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  • Question: Who endorsed/supported Bush in the 1980 primary?

    07/31/2014 4:48:31 PM PDT · by thetallguy24 · 38 replies
    My brain | 07/31/2014 | thetallguy24
    I have been trying to find out if there's a list out there of the people, especially those still in power today, who endorsed Bush over Reagan in 1980.
  • Gavrilo Princip, who triggered a war, was also a Serbian hero

    07/31/2014 10:29:24 AM PDT · by Ravnagora · 24 replies
    The Globe and Mail ^ | July 29, 2014 | Mihailo Papazoglu
  • Obama: Muslims have built the very fabric of our nation. Such as?

    07/31/2014 8:15:07 AM PDT · by Impala64ssa · 51 replies
    Allen B. West ^ | 7/31/14 | Allen West
    One of the things I enjoy about this website is the opportunity to educate, edify, and challenge us all to think beyond the obvious. Now I realize some folks are — as we say in the military — “stuck on stupid” and it will take longer to get them with the program. But it is a challenge I accept. So, in that light, I’d like to invite you to scour the annals of American history in order to respond to President Barack Hussein Obama’s recent assertion that Muslims have contributed “to building the very fabric or our nation.” As reported...
  • The American Flag Daily: Marinus Willett Birthday

    07/31/2014 6:17:25 AM PDT · by Master Zinja
    The American Flag Daily ^ | July 31, 2014 | JasonZ
    Today we celebrate the birthday of one of the leaders of the Sons Of Liberty, Marinus Willett. Willett participated and also led in many battles throughout the Revolutionary War, eventually becoming a New York state assemblyman, then sheriff and later mayor of New York City. We fly the Sons Of Liberty flag today in his honor.
  • Greenfield: Obama's Gaza Game

    07/31/2014 6:07:10 AM PDT · by Louis Foxwell · 35 replies
    Sultan Knish blog ^ | Thursday, July 31, 2014 | Daniel Greenfield
    Thursday, July 31, 2014 Obama's Gaza Game Posted by Daniel Greenfield @ the Sultan Knish blog While Israelis are fighting and dying, families huddling in bomb shelters and soldiers going off to face death, the men and women in suits and power suits moving through the great halls of diplomacy are using them as pawns in a larger game. During the Cold War, Israel was a pawn in a larger struggle between the US and the USSR. Now it is back to being a counter in a larger game. Israel’s function within the great halls of diplomacy was always as...
  • Jim Crow And The Donkey: A History The Left Loves To Ignore

    07/30/2014 1:51:39 PM PDT · by TexasCajun · 8 replies
    The Daily Caller ^ | 07/30/2014 | Ken Blackwell
    You know you’ve hit a sore spot when the left starts screeching. MSNBC host Rachel Maddow’s producer, Steve Benen, just took a whack at the American Civil Rights Union’s new booklet, “The Truth About Jim Crow,” (TTAJC) which National Review writer John Fund wrote about in a recent column. Benen cites a critique from the Atlanta Journal Constitution blogger Jay Bookman: “Jay Bookman took a closer look at the pamphlet Fund’s piece was promoting, highlighting some of its more glaring errors of fact and judgment.” And what errors of fact would those be, Steve? Bookman did not point out a...
  • Deputies, Police Reserves, and Militia

    07/30/2014 2:52:27 AM PDT · by marktwain · 3 replies
    Gun Watch ^ | 26 July, 2014 | Dean Weingarten
    There were no police at the time the Constitution was written and the Bill of Rights ratified.   Police as we know them did not come into being until a couple of decades later, in the UK, with Sir Robert Peel.   There, giving the police power was resisted as an infringement on local power for a considerable time, and police only gradually spread across the United States. Police forces have taken over many of the functions of local militias, and are for the most part, locally controlled.   The closest modern equivalent of to the militia of the constitutional era are...
  • The Doormats of Tyranny: Politics vs. Principles

