John KerryEven as Massachusetts Senator John Kerry was on his way to Islamabad on a mission to mend deteriorating relationships between the United States and Pakistan, Pakistan's parliament passed a unanimous resolution in the early hours of Saturday morning, calling for a review of all aspects of the nation's relationship with the United States. The session was highlighted by expressions of anger and embarrassment caused by the raid by the CIA and U.S. Navy SEALs that succeeded in the finding and killing Osama bin Laden in the al-Qaeda leader's house in Abbottabad, 35 miles from the nation's capital. The resolution called the raid a "violation of Pakistan's sovereignty."

CrossEvery incarnation of totalitarianism must eventually war with Christianity. Sometimes this is simply outright persecution of any type of Christianity. More often, though, brutal regimes have manifested their hatred of Christianity by rigorously oppressing genuine and independent Christian faith and replacing it with a state-sponsored and state-controlled "Christianity."

Judges across the world have proven to be enemies to the institution of homeschooling, and Judge Nicole Bernier of Québec, Canada, is no exception. Judge Bernier ordered four home-schooled children-ages 9,7,5, and 3-into public school for "socialization."

The Roman Catholic family was reported to the Youth Protection Services (YPS) of Canada for neglect, and after a four-day trial in November 2010, Judge Bernier ordered that the children remain in school or daycare until a full plan for socialization was approved by the YPS.

Communism is, by any sensible standard, the worst theory of government in modern history. However, its slavish supporters — refusing to accept that this “scientific” theory of economics could ever fail — often resort to revisionist history in order whitewash its brutal, intolerant regimes.

 

Writers for The Wall Street Journal’s lead article on Tuesday expressed surprise that Greece’s fiscal problems are “coming to the boil once more.” After all, when Greece went hat in hand to members of the eurozone last year, they were able to secure a $158 billion bailout whose strings attached required severe austerity measures on the Greek citizens to resolve the matter. The matter has obviously not been resolved, and Greece is back to the table, asking for more assistance. This time it’s a much tougher sell.