Meet Omar Khadr, Canada’s newest millionaire

While busy enacting hate speech laws over using the wrong pronoun, Trudeau's Liberals are ready to apologize to former Guantanamo Bay inmate Omar Khadr and compensate him to the tune of C$10 million (US$7.7 million) for being sentenced to Guantanamo after killing U.S. Army medic Sgt. Christopher Speer and blinding another soldier. Khadar will get … Continue reading Meet Omar Khadr, Canada’s newest millionaire

Jack in the Box

by baldilocks Here’s what the 2009 Nobel Peace Prize winner is up to this time. Obama's War Authorization Limits Ground Forces by Josh Rogin I like how this Rogin guy/Bloomberg uses the verb “limits” as if it means something. Almost six months after the president began using force against the Islamic State advance in Iraq … Continue reading Jack in the Box

2014: Fort Hood killer asked to join Islamic State

By John Ruberry Last week's news was dominated--which was as it should have been--by the barbaric burning alive of a captured Jordanian pilot at the hands of the Islamic State, which the terror group videotaped. While the White House did deem this atrocity as a terrorist act, President Obama has been reluctant to what his … Continue reading 2014: Fort Hood killer asked to join Islamic State

The Age of Islamic Terror–1991 to present

By John Ruberry "See it For the same reason no one ever Pointed a telescope at the sun" The Clash, Red Angel Dragnet. The last 100 years can safely be placed into the following eras. World War I (1914-1918), Interwar (1918-1939), World War II (1939-1945), the Cold War (1945-1991), and the present epoch, the Age … Continue reading The Age of Islamic Terror–1991 to present

Islam’s wars betray a deadly problem

By John Ruberry Five days ago free expression was attacked in Paris when Cherif Kouachi and his brother Said, who were trained by Al Qaeda in Yemen, screamed "Allahu Akbar" (God is great!) while killing 12 people with AK-47s, most of them journalists employed by satire magazine Charlie Hebdo. The terrorists were killed by French police … Continue reading Islam’s wars betray a deadly problem

Why I oppose our involvement in the Syrian Civil War

Bartlett: Look, sir, you talk about the high command of the Luftwaffe, then the SS and the Gestapo. To me they’re the same. We’re fighting the bloody lot. There’s only one way to put it, sir. They are the common enemies of everyone who believes in freedom. The Great Escape 1963 Leonard: ...I am clearly … Continue reading Why I oppose our involvement in the Syrian Civil War

Christianity is Hard: Assad, vs Hamas, vs Hezbollah vs Al Qaeda edition

Lead us not into Temptation The Lord's Prayer The Cat:  Reality Sucks Red Dwarf Back in the Red pt 3  1999 The Syrian Civil war is becoming very hard for me lately. The very first instinct I had when the revolt began against Assad was: Good! The Syrian people like all others deserve representative government … Continue reading Christianity is Hard: Assad, vs Hamas, vs Hezbollah vs Al Qaeda edition

“I saw that my heroes were nothing but bloody terrorists”

Pam Geller has written about the Media embargo of 9/11 images often. If you wonder why that embargo is so important to the totalitarian left Jay Nordlinger discovers it at the Oslo Freedom Forum: Manal al-Sharif, you have also met. She’s the young Saudi woman who broke the taboo against driving. She is a heroine … Continue reading “I saw that my heroes were nothing but bloody terrorists”

Occupy the Rose Kennedy Greenway to Protest the Bankers in NYC UPDATE: and support your local Terrorist

...or something.  Here are my pictures from "Occupy Boston," which appears to be a slumber party full of entitled twenty-somethings who don't understand that their Women's Studies degrees do not guarantee them an interesting, well-paying job. Update (DaTechGuy): Apparently the Occupy Boston movement is branching out: The downtown protest group Occupy Boston threw its proverbial … Continue reading Occupy the Rose Kennedy Greenway to Protest the Bankers in NYC UPDATE: and support your local Terrorist

Libya: Days Not weeks = Six months, but still an Obama win

It appears that the Libyan Government is about to fall this evening and by the end of the week the long reign of the dictator there will finally be over. This is of course a good thing for several reasons: 1. Gaddafi was an enemy of the United States with the blood of many American's … Continue reading Libya: Days Not weeks = Six months, but still an Obama win

The most interesting thing about this Al Qaeda in Brazil story

is not the story itself, although it is worth noting Al Qaeda operatives are in Brazil planning attacks, raising money and recruiting followers, a leading news magazine reported Saturday, renewing concerns about the nation serving as a hide-out for Islamic militants. Veja magazine, in its online edition, reported that at least 20 people affiliated with … Continue reading The most interesting thing about this Al Qaeda in Brazil story

Officials on Libya get there 8 days late

DaTechGuy March 24 2011: #3 The partition/administration of Libya. Almost certainly the final result. The west without US leadership doesn’t have the staying power or the willingness to actually win the war or commit the ground troops necessary to do so. Sans such will the end result will be a deal to save face for … Continue reading Officials on Libya get there 8 days late

Byron York says it aloud

The US media has been playing down the connections between Al Qaeda and the Libyan Rebels for a while now, but today Byron York tackles it: Take Abdel-Hakim al-Hasidi, a leader of U.S.-supported rebels in the fighting for Adjabiya. His hometown, Darnah, has produced many jihadis, and after the Sept. 11 attacks al-Hasidi traveled to … Continue reading Byron York says it aloud

More stories not worth covering

via Glenn we see the media is continuing to exhibit abused spousal syndrome concerning be locked up by the VP's staff : Powers had not sneaked into the event. He was chosen as the pool reporter for local media and was expecting to speak with guests in addition to hearing speeches by Biden and Sen. … Continue reading More stories not worth covering

Now THAT’S peacful Islam

As you know we go long on the dangers of radical Islam on this blog. It's a serious threat that we ignore at our peril. That being said it is just as important to note positive signs and this certainly qualifies After a New Year’s Eve attack against Coptic Christian Churches in Egypt, there was … Continue reading Now THAT’S peacful Islam