    07/29/2014 9:58:23 PM PDT · by xuberalles · 4 replies
    Self | 1/29/14 | Me
    I’m tired of spineless Republicans, Speaker Boehner and countless other Democratic doormats, saying they won’t pursue any impeachment articles against Obama because it’s not politically advantageous or his transgressions aren't egregious enough to warrant such action. That’s odd, because I can think of a handful of high crimes right off the top of my head; and every single one is a threat to our liberty and republic. Mr. Hussein has repeatedly bypassed Congress by creating and amending existing legislation via executive order, most notably Obamacare, he spearheaded a subversive plan to transport illegals across our border – violating countless existing...
  • MI:Multiple Dog Attack Stopped by Gunfire. This one too Late.

    07/29/2014 3:54:44 PM PDT · by marktwain · 36 replies
    Gun Watch ^ | 29 July, 2014 | Dean Weingarten
    In Michigan, two Cane Corsos, a large breed descended from Roman war dogs, attacked a jogger.  A neighbor saw that the jogger was down with the dogs attacking him.   He  defended the attacked man with a .44 magnum, firing two shots, one in the air, the other at one of the dogs, grazing it.   That stopped the attack.   Later one of the dogs tried to return to the attack, but left when it saw the man with the gun.  From  freep.com: A man mowing his lawn waved at Sytsma, a 46-year-old Livonia man, who politely waved back....
  • DC: Alan Gura on Stay and/or Appeal of Palmer v. D.C.

    07/29/2014 10:19:16 AM PDT · by marktwain · 1 replies
    Gun Watch ^ | 29 July, 2014 | Dean Weingarten
    There have been rumors flying about on what Alan Gura has agreed to on a stay on the Palmer v. D.C. case.   These were fueled in part by the wording in the District's request for a stay, which originally claimed that it was unopposed.  According to Alan Gura on his blog, that is not the case: I have a better understanding of what the city will now do. The city will probably file an appeal — that’s within their right. The city would ask for a stay pending the resolution of the appeal — they can ask for that,...
  • ISIS World Caliphate Going Right to Plan...

    07/29/2014 7:13:05 AM PDT · by Reaganite Republican · 9 replies
    Reaganite Republican ^ | 29 July 2014 | Reaganite Republican
    Maybe we won't even have to wait 5-years NSFW (slaughter, beheading, etc.) pics/video at Reaganite Republican...
  • Giving up Rights for Politicians' Fear is Silly

    07/29/2014 5:42:29 AM PDT · by marktwain · 8 replies
    Gun Watch ^ | 28 July, 2014 | Dean Weingarten
    According to Emily Miller, the famous investigative reporter, DC Council Chairman Phil Mendelson emailed her this message in reaction to the District Court finding that the constitutional rights of Americans did not stop at the District borders: "Because of the District's unique national security concerns, the right to carry a firearm in public must be more heavily restricted than any place else in the nation. Four U.S. presidents have been assassinated by gunfire, and at least five others have been shot at, including Ronald Regan who was seriously wounded in 1981. Neither the Secret Service nor the Capitol Police...
  • Austria declares war on Serbia July 28, 1914 and within one week Europe's Great Powers are at war

    07/28/2014 7:58:12 PM PDT · by Ravnagora · 8 replies
    www.heroesofserbia.com ^ | July 28, 2014 | Aleksandra Rebic
    Aleksandra's Note: It was in the splendid warm days 100 years ago, in the lovely, peaceful summer of 1914, that things just got really out of hand. The more one learns of how the First World War, the war that was to "end all wars", really began, the more amazed and horrified one becomes at how a "local conflict" that was supposed to take no more than a few months to resolve and finish could manifest into an international monster that quite literally changed the world forever in just four short years. That is precisely why everyone needs to pay...
  • LA: Another Gun Owner Stops Attack by Multiple Pit Bulls

