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An Anti-Semitic Allahu Akbar in Amsterdam

An Anti-Semitic Allahu Akbar in Amsterdam

Amsterdam’s HaCarmel restaurant sits between two other restaurants. The Jewish kosher eatery whose big blue sign boasts fish, meat and vegetarian options is sandwiched between a sidewalk café with its inevitable Heineken umbrellas on one corner of Amstelveenseweg and an ice cream place on the other corner. There’s an Italian restaurant across the street with some very nice front windows.

If the Muslim refugee had wanted to smash up any eatery, he had plenty of options. But he went to the Kosher restaurant. Inside were wooden chairs, white tablecloths and red roses. Outside came the guttural shriek of, “Allahu Akbar.” This was the battle cry with which Mohammed had inaugurated his massacre and enslavement of the Jews. The cuisine inside HaCarmel is Middle Eastern, but the attack showed why there are few Jews (or Christians) left in the Middle East outside Israel.

The Amsterdam cops had plenty of warning. The “Palestinian” was wearing a Keffiyah on his head, waving a large PLO flag in one hand and brandishing a club in the other while shouting, “Allahu akbar.”

By Daniel Greenfield - Thursday, December 14, 2017 - Full Story

New York: Suicide bomber survives, is in police custody

New York: Suicide bomber survives, is in police custody
By now, you’ve most likely seen the news. This morning, a man in New York strapped a bomb to himself and entered one of the city’s busiest transit locations, intending to detonate the device when the hub was at capacity.  According to various reports, the device didn’t work properly and went off early.  While four people were wounded, there were no fatalities due to the mis-timed explosion.

I guess this is the new - and infuriating - definition of “lucky.”

According to the New York Times, the terrorist survived the blast and is in custody.

By Robert Laurie - Monday, December 11, 2017 - Full Story

Port Authority explosion reports prompt police response in New York City

Police are responding to reports of an explosion near New York City’s Port Authority during Monday morning’s rush hour, prompting evacuations on multiple subway lines.

NYPD and the FDNY confirmed to Fox News they are investigating reports of an explosion “of an unknown origin” near 42nd Street and Eighth Avenue. Police tweeted A, C, E subways lines are being evacuated.—More…


By Fox News - Monday, December 11, 2017 - Full Story

FBI takes the gloves off with Antifa

FBI takes the gloves off with Antifa

Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) director Christopher Wray announced on November 30 that the FBI is launching an investigation into those motivated to commit acts of violence by the violent leftist movement called Antifa (or “anti-fascist action”).

The FBI’s decision to investigate Antifa’s terrorist actions is a welcome change.

As conservative author Trevor Loudon noted in our film America Under: Siege: Antifa, released earlier this year and embedded below, law enforcement has often allowed Antifa protesters to commit acts of violence against those that Antifa thugs deem “fascist.”

By BombThrowers -- Jacob Grandstaff- Wednesday, December 6, 2017 - Full Story


BELLEVUE, WA – Today’s passage of concealed carry reciprocity legislation by the U.S. House of Representatives is a victory for American gun owners and the Second Amendment, the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms said.

H.R. 38 was passed by the House and now moves to the U.S. Senate for debate and action.

By CCRKBA - Wednesday, December 6, 2017 - Full Story

Want to Understand Trump’s Travel Ban?—Take One Good Look at Europe

Trump's Travel Ban

We live in a day when good sound reasoning has taken a permanent sabbatical to the land of PC fantasy. MSM, Democrats and liberals and well over half of academia’s darlings have chosen to abide where truth never darkens the door.

This condition is best illustrated by President Trump’s recent retweet of videos posted by a British nationalist who stands against the Islamisation of the United Kingdom, which clearly show Muslims in acts of serious violent crimes.

One video shows Muslims beating up a crippled Dutch boy who needed crutches to walk. Another video captures a Muslim smashing a religious icon held in high regard by the Catholics.

By Rev. Michael Bresciani - Tuesday, December 5, 2017 - Full Story


National Instant Check System
BELLEVUE, WA – When Congress considers legislation, possibly this week, to “fix” the National Instant Check System (NICS), it should also adopt amendments that will cut down on false positives and make other changes to prevent unwarranted denials, the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms said today.

“We’re calling it the ‘Fix the Fix NICS’ bill,” said CCRKBA Chairman Alan Gottlieb, “because these amendments will make this legislation better.”

Remembering victims of serial killer nurse Elizabeth Wettlaufer

Remembering victims of serial killer nurse Elizabeth Wettlaufer
Ten years ago, in December of 2007, Maurice “Moe” Granat was living in the Caressant Care nursing home in Woodstock, Ontario. Granat was 85, a father of two, grandfather of five and great grandfather of eleven. Friends and family were planning to take Moe home for Christmas, but he never made it.

On December 22, 2007, registered nurse Elizabeth Wettlaufer gave Maurice Granat an injection she explained as a “vitamin shot,” but was actually an overdose of insulin, which Canadian Frederick Banting had created to save lives. Moe died the next day but he was not the nurse’s first victim.

