

From Pajamas Media.Com DIGEST Friday April 29, 2011 Rifts in Iran’s Leadership. Plus: Secret Meetings with Obama Admin? by 'Reza Kahlili' Recent events in Iran have exposed serious rifts between Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and Ayatollah Ali Khamenei. Plus, reports claim the U.S. is, inexplicably, still trying to talk the Iranians back from the nuclear brink. READ Born To Be Mild by Richard Fernandez For the New Yorker, which defines Continue Reading

Before its News: Daily Featured 5 Stories – 28th April 2011

From Before its News.Com Daily Featured 5 Stories Welcome to the Before It's News Daily Featured 5 Stories. Each weekday we deliver the most important and interesting alternative stories to your inbox. Be the first among your friends and colleagues to get the scoop on the stories everyone should be talking about today. The Birth Certificate That Roared CONTRIBUTOR: BARRACUDA. The release of President Obama's long-form birth Continue Reading