Wednesday, March 30, 2016

How Obama Terrorizes the Terrorists. A new word for today: "numbskullery"

"The eternal reward for a man's martyrdom is not what is in question here.  What is in question is how Obama, who claimed to be observing Good Friday while a Christian died an excruciating death on a cross, will respond to ISIS's latest atrocity. "
Jeannie DeAngelis   . . . "The terrorists, who Obama has reassured Americans would never infiltrate our shores masked as refugees, cleverly masqueraded as relatives of a resident of the southern Yemeni elderly care home.  Then, after the imposters gained entry, they proceeded to splatter the walls of the facility with innocent blood.

"The Yemen attack took place on March 4, which means that Obama defeating ISIS "by saying 'you are not strong, you are weak'" did not stop the Islamic State from brutalizing a Catholic priest.  In fact, if ISIS did re-enact Jesus's crucifixion, it's likely that Father Uzhunnalil was flogged until his flesh was stripped and his spine exposed."

"Even by the numbskullery that has characterized what passes for American foreign policy under Obama, this latest has to take the cake:" .  
. . . 
"It is pretty easy for Obama to counsel us to “not respond with fear” because he has the Secret Service to protect him. He isn’t going to get blown up in an airport or on a subway. No one in his family is going to be gunned down in a recruiting office or at a Christmas party of low level civil servants. Personally, I think that to be without fear at a time when the US government is more concerned about sucking up to Islamic radicals in CAIR than in defending Americans from attack is not a great evolutionary strategy. " . . .

A Hillary album

WCU: Western Communist University

Prof. Mike Adams
"To sum it all up, the Marxists who run WCU don’t need a center celebrating free markets. The marketplace of ideas has been shut down for years."

"The next time a college professor starts lecturing on the importance of a free and open marketplace of ideas beware. He’s probably going to offer a few platitudes before he throws in an awkward “but,” and then shows his true beliefs about free expression. As a general rule, you can ignore everything that comes before the word “but.” It is usually after he utters his first “but” that he really starts to show his ass.
"At Western Carolina University (WCU) the faculty senate recently showed its true colors on an important issue of academic freedom. They were approached with an offer to fund a new Center for the Study of Free Enterprise (CSFE). It should have been easy for them to handle. Predictably, they screwed it up to a fair thee well."
"Can anyone explain how accepting the gift for a pro capitalist CSFE in any way constrains the freedom of Marxist professors to critique the center’s activities? Furthermore, ask yourself which of the following poses the greatest threat to academic freedom:" . . .

13 Things You Need To Know About “The People V. O.J. Simpson”

Buzzfeed   "Though The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story is set in the mid-’90s, its deep dive into the issues that still plague us today has made the series among the most topical shows of recent years. And with its racially diverse cast, writing staff, and mix of directors, it could also serve as a prototype for Hollywood, as the largely intractable industry finally begins to reform itself.
The Bronco chase. The gloves. The Mark Fuhrman tapes. The O.J. Simpson trial was so cinematic as it unfolded in real life, its story has for years seemed unsuited for fiction: Why bother, after all? . . ."

. . . "5. There was one person raising red flags about Fuhrman from the start: Darden. And no one listened to him.

As they contend with the Fuhrman fallout in “Manna From Heaven,” Darden explodes at Clark. “You put me on this trial because you wanted a black face,” he says. “But the truth is, you never wanted a black voice.”
“I hope we weren’t too on the nose for you,” Alexander said of that moment.
“Our show was very clear about it,” Karaszewski added. “Chris was put on the case because the DA’s office was afraid of Johnnie Cochran, and needed different ‘optics.’” Instead of turning the decision into a strength, Clark ignored Darden about his insistence that Fuhrman would hurt them.
"Toobin in his writing is critical of Darden’s skills as a trial lawyer, which reach their nadir when he gets Simpson to put on the gloves (against Clark’s orders). When writing the character, Karaszewski and Alexander wanted it to come across that Darden was both out of practice in court and in over his head in a trial of this scale. It proved to be hard to find an actor who could exude earnestness, compassion, and charm — especially with Clark — and also be somewhat weak in court. “It was, on paper, an impossible part to play,” Alexander said. “Larry and I kept calling him Charlie Brown in the first couple of episodes, because he’s just this sad sack who hates his job and doesn’t want to work there.' ”

Can Trump become so unpopular that Democrats take back the House?

