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London’s Acid Test of Diversity

Things are going smashingly well in Londonistan.

The City of London has the highest murder rate in the land. While the authorities launch investigations into pork being left at a mosque or a hijab supposedly being torn off, crime continues to rise.

Gun control has worked so wonderfully well that gun crime in London rose 42%. When gun control advocates insist that we should be more like the UK, London’s 2,544 gun crime offenses probably aren’t what they have in mind.

By Daniel Greenfield - Thursday, July 20, 2017 - Full Story

Indictments come in leaking of federal lawmaker’s sex tape

Two former employees of Virgin Islands Delegate Stacey Plaskett (D) have been charged in connection with the leaking of naked photos and videos of the congresswoman and her husband Jonathan Buckney-Small online.

Juan McCullum, who worked as general counsel for Plaskett, has been indicted by a grand jury on two counts of cyber-stalking. Dorene Browne-Louis, who worked as scheduler and administrative director for Plaskett, has been indicted on two counts of obstruction of justice but has not been accused of disseminating the stolen media.

By Matthew Vadum - Monday, July 17, 2017 - Full Story

ISIS Isn’t Going Anywhere

ISIS has been defeated. That’s the official word out of Iraq. But don’t count it out just yet.

We beat ISIS twice before. Once in its previous incarnation as Al Qaeda in Iraq and in its even earlier incarnation as Saddam Hussein’s regime whose Sunni Baathists went on to play a crucial role in ISIS.

Each time it was reborn as another murderous monstrosity.

We don’t know what the next incarnation will look like, but considering Saddam Hussein’s rape rooms, Al Qaeda in Iraq’s love of suicide bombings and ISIS taking public torture to a new level, it will be bad.

By Daniel Greenfield - Monday, July 17, 2017 - Full Story

SAF Sues Michigan Agency Over Civil Rights Violations Against Foster Parents

The Second Amendment Foundation today filed a federal lawsuit against the head of the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) on behalf of four Michigan residents, alleging civil rights violations under color of law for enforcing restrictions on the Second Amendment rights of people who want to be foster or adoptive parents.

SAF is joined in the lawsuit by William and Jill Johnson and Brian and Naomi Mason. The lawsuit, filed in U.S. District Court for the Western District of Michigan, alleges that MDHHS caseworkers told Mr. Johnson, a 100-percent disabled Marine Corps veteran who sought custody of his grandson that he would have to give the agency the serial numbers of all of his firearms. When he questioned this, the caseworkers allegedly told him, “If you want to care for your grandson you will have to give up some of your constitutional rights.” This was after the state asked the Johnsons to be foster parents to their grandson.

By Second Amendment Foundation - Monday, July 17, 2017 - Full Story

Video showing execution of ISIS monsters by Iraqi soldiers labeled ‘disturbing,’ but . . .

I can’t condone this as a disciple of Jesus Christ. Vengeance is mine, says the Lord, and that’s because He’s the one who has the right to exact it.

But I try to be nothing if not honest: I know I shouldn’t find this satisfying, but a very real part of me absolutely does. Who saw the videos of the beheadings, or of burning people alive, and didn’t quietly imagine doing the exact same thing to these beasts if given the opportunity? Not that you would, but you thought about it. And then again, maybe you absolutely would. These Iraqi soldiers got their chance, and they didn’t pass it up.

Disturbing? I guess people have to say that. I’m not sure that’s really how most people feel about this happening to the people it happened to:

By Dan Calabrese - Friday, July 14, 2017 - Full Story

NYPD Miosotis Familia Funeral Procession

Yonkers Police Department Motorcycle Unit partook in the funeral procession for Det. Familia who was assassinated while sitting in her police vehicle. Yonkers Police stand shoulder to shoulder with their brother and sister officers just to the south in mourning the loss of Det. Familia.

By News on the Net - Wednesday, July 12, 2017 - Full Story

Syrian Observatory for Human Rights: ‘confirmed information’ that ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi h

UPDATE: Syrian state TV (obviously not the most reliable source) is also confirming the kill.

According to a new Reuters report, there’s some good news in the battle against ISIS. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights is claiming that it has “confirmed information” indicating that a Russian attack killed Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.

The report came just days after the Iraqi army recaptured the last sectors of the northern Iraqi city of Mosul, which Baghdadi’s forces overran almost exactly three years ago.

Russia’s Defence Ministry said in June that it might have killed Baghdadi when one of its air strikes hit a gathering of Islamic State commanders on the outskirts of the Syrian city of Raqqa. But Washington said it could not corroborate the death and Western and Iraqi officials have been skeptical.

By Robert Laurie - Tuesday, July 11, 2017 - Full Story

NYPD officer slams Hollywood and BLM over silence on slain officer and mother

A video of a New York Police Department officer calling out Hollywood celebrities and Black Lives Matter over their silence about the murder of police Officer Miosotis Familia is going viral.

