Posts Tagged ‘ Pamela Geller ’

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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New Yorkers Rally For Homeland Security

Just received an e-mail from a member of New York ICE which calls my attention to an impending rally slated to occur this coming sunday, the focus of which is Representative Peter King’s upcoming hearings looking into domestic Islamic extremism.
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The Ground Zero Mosque (Film Screening)

The Ground Zero Mosque (Film Screening)

Last night, I had the distinct pleasure of attending one of the first New York City screenings of The Ground Zero Mosque: Second Wave of the 9/11 Attacks. Produced and directed by Pamela Geller, with the assistance of her friend and colleague, scholar Robert Spencer, the documentary attempts to explore the at times dubious...
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