July 22, 2005

Links of the Week

Events in London this week make Reuel Marc Gerecht's look at European-bred Islamist terrorism all the more relevant. I'm not sure what to think of Gerecht's suggestion to suspend the US visa-waiver for Western Europeans, but I do endorse his last paragraph.

Likewise, Daniel Pipes's counterintuitive comparison of French and British anti-terror policies is worth pondering, even if not everything Pipes praises the French for is necessarily praiseworthy.

Ed Whelan argues that John Roberts "won't be a 'pro-life' justice," meaning he wouldn't outlaw abortion from the bench (very few people would, but to hear NARAL talk you'd think otherwise).

There's tons more on Roberts at the The Supreme Court Nomination Blog.

And speaking of Roberts, Wendy Long at NRO's Bench Memos recounts an amusing segment on The Daily Show.

Posted by John Tabin at July 22, 2005 04:43 PM
Comments

very good link choices.
i think we only have email on ship and no internet.

wont really see news unless in port.

Posted by: LT at July 22, 2005 04:46 PM