WaPo   "It's one of the most controversial things to say on Capitol Hill, sparking looks of shock and disbelief: The House majority is in play this fall." . . .

So far, Obama is winning the war on coal

Hot Air  "Folks, conservatives (and some Democrats) are doing all they can to prevent the implementation of the Obama administration’s Clean Power Plan, which could be the death knell for the coal industry; an ambitious agenda that seeks to cut greenhouse gas emission by at least 30 percent by 2030 from 2005 levels. It’s a job killer, which also places fixed-income seniorsand pretty much every state that voted for Mitt Romney in the crosshairs. Oh, and did I mention that energy costs are set to spike if this new regulatory nightmare is enacted, along with Obamacare premiums. It’s a mess, and it’s a war that President Obama is winning so far.
"Sean Hackbarth of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce offered the grisly detailsearlier this month. Yes, some market forces have been at play with coal–and the acceleration of natural gas exploration surely has hurt the industry. But let’s not kid ourselves that Obama’s red tape helped in mending these hits to coal [Bold text indicates Energy Information Administration]:" . . .

Campus Lunacy

Walter E. Williams  . . . "College administrators are short on guts and backbone. But there is a glimmer of hope every now and then. Young Americans for Liberty at Rutgers University invited Breitbart News' technology editor, Milo Yiannopoulos, who is a homosexual, to give a lecture. Yiannopoulos describes his lecture tour as "The Most Dangerous Faggot Tour." His lecture was titled "How the Progressive Left Is Destroying American Education." There were about 400 students who attended his lecture, plus there were protesters who smeared themselves with fake blood. Despite student opposition, Rutgers University President Robert Barchi called on his university to stand up for free speech, saying, "That freedom is fundamental to our university, our society, and our nation." That was also Yiannopoulos' message, namely: "The purpose of university is to interrogate new ideas, discover ourselves, meet new people and explore the world. What it ought to be is a free space without trigger warnings. In my view, anyone who asks for a trigger warning should be expelled. What they've demonstrated is that they are incapable of being exposed to new ideas."
"Then there is Dr. Everett Piper, president of Oklahoma Wesleyan University, who bravely told his students, "This is not a day care. It's a university.' " . . .
Walter E. WilliamsAn American economist, commentator, and author of Liberty Versus the Tyranny of Socialism.  More from Walter E. Williams

THANKS, OBAMA AND HILLARY! Escaped Women Describe Their Horrific Lives Under ISIS Rule

Doug Ross Journal   "A group of activists, bloggers, and filmmakers are raising their voices against the propaganda machine of the Islamic State (ISIS) by sharing personal stories of those who have experienced the group’s terror first hand.

"The self-declared caliphate’s recruitment strategy promises a fantastic life under their control to those wanting to serve what they consider to be a noble cause. To counter the fictitious and sensationalist propaganda, the Open Your Eyes movement exposes the reality of life under the Islamic State with the aim of showing potential new recruits they are actually joining a death cult — and that what they are being told is lies.

"Reiterating that ISIS is not the voice of 1.6 billion Muslims — that it is warping the teachings of Islam and perverting the religion they love — the Open Your Eyes movement was launched by British Muslims. Exposing the utter barbarity of the terror group in the hope of reaching those considering making the journey of no return, it lifts the veil on the brutal reality of life under ISIS control. The movement claims ISIS is prolonging the suffering of Muslims throughout the world and says new recruits are little more than pawns on the chessboard of global power games.

"Thanks to those who risked torture and death to recount their suffering, Open Your Eyes is able to share the reality of life in Mosul, Iraq, as well as the stories of Syrian journalists who have escaped torture in their attempt to crush Islamic State propaganda.