Last Wednesday, Familia, 48, was sitting in an RV-style police command post at E. 183rd St. around 12:30 a.m when ex-convict, 34-year-old Alexander Bonds, approached her unit from the passenger side window, and shot her in the head.  Police identified, and later found Bonds several blocks away, fatally shooting him after he brandished a revolver at them.—More…

By News on the Net - Tuesday, July 11, 2017 - Full Story

U.S. Army soldier charged with providing material support to ISIS

Even his lawyer doesn’t know anything about the case, by his own admission, so it’s impossible for us at this point to say who this guy is or why his loyalties have apparently shifted from Uncle Sam to Uncle Baghdadi, but one Ikaika Erik Kang - a 34-year-old air traffic controller stationed in Hawaii - is in a world of trouble:

An FBI affidavit filed in court with the criminal complaint summarized a lengthy sting operation employing several undercover agents and other “confidential human sources” who posed as Islamic State operatives and sympathizers.

As described in the affidavit, the sting drew to a climax as Kang swore a pledge of loyalty to Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, then proceeded to make training videos for the extremist group, also known as ISIS, which has seized large swaths of territory in Syria and Iraq.

By Dan Calabrese - Tuesday, July 11, 2017 - Full Story

Attacks on police are up 17 percent compared with last year

It hasn’t been as much in the news this year, so you might be under the impression that attacks against police officers are down - and maybe that the cultural hostility we saw over the past couple of years toward police has died down. I wish I could tell you that was true, but it’s not.

Last week’s murder of New York City Ofc. Miosotis Familia did not break a trend toward peace. As Scott Erickson of Americans in Support of Law Enforcement reports, it continued a trend that sees cops even more frequently targeted by rage-driven killers, many of whom simply hate them because they’re following a cultural fad that encourages them to do so:

On Wednesday morning, NYPD Officer Miosotis Familia was slain by a lone gunman as she sat in full uniform in a marked patrol vehicle, victimized simply because of her chosen profession.

By Dan Calabrese - Monday, July 10, 2017 - Full Story

Manhattan liberals helped make a cop-killer

On June 30, Manhattan district attorney Cyrus R. Vance Jr. (D) announced that prosecutors in his office would be instructed to stop enforcing the law against subway fare evasion. Instead, he announced, they would “divert” such thieves to community service programs.

It’s not as if Vance is enforcing the law now: only one in four fare-beaters gets served anything other than a civil summons and a fine. Of the 25 percent who are arrested, only a fraction are convicted. So why is Vance making such a big deal about prosecuting even fewer criminals for this crime?

The answer lies in the sleazy arithmetic of the anti-incarceration movement. Vance’s decision to intentionally refuse to enforce the law (even more than it is not being enforced already) is part of the politically powerful, bipartisan movement against the imaginary plague of “over-incarceration.”

By BombThrowers -- Tina Trent- Monday, July 10, 2017 - Full Story

It takes a village to kill a cop…

Repeat offender Alexander Bonds pulled the trigger that killed NYPD Officer Miosotis Familia, but he didn’t get there alone. Throughout his life, Bonds was abetted by judges and other people in government who did everything in their power to keep him out of prison, no matter what he did to deserve being in prison.

They also gave him unknown quantities of tax dollars to subsidize his criminal lifestyle, pried from hard-working citizens and their families. That’s a story nobody ever tells.

Only Alexander Bonds knows how many crimes Alexander Bonds committed before stepping up to a police truck and assassinating Officer Familia. Few in the media seem interested in even trying to piece together his criminal record. Bonds used multiple aliases. His sealed juvenile record indicates he was committing crimes prior to 2001.

By BombThrowers -- Tina Trent- Sunday, July 9, 2017 - Full Story

Crush Jihadists in Syria; then focus on restoring Middle East peace

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Anyone who argues that the United States ought to get deeply involved in the civil war in Syria ought to have his head examined.

There is no easy answer for that quagmire.  If there was, the strongmen in Tehran and Moscow wouldn’t stand by and let responsible nations implement them.

That is not say that the U.S. should sheepishly acknowledge Assad’s dictatorial, genocidal regime.  As a matter of policy, Washington should reject the legitimacy of the government in Damascus.  But we shouldn’t forcibly attempt to enforce the policy. 
We also shouldn’t do nothing.

By James Jay Carafano - Saturday, July 8, 2017 - Full Story

Are you ready for Juice on the loose?

It’s true if you look at it in a vacuum. Almost no one actually serves close to a decade on a robbery conviction. Assuming good behavior in prison and whatever else, the robber is almost certainly paroled inside of five years. That would suggest that a certain Nevada inmate should have been out around 2012 or 2013.

But does anyone not understand why he’s still locked up? Hint: It’s for a reason the law says you’re not even supposed to consider, but that you know darn well is front and center in the minds of every parole board member:

Retired Clark County DA David Roger, who won convictions against Simpson in 2008 for robbery and kidnapping, said the disgraced grid star has done enough time rotting inside a Nevada prison cell.

By Dan Calabrese - Friday, July 7, 2017 - Full Story

Two more weirdos arrested for threatening violence against Republicans

I think the guy on the right kind of looks like Max Gale of Barney Miller fame. The guy on the right just looks like an idiot, but then the look in the eyes is mere confirmation when you know what he was up to earlier in the day:

The Pima County Sheriff’s office confirmed that Mark Prichard, 59, was arrested on Thursday at Flake’s Tucson office.

