June 16, 2010 | Pajamas Media
Yep, the Woodrow Wilson Center is Honoring the Foreign Minister of Turkey
It seems too incredible that after Turkey’s Iran-embracing terror-loving anti-American Israel-demonizing hijinks of recent times, the congressionally-created taxpayer-subsidized Woodrow Wilson Center for International Scholars would go ahead with its plans to bestow its Public Service Award on the chief strategist behind all this, Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu.
But a press assistant at the Wilson Center confirmed this morning that it is true. The ceremonial dinner, honoring Davutoglu, along with a Turkish business tycoon, is scheduled for Thursday evening, at the Four Seasons, in Istanbul.
For more on what’s deeply troubling about this, see my post below, What Kind of Washington Fools Would Honor Turkey’s Foreign Minister?