Posts Tagged ‘ Pamela Geller ’

We Are Breitbart

We Are Breitbart

Thanks, Karol! Monday night I had the honor of attending a tribute to the late Andrew Breitbart held in Hell’s Kitchen. I’m not sure what I was expecting from the evening, but what happened is something that can’t quite be put into words, although I’ll try my best. Over the course of three hours,...
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Breitbart Is Here

Breitbart Is Here

Later tonight I’ll be joining some friends in Manhattan to celebrate the life and work of Andrew Breitbart.  However, there’s a way for those who can’t make it to this event-either because of distance or prior commitments-to commemorate his legacy while ensuring that his vision is exposed to future generations. To that end, BigFurHat,...
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Shop Honour on Cyber Monday

Shop Honour on Cyber Monday

I’m keeping the unique spelling in deference to the European sensibilities of Mrs. Ayaan Hirsi Ali, apostate, courageous fighter for human rights the world over, and founder of the AHA Foundation. As many of you might know, perhaps through the dogged coverage of this issue  on Atlas Shrugs, the epidemic of honor killings has...
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Are We Targeting Islam?

Are We Targeting Islam?

Update: Welcome to readers from Creeping Sharia. Thanks, once again, to Pamela for the link! We always love getting readers from Atlas Shrugs. Earlier today I took it upon myself to journey to Foley Square in Manhattan, where an anti-NYPD, anti-intelligence agency gathering sponsored by CAIR, Al-Awda, and Desis Rising Up & Moving, among...
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11/11/11

11/11/11

Today, of course, is the day 0n which we honor those who have served with this nation’s Armed Forces in defense of this country during war-time and times of peace. Originally intended to mark the armistice that ended the First World War, in 1954 President Eisenhower enlarged the holiday to encompass all of this...
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The Fifth Column

The Fifth Column

One of those most inexplicable aspects of immigration policy in developed, Western nations is the tendency to give refuge to people who want to eradicate-or utterly transform-our way of life. While the media in this country often highlight the unresolved issues that stem from our shared border with Mexico, it rarely if ever discloses the...
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The Only Easy Day Was Yesterday

The Only Easy Day Was Yesterday

Most of you are already aware of  the devastating attack on American-led ISAF forces that occurred in Wardak, Afghanistan yesterday. Over thirty American servicemen were killed when their Chinook helicopter crashed, reportedly after being hit by an RPG wielded by the Taliban. In an horrible twist, most of the 22 Navy Seals whose lives...
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Thoughts On The Oslo Massacre

Thoughts On The Oslo Massacre

Some of you might be wondering why I haven’t yet addressed the horrific Utoya shootings and bombings targeting Regjeringskvartalet which occurred this weekend. The simple answer is that I don’t think there’s much of substance that I can add to the discussion, other than deploring the unspeakable actions of the mass murderer and expressing my deepest condolences to the people of...
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Honoring the Fallen

Honoring the Fallen

Later today I’ll be photographing one of the longest-running Memorial Day parades in the nation. Sponsored by the United War Veterans of Kings County, the Brooklyn Memorial Day Parade is a fitting tribute to those who’ve made the greatest sacrifice in order to ensure the preservation of our precious liberties. Hopefully, the photos will be...
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The Ghost of Elliot Spitzer

The Ghost of Elliot Spitzer

 I was one of several individuals to publicly testify against the program initiated by former New York governor, and current lackluster CNN host, Elliot Spitzer to grant driver’s licenses to illegal aliens residing in this state. The governor was eventually forced to abandon this plan, but not before thousands of these licenses were dispensed by the...
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