PM Netanyahu’s Statement Following Last Night’s Navy Action
By News on the Net Monday, June 29, 2015
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, this morning (Monday, 29 June 2015), issued the following statement:
“I would like to commend the sailors and commanders of the Israel Navy for their determined and efficient action in detaining the passengers on the ship that tried to reach the Gaza coast in contravention of the law. This flotilla is nothing but a demonstration of hypocrisy and lies that is only assisting the Hamas terrorist organization and ignores all of the horrors in our region. Preventing entry by sea was done in accordance with international law and even received backing from a committee of the UN Secretary General.
WDCX radio launches ‘Props to Cops’ campaign
By Arthur Weinreb Friday, June 26, 2015
WDCX is a Christian radio station, part of the Crawford Broadcasting Company. The station broadcasts on FM 99.5 and AM 970 in Buffalo, New York, as well as on AM 990 in Rochester. The station covers much of Western New York as well as parts of Pennsylvania and Southern Ontario including the Greater Toronto Area.
During the month of July, WDCX and the Crawford Broadcasting Company will be running a “Props to Cops” campaign. Businesses that agree to take part in the endeavour will offer discounts to police and other law enforcement officials in the United States and Canada as a way of thanking the men and women of law enforcement for the work they do. Participating businesses will then be promoted on the station’s local programming.
A Russian Link to the Charleston Massacre?
By Cliff Kincaid Wednesday, June 24, 2015
The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), treated by the media as an objective source of information on right-wing “hate” groups, sent an email message to its supporters on Monday declaring evidence that the Charleston church shooter was “connected to [a] worldwide white supremacist movement.” This seemed like a big discovery. After all, the shooter, Dylann Roof, had declared in his alleged manifesto, that “We have no skinheads, no real KKK, no one doing anything but talking on the Internet,” when it came to racist support groups for his planned massacre of black people. The drug-abusing 21-year-old was complaining about a lack of organized support for his views.
Is Obama Supporting a Shiite ISIS?
By Daniel Greenfield Tuesday, June 23, 2015
Staff Sgt. Ahmed Altaie was the last American soldier to come home from Iraq. His body was turned over by Asaib Ahl al-Haq or The League of the Righteous; a Shiite terrorist group funded and trained by Iran.
Altaie had been kidnapped, held for ransom and then killed.
Vandalism of Veterans Historic Property is Heartbreaking
By Robert L. Rosebrock Tuesday, June 23, 2015
LOS ANGELES – A senseless act of unthinkable vandalism has desecrated sacred Veteran history and it’s heartbreaking.
At the south entry gate of the Los Angeles Veterans Home (Los Angeles VA) there are two majestic columns that have historic plaques dating more than 125 years signifying the legend of LA’s original National Soldiers Home permanently established in 1888 that welcomed Civil War Veterans of the Grand Army of the Republic to live on these sacred grounds.
Church Shooting Deaths Have Black Woman Calling for Race War
By Jerry McConnell Monday, June 22, 2015
When will the citizens of the United States start demanding that Obama be impeached to end the absolute lawlessness of his Administration and curb the resulting deaths that have become so prevalent? His refusal to take any positive action when tragedies occur lead to more wrong moves when he allows his administrators to un-enforce our valid laws.
Islamic Hate for the Christian Cross
By Raymond Ibrahim Sunday, June 21, 2015
Last May in Italy, a Muslim boy of African origin beat a 12-year-old girl during school because she was wearing a crucifix around her neck. The African schoolboy, who had only started to attend the school approximately three weeks earlier, began to bully the Christian girl—“insulting her and picking on her in other ways all because she was wearing the crucifix”—before he finally “punched the girl violently in the back.”
The Myth of Muslim Radicalization
By Daniel Greenfield Saturday, June 20, 2015
After some of its quarter of a million Muslims headed to join ISIS, Quebec decided the answer was a $2 million anti-radicalization center headed by a specialist in cultural sensitivity. But if you’re about to be beheaded by a masked ISIS Jihadist, a specialist in cultural sensitivity isn’t going to help you much.
Western governments nevertheless keep rolling out their culturally sensitive approaches to fighting ISIS.
Carraway Demotion is Hope for Future TSA Accountability
By Michael R. Shannon Friday, June 19, 2015
You missed out on last summer’s viral social exhibitionism craze and never got around to scheduling an Ice Bucket Challenge, but you have no intention of making that mistake twice. So you’ve already started planning a Let’s Draw Mohammed contest. No need for ice this time, but there is the question of what organization will handle screening the attendees?
RAND Expert: American Ground Forces Needed Against the Islamic State
By Sierra Rayne Friday, June 19, 2015
“This article explains why US ground forces are not just a better option than the ISF [Iraqi Security Forces], but absolutely necessary for achieving US policy objectives against the Islamic State,” argues David Johnson (US Army, Ret.)—a senior historian at the RAND Corporation—in a special commentary article from the current issue of US Army War College Quarterly: Parameters.
National Defense Briefs - June 18, 2015
By W. Thomas Smith Jr. Thursday, June 18, 2015
National Defense Briefs is a series aimed at informing readers with timely U.S. military and homeland security news updates, trends, definitions, and short commentaries. Canada Free Press highlights the “National Defense Briefs” that matter.
Breaking: South Carolina shooter, Dylann Storm Roof, captured
By Robert Laurie Thursday, June 18, 2015
A host of sources are now reporting that Dlyann Storm Roof, the shooter in the Charleston South Carolina church shooting, has been arrested in Shebly, North Carolina.
Horror: Man walks into prayer meeting at African-American church in Charleston, S.C., kills 9
By Dan Calabrese Thursday, June 18, 2015
I don’t even know what to say in the course of presenting news like this. I suppose we just wait to learn what - if anything - might have been the motivation of the 21-year-old mass murderer. We don’t know if he knew anyone there or had any sort of connection to the church or the pastor. We don’t even know who he is, at least not for sure, as he remains at large. We just know he walked in and opened fire, and now nine people are dead, including the pastor, who was also a South Carolina state senator.
White Man kills 9 at Black Church
By News on the Net Thursday, June 18, 2015
- The white gunman opened fire at the historic Emanuel AME church in Charleston, South Carolina killing nine people
- He let one woman escape so she could tell the world what happened while a child survived by playing dead
- Charleston Police say the gunman is still at large and released CCTV images of him to try to track him down
- Police chief Gregory Mullen confirmed there were nine fatalities at the church in the city’s downtown
- Mullen also said he believes the shooting was a hate crime, he said there are survivors but has not given a number
- Among the dead is Rev. Clementa Pinckney, pastor of the church and a South Car
Drone strike kills Al Qaeda’s No 2 in command
By Dan Calabrese Tuesday, June 16, 2015
It seems like we get these number two guys a lot, but in fairness, we did get that number one guy some time back. Even so, the more dead Al Qaeda the better. So nice job, America, and no apologies for the use of the drone.