The Future of the Muslim Brotherhood and the Middle East

120051 12/22/2012

Merry Christmas everyone!

As the global secularist press tries to put a happy face make on their collapsing Middle East narrative and its democracy-in-the-making claims, the Muslim Brotherhood extends its grasp on Middle Eastern countries. Professor Raymond Stock (www.meforum.org) is former professor of Arabic and Middle East Studies at Drew University, who lived in Egypt for two decades.

Then we’ll continue our “I”m-sick-and-tired-of-the-glop-I-hear-about-Christianity” thread. Where did the claims about the supposed hostility between science and religion originate? Was it really science that freed us from the darkness of religion or was it Christianity that set the groundwork for modern science? James Hannam (www.jameshannam.com) is author of “The Genesis of Science: How the Christian Middle Ages Launched the Scientific Revolution.”

John’s boralogue analyzes President Obama’s comments about gun control this week, demonstrating how they form a Hegelian dialectic which moves people toward a pre-determined outcome one step at a time.

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