You heard about Jumanah Imad Albahri, the Muslim young woman who found unexpected fame when she stated to David Horowitz that she was for Hezbollah’s genocidal policy against all Jews. Uncomfortable in the spotlight, Albahri has now written a response explaining how she was tricked and misunderstood. (H/t: Brutally Honest.) I was going to fisk it, but Robert Spencer already did, and he did a much better job than I would have. UPDATE: Jonah Goldberg looks beyond the genocidal student and examines the state- and federally-funded University that blithely lets this type of ideological poison sit untouched.
When I was young, I rode bikes with carefree abandon. Now that I’m older, I’ve discovered fear. It seems that I’m not the only one. Riding bikes is dangerous. This happens to be a subject of particular interest to me, because I live in a part of the world where bike riding isn’t just a means of transportation, it’s a political statement. This means that bicyclists frequently pretend that they own the road. This is, of course, yet another example of illogic from the Left, because physics dictates that the cars, which are much bigger and much faster, still own the road, no matter the driver’s and the biker’s political beliefs.
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The Anchoress ruminates on the wussification of the American workplace — which is pretty much a metaphor for the wussification of America. I’m all for manners, charity and kindness. Somehow, though, these these virtues managed to get entangled with and destroyed by political correctness.