Posts Tagged ‘ Al Qaeda ’

From The Head Down

From The Head Down

As if we needed a reminder that the Augean Stables of our federal government need to be cleansed from top to bottom, this week brought news of an FBI agent encouraging a would-be Muslim assassin in the days leading up to the jihadist assault on Garland, Texas. I’m not one prone to conspiracy theories,...
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Total Carnage

Total Carnage

  Update: The jihadist truck driver, Mohamed Lahouaiej-Bouhlel, was known to police, naturally.  English language updates from Michael Horowitz.  What we know.  A timeline of the attack.  The Nice attack: a firsthand account.  What pathological altruism looks like.  Plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose.  Flashback.  A reasonable solution.  A column written by Pat Buchanan in the wake of...
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The Orlando Massacre

The Orlando Massacre

Update: The State Department has no records of a meeting with the father of the shahid.  The killer’s slightly less insane father visited Congress and the State Department. So perhaps they are assimilating after all.  A horror for one woman, via text.  Despite her SIOA Facebook page being restored, Pamela Geller has been banned from...
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Terror and Liberalism (Judge Mukasey Speaks)

Terror and Liberalism (Judge Mukasey Speaks)

  Most of you familiar with the work of Michael Mukasey probably remember him as the federal judge who granted Jose Padilla, an Al Qaeda agent designated an enemy combatant by the Bush administration, access to counsel during his detention in a U.S. military brig. Others might recall his refusal to declare waterboarding synonymous...
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Barring The Door (Anti-Christian Discrimination)

Barring The Door (Anti-Christian Discrimination)

This month saw the admission of a record number of Syrian refugees to the United States. Nearly 500, according to the State Department Refugee Processing Center. Perhaps unsurprisingly, every single one is a Muslim. 10 Christians, in toto, have been admitted to the U.S. for FY 2016, which saw the importation of over 2,200...
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Attack On Abidjan

Attack On Abidjan

  The latest assault by practitioners of the Religion of Peace against the civilized world occurred yesterday on a beach resort in the Ivory Coast, approximately 25 miles from the capital Abidjan. Like the Burkina Faso siege by Al-Mourabitoun and the Sousse attack of last year, the vast majority of victims bore no relation to military...
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Children of the Corn

Children of the Corn

  It seems that Mama Merkel should have reconsidered before deciding to invite an army of Islamic males from the Middle East to nest in the middle of Central Europe. Piers Akerman explores the fallout from what will surely go down as one of the most egregiously stupid decisions to be made by a...
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The Thursday Afternoon Massacre

The Thursday Afternoon Massacre

After much speculation, and devastating comments from his colleagues, the heir apparent is heir no longer. In what will henceforth be known as the briefest Speakership to be since the ignominious resignation of Congressman Bob Livingston, Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy has decided to forgo his candidacy.
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Ted Kennedy’s Shameful Legacy

Ted Kennedy’s Shameful Legacy

Although the law which fundamentally transformed this nation does not bear his name, the late Senator Edward Kennedy was one of the chief architects of legislation which unleashed the tsunami of unfettered immigration, the effects of which we will be dealing with for many generations to come. Like almost every bill or momentous policy supported...
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Stand With Pam (And Against Totalitarianism)

Stand With Pam (And Against Totalitarianism)

One of the tools the global jihad attempts to use against the West is the imposition of economic and fiscal costs-to the point of bankruptcy-upon its targets. Al Qaeda and the Islamic State, as well as their affiliates throughout the world, have made it clear that they seek to not only impose psychological terror...
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