    07/28/2014 1:25:45 PM PDT · by marktwain · 13 replies
    Gun Watch ^ | 27 July, 2014 | Dean Weingarten
    It was only  a week ago that Dennis Williams saved a neighbor that was being attacked by ferocious Pitt Bulls.   He retrieved a pistol when baseball bats were not enough, and killed one dog before the others ran off.   He used a .22 revolver.   Now, in Louisiana, on the north side of Lake Ponchartrain,  a very similar incident has occurred.  A young woman was attacked along a walking trail by two Pitt Bulls.   A neighbor heard the screams, just at Dennis Williams did.  He brought a 9mm pistol, killed one of the attacking Pitts, and severely wounded the other. ...
  • 'And Now....Europe's Kristallnacht'

    07/28/2014 7:18:29 AM PDT · by Shery · 12 replies
    American Thinker ^ | 28 July, 2014 | Rick Moran
    That's the title of an article at the Gatestone Institute by Douglas Murray. It paints a disturbing picture of the rise of anti-Semitism on the Continent and in Great Britain, begging the question of whether these sporadic outbursts of violence directed against Jews might explode into something truly nasty and barbaric - a pogrom. After describing several incidents that occurred at London protests - including one young Muslim holding up a sign that said "Hitler was right" - Murray takes us on a tour of protests across Europe: All of this is mild compared to what has been going on...
  • Another Citizen Ensnared by D.C. Gun Law

    07/28/2014 6:02:29 AM PDT · by marktwain · 4 replies
    Gun Watch ^ | 26 July, 2014 | Dean Weingarten
    A prominent veterinarian and farmer, who is also a member of the North Carolina State University's Board of Trustees, was arrested in the District of Columbia after police discovered a holstered, loaded handgun in his briefcase.   He apparently was scheduled to attend a meeting in the Cannon House Office Building.  Capitol police discoverd the firearm in an ankle holster inside of his brief case.   I suspect it was the Ruger LCP, a popular, small, pistol. A friend believes that the small gun was inadvertently left in the luggage.  From the comments at thestate.com: I know Ron personally and he...
  • Greenfield: Know Your Military Colonists

    07/27/2014 6:08:23 PM PDT · by Louis Foxwell · 9 replies
    Sultan Knish blog ^ | Sunday, July 27, 2014 | Daniel Greenfield
    Sunday, July 27, 2014 Know Your Military Colonists Posted by Daniel Greenfield @ the Sultan Knish blog "Military Colonist" is a term that has gone out of fashion in this brave new world of "No Human Being is Illegal" and "Every Refugee Deserves to be Resettled." The university history professor with an office full of fake Indian jewelery and a view of the parking lot will lecture on the military colonies of the Roman period, always careful to emphasize their eventual fate. And he may even get up to the 16th century. But he'll stay away from the present. But...
  • Will Emily Miller Carry in DC?

    07/27/2014 2:59:49 PM PDT · by marktwain · 8 replies
    Gun Watch ^ | 27 July, 2014 | Dean Weingarten
    Emily Miller is the famous investigative reporter who wrote the series  "Emily Gets Her Gun" about applying for a permit to legally own a firearm in the District of Columbia.  The series led to her successful book of the same title.   An autographed copy sits near my elbow.   I met Emily a couple of years ago at a Gun Rights Policy Conference.   She is a sharp woman, intimately familiar with the insanity of D.C. gun laws, who owns a legally registered handgun in the District of Columbia. She recently tweeted: Stay tuned- I'm writing a story with the details...
  • 10 Shadowy Biblical Characters No One Can Explain

    07/26/2014 7:09:35 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 91 replies
    Listverse ^ | July 24, 2014 | Brent Sanders
    The canonical Bible is filled with mysterious characters, many of whom drop in for a cameo, do their thing, and then slide out, never to be heard from again. Some are merely extras, but some have a contextual presence that begs further examination. And some are, well, just weird. 10 MelchizedekProbably the single most mysterious figure in the Bible, Melchizedek was a priest-king of Salem (later known as Jerusalem) in the time of Abram (Abraham), suggesting a religious organization, complete with ritual and hierarchy, that predated the Jewish nation and their priestly lineage from the tribe of Levi. He is...
  • Mullah Obama Ignores Cries For Help From Iraqi Christians

