Posts Tagged ‘ Buzzfeed ’

Bravery In Action

Many of you have probably heard of the brutal murders which occurred on a light-rail train in Portland, Oregon yesterday. Buzzfeed has provided the biographies of the victims of the Portland train stabbing attack, including a link to a GofundMe page dedicated to providing their families with financial support in the wake of an...
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King of The Hill

King of The Hill

Yesterday’s press conference was remarkable for a number of reasons, not least because it revealed the naked contempt this nation’s media has for the men and women who’ve served in the Armed Forces. A sneering condescension that they can’t mask, even as they bang the drums for more interventions in the quagmire of the...
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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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Missed Connections (Ted Cruz Flops On GMA)

Missed Connections (Ted Cruz Flops On GMA)

We’ve come to expect dissimulation and manipulation from the news media in our country, especially major commercial and public broadcasting networks, national newspapers and prominent Web aggregators such as the Huffington Post and Buzzfeed. We’ve seen this repeatedly in foreign affairs coverage, which has led to a host of disastrous policy decisions in countries ranging...
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The Meccan War Criminal (PBUH)

The Meccan War Criminal (PBUH)

The graphic above is taken from the brilliant Cognitive Bias Parade, which is one of many online venues that have chosen to show their solidarity with the 12 martyrs of Charlie Hebdo by embracing the satirical defiance which so aggrieves the soldiers of Allah. The insincere protestations of America’s intellectual gatekeepers notwithstanding, the reaction...
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Cowardice, Not Compassion

  Update: As promised by Brit Hume, Fox News has republished the offending cartoons. If you’re waiting expectantly for other drive-by media to follow suit, don’t hold your breath. There’s only one religion in contemporary society whose mockery is verboten.  Mark Steyn, as usual, cuts to the heart of the matter. The refusal by...
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Our Plague Year (The Epidemiological Consequences of Unaccompanied Minors)

Our Plague Year (The Epidemiological Consequences of Unaccompanied Minors)

This past week saw the first American victim of the best and brightest Barack Obama has welcomed into the warm embrace of the United States. We now have confirmed reports that a Border Patrol officer has contracted scabies from the unaccompanied minors he was tending to, rather than performing his job, i.e. protecting the...
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Border Security

To put things into perspective, there have been repeated incursions by ostensible members of the Mexican military since 2006, many of which have been linked to powerful drug cartels. Which begs the question, what’s being done  by the Mexican state to curb the aggression of Mexico’s uniformed officers? The answer, sadly, is not much....
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John Boehner and K Street Thuggery (Stand With Rush)

John Boehner and K Street Thuggery (Stand With Rush)

The treason lobby is trying to finish the work it began last year, when the Senate passed Marco Rubio’s amnesty bill, although the issue is getting very little coverage within the drive-by media. Fox News, however, broadcast a story exploring how the Chamber of Commerce-the spear tip of the drive to expand the pool...
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Be The Mustard Seed

Be The Mustard Seed

As the gangsters in the Senate continue to thwart any attempt at improving an irredeemable piece of legislation, many people are wondering what’s happening in the lower chamber of Congress. Jonathan Bernstein has a surprisingly insightful entry on the Washington Post’s Plum Line blog which partially answers that question. My own view tends to...
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