Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Ahead of the Curve

Might I toot my horn for just a moment?

Over at National Review Online today, Daniel Pipes points his readers to an interesting essay by Yoram Hazony of the The Shalem Center in Jerusalem. Hazony argues that much of Western liberal elite hostility toward Israel is a product of their more general antipathy toward both the idea and the reality of the modern nation-state, of which Israel is a particularly successful contemporary example.

A few weeks back, I made a similar case to explain many of those same elites' rebuke of Arizona's new anti-illegal immigration law, as well as their enthusiasm for a policy of "open borders".

Do take care when you visit the Sage's page, always on the cutting edge.

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