May 24, 2010|Daniel PipesThe Corner (NRO)
Ali al-Amin Mazrui (b. 1933) is the most celebrated intellectual of African origins in the United States. His 1,500-word official resume is a bit daunting, but here follow some highlights: At Binghamton University, which is part of the State...
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...
December 06, 2009|Stephen Schwartz and Irfan al-AlawiAmerican Thinker
Who would imagine that a convert to Islam calling himself Hamza Yusuf Hanson, living in the San Francisco Bay Area and in his late '40s, would be listed as number 38 among the "Top 50 Muslims in the World" by a leading government body in Jordan...
March 12, 2008|Jonathan SchanzerThe American Thinker