“ Death is better than this' ”   Also here: The Anti Media

Video: Muslims in NYC Say Sharia Law Supersedes the U.S. Constitution

Creeping Sharia   " . . . many Muslims have no intention of fulfilling their Naturalization Oath of Allegiance to the United States of America and likely lied when taking it:
Sec. 337. [8 U.S.C. 1448]
(a) A person who has applied for naturalization shall, in order to be and before being admitted to citizenship, take in a public ceremony before the Attorney General or a court with jurisdiction under section 310(b) an oath
(1) to support the Constitution of the United States;
(2) to renounce and abjure absolutely and entirely all allegiance and fidelity to any foreign prince, potentate, state, or sovereignty of whom or which the applicant was before a subject or citizen;
(3) to support and defend the Constitution and the laws of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic;
(4) to bear true faith and allegiance to the same;
(5) (A) to bear arms on behalf of the United States when required by the law

Tuesday, March 29, 2016

On Foreign Policy, Obama’s Crown Has Proved Too Heavy for Him

NRO . . . "A common thread runs through these arguments: The president resents the demands of global leadership. For him, America’s role as the global superpower generates not grave responsibilities but unacceptable burdens. Obama castigates the putative failures of his allies and partners because he seeks to reduce America’s own footprint in the world. For the American-led international order that has prevailed since the Second World War, he wishes to substitute a multipolar international order. 

"The trouble with this approach is that global politics operates by different rules. Nations conduct their affairs not in isolated pockets of activity but as part of a broader equilibrium. Weaker countries, by their nature, gravitate to superpowers to obtain not only military backing but also diplomatic cover on the international stage. The United States, by virtue of its unrivaled strength, can afford to alienate individual countries as circumstances require. For other nations, however, the margin of error is thinner. If rogue regimes conclude that the Leviathan has abandoned its allies, their aggression will increase, and a seemingly localized conflict may emit aftershocks that reverberate far beyond its borders." . . .

I see Obama as the school weakling, anxious to please the bullies to avoid the cost of standing up to them. Obama gives in advance to our adversaries what he knows they will push for. It saves face to give in ahead of time so he will not look like a coward. He began this with giving
up missile defense sites promised to Poland and the Czech Republic.
This was followed by his video plea to the the Iranian government. And for sheer amateurish humiliation, who can forget the "reset button"?

Dave Barry’s 2015 Year in Review

Miami Herald  "Sometimes we are accused — believe it or not — of being overly negative in our annual Year in Review. Critics say we ignore the many positive events in a given year and focus instead on the stupid, the tragic, the evil, the disgusting, the Kardashians.
"OK, critics: We have heard you. This year, instead of dwelling on the negatives, we’re going to start our annual review with a List of the Top 10 Good Things That Happened in 2015. Ready? Here we go:
1. We didn’t hear that much about Honey Boo Boo.2.
"OK, we’ll have to get back to you on Good Things 2 through 10. We apologize, but 2015 had so many negatives that we’re having trouble seeing the positives. It’s like we’re on the Titanic, and it’s tilting at an 85-degree angle with its propellers way up in the air, and we’re dangling over the cold Atlantic trying to tell ourselves: “At least there’s no waiting for the shuffleboard courts!”
. . . 

Read more here:

"In political news, The New York Times runs the following actual headline: “Hillary Clinton to Show More Humor and Heart, Aides Say.” Clinton reportedly will display 17 percent more humor and 23 percent more heart, according to anonymous Clinton aides who were briefed by anonymous Clinton strategists who had direct access to what one source, who asked not to be named, described as “a high-level Clinton confidante.” The source said the Clinton team is also considering having her “directly engage selected voters in banter.' ”
. . . 
"This was the year when the “selfie” epidemic, which was already horrendous, somehow got even worse. Of the 105 billion photographs taken by Americans this year, 104.9 billion consist of a grinning face looming, blimplike, in the foreground, with a tiny image of something — the Grand Canyon, the pope, a 747 crashing — peeking out in the distance behind the person’s left ear." . . .
(Ed: Following cartoons posted by the Tunnel Dweller.)

Read more here:
. . . "But November is not just a time for fear: It is also a time, as Thanksgiving ushers in the holiday season, for all Americans, regardless of ethnicity, religion or political views, to be deeply offended. Nobody is more offended than college students, who stage a series of protests over the racism, sexism, fascism, heteronormism and (trigger warning) insensitive Halloween costumes that constitute the festering hellhole of hurtful things that is the modern American college campus and THERE IS NOTHING FUNNY ABOUT IT.". . . 

