Aug 3, 2012
The Hijab at the Olympics
The Summer 2012 Olympics in London are supplying the world with exactly the type of ethnic variety that multicultural globalists currently hold in such high esteem.
My Mother Lode
Hijab controversy simmers at Olympics
Unlike the Olympics with its gold, silver and bronze, life sometimes dishes up events in which nobody feels like a winner.
London Olympics / Fukumi falls hard in long-awaited debut
For as long as it took for her to finally get to the Olympics, Tomoko Fukumi wanted the gold medal not for herself, but so she could put it around her mother's neck.
Japan hoping to improve judo fortunes
Japanese judoka Misato Nakamura is hoping to improve on her bronze medal from the Beijing Games when the competition for her lightweight women's division gets under way on Sunday.
Day 1: The strange and shocking from the Games
Hungary's Eva Csernoviczki shows no ill effects from being briefly unconscious earlier in the day, winning judo bronze with a leg sweep over Tomoko Fukumi of Japan.