August 29, 2010|Brendan GoldmanAmerican Thinker
John Esposito, director of the Saudi-funded Prince Alwaleed bin Talal Center for Muslim Christian Understanding at Georgetown University, having observed that a large majority of Americans oppose an Islamic center at ground zero, could not decide...
June 13, 2010|Brendan GoldmanAmerican Thinker
"The martyrs of the [Gaza flotilla] ships are heroes," writes Mark LeVine, professor of history at the University of California, Irvine. "They are warriors every bit as deserving of our tears and support as the soldiers of American wars past and...
May 23, 2010|Brendan GoldmanAmerican Thinker
[Ed. note: title differs slightly from publisher's.] The population of Jews in the US is three percent ... but [their 'genius'] leads to their controlling so much power that even presidents are scared [of them]. Whether [President Barack] Obama...
April 15, 2010|Brendan GoldmanAmerican Thinker
A capacity crowd of 860 students, professionals, hijab-clad women, and others filled Cooper Union's Great Hall on Thursday, April 8, to hear Tariq Ramadan deliver his first public address in the U.S. since the Bush administration revoked his visa...
February 11, 2010|Brendan GoldmanFrontPage Magazine
"This is not an Israeli-Palestinian debate," Stanley Cohen, the director of the Scone Foundation, said. "It is [a conference] to honor the archivist profession." Cohen's statement was half true: the event was not a "debate," but only because there...
January 28, 2010|Brendan GoldmanFrontPage Magazine
[Ed. note: FrontPage Magazine title, "The Roots of Muslim Radicalism"] "Too often when we think of Muslims in America we think only of the immigrant experience," said Zaheer Ali, a doctoral student at Columbia University who studies America's...
December 18, 2009|Brendan GoldmanFrontPage Magazine
"We overthrew a dictatorship only to go from bad to worse," said Mansour Farhang, a prominent figure in the early Islamic Republic of Iran who now serves as a professor at Bennington College. Farhang was speaking at a Columbia University...
October 13, 2009|Brendan GoldmanFrontPage Magazine
With all the irony of President Richard Nixon's famous quip that, "there can be no whitewash at the White House," the ivory tower played host to a September 25 "debate" at Columbia University's Casa Italiano that exonerated the United Nations Relief