by The Right Scoop:
Rush Limbaugh had a fantastic interview on Greta tonight and fortunately for us, Fox News has posted the most important parts of it for our enjoyment.
By H. Sterling Burnett:
Climategate, both 1 and 2, are textbook cases of gross lapses in professional ethics and scientific malfeasance. To understand why, one must first understand what science is and how it is supposed to operate. Science is the noble pursuit of knowledge through observation, testing and experimentation. Scientists attempt to explain, describe and/or predict the implications of phenomena through the use of the scientific method.
By Walid Shoebat and Ben Barrack:
So you are watching a soccer game in Dearborn Michigan between Al-Tadamun and Chelsea advertised in public leaflets and the Arab American website dedicating it to what they termed “The Day of Jerusalem”. Then you begin to wonder why sports are mixed with such slogans? What is this “Day of Jerusalem” all about? Then following the game you find out it was hosted by Husham Alhusayni, the main spiritual leader of the Karbala Center in Dearborn who had Samir Al-Jabiri and Muhammad Alhasayni thank the imam and said the victory was “dedicated to honor the souls of the martyrs of Jerusalem and Al-Aqsa…”.
These are clearly terrorists who murder civilians. But the real question should be as to why no one out of the thousands of Dearborn Muslims watching this hate fest objected to the open support of terrorism?
by Anna Mahjar-Barducci:
Univision, the largest TV broadcaster in Spanish of the United States, recently presented a report showing that Iran is actively preparing an attack against the US to be carried out from bases in Latin America. The documentary, “La Amenaza Irani” (“The Iranian Threat”), illustrated, though undercover footage, how the growing economic, political and military ties Iran has developed in South American countries are rapidly evolving into a tangible threat for the security of the US. The documentary reveals exclusive findings, including secret video and audio recordings that provide information about a planned Iranian-backed cyber attack against the United States from Mexico.
by Peter Huessy:
Over thirty years ago, the “Nuclear Freeze” was launched across Europe and in the United States. Its leaders pushed for an end to the US nuclear modernization program of President Reagan, knowing full well that an already modernized Soviet nuclear weapons enterprise would markedly shift what Moscow called the correlation of forces distinctly in its favor. Despite millions of dollars funneled into the campaign by the Kremlin, Reagan and his allies, most notably Britain’s Prime Minister Thatcher and Germany’s Helmut Kohl stood firm. The allies deployed what were known as INF forces in Europe, including US Pershing and Ground Launched Cruise Missiles, in Britain, Germany, Italy and Holland, and faced down the Soviet deployment of nearly 2,000 such rockets in both Europe and Asia.
Most readers know how over the past two years, Greece has periodically erupted into violent protest. What many may not recall is why. Yes, in general, it’s because the Athens government is deeply in debt and cannot borrow enough money from banks or bond sales to cover its obligations. But it is how the Greek government initially tried to bridge the gap between its revenues and expenditures that set off the riots in the first place: It wanted to scale back public pensions, among other cost-saving measures. Enraged public servants took to the streets and then took to smashing shop windows and setting cars on fire.
Canada could be headed in the same direction, if a new report from the C.D. Howe Institute is correct. Canadian civil service pensions are simply too rich to be sustainable over the long-haul, but Ottawa is making no effort to scale back the retirement promises it is making to federal workers.
by Raymond Ibrahim:
The following is Raymond Ibrahim’s written testimony submitted for the record at the Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission’s December 7 hearing titled “Under Threat: The Worsening Plight of Egypt’s Coptic Christians.”
Since the year 641, when Muslims invaded Egypt, the Copts—Egypt’s Christian, indigenous inhabitants—have been subject to persecution, discrimination, and over all subjugation on their homeland (etymologically, the word “Copt” simply means “Egyptian”). The result is an Egyptian culture and mentality that sees Copts as second-class citizens, or, in Islamic legal terminology, Dhimmis—“infidels” who are tolerated as long as they embrace their inferior status.
Democrats, it seems, are adamantly opposed to asking voters to confirm their identities. Indeed, the DNC’s email claims that requiring voters to identify themselves violates “fundamental rights.”
Now, unless I’ve missed something, there is no fundamental right to vote without identifying oneself. Just as there is no right to board a plane without presenting proper identification. And I’ll bet one cannot get food stamps or government assistance without identification.
Certainly, too, as of today there is no “right” to commit vote fraud. Or, for that matter, any sort of fraud.
By Dianna C. Cotter with L. Donofrio Esq.:
Did Justia.com deliberately aid Barack Obama in 2008 by helping to hide the one legal case that might prevent him from legally qualifying for the presidency?
On October 20, 2011, New Jersey attorney Leo Donofrio accused online legal research behemoth Justia.com of surgically redacting important information from their publication of 25 U.S. Supreme Court opinions which cite Minor v. Happersett, an 1874 decision which arguably contains language that appears to disqualify anyone from presidential eligibility who wasn’t born in the country to parents who were citizens. According to the decision in Happersett:
By DAVID MAMET:
In abandonment of the state of Israel, the West reverts to pagan sacrifice, once again, making a burnt offering not of that which one possesses, but of that which is another’s. As Realpolitik, the Liberal West’s anti-Semitism can be understood as like Chamberlain’s offering of Czechoslovakia to Hitler, a sop thrown to terrorism. On the level of conscience, it is a renewal of the debate on human sacrifice.