Obama Knew About Benghazi Terror Attacks 90 Minutes After They Began… Went to Bed (Video)

The Gateway Pundit   "Barack Obama knew about the Benghazi Consulate terror attacks 90 minutes after they began on 9-11. The attack in Benghazi took place in two waves at the consulate and lasted several hours. Libyan “looters” found the body of Ambassador Chris Stevens hours after the attack began.

"FOX News Special Report said the president knew about the attacks three hours after they began.

"Obama went to bed without knowing the status of the US Ambassador."

Obama Still Pushing Refugees After Brussels Attacks

Legal Insurrection

Obama refugees Brussels

"Despite the attacks in Brussels just days ago, Obama is still pushing for the U.S. to accept thousands of refugees from Syria and other countries.

"In his four minute weekly address which you can watch below, Obama spends the first two and a half minutes talking about the Brussels attack and his efforts to defeat ISIS. He uses the remaining time to argue that if we don’t accept refugees, the terrorists have somehow won.

"ISIS has vowed to infiltrate the refugee population in order to commit further acts of terror and may have already done so in Paris but Obama refuses to let go of this issue.

"Here’s a partial transcript from the FOX News Insider:

Giving America The Bird

Political Cartoons by Ken Catalino

HopeNChangeCartoons  "Bernie Sanders' supporters, an easily entertained group if there ever was one, were sent into waves of ecstasy when a tiny bird recently alighted on his podium mid-speech, perhaps hoping to enjoy a refreshing bath in his impassioned flecks of flying spittle. Or maybe it was trained by someone not really clear on the whole idea of sending political "tweets."

"In any event, it might as well have been the blue bird of happiness auguring a happy turn of events for Bernie: on Saturday, he kicked the former first lady's formidable rump in caucuses held in Hawaii (the warmest state), Alaska (the coldest state), and Washington (the most presidentially-named state).

"Seriously, he won by absolutely crushing margins - not that Democrat superdelegates will much care. But a little bird told us that Hillary herself might not be too happy about it..."

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Who do we root for: Trump or the liberal media

Will I vote for his candidacy? Yes indeed! Every vote not cast for the Republican is an uncontested vote for the Democrat.

"Hillary Clinton ripped the GOP candidates for going overboard in their rhetoric against ISIS terrorists. You never know. Last weekend, ISIS included a clip of Donald Trump in their recruiting video and since then ISIS recruiting is down forty percent but real estate income is up sixteen percent." Comedian Argus Hamilton

Destroying the libelous claim that “Trump supporters are racist”  . . . "It’s true that the majority of Trump supporters are white men, although a lot of other people support him too.  But about that racist bit?  Let’s dig into that more deeply, because it’s a slander by which Leftists manage to avoid looking at their own appalling racism." . . .
" . . .Translated, what the Democrat is really screaming inside is “I hate blacks.  I think they’re stupid, lazy, uneducable, and that they deserve to die.  Indeed, the only reason I keep them around is because, as LBJ said when he embarked on the whole Great Society welfare program, ‘I’ll have those n****rs voting Democratic for the next 200 years.’”. . . "
Bookworm Room gives us this point which we must consider:
"If the media promotes a Republican candidate, is it doing this because its members think that candidate can win?  (No.  The MSM aggressively promote weak candidates in the primaries.  Ted Cruz has reasonably posited that, if Trump wins the primaries, the MSM will instantly release long-held information that will utterly destroy him.)"
 Trump's popularity continues to sink despite closing in on GOP nomination  "The most recent polls show that Donald Trump's support in the Republican party is inching toward 50%. But overall, his favorability rating makes him potentially the most unpopular major party candidate in history.

"Looking at it another way, the Republican party makes up about 25% of the electorate and Trump is supported by about half of that number. Clearly, the candidate is going to have to garner a huge share of independents while stealing some Democratic voters in order to win the White House." . . .

Lawsuits Piling Up Against Obama EPA


. . . "On March 3, U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts [Ed: Again!] declined to halt an Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) rule regulating mercury emissions from power plants. The rule is currently under review in the Washington, DC Court of Appeals.
"In February, the Supreme Court placed a temporary stay on the Obama administration’s Clean Power Plan while an appellate court considers the case. Twenty states fighting against the federal mercury emissions standards hoped the Court would grant a similar stay in their case while EPA worked to finish a cost-benefit analysis mandated by the Supreme Court in June 2015.  
"Supreme Court Considers Property Rights Case
"The Court heard oral arguments on March 30 in U.S. Army Corps of Engineers v. Hawkes, a case that will determine when landowners can challenge a government agency’s judgment that private property contains “wetlands,” which are subject to federal regulations." . . .