    07/26/2014 8:04:12 AM PDT · by darkwing104 · 13 replies
    Coach is Right ^ | July 26, 2014 | Jim Emerson, staff writer
    ISIS’s rapid takeover of parts of Syria and Iraq and the creation of the Islamic State have gravely impacted the Arab-Christian populations that inhabit the region. Churches in the area can trace their origin to the time of Jesus Christ. Islamists, in the city of Mosul, issued an ultimatum to all Christians within the newly founded caliphate to either convert to Islam, pay a religious levy (Zakat) or face death. The Christian community is escaping to Kirkuk and the relative religious tolerance and safety of the Kurdish zone. Origin During the First Council of Nicea that resulted in the first...
  • Greenfield: Friday Afternoon Roundup - Shave Gaza

    07/26/2014 5:50:39 AM PDT · by Louis Foxwell · 3 replies
    Sultan Knish blog ^ | Friday, July 25, 2014 | Daniel Greenfield
    Friday, July 25, 2014 Friday Afternoon Roundup - Shave Gaza Posted by Daniel Greenfield @ the Sultan Knish blog UNDERSTANDING OBAMA What both men have in common is a hard left background which has taught them that the only defining principle in politics is Lenin’s “Kto-Kovo”. Kto-Kovo or Who-Whom reduced all interactions to warfare. The Bolsheviks ushered in the end of rules, decency or honor. All that mattered was who would be able to destroy whom. It didn’t matter whether you had justice on your side, but what you would do about it. Obama and Putin have the same message...
  • UK Paper Gets it Right: Hero doctor stops hospital shooting rampage

    07/26/2014 5:24:24 AM PDT · by marktwain · 6 replies
    Gun Watch ^ | 26 July, 2014 | Dean Weingarten
    The UK is a very unfriendly place for the gun culture, yet compare this headline from the dailymail.co.uk with the old media in the U.S.: Hero doctor stops hospital shooting rampage: Psychiatrist uses his own gun to shoot patient who killed caseworker in front of him Here is the Washington Post:Authorities search for motive in gunfight between psychiatric patient and doctor Consider that the doctor had just witnessed a murder of a coworker in front of him, and was wounded in the head and hand while defending himself and others. It says a great deal when a British paper...
  • What "Progressives" don't want to know.

    07/25/2014 7:02:31 PM PDT · by George - the Other · 11 replies
    30 Worst Atrocities of the 20th Century ^ | 1998 - 2004 | Matthew White
    I was checking out WW2 stats, and came across research on the 30 greatest atrocities of the 20th century. An estimated 55 million died in WW2. In addition, 20 million died under Stalin, 40 million under Mao Zedong, 1.65 million under the Cambodian Khmer Rouge, and 400,000 under North Korea. The combined 62 million total tops WW2 by 7 million. The kicker is that, with the current U.S. population approaching 320 million, that figure of 62 million, if applied to the United States, would mean that 1/5, that is, 20% of us, would have perished!
  • He Walked Away!

    07/25/2014 2:49:21 PM PDT · by eeevil conservative · 11 replies
    Straight Up With Sherri ^ | 11/11/04 | Sherri Reese
    In the midst of events in this day, I think sharing the information below may be informative to most, and useful to all. I wrote the below, 10 years ago. While Arafat may be dead, HAMAS is only carrying on his intent. I wrote this a decade ago. I no longer have the sources, they are on another computer that rests in peace. But I encourage you to do your own homework. I worked HARD on the facts. More information will be in a link in the comments. HE WALKED AWAY This is what the MSM will not tell you...
  • The history of the Arab-Israeli conflict that the mainstream media will never print

    07/25/2014 9:32:58 AM PDT · by fredericbastiat1 · 1 replies
    TheBlaze Books ^ | 7/25/2014 | Benjamin Weingarten
    "The Arabs are the only declared refugees who became refugees not by the action of their enemies or because of well-grounded fear of their enemies, but by the initiative of their own leaders."
  • A case which cannot be overdone by language: A modern American crisis

