Barbarians Inside the Gates
Useful idiots for Islam and other clueless types are scratching their heads in bewilderment at Chechen jihadis detonating bombs to kill American civilians. They ignorantly or willfully focus on their nationality and their youth instead of their ideology. Chechens have no more reason for hostility toward the United States than they do against Switzerland. Americans played no role in the Chechen war against Russia. In | Read More »
Benghazi Does Make a Difference, Hillary
During Hillary Clinton’s much delayed appearance before a Congressional committee to answer questions about the jihadist attacks on the eleventh of September last year, she snapped, “Four Americans are dead. What difference does it make?” Such a callous disregard for the search for the truth reveals Hillary Clinton’s desire to hide any incriminating evidence, which might sink her presidential aspirations in the coming years. Despite | Read More »
Call for Vengeance
The most recent acts of jihad against the United States should obliterate any lingering reluctance to admit the Islamic war against the United States of America. Double-talking Mohamadans and traitorous apologists for Islam inside American borders have spent the past eleven years since the jihadist attacks on the eleventh of September of 2001 obfuscating and lying about the inherent malignancy of Islam and its enmity | Read More »
Arab Spring Will Trigger Ramabomb Explosions
With the start of Ramabomb, the Free World should increase its security measures in light of Mohamadans’ habit of escalating their usual level of violence to higher frequencies with more deadly consequences. The jihadist bombing of a bus of Israeli tourists in Bulgaria last week foreshadows the renewed tradition of savagery during the month considered sacred on the Islamic calendar. While bracing themselves for the | Read More »
The Curse of the Super Bowl
In the wake of the scandal involving players and coaches of the New Orleans Saints being suspended for all or a portion of the upcoming season, superstitious fans of the National Football League find the timing of these events to be destined. Based on the disastrous seasons of the two most recent teams whose metropolitan areas hosted the Super Bowl, one might conclude that a | Read More »
Hypocrites Regarding Marriage
The denizens hailing President Obama’s change of opinion regarding homosexual marriage claim their mission is “the right to marry for everyone”, “marriage equality”, “the end of discrimination” and other such idealistic statements. However, their claims of fighting for fairness noticeably omit others currently not allowed to marry whomever they wish. Homosexual advocates and their allies frequently lump together all deviant sexual lifestyles as “LGBT”. One | Read More »
Looters on the Rise
On the fifth of July, USA Today reported on its front page “Jobless Claims Abuses on Rise”. One dollar out of nine is misdirected to those who do not deserve it according to the criteria. United States Department of Labor figures show that approximately nine million, three hundred thousand people receive checks for not working. However, a glaring portion of those do have jobs or | Read More »
Questions for Christophobic Media
The joy of several prominent media outlets in response to the mass murder in Oslo more than two weeks later remains unmistakable. The New York Times proclaimed Anders Behring Breivik as a “Christian extremist”. CNN referred to him as a “Christian fundamentalist”. The Washington Post insinuated that he is a “Christian terrorist”. Even Islamists such as the Council on American-Islamic Relations have gleefully spouted such | Read More »
Photographs, Fear-mongering and Flubs
Anthony Weiner, Debbie Wasserman-Schultz and Sarah Palin have been featured prominently in the media over the past ten days. Each of them made statements garnering much interest for different reasons. All of their comments caused outrages although none of them intended to do so. Do any of them deserve criticism? If so, who does and why?
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Post-mortem on Osama Bin Laden
I offer some suggestions on what should have been the fate of Osama bin Laden’s fate. Also, I address other issues resulting from his demise.
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What are the priorities of the feminist movement in this century? What issues do they consider as more important than others? Whom do feminists believe should receive taxpayers’ funding? Why are feminists selective in their outrage over mistreatment of women?
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Nobel Appeasement Prize
A tremendous amount of speculation has resulted from the announcement of the winner of the Nobel Peace Prize. Critics have reacted sharply to his perceived unworthiness. Even devoted supporters have questioned his rather modest list of accomplishments. I review some previous winners. I also offer some explanations for bestowing the honor on Obama.
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Do Not Give Them Hell, Barry
President Obama has been criticized for lack of support for Libyan rebels. He has also been criticized for not launching a full-scale military operation in support of these rebels. A lesson from the previous century should guide him in deciding how to proceed.
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