Interesting Bits

09/24/2016 5:00

Not Surprising

Obama uninterested in bringing Genocidal leaders to justice.  (Well, he can't blame it on the GOP. the NRA or Christians)

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09/24/2016 10:17

The Danger of Radical Islam

Yusuf al-Qaradawi, spiritual leader of the main Islamic movement in France, explained how Muslims living in the West have to proceed: they may use terror, they may use seduction, exploit Westerners' sense of guilt, grab public spaces, change laws, and create their own society inside Western societies until they become Muslim societies.

(Europe may be dead. It may well have died at Rotherham.  But if it survives, citizens will help to fight to survive. If they don't the entire continent will be one vast Rotherham.)

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09/24/2016 8:36

Isn't This a Tad Hypocritical

So football players take a knee during the National Anthem but a baseball player is suspended because of a tweet. Looks like the First Amendment only applies in some cases.

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09/24/2016 8:02

Our Retreat From Reason

The elephant in the room, the fundamental to which we must never refer, is propensity toward criminality. It is simply a fact that blacks, and particularly young black men, engage in lawless conduct, very much including violent conduct, at rates (by percentage of population) significantly higher than do other racial or ethnic groups. This is not a matter of conjecture. Crime gets reported by victims; the police don’t invent it, they investigate it. Overwhelmingly, the victims of black crime are black people. Indeed, as Heather Mac Donald relates in her essential book, The War on Cops, only 4 percent of black homicide victims are killed in police interactions. If African-American parents were really having “the talk” that is pertinent to protecting their children, it would have to involve the reality that those children are overwhelmingly more likely to be shot by other black youths. The police are having “police involved” confrontations with young black men largely because black communities demand police protection — and understandably so.

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09/23/2016 9:39

Obama kept Pentagon in the dark on Iran payments

Excuse me? Cardin seems to suggest that the White House would call a staffer to inform them of a major shift in foreign policy. How would that conversation go? “By the way, we’re sending hundred of millions of dollars to Iran in conflict with long-standing sanctions. Can you give your boss a heads-up? Thanks, pal.” And supposedly this staffer would still have a job if he forgot to alert Cardin, right? Come on, man.

It’s pretty clear why Obama kept Congress in the dark. But why keep the Defense Department outside the loop, too? Obama picked all of the leaders at the Pentagon for these posts. Was he afraid that his appeasement policy toward Iran was so radical that it wouldn’t even pass muster with his own appointees? That’s certainly the way it looks, and it demonstrates again how ill-advised these moves are

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09/23/2016 8:27

Thought This Day Would Never Come

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09/23/2016 7:19

Our Twilight Zone Presidency

After recent terrorist attacks, Obama orders intelligence agencies to study global warming.

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09/23/2016 6:49

Some Good Advice

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09/22/2016 9:33

The 21st Century Isn't Working Out Too Well

Government report: 500,000 girls in U.S. at risk of genital mutilation.  (Guess that Hopey-Changey Thing Isn't working Out Too Well.)

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09/22/2016 9:22

Bet October Will Be Too

September is "Trump is Hitler" Month at the Washington Post

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09/22/2016 2:06

PC Corrupts Everything It Touches

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George L. Duncan
George L. Duncan