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Islamic terrorism is not a narrative
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Islamic terrorism is not a narrative

Barack Obama and his colleagues categorically deny any connection between Islam and terror, calling it instead "a narrative battle." In fact, what they're doing is damage control for Islam. In the aftermath of this past weekend's Islamic terrorist attacks, ...
Clintons will honor controversial Palestinian
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Clintons will honor controversial Palestinian

It's no surprise that the Clinton Foundation would honor the wife of an Islamic terrorist, says an Islamic terrorism expert. Hannan al-Hroub is scheduled to speak at a foundation event Tuesday, September 27, despite her husband's role in a 1980 terrorist bomb...
When a culture rebels against God
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When a culture rebels against God

All was quiet in the home state of Andy Griffith until February 22 of this year when the Charlotte City Council passed an ordinance requiring all government agencies and private businesses to ensure that men could use women's bathrooms if they want to. The ...
Walmart Workers Refuse to Make Cop's Retirement Cake
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Walmart Workers Refuse to Make Cop's Retirement Cake

Three Walmart workers in McDonough, Georgia refused to decorate a “thin blue line” cake for a police officer’s retirement party because they said it was racist. A number of my Georgia readers alerted me to the story and on Saturday night I spoke directly with...
Court to blacks: Flee from cops
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Court to blacks: Flee from cops

The Massachusetts Supreme Court ruled that an arrested black man legitimately fled from Boston police because he feared being racially profiled, according to the judges’ decision dismissing his gun conviction. On December 18, 2011, police arrested Jimmy Warre...
Countering the lies of the left
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Countering the lies of the left

Mandatory voter registration is a bad idea – so are early voting and same-day voting. And contrary to popular opinion, opposition to these safeguards of election integrity does not constitute racism. The U.S. Supreme Court last week upheld Ohio's election r...
Can tonight's debate live up to media hype?
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Can tonight's debate live up to media hype?

First presidential debates are a lot like Super Bowls -- most years they don't live up to the pregame hype. How could they? The difference between debates and Super Bowls is that at kickoff, the score is even, 0-0. Tomorrow night at 9, Hillary Clinton start...
Rioters: Ignore facts, alter the narrative
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Rioters: Ignore facts, alter the narrative

Protesters in Charlotte seem to be ignoring – or even trying to change – an important fact about the Tuesday night police shooting. Protesters blocked a freeway, hijacked a truck and set fire to its contents, demolished police cars, and left 16 officers injur...
U.N. Watch: Obama's last act
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U.N. Watch: Obama's last act

In his final finger-wagging sermon before the United Nations General Assembly, President Obama last week saved some his most pointed criticism for the nation that elected him. By one count, the president "talked down" America 11 times. Among the references:...
Black students demand, get segregated housing
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Black students demand, get segregated housing

A California university is bowing to the demands of black activists and offering segregated housing for African-American students. After demands last year by the Black Student Union at California State University-Los Angeles for separate housing for black stu...