Wednesday, March 19, 2008

March 19th 2008 - Today's Columns:

Thomas Sowell : Obama's Speech - Sowell details the lack of credibility in Obama's position that he was unaware of the inflammatory, anti-American, and racist rantings of his pastor. He likens Obama to a con man who doesn't need to fool the skeptic but only to allow the clueless to continue to believe what they want to believe.

John Stossel : Politicians and Sex - This is Stossel's second piece defending convicted sex offenders. It seems so odd just to type those words. I guess that's why our sex laws are so, pardon the pun, screwy. And also why no politician will ever try to fix them.

Walter E. Williams : Peace-loving Muslims - Williams makes the argument that it is irrelevant whether or not most Muslims are peace-loving individuals or militant extremists. What matters is who is calling the shots and whether or not the peace-loving people are exposing and condemning the militants or harboring them implicitly or explicitly.

Michelle Malkin : Say Goodbye to the Glowbama Mystique - Malkin opines that the bloom is now off the Obama rose and, presumably, the media will begin to look more critically at him. I don't know that this is the case. I find Sowell's argument more compelling. Those who want to believe the Obama mystique, the media, will have heard what they needed to hear yesterday.

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