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New JDL NY Conquers Supporters of Deported Terrorist Rasmea Odeh

September 21, 2017
New JDL NY Conquers Supporters of Deported Terrorist Rasmea Odeh

On September 19, 2017, the Palestinian terrorist Rasmea Odeh was finally deported from the United States. What follows is a report on an August rally held by her many supporters in New York. They were foiled by a small group from the New Jewish Defense League of New York.

Read more to see how David conquered Goliath. Read More »

Roger Waters is Told “No BDS Here!” at the Belasco Theatre

September 13, 2017
Roger Waters is Told “No BDS Here!” at the Belasco Theatre

September 10, 2017 — New York City. Pro-Israel protesters called out former Pink Floyd frontman Roger Waters for his criticism of Israel.

“Music is intended to transcend political barriers and promote cultural exchange, pluralism, and diversity. Instead, Roger Waters is promoting hate. The Jewish Defense League will continue to take actions against Roger Waters until he renounces antisemitism in all of its forms, including the unjust boycott of the Jewish state.”

Read more of the battle to protect Israel from the dumb ideas of pop icons. Read More »

Sharia Law Wants Your Money

September 12, 2017
Sharia Law Wants Your Money

September 1, 2017 — NYC. The stealth jihad rolled through Broadway, as the end of Eid brought the inglorious UNVEILING of an Eid al-Adha advertisement to the Nasdaq MarketSite on Times Square.

Read more about Sharia’s financial creep. Read More »

9/11 is a Day of Mourning and Remembrance

September 11, 2017
9/11 is a Day of Mourning and Remembrance

It’s a day the left would rather we ignore. It’s a day that Islamic supremacists secretly and not so secretly celebrate. It’s a day the elites call a day of service. In service to whom? The attackers? The simpering soft selling and apologetics is a deliberate distraction and a diversion from discussing the enemy and their ideology. September 11th is national day of mourning. Period.  (Pamela Geller)

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Parting Thoughts

September 11, 2017

You haven’t heard from me in a while, but it’s time to break my silence. I’ve been sick for the past few months-most of this year, in fact-and have tried not to focus on political issues, to not much success. I’ve come to realize that even though I’ve devoted more than six years of my life to the subject of immigration, it’s been misplaced energy.

I’ve been trying to find a way to express this in different ways, but it basically boils down to the fact that I haven’t been leading a life that glorifies, or even acknowledges, God. Focusing on temporal things exclusively is a dead end. If I haven’t learned anything else over the past few months, it’s that.

Continuing to sin, expressing remorse but not repentance, has been a staple of my life. It’s something that has been plaguing me these past few months. In terms of this website, I don’t think I can continue as a contributor, at least, in the same way I’ve been doing since its inception.

Above and beyond this site, I’ve wasted years online attacking people who I thought were wrong politically. I’ve invested so much time and energy on divisions that don’t matter. My advice would be to try and find The Living God, something I’m having a lot of trouble with.

Rally for Jewish Prayer Upsets Israeli Consulate

September 10, 2017
Rally for Jewish Prayer Upsets Israeli Consulate

August 10, 2017 — New York City.

It was a small protest. The Jewish Defense League and friends gathered outside the Israeli Consulate to support the right of Jews to pray at the Temple Mount.

“Muslim and Christian clerics say that Temple Mount “belongs only to Muslims”

Read more for the official and unofficial reactions to this peaceful rally. Read More »

Immigration Scofflaws Rally to Attack Jews and the Rule of Law

September 5, 2017
Immigration Scofflaws Rally to Attack Jews and the Rule of Law

Wednesday, August 30, 2017 — Columbus Circle, New York City

Supporters of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) gathered by Central Park at Columbus Circle. Meanwhile, the headlines quivered with apprehension, knowing the President would be addressing DACA in the near future.

Read more of the temper tantrums of illegal immigrants at this event. Read More »

What You Can Do

Helping Out The Twins

June 12, 2017

The last thing you probably want to see right now is another GoFundMe request, but my friend has 2 beautiful twins whose medical bills are becoming prohibitively expensive. Pitch in what you can, if you feel inclined. Here’s her GoFundMe page.

 

 

The Health Care Chronicles: Don’t Be Me

May 11, 2017

As I sit at my desk with two alternately bleeding/clotting nostrils, mild chest pain and throat discomfort-and twinges of pain in my left shoulder blade-I’ve come to realize that I’m not the best long term planner. Take this as a cautionary tale about the general perils of neglecting your health, or perhaps as a specific indictment of my own stupidity/hubris. Read More »

What’s Going On (Adventures In Modern Medicine)

May 10, 2017

I’m not the type, and this usually isn’t the place, for personally revelatory observations. Beyond my stances on some controversial political subjects, most of my readers-outside of a small circle of friends-know very little about my interior life. That’s why this post is such a departure from this website’s usual fare. I intend to write about some of my health problems which have hobbled me recently. I hope our audience will indulge me, if only out of morbid curiosity.

Several months ago I noticed a grinding fatigue, which prompted me to seek medical attention. Over the past month this condition has worsened considerably, in addition to being augmented by several other very unpleasant symptoms, which doctors have explored and attempted to diagnose. So far, without any definitive judgment. Although it’s nice to have some diseases ruled out-especially ones from which other relatives have suffered in the past-winnowing the potential pool of illnesses from which I suffer has the corresponding effect of increasing my anxiety. I’m sure my fellow hypochondriacs can appreciate this dilemma. Read More »

What Doesn’t Kill Us (Help Lisa Fight AML)

April 5, 2017
What Doesn’t Kill Us (Help Lisa Fight AML)

Cancer is universally loathed and feared. I’ve lost cousins, grandparents, and friends to this disease, and I’m sure our readers could tell their own terrible stories. That’s why it’s important to help those who are currently fighting this disease. One of them is a local woman whose dreams of becoming a nurse have been postponed by acute myeloid leukemia.

She’s currently hosting a very successful fundraiser intended to defray the costs of an expensive immunotherapy treatment for this disease. You can contribute, if so moved, by visiting her GoFundMe page.

The Spirit Of America

March 3, 2017
The Spirit Of America

Update: Photos of events held throughout the country. 

Tomorrow will see rallies held across the nation expressing support for President Trump and his platform. Presumably, there will also be counter-protests, although hopefully this time the participants will be able to restrain their penchant for savagery, destruction of private property, and unrestrained violence against those peaceably assembling. Read More »



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