    07/24/2014 8:18:28 PM PDT · by Conservative Beacon · 1 replies
    The Conservative Beacon ^ | July 25, 2014 | Josh Price
    On this episode of The Conservative Beacon Podcast, host Josh Price applies Thomas Paine’s ‘The American Crisis’ to America’s modern crisis: The quasi-dictatorship of the Obama regime. Josh discusses the Obama’s regime’s plan to grant refugee status to illegals from Honduras, allowing them to receive welfare and other public assistance; the FEC could try to ban online conservative media outlets; and the real reason behind income inequality. Head over to TheConservativeBeacon.com to listen.
  • Lions and Guns in Nebraska

    07/24/2014 1:38:06 PM PDT · by marktwain · 25 replies
    Gun Watch ^ | 24 July, 2014 | Dean Weingarten
    Animal attacks may not be recorded as defensive gun uses in most surveys, and they are never recorded as justifiable homicides.   But defensive uses of guns against animals occur frequently.   I was surprised to learn of the number of mountain lions that have been shot in defensive situations in Nebraska.   Here is the latest incident. A man in near Chadron, Nebraska shot a mountain lion that was menacing young children near his residence.  He grabbed a rifle and approached the animal, which refused to flee.   From a Nebraska Game and Parks press release: A man reported noticing the animal...
  • Semi Satire: Metaphors for Israel and Islam

    07/24/2014 11:45:46 AM PDT · by DanMiller
    Dan Miller's Blog ^ | July 24, 2014 | Dan Miller
    The media, which have favorites and enemies, report accordingly. The UN Human Rights Council is much the same.IntroductionThis is a re-posting of a satirical article from May 23, 2012. It mocked media coverage of the death of Trayvon Martin (the Religion of Peace personified) at the hands of George Zimmerman (Zionism personified). It also mocked and compared media coverage of Israel and "Palestine" as of that date. With few exceptions, the media coverage of Israel, particularly in connection with her current operations in Gaza, has not substantially improved since then. Mr. Zimmerman was tried and convicted in the media. However, when relevant and admissible evidence was presented in a court...
  • Greenfield: Terrorism is a Tactic and It Must Be Defeated

    07/24/2014 9:02:52 AM PDT · by Louis Foxwell · 10 replies
    Sultan Knish blog ^ | Wednesday, July 23, 2014 | Daniel Greenfield
    Wednesday, July 23, 2014 Terrorism is a Tactic and It Must Be Defeated Posted by Daniel Greenfield @ the Sultan Knish blog There are two dimensions to fighting a War on Terror. One is fighting terrorists and the other is fighting terrorism. In conventional warfare there isn't that much of a difference between fighting men and their tactics. There is a wider space between fighting terrorists and their tactics. Conventional armies use tactics to defeat enemy forces and seize territory. Terrorists however use tactics to take over mental territory. A suicide bomber is not out to take over a particular...
  • The Ultimatum That Made The Great War A Foregone Conclusion

    07/24/2014 4:28:00 AM PDT · by Ravnagora · 5 replies
    www.heroesofserbia.com ^ | July 23, 2014 | Aleksandra Rebic
    THE ULTIMATUM THAT MADE THE GREAT WAR A FOREGONE CONCLUSION / Austria-Hungary presents the Kingdom of Serbia with the "Impossible Ultimatum" 100 years ago July 23, 1914Aleksandra's Note: What follows is the impossible Austro-Hungarian ultimatum presented to the government of the Kingdom of Serbia on July 23, 1914, just over 3 weeks after the June 28th assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand in Sarajevo, Bosnia. Fair historians have assessed this ultimatum as being both unreasonable and, more importantly, clearly intended to set Serbia up to fail to meet the demands, thus giving the green light for the war against the Serbs...
  • Bill Whittle: The Case For Israel

    07/23/2014 11:25:11 PM PDT · by shibumi · 10 replies
    TruthRevolt.org ^ | 7/23/2014 | Bill Whittle
    Bill Whittle makes the case for Israel as only he can. Direct link to YouTube video.
  • The Reid Report

