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Paris: The Louvre Targeted By A Muslim Terrorist

 The Louvre in Paris is one of the most famous art museums in the world, the home of priceless works of art and culture. It’s an historic landmark as well as a huge sanctuary that dates back to the 12th century for some of the finest creative effo…

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Inexperienced president building inexperienced National Security Council

One of the reasons we were told to vote for Donald Trump last year was that he wasn’t your typical politician; in fact, he wasn’t a politician at all. His political inexperience would give America a president that truly reflected…

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Trump’s Immigration Order ≠ Hitler

From Bookworm Room. Long and well worth your time. The Progressives on my real-me Facebook feed are having a collective mental collapse in response to President Trump’s new immigration order. Typically, their behavior is predicated, not upon actual facts, but upon media propaganda and their own factual and historic ignorance. This post will rebut the […]

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Video Saturday

So, it’s Saturday. How about a video round up, of some others views. Let’s start with Pat Condell   A bit harshly stated, perhaps, but I can’t say that I disagree with him. The Right Angle guys have something to say, as well.   And a bit on fake news, and where it comes from. […]

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Once More Into the Breach, Dear Friends?

We have spent most of last week trying to explain to Europe why we are quite happy with the election of Donald Trump. As I reflect on what we have said, and read, it struck me that one cannot understand this intellectually. At one point I was asked if I identify as Anglo-Saxon. Well in […]

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After UN resolution and Kerry speech, is Obama saving Israel’s worst for last?

Obama rejected long-established U.S. policy last week when he allowed the UN Security Council to gang up on Israel. Using a document created by John Kerry and Susan Rice, the council voted 14-0 in favor of a resolution that Obama…

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Lawsuit blames social media for ISIS and Pulse Nightclub shooting

When it comes to Islamic extremist groups such as ISIS, liberals are full of it—I mean, full of theories as to the origins of the terrorist organization and why they have been motivated to murder thousands upon thousands of innocent…

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Microsoft and NatGeo push LGBT and other leftist propaganda for Christmas

It’s Christmas! A time to celebrate the hope for “peace on earth” and “good will towards men” through the birth of the Son of God–Jesus Christ. That is, unless you’re Microsoft or National Geographic Magazine. For Microsoft, it a time…

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Germans Leaving Germany ‘In Droves’

I’ve been seeing stuff like this off and on most of the year and I see no reason to believe it isn’t true. After all, America got its big surge of German immigrants when the King of Prussia decided to force a merger of the Lutheran and Reformed churches in Germany. From Gatestone Institute … […]

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Congressman with ties to Nation of Islam wants DNC job

In the postmortem of a very disappointing election, Democrats are taking steps to re-create their party as they prepare for a very gloomy-looking future. But if you think that means they will work on becoming the more-inclusive party they always…

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What Christians believe

This is from a talk entitled What Christians Believe, by G.K. Chesterton. It became Chapter 11 in Mere Christianity. As usual, it sums things up very well. And yes, it is one of my favorite books on Christianity. Continue reading What Christians believe . . . → Read More: What Christians believe

The Real Drivers in this Election

Bookworm posted yesterday about how polarized this election has become. It’s something we’ve all noticed, although most of us haven’t thought about it, or how we got here. Here’s some of it. A Progressive friend is relentlessly pushing “Trump is awful” stories on me. I, a conservative, invariably counter by pointing out that Hillary’s list of […]

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The “refugee” agenda

Lately, news outlets can barely keep pace with “Muslims killing or attempting to kill Americans” stories. Arcan Cetin, a 20-year-old Muslim male, just killed five Americans at a mall in Seattle; Ahmad Khan Rahami, a 28-year-old Muslim male is in…

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Of Danegeld and Iranians

From Fortune Magazine The controversial $400 million payment that the U.S. sent to Iran in January, just as four American hostages were released—a planeload of Euros, Swiss Francs and other currencies—was only the first of three American cash deliveries to the country, the Obama administration reportedly told lawmakers on Tuesday. During the 19 days following […]

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Too much zeal?

“Surtout, pas de zele” is attributed to the French statesman, Talleyrand, who managed in turn to serve the French revolutionaries, Napoleon and the restored Bourbon monarchs; it is little wonder that when he died during a conference on the future of Belgium, the Austrian Chancellor, Metternich, is supposed to have commented: ‘I wonder what he […]

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Kerry to media: Stop reporting on terrorism so I can fix global warming

During a recent speech given in Bangladesh by Secretary of State John Kerry, he told the audience that terrorist attacks such as the July 1 attack in the Bangladesh city of Dhaka would be less frequent if the media would…

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Who should rule Syria? Nobody

Here’s a bit of common sense: The long civil war in Syria is still far from conclusion. Any real possibility of rebel victory ended with the entry of Russian forces last autumn — but while the initiative is now with the Assad regime, the government’s forces are also far from a decisive breakthrough. So who, […]

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Why We Hate You: Guest Post by ISIL

Seems to be a lot of discussion about this. How about we simply do them the courtesy to read what they say. They’re not, after all, hiding it. Shortly following the blessed attack on a sodomite, Crusader nightclub by the mujahid Omar Mateen, American politicians were quick to jump into the spotlight and denounce the […]

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Gays, the Left, Terrorism, and a bit on Oil

We’ve been talking most of the week about gays and conservatives, in a political context. You can find those articles here, here, and here. And yes, I am always very grateful when Jessica chimes in on these matters, I’m an old fuddy-duddy sometimes and a younger (and female, not to mention British) perspective helps quite […]

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Critics of “Gays for Trump” Party Miss the Point |

An interesting follow-on from the GOP convention, and many bad things happening in the world. Gay rights activists have not traditionally found a political home on the right. Yet gay activist and alternative-right icon Milo Yiannopoulus wants to change that, arguing that while the Republican party may not love homosexuality, Islam wants gays dead, and […]

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