Category Archives: Citations

Richard Driehaus screen: A momentum strategy focused on earnings growth

Stockopedia | Aug. 22, 2012 In brief Richard Driehaus is the founder and chairman of Chicago-based fund management firm Driehaus Capital Management. He rose to prominence in the investment community during the 1980s and 1990s by delivering impressive returns using … Continue reading

No Islamic Mea Culpas

At first-ever conference on the topic, experts explore the history and potential threat of Muslim anti-Semitism. by Steve Lipman Jewish Week | Oct. 5, 2010 Rabbi Richard Rubenstein In the shadow of the controversial planned Islamic center near Ground Zero … Continue reading

Another local take on the ‘Ground Zero Mega Mosque’

By Bill Grimmell Special to the Oak Ridger Posted Sep 17, 2010 @ 08:31 AM PARIS, Tenn. — Carolyn Dipboye (The Oak Ridger “Guest Column,” Sept. 6), suggested that those who object to the construction of a 13- to 15-story … Continue reading

Ground Zero Mosque: Keep Quiet or Provoke Osama Bin Laden – Really?

By Edward Cline Family Security Matters | August 25, 2010 One of the most appalling and bizarre opinion pieces about the Ground Zero mosque appeared on August 21st in The New York Times, Nicholas D. Kristof’s “Taking Bin Laden’s Side.” … Continue reading

The document that should stop the Islamic “Victory Mosque”

By Doug Hagmann Canada Free Press | Aug. 23, 2010 Racists, Xenophobes and bigots. Those are just a few terms used to describe the opponents of the Islamic center planned near Ground Zero. These characterizations could possibly be avoided, however, … Continue reading

A shrine to Shariah

A new mosque at Ground Zero would symbolize Islam’s triumph Frank J. Gaffney Jr., Washington Times | Jun. 29, 2010 The supremacist program authoritative Islam calls Shariah is big on symbols. Arguably, none is more effective than its practice of … Continue reading