On the night that a deranged terrorist murdered and maimed little girls in Manchester England, we can take some solace in the fact that the greatest bastion of Western Civilization is back.
America is back.
Back on the watch.
Back on the hunt.
Back in the world.
When President Trump became the first American president to speak in Saudi Arabia, he delivered a message beyond his words. He delivered a message that no one missed.
Read more →You probably know that I admire Scott Adams quite a bit. He’s brilliantly predicted everything Trump has done. And he’s not finished dazzling us with his prediction skills.
Yesterday he made a prediction of how we’ll kill ISIS. It isn’t pretty. He’s not advocating what will happen. He’s just telling us what will happen.
I’m going to offer an alternative end to ISIS. It’s one I’ve advocated for attacking radical Islam since 2001.
Read more →If you thought the government never made a mistake, this story might surprise (via Breitbart)
WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. government has mistakenly granted citizenship to at least 858 immigrants who had pending deportation orders from countries of concern to national security or with high rates of immigration fraud, according to an internal Homeland Security audit released Monday.
The Homeland Security Department’s inspector general found that the immigrants used different names or birthdates to apply for citizenship with U.
Read more →With the Islamic massacre at a gay club in Orlando, there’s a lot of talk about jihad and guns. The Gateway Pundit does a great job of keeping you informed. So you don’t need me adding noise. Instead, I’ll talk about statistics, which everybody loves.
There are about 320 million people in the United States. About one percent are Muslims. By comparison, about 2.5 percent of Americans are Jewish. It’s safe to say, then, that there are about 2.
Read more →On New Year’s Eve, male Muslim refugees rampaged across Europe.
They didn’t use guns and bombs. They used their bodies. On women.
This created a political-correctness nightmare for Europe’s leaders. On the one hand, the victims were women, and no means no, and we must always believe a woman who accuses a man of sexual predation (unless the man is Bill Clinton in which case we destroy the woman).
On the other hand, the assailants … no, no–assailants is too strong.
Read more →Dave: You hear from your folks, Mooch?
Moocher: Yeah, my dad called. He wanted to know if the house was sold. He could use the money something fierce.
Dave: Well, you can come and live with me when it’s sold. In Italy, everybody lives together.
Moocher: [laughs] Since you won that Italian bike, man, you’ve been acting weird. You’re really getting to think you’re Italian, aren’t you?
Cyril: I wouldn’t mind thinking I was someone myself.
Read more →Eve: May I ask your name?
Chance: Chance, the gardener.
Eve: Chauncey Gardiner? Mr. Chauncey Gardiner. Are you related to Basil and Perdita Gardiner?
– Being There, 1979
People tell us who they are, but we ignore it. Because we want them to be what we we want them to be.
–Don Draper, Mad Men
President Obama used his third Oval Office address in seven years to say “Honey, I shrunk the country.
Read more →“I think it’s important that as we again talk about the importance of free speech we make it clear that actions predicated on violent talk are not America,” said Lynch. “They are not who we are, they are not what we do, and they will be prosecuted.” (source: Daily Wire)
Take a slide on the slippery slope.
Yesterday I warned that thePC Police will soon call for summary incarceration of anyone who violates the rules of their nationwide “safe space.
Read more →https://youtu.be/siLsflWdhz8
Remarkable account of massacre by a police lieutenant who arrived first on the scene in San Bernardino.
Notice the difference between his reaction and the reactions of the left.
H/T Lee Presser.
Read more →I won’t blame the neighbors, but the neighbors knew.
Syed Farook and four or five others worked long hours in Farook’s San Bernardino garage for months leading up to a deadly Islamic terror attack last week.
Neighbors knew. They knew Farook and his Pakistani wife, Tashfeen Malik, were up to no good. But the neighbors said nothing until after the massacre at a center for the developmentally disabled.
**The suspicious neighbors were afraid, not of the Muslim terrorists, but of political correctness.
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