Pro-Crime Policies Work
By News on the Net Friday, May 29, 2015
Despite a generation in which radical anti-crime policies such as enforcing the law and locking up criminals slashed murder rates, there’s still plenty of debate over whether anti-crime policies work.
But no one can argue over whether pro-crime policies work.
Coptic Solidarity Conference - 100 Years Later: Middle Eastern Christians Face Another Genocide
By Christian Newswire Tuesday, May 26, 2015
WASHINGTON—As the world commemorates the centennial of the Armenian Genocide, Coptic Solidarity will host our 6th Annual Conference in Washington, DC - June 11-12th. The conference theme is 100 Year Later: Middle Eastern Christians Face Another Genocide, focusing on the fate of Christians and other minorities in the same region currently.
De-Islamization is the Only Way to Fight ISIS
By Daniel Greenfield Saturday, May 23, 2015
Obama can’t defeat ISIS with soft power, though ISIS could beat him with soft power assuming its Caliph ever decided to agree to sit down at a table with John Kerry without beheading him. Iran has picked up billions in sanctions relief and the right to take over Yemen and raid ships in international waters in the Persian Gulf just for agreeing to listen to Kerry talk for an hour.
Ferguson Rent-A-Mobs Exposed
By Matthew Vadum Tuesday, May 19, 2015
ACORN’s successor group in Missouri has been paying protesters $5,000 a month to generate civil unrest in Ferguson, the troubled St. Louis suburb where black youth Michael Brown was killed by a white police officer last August.
We know this because some of the protesters haven’t been paid and, now, they are demanding what they were promised. They held a sit-in at the offices of Missourians Organizing for Reform and Empowerment (MORE) and posted a demand letter online.
Pope ‘canonizes’ Abbas as ‘angel of peace’, betraying Iraqi nuns
By A. Dru Kristenev Monday, May 18, 2015
Abandoning his own constituents, Pope Francis has embraced the divisive, terror-backed Palestinian Authority with a treaty recognizing its (nonexistent) statehood and an open-armed welcome of Mahmoud Abbas, P.A. leader, as an “angel of peace.” With this action, the pope iced the cake of tumultuous Middle East politics by celebrating a condoner of ISIS that continues to persecute members of his own Catholic flock in Syria and Iraq.
Iraqi troops drop weapons and flee as ISIS takes Ramadi
By Dan Calabrese Monday, May 18, 2015
Even as U.S. Special Forces had just taken out a major ISIS commander in Syria, the people of Ramadi have now become the latest witnesses to what happens when the United States fights a battle in a half-hearted manner. We lose, and when the enemy is a sadistic group of monsters like ISIS, our allies pay a horrifically high price.
Reports overnight are that Ramadi, a crucial city in the Anbar province and a strategic part of the gateway to Baghdad, has now fallen to ISIS:
Self Policing Isn’t Being Anti-Police
By Nadra Enzi Sunday, May 17, 2015
Policing ourselves is the sane response to state-mandated mass hypnosis that a handful of government employees are the only ones keeping society safe. This isn’t a combative statement in the least. It’s an affirmation that the public must do its considerable part to secure itself and not hand all power over to the state.
Boston Marathon bombing—it had nothing to do with Islam
By Arthur Weinreb Sunday, May 17, 2015
There are several “laws” such as Godwin’s Law. Godwin’s Law is named after American lawyer and author, Mike Godwin, and postulates the longer a discussion on the Internet goes, the chance that one of the participants will compare someone or something to Hitler or the Nazis increases. A new and similar law is needed; perhaps it could be called “Ortiz’ Law.” Ortiz’ Law would hypothesize that the longer a person discusses Islamic terrorism, the more certain it will be that that person will say the act or acts in question have absolutely nothing to do with Islam. No, no, no.
After a federal jury in Boston sentenced Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev to death, the US Attorney on the case, Carmen Ortiz made a fairly lengthy statement to the media. As she went on and on and on, it was inevitable she would say something to the effect that the terrorist act committed by Tsarnaev and his late brother had absolutely nothing to do with Islam or Muslims. And she did not disappoint.
Religion of Peace Monster Tsarnaev to Die for Role in Boston Murders!
By John Lillpop Saturday, May 16, 2015
More than two years ago, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev and his older brother Tamerlan murdered four innocent people and injured more than 200 others in unspeakable acts of barbarism at the Boston Marathon.
Boston Marathon Bomber receives death penalty
By News on the Net Saturday, May 16, 2015
A month ago, Dzhokar Tsarnaev was found guilty of all thirty charges stemming from his 2013 terrorist attack on the Boston Marathon. Now the sentencing phase is over, and the jury has returned its verdict: Death.
As the New York Times reports:
Military option prevents war
By Yoram Ettinger Friday, May 15, 2015
The contention that there are only two options in dealing with the rogue Ayatollahs’ regime—negotiation or military option, which supposedly amounts to war—defies reality. Such a contention is either mistaken or misleading.
The threat of a limited surgical naval or air force bombing of critical nuclear installations—with no ground troops - would not amount to a war, would deter the Ayatollahs, possibly moderating their nature, and—if activated - would permanently cripple their pursuit of nuclear capabilities, and could be repeated if necessary from US military bases in Qatar, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Oman and the Indian Ocean or from US aircraft carriers.
By word and deed Muslim extremists are terrorizing the West into submission-the meaning of Islam
By Diane Weber Bederman Thursday, May 14, 2015
We have watched as Western media pilloried Pamela Geller for creating an event that put the spotlight on the intolerance of Islam, especially in the West. Osama Siblani, publisher of “Arab American News,” the largest and most widely circulated Arab American publication in the United States stated: “Let me talk a little bit about ISIS. ISIS is a hate group exactly like Pamela Geller. She is drawing killers, she makes killers, she is inviting killers to come in.” … “She is worse than ISIS.” We allow Muslim extremists to attack free speech against Islamic practices while we tolerate the demeaning and denigrating of Christianity and Judaism in the name of free speech. Double standard? Or fear? Whatever the reason we are permitting others to destroy our democracy.
“Whoever Disbelieves, Strike Off His Head”: Muslim Persecution of Christians, February 2015
By Raymond Ibrahim Thursday, May 14, 2015
Around mid-February, the Islamic State released a video depicting 21 Coptic Christians being decapitated. The executions took place in Libya, another nation along with Syria and Iraq where the Islamic State has carved a niche for itself. While holding their victims’ bodies down, Islamic State members shoved their fingers in the Christians’ eyes, craned their heads back, and sliced away at their throats with knives—all in the name of Allah and Islam, even as the slaughtered called out on the “Lord Jesus Christ.”
By Daniel Greenfield Thursday, May 14, 2015
The great paradox of the War on Terror is that we are fighting an enemy that doesn’t exist. We are told incessantly that there is no such thing as a Muslim terrorist.
There may be a tiny minority of violent extremists, but they are only a tiny minority of no importance whatsoever. And yet we’ve been at war with this same infinitesimally tiny minority for decades.
Statement by the Prime Minister of Canada on terrorist attack On Ismailis in Pakistan
By News on the Net Wednesday, May 13, 2015
Prime Minister Stephen Harper today issued the following statement on the terrorist attack on Ismailis in Karachi, Pakistan, that killed many people and injured several more: