Posts Tagged ‘ Syrian Refugees ’

Ahmad Khan Rahami (Captured)

Ahmad Khan Rahami (Captured)

Update: Mr. Rahami was a busy jihadi, it turns out.  Rahami charged.  It turns out that CNN is good for something after all.  Surrender and think of diversity.  The man who shot the now deceased jihadist in Minnesota was a competitive shooter. Perhaps, contra Maddow, guns aren’t the main culprit in Islamic terrorism? As...
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Parade Of Horribles

Parade Of Horribles

Even as events conspire to make hash of the narrative contrived by Hillary Clinton and the national media, i.e. Vladimir Putin’s exposure of the awfulness of the Democratic Party is the true threat to American democracy, the politically correct variety show in Philadelphia proceeds apace. Before tonight is over you will have endured the...
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Unpleasant Truths (Europe Under Siege)

  The aftermath of the jihadist assault in Brussels has been filled with familiar scenes. From the puerile and utterly beside the point reactions of locals-rightly ridiculed by Gavin McInnes when seen on the streets of Paris in the wake of the Bataclan massacre-to the predictable, almost immediate trend pieces decrying a non-existent anti-Muslim...
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Fitna

Fitna

Even as his party rides a wave of popular disgust at the Islamization-facilitated by the institutional bureaucracy of the EU and his own government-of his nation to the top of the polls, Geert Wilders is once again facing imprisonment for dissent. Simple, honest words which reflect the current reality of a country under siege.
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Frontier State (Sweden Without Swedes)

Ezra Levant points out, once again, the stupidity of those overseeing Europe’s migrant crisis by traveling to Malmo, one of the first cities in a post-European Europe.
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Under The Bus

Update: Rush asks a pertinent question. For those of you who were pinning your hopes on Luis Guttierez’s gringo pal, we have some bad news for you. As the inestimable Senator Sessions explains in the video above, and Mickey Kaus has pointed out in meticulous detail on his Twitter account since this accord was reached, we...
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The Final GOP Debates

The Final GOP Debates

Update: You can find Roy Beck’s thoughts on last night’s encounter here. Of the year, that is. For those of you who weren’t able to watch the full 3 hour-long extravaganza, including the preliminary “kiddie” debate, I suggest skimming the fantastic coverage provided by Numbers USA on its Twitter account, which-as usual-got to the...
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Woman of the Year?

Woman of the Year?

  She has yet to capture the Nobel her acolytes undoubtedly seek, but Mama Merkel has won another award from the legacy media. This time, being named Time Magazine’s Person of the Year. One of my Twitter followers made an astute speculation yesterday that this might be part of a concerted effort to smooth...
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Much Madness Is Divinest Sense

Much Madness Is Divinest Sense

  As the Long March of the left burns and hacks its way through the nation’s remaining cultural institutions-reenacting the Cultural Revolution on American soil-and Europeans who balk at being invaded by the vanguards of Islam are condemned as Islamophobic bigots, it’s appropriate to reflect on the words  of a woman who is considered...
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Immigration and the Nation State

Immigration and the Nation State

One of the enduring arguments between me and my anarcho-capitalist friends is the ideal immigration policy in a society where the state-and all of its many interventions-still, unfortunately, exists. While generally well-grounded philosophically, they seem to take an ad hoc, emotionally-laden, irrational approach to what is arguably the most important domestic policy issue of...
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