Posts Tagged ‘ New York Times ’

Freedom Of Conscience (Stand With Pam)

Freedom Of Conscience (Stand With Pam)

  For those of you still laboring under the impression that Islam is not at war with the West-including the presumptive Democratic nominee for President-I have some shocking news. It turns out that the followers of Mohammed have other ideas. The plan to assassinate free speech, counterjihad activist Pamela Geller-which was, thankfully, thwarted through...
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The Great Crime (Rally For Justice This Sunday)

The Great Crime (Rally For Justice This Sunday)

Turkey’s historic brutality towards ethnic and religious minorities, particularly what was once a thriving, prosperous Armenian Christian community, is well known throughout the West. The notion that rational individuals with a basic historic awareness would be persuaded to accept Turkish revisionism and holocaust denial is absurd.  
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Precinct Results (New York Primary)

Precinct Results (New York Primary)

Update: An explanation of the delegate selection process, as well as CD vote totals.  Overview of the primary, by the New York Times. 
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Election Night: Wisconsin

Election Night: Wisconsin

Update: Interesting model, along with county-by-county results, of the Republican primary from The Upshot.  It’s an early night for political correspondents and news anchors, as Cruz and Sanders both win big. Follow live coverage  of the primary results at Five Thirty Eight.
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Islam On Parade (Update On Lahore Terror Attack)

Islam On Parade (Update On Lahore Terror Attack)

Update: A message of peace, hope, and determination from one of the leaders of the global anti-jihadist community, Pamela Geller.  It turns out that the Religion of Peace isn’t through culling apostates and infidels this Easter Weekend. A breakaway faction of the Pakistani, i.e. the good, Taliban have claimed responsibility for the bombing of...
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The Pope vs. The United States

The Pope vs. The United States

  Update: C’mon, guys! You know that walls don’t work. Pope Francis, as you may have heard, visited the drug and violence-plagued city of Juarez yesterday. A place where hundreds of  women have fallen prey to the sadistic whims of Mexican drug cartels-often with the complicity of corrupt public institutions.  Leaving aside the loathsome...
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Civilization and its Enemies

  A little over a week after the civilized world remembered the assassinations which took place at the offices of Charlie Hebdo, as well as the Porte de Vincennes siege, another global atrocity has been committed in the name of Islam. You can read live updates of the ongoing terrorist attack in Burkina Faso...
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Playing With Fire

Playing With Fire

The day before our nation commemorates the largest terrorist massacre upon American soil, perpetrated by foreigners who were able to skillfully exploit this country’s lax immigration controls, word comes that the Obama administration is prepared to import 10,000 Syrian refugees into this country. Keep in mind, this is above and beyond the tens of...
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Je Suis Geller

Je Suis Geller

Update: The incomparable Mark Steyn has returned with a brilliant column laying out the stakes.  At the risk of self-plagiarism, I’ll repeat a status update I posted the other day to my Facebook profile in relation to the attempted massacre of innocent Americans taking part in a Constitutionally protected assembly earlier this week in...
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Artistic Weapons

Artistic Weapons

  Nota Bene: Congratulations to Bosch Fawstin, who submitted the winning entry.  I think it personifies the spirit of defiance that characterizes those who stood with Geert Wilders in Texas yesterday in defense of freedom of thought and expression. You can view an enlarged version of the same drawing here. You can read the speech...
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