Elizabeth Tracy Mae Wettlaufer hailed from Woodstock and came to work at Caressant Care in 2007. There Wettlaufer overdosed Clotilde Adriano and Albina Demedeiros but both survived. The nurse decided to keep on trying.

By Lloyd Billingsley - Saturday, December 2, 2017 - Full Story

San Francisco jury sends a message: No justice

San Francisco jury sends a message: No justice
Before a San Francisco jury let Kate Steinle’s killer go free yesterday, her family announced that they planned to stop speaking publicly about the case.

“We just want to get this over with and move on with our lives, and think about Kate on our terms. Nothing’s been on our terms. It’s been on everyone else’s terms,” Jim Steinle told a San Francisco Chronicle reporter in a pre-verdict interview.

The choice to stop talking to the media would be understandable for the family of any murder victim but more so when the crime has become a symbol of other conflicts. Steinle’s murder attracted national attention when it was revealed that her killer was a five-times deported illegal alien and seven-times convicted felon who had recently been freed from prison instead of deported a sixth time, thanks to San Francisco’s “sanctuary city” policies.

How to Raise a Serial Killer!

How to Raise a Serial Killer!
Recently, Tampa authorities announced the arrest of a serial killer that had almost kept the Seminole Heights neighborhood hostage for 51 days and had killed four innocent Tampa residents. Officials have the gun that was used in all four killings and the killer admitted to owning the weapon. The Tampa Police Chief Brian Dugan declared, “I assure you this is the man who did this.” However, the killer did not admit the killings nor is there a motive at this time.

What many authorities overlook is that evil people don’t need a motive. They do evil because they are evil. Often, they think they are doing the world a favor by eliminating prostitutes, politicians, or perceived threats to the killer or to society. 

While it is always shocking to learn of serial killings, they are going on all the time–usually done by men with women as their victims. Serial killers have an average I.Q. of 94.5; however, they come from all segments of society, even medical doctors.

By Dr. Don Boys - Saturday, December 2, 2017 - Full Story


BELLEVUE, WA – The Second Amendment Foundation has filed a lawsuit against the State of California challenging the newest regulations on so-called “assault weapons” and alleging that, as promulgated, they violate the state Administrative Procedures Act. The suit is Holt et. al. v. Becerra et. al.

Joining SAF are the Calguns Foundation, Firearms Policy Coalition, Firearms Policy Foundation and several individual California citizens. Named as defendants are state Attorney General Xavier Becerra, the California Department of Justice, along with Stephen Lindley, chief of the Department of Justice Bureau of Firearms; Debra M. Cornez, director of the Office of Administrative Law and Betty T. Yee, California state controller.

By Second Amendment Foundation - Thursday, November 30, 2017 - Full Story

Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act On The Move

Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act On The Move
The U.S. House Judiciary Committee began markup today on H.R. 38, the Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act of 2017. The act may pass to the House floor as quickly as early next week. This important act would preserve your right to bear arms as you travel across state lines, and protect you from the current patchwork of varying state laws that can result in licensed owners unintentionally violating the law and suffering dire legal consequences. Your voice is needed now!

By CCRKBA - Thursday, November 30, 2017 - Full Story

The War on Terrorism in Sinai: A Watershed?

The Rawda mosque, after a gun and bombing attack. November 25, 2017 -- Photo: STR / AFP
The November 24, 2017 attack on al-Rawda mosque in Bir al-Abed in the northern part of the Sinai Peninsula, apparently by Wilayat Sinai, a proxy of the Islamic State (ISIS) in Egypt, was the most deadly terrorist attack Egypt has ever known, killing more than 300 civilians and wounding over 100. Beyond the unusual scope of casualties, it was also unusual in its target: Salafi jihadist Sunnis massacring Sunni worshippers of the Sufi branch of Islam. Along with the profound shock felt in Egypt since the attack is the question whether Egypt’s overall policy on terrorism will now change, or if the Egyptian regime, which tends to view Sinai as the state’s backyard, will make do with a routine military response, i.e., aerial bombings, symbolic beefing up of forces, and a harsher stance toward the local population suspected of cooperation with Wilayat Sinai.

By INSS -- Yoram Schweitzer, Ofir Winter- Wednesday, November 29, 2017 - Full Story

ISIS kills nearly 200 in attack on Egyptian mosque

ISIS kills nearly 200 in attack on Egyptian mosque
ISIS hasn’t enjoyed many strategic victories lately, and like many murderous outfits who are losing their position and their influence, they appear to have resorted to simply killing wherever they can just to remind everyone that they haven’t yet disappeared and that they’re still lethal.

This morning that cost nearly 200 Egyptians their lives:

By Dan Calabrese - Friday, November 24, 2017 - Full Story

German police arrest 6 men, posing as refugees, who planned to carry out a Christmas terror attack

German police arrest 6 men, posing as refugees, who planned to carry out a Christmas terror attack
Last December, Germany was rocked when a semi plowed into a crowded Christmas market in Berlin. 12 people were killed, dozens more were injured. The attack was eerily reminiscent of the Nice truck attack, and was eventually determined to have been carried out by a Tunisian asylum seeker on behalf of ISIS.