Monday, March 28, 2016

Obama's love affair with communism

Such extreme leftists as Obama are bound to ignore history and the mountains of evidence that render a verdict against socialism as a destroyer of prosperity and an enslaver and slayer of mankind.

David Limbaugh  "Conservatives and other Obama critics are entitled to a big “I told you so,” after Obama’s stunning admission that he doesn’t believe there’s that much difference between communism and capitalism.
"Actually, it’s not that stunning to people paying attention. Many of us warned about Obama’s Marxist sympathies before he was first elected president, and we’ve repeatedly pointed it out during his presidency. Obama was raised and mentored by communists and spent many years engaged in community organizing (radical leftist activism). He established himself as the most liberal member of the Senate. Yet our warnings were met with cries of extremism, irrationality and, of course, racism. I wonder what these scolds would say now."  . . . 
"Such extreme leftists as Obama are bound to ignore history and the mountains of evidence that render a verdict against socialism as a destroyer of prosperity and an enslaver and slayer of mankind. Their worldview compels them to advocate economic and political control over the masses for the ends they seek, and they shut themselves off from all information indicating that to exercise such control over markets prevents the very results they profess to seek." . . .
Political Cartoons by Michael Ramirez

Dr Thomas Sowell: Supreme hypocrisy on display

Thomas Sowell compares his experience as presidential appointee to today's battles  . . . "The Democrats complain, and the media echo their complaint, that it is the Senate’s duty to provide “advice and consent” on the president’s appointment of various federal officials. Therefore, according to this claim, the Senate is neglecting its constitutional duty by refusing even to hold hearings to determine whether the nominee is qualified, and then vote accordingly.
"First of all, the “advice and consent” provision of the Constitution is a restriction on the president’s power, not an imposition of a duty on the Senate. It says nothing about the Senate’s having a duty to hold hearings, or vote, on any presidential nominee, whether for the Supreme Court or for any other federal institution. The power to consent is the power to refuse to consent, and for many years no hearings were held, whether the Senate consented or did not consent.
"Nor have Democrats hesitated, when they controlled the Senate, to refuse to hold hearings or to vote when a lame-duck president nominated someone for some position requiring Senate confirmation during a presidential election year.
"When the shoe was on the other foot, the Republicans made the same arguments as the Democrats are making today, and the Democrats made the same arguments the Republicans are now making." . . .

Brussels is what happens when liberals don’t push immigrants to integrate

With their state designed across communitarian lines, the Belgians did not encourage integration, doing everything possible to prevent the immigrants from losing their original “identity.”
NY Post

. . . “ 'Islam,” she said, “holds a place in our Western societies. Islam belongs to Europe … I am not afraid to say that political Islam should be part of the picture.”
"Mogherini’s statement offers an insight into the mentality that has helped produce the situation in Western European societies, where fear is woven into the fabric of daily life. It is a world of illusions and false identities.
"In Mogherini’s world, the sufferings of Syrians, caused by a savage regime, are on par with the sufferings of inhabitants of European capital cities such as Madrid, London, Paris and now Brussels that have come under attack from jihadists who kill at random.
"In that world, political Islam, far from being an adversary dedicated to your destruction, becomes part of the family.
"The envoy fails to see the logical conclusion of her analysis: If Islam is no longer a religion but a political ideology, why shouldn’t it be subjected to the same treatment, including criticism, as any other political ideology, and, if it poses a present and clear danger, face outright suppression?". . .Via Rush Limbaugh

More on Hillary

Los Angeles Times previews Hillary’s strategy to dispute a criminal referral on email scandal   "Hillary Clinton’s allies are carefully implementing a strategy to deal with a possible criminal referral to the Justice Department by the FBI.  Unfortunately, I have to take serious issue with my colleague Rick Moran’s interpretation of a Los Angeles Times story* on the FBI’s move to begin formal interviews with Hillary’s aides, and probably with Hillary herself, as the probe moves toward its final phase.
Rick writes:
It appears that federal prosecutors are setting a very high bar when it comes to criminal behavior by Hillary Clinton. 
Thomas Lifson

*Clinton email probe enters new phase as FBI interviews loom

FBI readies crucial interviews of Hillary and her aides

. . . "This doesn't mean that Clinton is off the hook.  Her aides, especially, may be vulnerable, given that they were the ones who sent the emails in the first place.  But prosecutors may publicly be laying the groundwork to give Clinton a pass, or at worst a slap on the wrist. " . . . 

