Stop funding Pakistan while it pays to kill Diggers

“We are now one of the biggest suppliers of military training to Pakistan. Yet elements of the Pakistani military and intelligence agencies are intimately assisting the people who are killing our soldiers in Afghanistan.”

By Greg Sheridan, Foreign Editor | The Australian | November 10, 2011

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Losing the economic battle

The global debt apocalypse approaches.

“What the Greek situation has shown (debt 120 percent of GDP before the crisis and 170 percent today after reforms) is that austerity without a strategy for vigorous economic growth is a recipe for failure.”

By David M. Smick | The Weekly Standard | 31 October 2011, Vol. 17, No. 07
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After Iraq, U.S. to refocus on Asia

China is not, in fact, 10 feet tall  It’s challenge to U.S. manufacturing has peaked, and its competitive advantage is in decline.

By Gerald F. Seib | The Wall Street Journal | 25 October 2011

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Cult of global warming is losing influence

Religious faith is a source of strength in many people’s lives. But religious faith when taken too far can prove ludicrous — or disastrous.

By Michael Barone | Real Clear Politics | 24 October 2011

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Charge of deadly provocation is false

How politically correct cultural elites want to use Norway to shut down debate.

“It took just two days after … the mass murder in Norway for the left-wing commentariat to start exploiting the event for political capital.”

By Keith Windschuttle | The Australian | July 27, 2011

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