Posts Tagged ‘ ISIS ’

9/11 at 15: We’ve made it worse

September 11, 2016
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9/11 at 15: We’ve made it worse

On the morning of September 11, 2001, pure, unadulterated evil appeared on the door step of the United States of America.  It did not knock; it did not ring the doorbell.  It blasted its way into our history with a depravity of soul unfathomable to the civilized world. Not since the Imperial Navy of the…

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ISIS victims deserve more than Obama’s 72 mass graves

September 3, 2016
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ISIS victims deserve more than Obama’s 72 mass graves

Political correctness dictates that I warn you now that if you are overly sensitive to truths not in line with the meme that President Obama is the greatest President ever, you should stop reading immediately. This is not a “we’re all Americans, we just need to get along” column. This is a column about right…

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It’s the policies, stupid. Time to demand from Obama: “Just WHO are YOU”?

June 19, 2016
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It’s the policies, stupid.  Time to demand from Obama: “Just WHO are YOU”?

If there has been one constant to the Obama Presidency, it is his penchant to prefer rhetorical venom against, instead of reasoned discussion with, when it comes to critics of his policies.  Be it healthcare, economics, immigration, or just expecting he follow the rule of law, disagreeing too loudly with that which he is handing…

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Three Lessons From Brussels

March 27, 2016
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Three Lessons From Brussels

The day after Secretary of State John Kerry acknowledged that the ISIS terrorist group was indeed committing genocide against Christians and religious minorities, Belgian police arrested Salah Abdeslam, the mastermind of the November Paris attacks that killed 130 innocents. For whatever reason, authorities felt compelled to tell the press that Abdeslam was talking and four…

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From Christ’s birth to a cradle of death

December 20, 2015
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From Christ’s birth to a cradle of death

“The world was but a cradle, when the infant child was born, nothing but a manger, in which to keep him warm….”  The opening lines of an obscure poem written years ago about the birth of Christ and the significance that event carries for Christians around the globe. According to the Pew Research Center, their…

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Friday Follies: Scott Walker’s ‘Unions R Isis’ non-gaffe, gaffe, Marie Harf’s Jihadi John egg, and Racist trigonometry

February 27, 2015
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Friday Follies:  Scott Walker’s ‘Unions R Isis’ non-gaffe, gaffe, Marie Harf’s Jihadi John egg, and Racist trigonometry

Scott Walker comparing unions to ISIS, comrade Obama’s FCC takes over the internet, Jihadi John didn’t need a job after all, and trigonometry is racist. Yep it’s Friday, it’s Follies and Tis that time once again when we take stock of the inane and lame put upon us by those forced to navigate life with…

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