Why is the Islamic State treating Turkey as an ally?
The Islamic State is an unrecognized country bordered by Iraq, Syria, Turkey, and the Kurdish-controlled regions south of the Turkish border. The Islamic State is actively fighting the governments of Syria, Iraq, and the Kurds. However in Turkey, when the Islamic State bombed Ankara, they bombed the socialist, pro-Kurdish parties, who were protesting in opposition to President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his crypto-Islamist Justice and | Read More »
Canada to retreat from fighting the Islamic State. Justin Trudeau is no Pierre.
In 1970, Canada faced a “grave crisis” of terrorism. Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau said “violent and fanatical men are attempting to destroy the freedom and unity of Canada”. His response was decisive, telling critics to “just watch me” as he made a show of strength to combat the terrorist threat. In 2015, incoming Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has announced to President Obama that Canada will | Read More »
The rise of ISIS and its genocidal rampage against Christians (and most anything else) in its wake across much of the Middle East underlines the undeniable failure of President Obama’s foreign policy.
ISIS – the Islamic State – is gaining ground. It continues to gain sadistic followers to its jihadist army. Despite President Obama’s disparate attempts at rhetoric, ISIS has not been degraded, and it certainly hasn’t been destroyed.
The valor of our brave men and women in uniform has been squandered.
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Freedom From Religion Foundation: America’s Islamic State
The Islamic State, when not torturing and murdering its neighbors, has been destroying religious monuments and artifacts, particularly focusing on artifacts of Baal worship, and other pre-Islamic architecture. Sounds crazy right? But here at home we’ve got the Freedom From Religion Foundation, seeking to destroy all religious monuments it deems heretical. And nobody seems ready to stop them.
The World On Fire – the Obama National Security Legacy
The Center for Security Policy, premiered its new video, “World on Fire – The Obama National Security Legacy,” during the opening night oh the Red State Gathering ’15 in Atlanta. As they put it, “It’s a powerful look at the dismal failures of the past six years.” The video begins with a clip from then Sen. and presidential candidate Barack Hussein Obama’s July 15, 2008, | Read More »
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, Center for Security Policy
, Chuck Schumer
, Islamic State
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Tech at Night: Rand Paul wins more privacy for the Islamic State
Part of the USA PATRIOT act ensured NSA could check up on conversations foreigners were having, that involved data passing into America, by going to the FISA courts and getting a warrant. After 9/11, when terrorist cells came here and murdered many Americans, we understood the need for that. Well, some Republicans remembered, but Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) 88% forgot, and it | Read More »
Islamic State seizes key portions of Ramadi, we’re-still-calling-it-Iraq.
Well. I guess we now know why it was suddenly important to ask all the Republican candidates whether they would have gone into to Iraq, knowing now what we knew then. It was done apparently to distract from the fact that the current Democratic President is still busy losing the war that the Republican President won for him: “Islamic State fighters took control of key sites | Read More »
Reuters apparently shocked that people act horridly when a city’s being sacked.
Seriously, what did Reuters expect was going to happen? On April 1, the city of Tikrit was liberated from the extremist group Islamic State. The Shi’ite-led central government and allied militias, after a month-long battle, had expelled the barbarous Sunni radicals. Then, some of the liberators took revenge. Near the charred, bullet-scarred government headquarters, two federal policemen flanked a suspected Islamic State fighter. Urged on by | Read More »
Some thoughts, several years before the start of the Tenth Crusade.
“History does not always repeat itself: sometimes it screams ‘Why won’t you ever listen to what I’m SAYING?’ and then hits you with a club.”
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More ISIS Barbarism: Burning Books and Abducting More Christians
We know well by now that ISIS’s bloodlust would not stop with the martyrdom of 21 Coptic Christians along the shores of the Mediterranean Sea in Libya. Now, it has been reported that ISIS has abducted at least 150 more Assyrian Christians from northeastern Syria. You might have seen it reported as only 90 of them earlier, but that number has since been revised. For | Read More »
Obama is not Interested in Fighting Radical Islam in Africa
In case you need any more evidence of how unserious the Obama administration is about fighting radical Islam, look no further than what’s happening in Africa. First of all, after the martyrdom of those 21 Coptic Christians, Egypt decided Jordan was onto something and began their own airstrikes against the Islamic State. Unsurprisingly, Obama has declined to support them, even though these strikes would make | Read More »
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, Birth Control
, Bishop Emmanuel Badejo
, boko haram
, Coptic Christians
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, same-sex marriage
As Obama Vacillates, ISIS Continues Its Brutal March to Europe’s Doorsteps
Earlier this morning, Erick did an excellent job explaining why Marie Harf and those who support the notion that we can’t win the war against ISIS by killing the bad guys “are damn naïve fools.” Her statements are not particularly surprising when you look at the contents of Obama’s laughable AUMF request for “war” on the Islamic State. I would go as far as saying that | Read More »
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, Islamic State
, Radical Islam
Marie Harf and Those She Represents are Damn Naive Fools
My biggest worry is that we're asking a president with a terrible record of "job creation" to create jobs in Iraq so ISIS will smile again.— Joe Cunningham (@JoeC_Esquire) February 17, 2015 In the history of all the world, there has never been a war that could not be won by killing more bad guys than they kill of the good guys. But Marie Harf, | Read More »