According to an aide to Flake, Prichard told a staffer:

“You know how liberals are going to solve the Republican problem? ... They are going to get better aim. That last guy tried, but he needed better aim. We will get better aim.”

By Dan Calabrese - Friday, July 7, 2017 - Full Story

Phoenix PD Bans Officers from Asking About Immigration Status, Calling Feds in Violation of State La

Police officials in Arizona’s largest city have quietly implemented a new policy banning officers from contacting the feds after arresting an illegal alien and forbidding them from asking about immigration status, in violation of key provisions of a state law upheld by the U.S. Supreme Court. Judicial Watch obtained a copy of the Phoenix Police Department’s new sanctuary Immigration Procedures, which also replace the term “illegal alien” with “a person unlawfully present.” It appears to be part of a broader scheme to dodge federal immigration laws in Arizona’s most populous county.

Earlier this year Judicial Watch reported that the newly elected sheriff in Maricopa County, which includes Phoenix, was releasing an average of 400 criminal illegal immigrants every 10 days. Many of them were violent offenders, but the sheriff, Paul Penzone, released them from Maricopa County Jail facilities, to protect them from deportation. The illegal aliens had state criminal charges ranging from misdemeanors to felonies, driving under the influence and drug offenses. “There’s no telling how many criminals he’s (Sheriff Penzone) putting on the streets,” a high-ranking federal law enforcement official stationed in Arizona told Judicial Watch. Under a longtime partnership between the county and the feds, the Phoenix field office of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) was notified when “aliens unlawfully present with additional Arizona charges” were released from the Maricopa County Jail, which is one of the nation’s largest with a population of about 8,000. That ended when Penzone, who refers to illegal immigrants as “guests,” took office this year.—More…

By Judicial Watch - Friday, July 7, 2017 - Full Story

Liberal columnist claims his life was in danger during traffic stop . . . until cops release video

There’s a massive outbreak of police violence against civilians, especially black civilians. That’s what you’ve heard, right? Colin Kaepernick says it. The Washington Post says it. Must be true, since you hear it all the time.

What you rarely hear with these stirring tales is any rebuttal from the police. The people making the claims are sure they were mistreated, and they’re sure that whatever procedure was used on them was brutish and horrible and impossible to justify in any way. Of course, most of these people have no training in police procedure and really have no idea why a certain thing was done.

Also, sometimes when people tell this hair-raising stories, they’re just lying. They have an ideological agenda, or they want attention for themselves, or they just hate the police. Whatever the reason, they lie. And the liars usually figure the police will not come forward with evidence to refute their lies. But sometimes they’re surprised, as was the case with liberal columnist Bill Clark of the Columbia Daily Tribune after he wrote this piece of garbage.

By Dan Calabrese - Thursday, July 6, 2017 - Full Story

Muslim “Refugee” Called Integration Success—Then Slit His Boss’s Throat

You can’t make this stuff up. In a news article, migrant hair stylist Mohammad Hussain Rashwani was hailed as a shining example of integration in Germany. Ten months later, which was just a few days ago, an article bore the headline, “Herzberg: Syrian hairstylist slits boss’s throat.”

Yeah, it was Mohammad.

He apparently didn’t go the full Mohammad, since his boss is still alive. But here’s the title and crux of the first piece:

By Selwyn Duke - Tuesday, July 4, 2017 - Full Story

Illegalophilia and Islamophilia

When Nabra Hassanen was killed by Darwin Martinez Torres, the media rushed to blame Islamophobia and Trump. The truth was simpler. It was the left’s own Illegalophilia that killed the Muslim teenager.

Torres, an illegal alien from El Salvador, had no interest in Hassanen’s religion. He got into an altercation with her friends. Hassanen happened to be the one he caught when her friends left her behind.

The murder happened in Fairfax County.

Earlier this year, Fairfax County Chief of Police Ed Roessler had assured illegal aliens that they had nothing to worry about. The police were not going to do anything about them until they killed someone.

By Daniel Greenfield - Thursday, June 29, 2017 - Full Story

Egyptian police become terrorists: Attack Christianity

Local police serving the Islamic deep state

At 2 am on Friday, June 16—just 20 days after the Al Minya Coptic bus attack by terrorists from Libya—Christians of Bani Sweef province (Al Minya governorate) faced flagrant degradation of law and order when local police in the small town of Saft Al Kharsa broke into the Coptic Orthodox social services center and desecrated the building. The non-operational three-story center was already shut down by the government for no reason.

Sometime before the police struck, 50 Christian families still in mourning from the Libyan terror attack were granted by the state a special security clearance for bus “victims” to temporarily reopen the building and celebrate a mass there in memory of one child and six adults lost in the gun battle. Soon after, the building reverted to its forced obsolescence.

In the early morning hours of June 16, the Egyptian police forced down the door of the vacated Coptic Orthodox social services building and ransacked the interior. Grabbing up sacred utensils, pictures, holy books, and furnishings to toss in the middle of the road, police then re-padlocked the door and placed guards before the emptied building.

By Dr. Ashraf Ramelah - Tuesday, June 27, 2017 - Full Story