davidl on June 14th, 2016

Jeb Johnson is making the media rounds for the regime and displaying the fact that Johnson  is a fool,  Wrong point one, from ABC News: Denying Muslims entry into the United States would be “counterproductive” and “would not work,” the U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security said today of calls to take such action. It is […]

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davidl on April 3rd, 2015

How much does the lame stream media react to the a failure to embrace, support and indeed celebrate the homosexual lifestyle, what the media calls homophobia?  Will it all depends.  The lame stream media has different standards for different communities who happen to chose not to celebrate the homosexual lifestyle? A family owned pizzeria in […]

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davidl on January 13th, 2015

I link to  USA Today, which explain why the paper is publishing the cover of the post attack edition of Charlie Ledbo, video: To defeat evil, you must first recognize and acknowledge it.   The regime refuses.  Charlie lives, even if the regime is rooting for it to die.

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davidl on January 8th, 2015

Mark Steyn draws a straight line between the ilk of the Barack Obama and the New York Times and those who invoke Islam to commit mass murder, video: Hat tip: Nice Deb The Islamist terrorists could silence what passes for Western Civilization when only a mere weekly publication in France, Charlie Hebdo, was brave enough […]

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davidl on August 29th, 2014

The face of evil, from Gordon Rayner, Martin Evans and John Bingham, Telegraph (UK): The woman who presided over the last five years of failure as the boss of children’s services at Rotherham Council is the same executive who removed three children from their foster parents because they were Ukip voters. Joyce Thacker, the £130,000-a-year […]

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davidl on August 18th, 2014

The Reverend Al Sharpton can go home.   The late Michael Brown was shot in the front with his arms down, from Daily Caller: An autopsy conducted on Michael Brown, the unarmed 18-year-old fatally shot by Ferguson, Missouri, police officer Darren Wilson last Saturday, shows that Brown was shot at least six times, twice in the […]

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davidl on May 6th, 2014

Radical whack jobs have combined forces to wage war on Africans.   First up,  from Caleb S. Rossiter, Wall Street Journal: Every year environmental groups celebrate a night when institutions in developed countries (including my own university) turn off their lights as a protest against fossil fuels. They say their goal is to get America and […]

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Eric Florack on August 25th, 2013

One of the problems that I’ve noticed these last couple of weeks and particularly the last couple of days as regards Syria’s attack on its own citizens  (supposedly, anyway) is a total lack of information about who was being attacked. This seems to me a crucial lack. We are dealing, it seems to me, with […]

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davidl on September 29th, 2012

Andres Serraon’s Piss Christ is not art. Whereas art intended to inspire, Serrano’s only intent with Piss Christ was to inflame Christians.   Further, the Obama administration has made  it abundantly clear that is does not recognize any peaceful protest as legitimate.    if a protest sn’t violent, the Obama administration never thinks it ever happened. […]

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Eric Florack on September 16th, 2012

Back along about the end of 2006, during a Christmas break, I wrote an extended piece about Islam and some of the problems in the world with relation to it. I’ll post it here, because I think it’;s ideas are still of import, and particularly because it is important to the extended discussion I’m about […]

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davidl on November 28th, 2010

Religion of Peace, Tim Fought and Nedra Pickler, Associated Press: PORTLAND, Ore. – A Somali-born teenager plotted “a spectacular show” of terrorism for months, saying he didn’t mind that children would die if he bombed a crowded Christmas tree-lighting ceremony, according to a law-enforcement official and court documents. Give an infidel sanctuary, and instead of […]

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davidl on November 26th, 2010

Religion of Peace: Islambad, Pakistan (CNN) — Two prominent Pakistani Muslim leaders threatened Wednesday to call for nationwide protests if the president pardons a Christian woman sentenced to death for insulting the Muslim prophet Mohammed. “If the president pardons Asia Bibi, we will raise our voices across the country until he is forced to take […]

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I won’t try to speak for the guy in Florida arranging for the very public burning of the Koran. Nor, by the same token, will I attempt to speak for the  foreign-funded groups attempting to put a Mosque at or near Ground Zero. Nor, in fact will I try to defend either. They stand or […]

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davidl on May 27th, 2010

Hell no to hatred.  Towel heads want to build mosque over  Ground Zero, New York Post: Angry relatives of 9/11 victims last night clashed with supporters of a planned mosque near Ground Zero at a raucous community-board hearing in Manhattan. After four hours of public debate, members of Community Board 1 finally voted 29-1 in […]

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on January 15th, 2010

Editor’s note: It’s with pleasure that I introduce to you an old friend of mine… and a new author here at BitsBlog… Maribeth Achim. Maribeth has always been a creative sort, and so when I told her about this website and explained it’s thrust… that I consider that our politics should be reflective of our […]

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