Posts Tagged ‘ New York City ’

Hoisting Linda Sarsour and Letitia James By Their Own Petards

Hoisting Linda Sarsour and Letitia James By Their Own Petards

Two women have become important mouthpieces for the radicalized left in New York: Letitia James and Linda Sarsour. Letitia James has served as New York City’s Public Advocate since her election in 2014. Linda Sarsour evangelizes Islam to the left as a private citizen, but she has aspirations for political office. Let’s throw some light...
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Iftar at Tiffany’s

Iftar at Tiffany’s

On June 20, 6 PM,  African Communities Together (ACT) and City of Refuge Coalition partners gathered at 59th St. and 5th Ave., two blocks away from Tiffany’s. Despite lots of signs and those orange dinghies, it was low-key at this point. Voice of America did a few interviews, but the march and the Iftar...
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May Day, NYC (The Marxist Left Unites For Revolution)

May Day, NYC (The Marxist Left Unites For Revolution)

There is only one solution: REVOLUTION. REVOLUTION! May Day 2017. Across the country. Around the world. The Media War is winning. The Marxists and their Antifa comrades threaten the free world but the Next Gen Millennials that I saw are mad as HELL and not going to roll over anymore!
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I Stand With Linda (Sarsour Presser, NYC City Hall)

I Stand With Linda (Sarsour Presser, NYC City Hall)

May 8, 2017. NYC City Hall – 11 am. An hour of long-winded and impassioned support for the sainted Linda Sarsour.
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The March For Science

The March For Science

  April 22, 2017 – 10:30am – Columbus Circle. The MARCH FOR SCIENCE was billed as a non-political march.
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A Day With Sharia (Feminists Love Islamists)

Part 2. March 8, 2017. Noon. 59th St. and 5th avenue. Read Part 1 >>here>> The crowd was jammed around the stage, from all sides – no elbow room, sight-lines poor. A Day Without a Woman. Obscenely popular. Amidst a sea of red and pink, a lot of foolish women worshiping at the altar of sharia-loving...
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The War On Cops (Stringham vs. Mac Donald)

The War On Cops (Stringham vs. Mac Donald)

Watching the debate between Heather Mac Donald and Edward Stringham was a fascinating experience for a number of reasons, foremost among them being that it presented two deeply contrasting visions of right wing thought. The former shaped by a deep reverence for social cohesion and ordered liberty, while the latter is influenced by a deeply-held...
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Resolved: Free Migration Is Good For America

Resolved: Free Migration Is Good For America

The Soho Forum is a fantastic new institution which explores important philosophical and political issues, many of them topical in nature, through rigorously argued debates.
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Passing Through

Passing Through

As most of you probably know, a federal judge has blocked portions of President Trump’s executive order pertaining to refugees from 7 Muslim majority nations. Josh Blackman has published a good summary of what this injunction accomplishes, as well as a copy of the temporary restraining order itself. According to reports, it applies to a...
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A New York Story

A New York Story

Most of you will probably remember Kathleen Donohoe, an Irish-American writer and New Yorker-and full disclosure, my cousin-from previous posts on this website. This year saw the publication of her debut novel, Ashes Of Fiery Weather. The title is taken from a poem by Wallace Stevens, Our Stars Come From Ireland, which celebrates the importance...
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