A Norwegian Version of Tea with Michelle and Sarah

Amplify’d from www.bbc.co.uk The man arrested following the attacks in Norway, Anders Behring Breivik, describes himself as a “nationalist”, according to the police. But the suspect, it seems, is no pure nationalist. Instead, he is said to be a right-wing extremist of the kind that police authorities in the West have feared for some time. […]

The Value of an Open Society and Its Risks

One would only wish that in the wake of the attacks in Oslo and Utoya, Norway does not turn into the United States willing to accept the cessation of habeas corpus, the practice of torture, the infringement on the private space by the government under the guise of guaranteeing security and the general sense of […]

Presumed Islamist

Not an hour had elapsed since news of the second attack at Utoya Island when new outlets in the US and David Cameron–who clearly needs better advisors–began the long list of reasons why Norway could be attacked by Muslim fundamentalists. To be fair, Cameron indicated that he would help Norway hunt down the perpetrators, of […]