"My best questions were 'oh?' and 'no?'"
NPR Morning Edition host Bob Edwards on his "minimalist" interviewing style. "The person I'm interviewing is a lot more important than I am," he said. NPR announced last week that
it would replace Mr. Edwards
as host of the show. He hosted
it for 25 years.
"Because Bush is such
a Christian, when he speaks he is seen as
an enemy in Europe."
Egyptian-born scholar Bat Yeor, speaking at Freedom House about her book, Eurabia, which describes the Islamic subversion of Western culture in Europe.
"He doesn't know
anything, and he has
the intelligence of a
Hosni Abdo, brother of 16-year-old Hussam Abdo, who was forced last week by al-Aqsa terrorists to wait at an Israeli border crossing with explosives strapped under his shirt. The young Palestinian surrendered to Israeli soldiers, saying he didn't want to be a martyr. His brother said he would reveal the names of the terrorists after "two slaps."
"This is no joke."
Marquette University spokesman Ben Tracy on
lawsuits filed last week by the recording industry against college students who illegally download music at 21 schools. "The sense of invulnerability
that students often have is part of the problem," said Cary Sherman of the Recording Industry Association of America.