John Hayward

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Boko Haram and ISIS are into persecuting Christians and burning churches, too

Despite sustaining a powerful hashtag diplomacy attack from the Obama Administration - in which everyone from State Department spokespersons to the First Lady took pictures of themselves holding up #BringBackOurGirls placards and looking sad - the Nigerian Islamist group known as Boko Haram is still wreaking havoc.  They kidnapped sixty more girls, and it turns out they've got a habit of burning churches and murdering Christians when they're not working on the human trafficking our heroic Administration begged them to stop.   Jul 1, 2014 8:51 AM PT

Movie Review: 'Transformers: Age of Extinction'

As a young fan of sci-fi, horror, and action films, I used to bristle when a critic would say some movie I enjoyed was "un-reviewable," impervious to rational analysis, and bound to be a hit with the people who wanted to go see it no matter what professional reviewers said.  I thought it was a condescending attitude at the time, but now I've got to throw in the towel on the "Transformers" series.  Either I grew up, these movies got too infantile, or more likely some combination of the two.  I've heard it said that most big-budget cinema is pitched at 14-year-old boys.  This movie was evidently written by 14-year-old boys.  Heavily caffeinated ones, at that. Jun 28, 2014 2:29 PM PT

Suing Big Government into submission

This week, House Speaker John Boehner announced that his caucus is thinking about suing the White House over President Obama's abuses of power this week.  (Technically, Boehner merely announced that an announcement is forthcoming, which is the purest example of a "trial balloon" you'll ever see.  If the goal of sparking a national conversation on the separation of powers is achieved by the pundit wrangling over the very idea of filing such a suit, Boehner and Co. might be spared the expense of ever filing the actual court papers.) Jun 28, 2014 6:27 AM PT

Meriam Ibrahim update: Free again

The Associated Press reported that Sudanese Christian Meriam Ibrahim and her family were set free again, about two hours ago.  Let's see if it holds up this time.  I wouldn't assume she's out of trouble until she's out of Sudan. Jun 26, 2014 8:53 AM PT

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