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Herb London
Herb London
Herbert I. London worked as the president of Hudson Institute and professor emeritus of New York University. He is the author of Decade of Denial (Lexington Books, 2001) and America's Secular Challenge (Encounter Books, 2008).


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Dec. 21, 2010 10:56 am
A former Commissioner of Traffic several decades ago was asked, “what is the best way to get cross town in Manhattan?” He thought for a moment and said, “Be born there.” That statement was made before bus lanes, bicycle lands, outdoor seating in the middle of Times Square, trains bursting with passengers at all hours of the day and an MTA that puts most of its money into employee salaries rather...  Read More
Dec. 7, 2010 5:19 pm
There is little doubt west European governments are engaged in a form of social suicide. Rather than increased efforts to integrate Muslims into German society, to cite one example, German students will be taught about Islam. In a sense German educators will be engaged in proselytizing for Islam. The German state of Lower Saxony will start including Islam in its schools’ core curriculum as part...  Read More
Dec. 1, 2010 5:42 pm
As Secretary of Defense Gates noted, any question about North Korea has only one response: "I don't know." There is indeed so little we know about this barbarian kingdom with nuclear weapons. Hence almost anything one does say is speculative. As I see it, the nuclear facility recently disclosed is designed to be inflammatory. What it means is that North Korea can increase its supply of weapons...  Read More
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No Worries, We Are NOT Vulnerable To The OpenSSL Bug

We do not use OpenSSL here at or No need to worry or change passwords here because of the widely-publicized Heartbleed Bug. We have suffered two short outages recently presumably because much of the Internet transport infrastructure does rely on OpenSSL and they have been updating their systems.

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