Stupid Liberal Quote of the Day- May 28th Edition
One didn’t have to look long and hard for yet another actual series of stupid quotes, although one had to go overseas for these doosies from Russell Brand. For those unaware, Brand passes himself off as an actor/comedian, although both descriptions are questionable. In fact, unlike other liberal actors like Matt Damon or Alec Baldwin who can actually act, Brand is a one trick pony | Read More »
Terrorism in America – Fighting an Enemy Whose Name Cannot Be Spoken
While the U.S. was still reeling from the devastation caused by the Boston bombing and before it was known who was responsible for the act, there were those on the left who assumed, even hoped, that it was an act of right-wing terrorism. When their hopes were dashed, they took a detour from grieving for the victims and began instead to focus on, as they | Read More »
Tags: Boston Bombing
, Hate Crimes
, Political Correctness
Americans – The Enemy is on Our Turf
Obama, many Democrats, Al Sharpton, Black Panthers, Jesse Jackson and the civil activists are perhaps the most vicious humans on our turf at this time. They have created an environment of unrest in America using class warfare as their weapon of choice. Frankly, Americans aren’t the problem – we are a compassionate group of humans who feel all individuals are created equal. We mourn the | Read More »
Obama’s Hostage Crisis 2012
The Obama hostage crisis in Egypt resembles the Carter Iranian hostage crisis. Carter didn’t do much more then talk about the 52 Americans held for 444 days during the Iranian hostage crisis. At one time he applied a little economic pressure by halting oil imports from Iran, but over all Carter was either very naïve or verging on stupidity. The hostages were released just minutes | Read More »
NYT’s Can Take Their Newspaper and Shove It
A quick little note to NYT – we like our Country just the way it is. We don’t need you preaching to us about Sharia Law. The Muslims are most welcome to live in America the beautiful, but if they came to change our beliefs and for what we stand for they can grab a canoe and paddle back to the Country they love so | Read More »
Tales of Two Bloodsuckers – Unions & EPA
Here’s an example of Radicalism with a double dose of “propaganda” by Chris Shelton
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Can There Be An “Islamic Reformation”?
What exactly is the nature of Islam? Specifically: Is Islam itself evil — or only certain interpretations of it? Can Islam be reformed — or is that impossible by its very nature? Should we encourage “moderate” Muslims — or is that just wasted effort? Ever since 9/11, Americans have been asking themselves these questions. Christians often ask an additional question: Is it worthwhile, or even | Read More »
Why is Public Radio encouraging conversion to Islam?
The following announcement was read this morning on Michigan Public Radio: Michigan Radio is partnering with Calvin College and the University of Michigan Center for Middle Eastern and North African Studies to host an event that will explore Michigan’s diverse Muslim population. The Muslims in Michigan Community Conversation will take place on Wednesday, April 12, at 7 pm at the Calvin College Commons Lecture Hall | Read More »
God save the (Congressman) King!
If you do one thing today to help save our country, please make it a phone call to your Congressperson to tell him/her to support Congressman Peter King’s hearings on homegrown Islamic terrorism in the U.S. and the radicalization of the U.S. Muslim community by jihadists and sharia promoters. (Congressional switchboard: 202-224-3121.) Or go to your congressman’s website, http://xxx.house.gov, where xxx is your representative’s last | Read More »
A Mother’s Question
Guy buys a boat and invites his mother for a weekend ride. Her reply: I’ll take the ride, thanks. And to me, you’re a captain, to yourself you’re a captain. But, as I’m your mother, tell me. To a captain, are you a captain? Question: To a Muslim, is he a Muslim?
Islam Wants Control Worldwide
Having observed this country accept people from all races,nationalities has made America a strong and proud land ,but also one that today as we watch the news,see the changes in our government and it’s leaders we need to be awake and be aware of one group of immigrants in particular.Sadly so it is the Muslim’s that now are not just immigrating to all countries in | Read More »
In Egypt, Christians fear the same fate as Iraqi and Lebanese Christians — or worse
Catholics and Eastern Orthodox Christians have been split for nearly 1,000 years — but in Egypt, tragically, they are united in suffering — now so more than ever. Via Catholic Online, the Catholic News Agency reports [boldface mine, throughout]: As the U.S. urges Mubarak to step down, Egyptian Christians worry that radical Islamic ideology may fill a void left by his absence. Issam Bishara, Vice | Read More »
The Third World War
The Third World War has begun and it is not what we expected. America and the Western world are facing a danger no country has ever faced before. Our enemy is not a government nor is it a country. We are fighting enemies who are willing to kill themselves in order to kill us. This war makes our conventional Army, Navy and Air forces impotent. | Read More »
On Tolerance and Dueling Religions, Christianity and Islam: A Socratic Dialogue
I am going to try something new in this diary and I hope it works. I am posting a debate that raged on over the course of about five and a half hours on Facebook between myself (a Floridian) and two northeast liberals, one of whom (Vanessa) is a friend of mine. They are from the New York / New Jersey area. I’ve modified name | Read More »
Historic Milestones in Tolerance
In case you hadn’t heard already, Juan Williams (an opinion giver on npr – National Public Radio) was fired, supposedly, for making honest comments about what he feels when he sees Muslims on an airplane.
Many people think it had more to do with the fact that he said it while on the hated Fox News. npr basically claims that it had more to do with the fact that their employees are not allowed to have their own opinions, or at least share them on the air.
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