    07/23/2014 1:27:53 PM PDT · by DanMiller · 4 replies
    Dan Miller's Blog ^ | July 23, 2014 | Dan Miller
    Friends of Hamas continue to spout Hamas talking points. A spokesman for PM Netanyahu responds to one of them.This new video from Truth Revolt pits a pro-Hamas MSNBC interviewer against a spokesman for PM Netanyahu. She tries to blame Israel for Gaza's "civilian" casualties and he responds to her claims. He's good. [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eVZX2l6OhIE] Video link
  • Why those “in the shadows” will not become citizens

    07/23/2014 8:58:09 AM PDT · by Oldpuppymax · 19 replies
    Coach is Right ^ | 7/23/14 | Kevin "Coach" Collins
    At this point we are losing our battle against Barack Obama’s Democrat Voter Importation Scheme. This is not to say that we will not eventually regain our sovereignty and control our borders once again; America is too great to ultimately collapse under Obama’s attacks no matter how vicious. The fact that the Uniparty’s Ministry of Information had to post the latest Reuters-Ipsos survey showing Obama’s support at just 37%–and tried to hide it on a Saturday yet–shows we are making progress. The fact that Uniparty’s Big Business wing – the U. S. Chamber of Commerce felt it was time to...
  • Open Carry Marchers Draw Cheers on Independence Day in Colorado

    07/23/2014 7:21:33 AM PDT · by marktwain · 5 replies
    Gun Watch ^ | 22 July, 2014 | Dean Weingarten
    On Independence day, in Colorado, there was an open carry contingent in the parade.   The popularity of open carry in the area can be judged by the size of the contingent, which was an estimated 250 participants.   It was the most popular part of the parade.   From gazette.com: But the largest group of participants - and the one that got some of the most enthusiastic response from the crowd - were the estimated 250 advocates, many clad in red, white and blue, marching openly with guns holstered on their hips or slung over their shoulders. They carried everything from...
  • Congress must pass the OSS Gold Medal Bill

    07/23/2014 6:28:36 AM PDT · by Sean_Anthony · 2 replies
    Canada Free Press | 07/23/14 | Neil W. McCabe
    As our Second World War veterans pass to their eternal rewards, members of Congress are moving to recognize the most secretive of the veterans, the men and women of the Office of Strategic Services.
  • Islam's war on Israel

    07/22/2014 12:05:00 PM PDT · by DanMiller · 5 replies
    Dan Miller's Blog ^ | July 22, 2014 | Dan Miller
    Islam, the religion of death not peace, continues its winning streak. President Obama shows many signs of approval. An article posted by Daniel Greenfield at Front Page Magazine and republished at Warsclerotic is titled "Israel’s War with the Muslim Brotherhood." It makes a powerful case supporting this thesis: Israel has become a flashpoint in the region because it is the only place where an armed non-Muslim minority has been able to make a stand against Muslim genocide.  Israel has been fighting the forces of the Muslim Brotherhood in Gaza since right after the Holocaust. Its soldiers are fighting so that the same forces...
  • Greenfield: The Noose Around Israel's Neck

    07/22/2014 11:07:14 AM PDT · by Louis Foxwell · 17 replies
    Sultan Knish blog ^ | Monday, July 21, 2014 | Daniel Greenfield
    Monday, July 21, 2014 The Noose Around Israel's Neck Posted by Daniel Greenfield @ the Sultan Knish blog Israel is being hanged on a public gallows erected on the grounds of the United Nations with yards of rope gleefully supplied by the Muslim world. But the hangmen are mostly Westerners who still think that the Muslim lynch mob at their doorstep can be pacified with the death of a single victim. There are three things you can do when you are about to be hanged. You can walk proudly, recite a glorious line or two to embed your martyrdom in...
  • Jerry Brown for President? LOLOL!!!

    07/22/2014 10:55:34 AM PDT · by Reaganite Republican · 29 replies
    Reaganite Republican ^ | 22 July 2014 | Reaganite Republican
    More at Reaganite Republican...
  • How Long Before the Kremlin Fits DPR Commander Strelkov (Igor Girkin) with a Pair of Cement Shoes?