Angela Merkel (who many believe to be responsible for Germany’s immigration crisis) took a hit in the polls, but it wasn’t enough to derail her political fortunes.  She was elected to a fourth term in September.  At the moment, she’s in political hot water. So, the thought of yet another terror attack tied to the refugee crisis must fill her with dread.

By Robert Laurie - Wednesday, November 22, 2017 - Full Story

VIDEO: Perp thinks he’s pretty funny dancing during arrest . . until cops send in the dog

VIDEO: Perp thinks he's pretty funny dancing during arrest . . until cops send in the dog, Bad guy boogie
I know this one feels kind of clickbaity, but I offer two defenses of myself: 1) Having reached the very mature age of 51 about 10 hours ago, I’ll decide what’s postworthy, thank you very much; 2) I actually see something serious and noteworthy in this. There’s a segment of the population that’s developed such a caustic antipathy toward police that they actually think it’s pretty damn funny to taunt the cops like this. Be a hero on Twitter by dancing for the cops while they’re trying to arrest you! Impress your friends!

The only problem is the little yelp at the end as the dog is sinking its teeth into his leg. I don’t think that was supposed to be a part of the performance:

By Dan Calabrese - Friday, November 17, 2017 - Full Story

Woman with warrants draws attention to herself, thinks it’s an abuse that she got arrested

Woman with warrants draws attention to herself, thinks it's an abuse that she got arrested
The right thing to do if you have warrants is to turn yourself in to the cops and deal with whatever the issue is. But if your objective is to avoid the issue rather than dealing with it honestly, it’s generally considered smart not to draw attention to yourself, especially on the roads where traffic patrols might notice you.

But what’s a Trump-hating citizen to do when she feels an overwhelming need to let the world know how much she hates our president, and to do so in the crudest possible terms? You can’t become a hero on Twitter by hiding out in the shadows!

By Dan Calabrese - Friday, November 17, 2017 - Full Story


BELLEVUE, WA – The horrible truth emerging in the aftermath of the Rancho Tehama Reserve rampage is that California’s legal system and restrictive gun control laws failed miserably, allowing killer Kevin Neal to remain loose and commit mass mayhem, the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms said today.

“After Assistant Sheriff Phil Johnston’s acknowledgement that his department knew, or at least suspected, that Neal had firearms in violation of a court order and did not take proactive steps, it is clear that the legal system in Tehama County, if not the entire state, is a train wreck,” said CCRKBA Chairman Alan Gottlieb. “Johnston’s revelation that Neal had four guns illegally, and that he was able to manufacture two rifles at home prove that the state’s Draconian gun control laws are a joke to be laughed at by any criminal or crazy person who wants a gun.”

By CCRKBA - Thursday, November 16, 2017 - Full Story

Multiple Dead in California School Shooting

Shooting near California elementary school leaves several dead, children wounded

—Fox: Editor’s note: An earlier version of this story incorrectly stated that two children were among the four dead. Two children were wounded, but are being treated for their injuries.

Four people were shot and killed Tuesday morning when a gunman opened fire at multiple “random” locations in Northern California — including near an elementary school, authorities said.—More…

At Least 3 Dead In Rancho Tehama Shooting At Home, School; Shooter Killed


RED BLUFF (CBS13) – At least three people are dead after a shooting at Rancho Tehama Tuesday morning.

Authorities tell KHSL they responded to a report of shots fired at the Rancho Tehama Reserve south of Red Bluff around 8 a.m.—More…

3 dead, shooter killed near Tehama County school

Multiple shots fired at school northwest of Chico, assistant sheriff says

Three people were killed in a shooting Tuesday morning that started at a home and moved to an elementary school in Tehama County, and the shooter was also killed by law enforcement, the sheriff’s department said.

Multiple shots were fired about 8 a.m. at Rancho Tehama School on the outskirts of Corning, northwest of Chico, Assistant Sheriff Phil Johnston said.—More…

Several dead, children wounded in shooting near California elementary school

Three people were shot and killed Tuesday when a shooter opened fire near a Northern California elementary school, authorities said.

The shooting was reported near Rancho Tehama Elementary school as some parents were dropping off their children. The shooter was killed by police officers after he also wounded children at the school, however, it was unclear if the shooting happened on school ground.—More…

By News on the Net - Tuesday, November 14, 2017 - Full Story

Victims at First Baptist Church in Texas, Not Just Murdered - They Were Martyred

Victims at First Baptist Church in Texas, Not Just Murdered - They Were Martyred
Many Americans especially Christians are now struggling to wrap their minds around the horrific slaughter of worshipers from the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs, Texas.

While it cannot bring back a single soul, nor will it alleviate all the suffering of the wounded, this writer, at last was able to see this as something more than just another act of terrorism with the help of two people I know.

By Rev. Michael Bresciani - Friday, November 10, 2017 - Full Story