Sheik Yusuf al-Qaradawi: Theologian of Terror; Islam vs. civilization

The Anti-Defamation League
. . . "On October 12, 2010, through a recorded message played by the Hamas-affiliated Ministry of Religious Endowment in Gaza, Qaradawi told guests at the meeting that Palestinians must continue to raise arms against Israel. According to Gazan Radio station Al Aqsa Voice, Qaradawi stated: "Not one inch of the land of Islam must remain in the grasp of infidels and occupiers. We must irrigate the tree of freedom with our blood. We must not leave the Palestinians alone. Every Muslim fulfill [sic] his role supporting our brothers in Palestine until they obtain their rights." He reiterated even more clearly, "Arms must not be laid down”he who wants freedom must pay the price."

"Several days later, on his weekly "Shariah and Life" television show on the Al Jazeera network, Qaradawi was asked by the interviewer if Muslims should attempt to acquire nuclear weapons "to terrorize their enemies." Qaradawi, noting his pleasure to learn Pakistan had such a weapon to defend itself, replied that this goal would be permissible for Muslims and provided religious justification for "terrorizing the enemy.' " . . .

ISIS Celebrates Brussels Attacks, Belgian Members Vow to Drink Infidels’ Blood, Paint White House Black

Political Cartoons by Ken Catalino
A cautionary tale of terror, surrender  
"And then the pressure will begin, and under the new arrangement, other accommodations will be made in the West. Pork products really shouldn’t be sold or served because of health reasons, and alcohol sales, well, wouldn’t it be healthier for all if it weren’t readily available anymore?"
 . . . "American and British military commanders will be told, “Well, it’s nice you want to bomb A, B, or C, but there’s too much risk of hurting civilians. After all, we don’t want to help recruit more terrorists, now, do we?” Other counter-terrorism initiatives will be discussed and then discarded, because who wants to be called a racist, fascist or hatemonger?

"Then another attack will take place, and everyone will fall into his or her respective roles. Politicians will step forward to promise more of this or that, and the opinion makers and commentators will say we shouldn’t overreact, because these things happen in today’s world. We need to focus on the real threats, such as climate change, one’s carbon footprint, or the rise in ocean levels." . . .

News on the Immigration Front

So is this is an authentic view of Islam?   "Earlier today I read that Ballroom Barry is doubling down on his demands that Americans open their hearts and homeland to 100,000 Syrian refugees.  In his brief Easter remarks, Obama said:
"We have to wield another weapon alongside our airstrikes, our military, our counterterrorism work, and our diplomacy," Obama said. "And that's the power of our example. Our openness to refugees fleeing ISIL's violence. Our determination to win the battle against ISIL's hateful and violent propaganda -- a distorted view of Islam that aims to radicalize young Muslims to their cause."
Shortly I read that, a veteran friend out in Guam sent me this refugee pic:
"Notice the obvious: that it’s wet, possibly snowing, and the coats, hoods, and hands in pockets convey that it’s uncomfortably cold as well.  Then notice the less evident fact that the woman is shoeless, unlike any of the seven males.  Also, distinct from any of those males, she is carrying two small children, with the toil of her burden shown in the distressed expression on her face.  Notably, hers is the only face showing any strain within the group.  Seven healthy future American males, but not one will share the weight of the small children with this woman, much less see to it that she has proper footwear.
"Obama says ISIS presents a distorted view of Islam, so I’m compelled to ask: “Mr. President, is this an authentic view?' ” 

Man charged as Brussels bomber was ‘migrant rights activist’  "Faycal Cheffou has been arrested and charged with being the man in the hat captured on surveillance video entering the airport with two suicide bombers. He’s been identified by the taxi driver who picked up the bombers and dropped them at the airport. He is also a well-known “migrant rights activist” who has been on police and official radar for some time. Liam Deacon of Breitbart reports:"
. . . 
"Cheffou has a YouTube channel with videos decrying the treatment of Muslim colonists (a more accurate term than migrants, since they seek the transformation of Belgium into an Islamic state) in Belgium:
…recent topics include supposed police brutality against ethnic minorities, alleged human rights abuses against Palestinians, the Quran, and a report on Hasna Ait Boulahcen, a suspected terrorist who died in a raid linked to the Paris attacks.
"So who's the victim?