    07/22/2014 3:13:47 AM PDT · by Reaganite Republican · 13 replies
    Reaganite Republican ^ | 22 July 2014 | Reaganite Republican
    We all know he's lying, but Putin now cannot afford to tell the truth- and 'Igor the Terrible' knows way, way too much Live by the sword - die by the sword: The shady character running eastern Ukraine's pro-Moscow 'rebel' militia built his reputation on patriotism, guile, and cruelty: Igor Girkin -who took the non-de-guerre 'Igor Strelkov or 'Strelok' (shooter in Russian) for his part as a 'volunteer' in the Kremlin's ongoing land-grab in the Donbas- previously served as an FSB (post-1995 KGB) agent right up until March of 2013, held a top military-intelligence post in both Chechen wars, and had...
  • Rare Historical Photos

    07/21/2014 10:36:51 AM PDT · by Reaganite Republican · 4 replies
    Reaganite Republican ^ | 21 July 2014 | Reaganite Republican
    Geo W Bush visits Texas oil fields with his dad, 1955 More pics/video at Reaganite Republican...
  • Explaining the dangers of Sharia Law Part Eleven: More Muslims equals more violent attacks

    07/21/2014 9:32:46 AM PDT · by Oldpuppymax · 5 replies
    Coach is Right ^ | 7/21/14 | Kevin "Coach" Collins
    World wide experience has established that when an area that has not had Muslims living in it begins to be flooded by Muslims, violence ensues. The rough progression of Muslim population growth and its correlation to violent attacks on non-Muslims starts when they reach a population percentage of about five percent. At that plateau they begin to stir and organize. Shortly thereafter they start to make demands on the non-Muslim population as if they have always been there and are a historically oppressed minority. They will begin to patrol the streets in seemingly aimless patterns which in reality are far...
  • Community Organizer in Chief

    07/21/2014 9:10:32 AM PDT · by Sean_Anthony · 9 replies
    Canada Free Press ^ | 07/21/14 | Rolf Yungclas
    We’ve never had a “community organizer” as our President before. And we are seeing the disastrous consequences of putting this community organizer at the head of the most powerful nation in the world. He has taken the apparatus of government and used it solely to organize, or as he calls it, fundamentally transform, the nation into a characterization of his ideal world.
  • Dangerous to Young Children? Five Gallon Buckets or Guns?

    07/21/2014 6:03:45 AM PDT · by marktwain · 11 replies
    Gun Watch ^ | 18 July, 2014 | Dean Weingarten
    Which are more dangerous for young children, five gallon buckets or guns?  Five gallon buckets result in a small number of fatal accidents for young children; about 27 a year.   The accidents are not tracked as rigorously as those with firearms are.  I found a study that tracked them for six years.  From a pediatrics study:   Analysis of Consumer Product Safety Commission data revealed 160 bucket-related drownings for the years 1984 through 1989, representing a mortality rate of 0.367 per 100 000 persons (younger than 2 years old) per year in the United States. I have not found numbers...
  • The American Flag Daily: First Bull Run

    07/21/2014 5:41:54 AM PDT · by Master Zinja · 3 replies
    The American Flag Daily ^ | July 21, 2014 | JasonZ
    On July 21, 1861, the First Battle of Bull Run (or First Manassas, as the Confederates referred to it) was fought outside of Washington D.C. in Virginia. Expecting the war to be a brief conflict to put down the rebellion, the Union Army instead was defeated at Bull Run and retreated in shambles to Washington. After the battle, both sides realized the Civil War would be a longer, bloodier conflict than most had previously expected.
  • Why Tesla Motors can't sell cars in most of the United States

