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The Surveillance State Arrives

This past month has been filled with such a glut of information that it’s no surprise some items slipped past  an already news-saturated public. Unfortunately, one event which deserves more scrutiny is the United Kingdom’s decision to enact one of the most draconian invasions of privacy and restrictions of personal liberty in recent memory....
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Europe Votes

Europe Votes

Update: Kraut and Tea explains how Austria got here, and offers another possible explanation for Hofer’s loss.  Renzi resigns.  Landslide rejection. You can view the live results here.  Exit polls, for what they’re worth, suggest the Italian constitutional referendum is headed towards defeat.  In a depressing sign for the future, women voted for the...
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No Refuge

No Refuge

Mr. Chapin raises a pertinent question, prompted by the jihadist assault upon Ohio State University-a gun-free zone, it should be noted. Why are they here? Is it so deluded liberals can enjoy tales of rampant Islamophobia told by picaresque scamps who’ll then go on to try and murder them?
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Abajo Fidel!

Abajo Fidel!

Fidel Castro, like his psychopathic patsy Ernesto Guevara Lynch, was a man who relished terrorizing civilians-in Cuba, the United States, throughout Latin America and the Caribbean, and even in Sub-Saharan Africa-even if it meant the immolation of millions in a nuclear holocaust. Unlike Che-who in addition to being a sadist and mass murderer was...
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Just Say No (The European Invasion)

Pat Condell is back with a new video, and not a moment too soon! Even as the French presidential election heats up, the reasons why Marine Le Pen and the National Front exist have been thrown into sharp relief. As the BBC reports, 5 Islamic jihadists currently in custody were planning a major terror...
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Europe’s Rightward March

Europe’s Rightward March

Update: A thoughtful leftist analyzes the 1st round of France’s election.  The first round of primary voting for Les Républicains is complete and it looks like Nicolas Sarkozy’s bid to return to the Élysée Palace is over. For those of you who are Marine Le Pen fans, this might appear to be bad news, although the coronation of...
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No Platforming Half The Country

No Platforming Half The Country

Contrary to the misconceptions perpetuated by the news media, the latest Twitter purge is not confined to accounts belonging to the alt right. Nor is it targeted exclusively at those accounts which violate Twitter’s terms of service. As  acclaimed actor James Woods explained in his farewell to the social networking behemoth, this is actually...
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The Reality Based Community

The Reality Based Community

Yesterday one of America’s worst mayors met the President-elect for a friendly chat about the hundreds of thousands of illegal aliens living in this city. The most striking aspect of this meeting is the hubris of Bill de Blasio, someone who thinks he can make demands of an incoming President who was elected upon...
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Catch The Zeitgeist

I’m sure our followers are starting to tire of winning-or, at the very least, want to take a leisurely break-so we thought we’d present a fascinating philosophical debate completely unrelated to this past week’s presidential election. The Zeitgeist movement-as best as I can surmise from this debate-is a strange mixture of anarcho-syndicalism, techno-Marxism, earth...
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The Utility Of Nations

The Utility Of Nations

Breathes there a man with soul so dead,  Who never to himself has said, This is my own, my native land! -Sir Walter Scott Unfortunately for the rest of us, these men-or women, in the case of Angela Merkel-are the ones effectively controlling Western civilization, or what remains of it at any rate. From...
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