Posts Tagged ‘ Salon.com ’

Freedom? (The UK Witch Trials)

Freedom? (The UK Witch Trials)

A small victory for freedom of thought in a nation which has gradually descended into the muck of fascism, aided in no small part by the wholesale importation of Islamic radicals. Paul Weston, himself a victim of political persecution for expressing wrong think, explains why Tommy Robinson is the #1 target of the British...
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Breitbart Lives (Andrew’s Fans Gather In New York)

Breitbart Lives (Andrew’s Fans Gather In New York)

The last We Are Breitbart gathering I went to was also the first-at least, on the Eastern seaboard-and wasn’t an event that I relished attending. It was held to mourn and honor a man whom we all admired and loved, who had died less than a week before at the apex of a career spent...
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Honest Labor

Honest Labor

As this country celebrates Labor Day, it’s important to reflect upon how our political class continues to shortchange American workers and those who are desperately seeking work but are locked out of opportunities by our government’s disastrous immigration policies. It’s perhaps not surprising that the chief cheerleader for the disemployment of Americans, i.e. President...
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New York Votes (Our Endorsements)

New York Votes (Our Endorsements)

This is Election Day in New York City-among other localities-which means that we will be choosing a replacement for El Bloombito-who has other priorities-as well as numerous members of the City Council. For those readers living in Astoria, we recommend Daniel Peterson. Seeking the seat of outgoing councilman Peter Vallone Jr., Mr. Peterson has...
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Old Glory

Old Glory

We mark the official commemoration of the date, 236 years ago today, when the flag Americans-although not all who live in this country-currently salute was adopted by resolution of the Second Continental Congress. One of the ways of honoring our flag is by defending the values it represents, and we can think of no...
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Bucking The Status Quo

Bucking The Status Quo

True to form, Governor Chris Christie has appointed a pliant crony to the seat vacated by the death of Frank Lautenberg. However, New Jersey voters will have a choice on October 16th as to who will represent them in the U.S. Senate. This is the perfect opportunity to challenge the dismal GOP establishment and...
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Too Much Of A Good Thing

Too Much Of A Good Thing

Video of Frank Gaffney’s speech can be found on Urban Infidel. One of the unofficial mottos of the United States, this phrase-which is minted on this country’s coins and emblazoned upon our paper bills-embodies the common heritage of the American nation, which was created from the union of thirteen distinct, unique former British colonies....
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Disastrous Response

Disastrous Response

Note: For those of you that would like to help the residents of Oakwood Beach who  have been devastated by Hurricane Sandy, my friend Tracy Diaz has established a chipin called the Oakwood Beach Rescue Fund, which will assist some of the people impoverished in this storm’s aftermath. One of the tragedies of Hurricane...
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Hook ‘Em Horns!

With D Day fast approaching, it’s good to be reminded of how skewed the choice is in this presidential election. BTW, who is this “we,” the scion of the Bush dynasty speaks of? Something tells me that George Prescott Bush did not have that much trouble scraping together the funds to attend Rice University or...
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The Paradox of the PMOI

The Paradox of the PMOI

One simple word which encapsulates the sum of the aspirations harbored by Iranians throughout the world, both those in exile and those living, and suffering, in the land of their birth. It was one of the demands invoked repeatedly throughout the pro-democracy demonstrations which took place last week at Dag Hammarskjold Plaza. These protests were held against...
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