Jeremy Corbyn’s own Labour party revolts on Terrorism
While most of the world was grateful that the security forces in Paris were able to stop as many of the terrorists as they could, and would hope for the same in their own countries, UK Labour party leader Jeremy Corbyn was troubled. He came out yesterday in opposition to a “shoot to kill” policy for terrorists staging an attack in the UK. It turns | Read More »
John Bel Edwards Won’t Say He’ll Fight Syrian Refugee Placement #LAGov
All weekend long and well throughout the day today, the topic of conversation has been on the attacks in Paris. Here in Louisiana, perhaps more than anywhere else, there is a strong connection with the French: It’s in our culture, it’s the basis of a (rapidly dying) local language, and it is where we as a state came from. The Paris attacks have now given | Read More »
We’re going to hear a lot about ‘Islamophobia’ in the coming weeks, as the pacifists all run in to counsel inaction in the face of terror. But today on Twitter I learned what the real definition of Islamophobia is, courtesy of Donna Driscoll.
Ted Cruz: Secure the U.S., France, and NATO from Daesh Infiltrators
I feel for the French. I remember how I felt on 9/11, and for quite a while afterwards. Following the terror attacks in Paris, I feel that way again. Only now I am far less optimistic that our leaders will do what is necessary to protect us and to defeat the evil doers. Yesterday morning before the Daesh terror attack on Paris, ABC broadcast part of an interview with | Read More »
Who Let The “JV” Team Put On Lakers Uniforms And Hire Kobe Bryant?
The Obama administration is not only incapable of managing the foreign and defense policy of this nation, it is so far out of touch, its head stuff so far up its pimply, cellulite infuse behind that it really knows less about what is going on in the world than any of William F. Buckley Jr.’s famous “first two thousand names in the Boston telephone directory.” | Read More »
Terror Attack In Paris– Sky News: At least 158 confirmed dead
Refresh page to catch updates We still don’t know exactly what has happened in Paris, but these are the outlines: French president Francois Hollande declared a state of emergency and closed all borders late Friday after terrorist gunmen opened fire at multiple locations in central Paris, killing dozens of people and taking almost 100 people hostage at a rock concert. Explosions also erupted at the Stade de France, | Read More »
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 »
How the United States funds UN-sponsored Palestinian terrorism
While the US government has gone about blaming Israel for the upsurge in the violence in Israel, and has gone so far as to accuse Israelis of terrorism, the United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has quietly suspended AT LEAST 22 UN EMPLOYEES working inside Israel for their role in directly inciting murder. Suspension is not a big deal, per se. But in terms of | 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 »
State Department accuses Israel of ‘terrorism’
The State Department’s definition of “terrorism” is pretty explicit: (1) the term “international terrorism” means terrorism involving citizens or the territory of more than one country; (2) the term “terrorism” means premeditated, politically motivated violence perpetrated against non-combatant targets by subnational groups or clandestine agents; and (3) the term “terrorist group” means any group practicing, or which has significant subgroups which practice, international terrorism. What | Read More »
Minneapolis Star-Tribune: Random passengers prevent train massacre
Everyone is familiar with the incident on Friday when a rogue Minnesota Lutheran tried to open fire on the passengers of a French train (he kept muttering something about 95 Theses).* Four men, three Americans (two of them military) and a Brit, decided that rather than be victims they would attack. While the French train crew valiantly looked to its own safety: The actor told | Read More »
Terror Threats on the Rise Headed into July 4th Holiday
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by David Inserra to discuss the threat of terror attacks heading into the July 4th holiday, the most recent plots that where foiled here in the U.S., and why the ISIS model of self-radicalization is so dangerous.
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The war is over. These men won it for Liberty.
Like most of us, Nikki Haley is lucky to be alive today. Had she been born 60 years earlier, she’d have had few civil rights, stuck under one-party Democratic Party rule enforcing a racist system of tyranny. Had she been born 150 years earlier, she might have had none at all, under one-party Democratic Party rule enforcing a racist system of chattel slavery. Yesterday she | Read More »
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Tech at Night: Democrats and fellow travelers shut down more of the War on Terror
Yeah, at this point Rand Paul is pretty much running as Hillary Clinton-lite. You see, through various intelligence programs, the US government is able to identify foreign terrorist organizations. When those terrorists then contact folks in the United States, we have legitimate reason to know who they’re talking to, so NSA has developed means of sifting that information. And yet here we are, 13 and change | Read More »
Amnesty International: Hamas Committing War Crimes against Gazans
The radical anti-Israel brigades in the United States always want to talk about purported war crimes the country is committing against Palestinians, but they never seem to want to talk about what the Palestinians do to their own. In the West Bank and Gaza, Hamas is more than happy to brutally oppress Palestinians and let the Israelis take the blame. However, Amnesty International has done | Read More »