Obama reiterates refugee promise  . . . "Admitting entry to Syrian and Iraqi refugees has become a divisive issue in the U.S. as well as Europe, but Obama made clear he has no plan to back off his promise to admit 100,000 to the U.S. this year." . . .

US Muslim Anti-Discrimination Group ‘Demands’ FBI Cancel Informant Program…
Arab Commitee

ISIS 'crucifies Catholic priest on Good Friday'

. . .  after kidnapping him from old people's home where four nuns were shot dead
Indian Catholic priest Father Tom Uzhunnalil was kidnapped by ISIS gunmen in Yemen three weeks ago and was reportedly crucified on Good Friday

"The Indian Catholic priest kidnapped by ISIS-linked terrorists in Yemen earlier this month was crucified on Good Friday, it has been claimed.
"Father Thomas Uzhunnalil, 56, was taken by Islamist gunmen, reportedly linked to ISIS, who attacked an old people's home in Aden, southern Yemen, killing at least 15 people, on March 4.
"The terrorists reportedly carried out the heinous murder on Good Friday, after threatening to do so earlier in the week, according to the Archbishop of Vienna. . . 
Yemeni pro-government fighters gather outside an elderly care home in the southern city of Aden after it was attacked by ISIS-linked gunmen on March 4

"Four gunmen posing as relatives of one of the guests at the home burst inside, killing four Indian nuns, two Yemeni female staff members, eight elderly residents and a guard."

Political Cartoons by Chip Bok

Use "weapons of love" to fight evil of terrorism, pope says on Easter

A general view is seen of Pope Francis leading the Easter mass in St. Peter's square at the Vatican March 27, 2016. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi

Reuters   " 'With the weapons of love, God has defeated selfishness and death," the leader of the world's 1.2 billion Roman Catholic said from the same balcony from where he first appeared to the world on the night of his election on March 13, 2013.
"The 79-year-old Argentine pontiff urged people to channel the hope of Easter in order to defeat "the evil that seems to have the upper hand in the life of so many people".
"The pope condemned the Brussels attacks several times during the past week, including at a Good Friday service where he said followers of religions who carried out acts of fundamentalism or terrorism were profaning God's name." . . .
"He urged Europe "not to forget those men and women seeking a better future, an ever more numerous throng of migrants and refugees - including many children - fleeing from war, hunger, poverty and social injustice.' " . . .

Sunday, March 27, 2016

Did a North Dakota community really name its landfill after President Obama?

North Dakota Names Landfill After ObamaIn an overwhelming 35-10 vote, the state Senate advanced a bill naming a 650-acre site currently under construction after the nation's 44th president. Governor Jack Dalrymple is expected to sign the measure into law Tuesday. 

When completed, the Barack Obama Memorial Landfill will be the largest waste disposal site in North Dakota, and the 17th largest in the United States. It will be especially rich in toxic waste from the local petroleum and medical industries. 

"We wanted to do something to honor the president," says Republican State Senator Doug Perlman, who was the lead sponsor of the bill. "And I think a pile of garbage is a fitting tribute to Obama's presidency."

. . . "This article, like all articles on the Daily Currant, is a piece of fiction. A disclaimer on the Daily Currant web site clearly states that "our stories are purely fictional." Of course, that disclaimer is not included when the story is shared via email, Facebook, or Twitter. 

"In addition to the disclaimer, the article is plainly false due to the use of fictitious quotes from imaginary people. Doug Perlman and Allison Mitchell, two politicians quoted in the article, are not senators from North Dakota. " . . .

Never accept a cheap substitute: Trudeau called truckers "Nazis," applauds the real thing –

And the unit he was attached to – 14th “Galicia” division – were  some particularly nasty hombres . I don’t think “war criminals” would be t...