    07/20/2014 8:07:19 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 69 replies
    Engadget ^ | July 17, 2014 | Ben Gilbert
    Tesla Motors makes beautiful, quality electric automobiles. Don't just take it from us; Consumer Reports rated the Tesla Model S the "best overall" car in its 2014 Top Picks report (which includes all non-electric cars as well). Yet, despite Tesla CEO Elon Musk's ongoing effort to expand his EV empire, state after state in the United States is pushing back. Not because those states are against electronic vehicles, Musk or even Tesla; it's about the way Tesla wants to sell its cars. Specifically, it's about money. WHAT TESLA WANTS You know how Apple has stores where it sells its computers,...
  • Suomi K31 50 rd 9mm Quad Stack Magazine

    07/20/2014 7:24:17 AM PDT · by marktwain · 18 replies
    Gun Watch ^ | 19 July, 2014 | Dean Weingarten
    A friend was telling me about an experience he had in the Phillipines, where CIA agents had quad stack magazines.   I told him that I had heard of them, but only remembered that the were of Scandinavian origin.   A little research revealed that they were for the Soumi K31 submachine gun, made in Finland.  Several other submachineguns were made that use the magazine.   A fair number of Swedish K  (M45) submachine guns can use them.   The Swiss M43/44 is a licensed copy of the Suomi, as is the Swedish/Danish M37/39 Here is an excellent YouTube video describing the magazine...
  • Greenfield:

    07/20/2014 6:23:15 AM PDT · by Louis Foxwell · 10 replies
    Sultan Knish blog ^ | Saturday, July 19, 2014 | Daniel Greenfield
    Saturday, July 19, 2014 It's Another "Death to the Jews" Weekend Posted by Daniel Greenfield @ the Sultan Knish blog From Berkeley to Boston and from Paris to Sydney, the season is upon us again. Hipsters twirl  Keffiyahs from some Shanghai factory around their necks, don army surplus jackets and Decembrist t-shirts and head to the nearest Israeli embassy to scream about a new Holocaust. Shiites and Sunnis temporarily put aside their blood feuds and entire families of Syrian Alawites and Turkish Sunnis stand in London or Berlin screaming "Death to the Jews". Joining them are elderly Trotskyists and aging...
  • The American Flag Daily: Apollo 11

    07/20/2014 5:37:38 AM PDT · by Master Zinja · 3 replies
    The American Flag Daily ^ | July 20, 2014 | JasonZ
    Today marks one of the greatest milestones in human and American history when, on July 20, 1969, the lunar module of the Apollo 11 mission containing Neil Armstrong and Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin landed sucessfully on the surface of the Moon. Armstrong and Aldrin would explore the lunar surface for a few hours the following day, and all three astronauts (including command capsule pilot Michael Collins) would return to Earth on July 24th.
  • The Significance of Yellow Journalism, by Lydia Kingsmill Commander

    07/19/2014 12:37:45 PM PDT · by ProgressingAmerica · 2 replies
    THE SIGNIFICANCE OF YELLOW JOURNALISMBY LYDIA KINGSMILL COMMANDER YELLOW journalism is outwardly distinguished by the flaring makeup of the paper, the striking headlines in startling type and the free use of illustrations; by the attention given to crime, sports, divorces and the tragic aspects of life in general; and by the constant appeal to the emotions in the presentation of the news. Human interest goes into every column; everything is a story and is told as such. No papers were ever before, no others are now, so execrated and so beloved as are the yellow journals. But whether approved or...
  • Lose the Battle, win the War: The Story of Marbury v. Madison

    07/19/2014 9:12:40 AM PDT · by Oldpuppymax · 14 replies
    Coach is Right ^ | 7/19/14 | Michael D. Shaw
    Do you know that the verdict in this case actually limited the Court’s power? Following the loss of the presidency and Congress in the election of 1800, the lame-duck Federalist Congress enacted the Judiciary Act of February 3, 1801, creating 58 new federal judgeships and new circuit courts. Two weeks later, Congress created 42 justices of the peace in the District of Columbia. Chief Justice Oliver Ellsworth resigned, and President John Adams named Secretary of State John Marshall to replace him. The judicial commissions were signed by President Adams, and the Seal of the United States affixed by the Secretary...