Sunday, May 13, 2012

Scytl: Voter fraud facts and fiction

May 13, 2012

By Michelle Malkin With six months until Election Day, conspiracy theories are percolating on the Internet like bubbling mud pots at Yellowstone: Left-wing billionaire George Soros is going to rig the election for Barack Obama. Foreigners will oversee the nation’s entire vote-counting system. The fix is in, and all is lost. Before conservatives go all […]

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U.K.: Up to 20,000 Muslim polygamous unions robbing welfare system blind

May 13, 2012

Even Baroness Warsi has acknowledged that fear expressed as “cultural sensitivity” has prevented authorities from going after offenders and stopping the various ruses by which men bring in additional wives from overseas. Islamic law allows a man up to four wives. But British law does not. It would be bad enough if Muslims in Britain […]

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Moderate Indonesia: 17 churches closed in Sharia province of Aceh

May 13, 2012

These church closings are taking place in Aceh, the province where Sharia is being implemented. Clearly it is being implemented by Misunderstanders of Sharia who don’t know that it is benign, tolerant, and fully compatible with the values enshrined in the U.S. Constitution. Islamic Tolerance Alert from modern, moderate Indonesia: “Church Row a ‘Dark Time’ […]

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Teaching Muslim Children Jihad and Jew-Hatred in Toronto … Correctly?

May 13, 2012

by Andrew G. Bostom A complaint filed by Friends of the Simon Wiesenthal Center has prompted an investigation of the East End Madrassah, an Islamic school which operates out of a public high school in Toronto, the David and Mary Thomson Collegiate Institute. As reported by the National Post, East End Madrassah’s level 8 curriculum […]

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Bibi’s Win: The Largest Coalition in Israeli History

May 13, 2012

by Jonathan Spyer With an Iranian confrontation looming, he corners 94 of the Knesset’s 120 seats. The closing of a deal for a national unity government in Israel and the consequent cancellation of scheduled elections represent political triumphs for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Netanyahu’s maneuver is of significance not only for students of political tactics. […]

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ObamaCare’s Muslim Exemption

May 13, 2012

“Equal protection”? Muslims are exempted from the mandate because insurance is haraam. Laws almost always create unanticipated consequences. This is certainly likely to be the case when politicians bend over backwards to accommodate the currents of political correctness. ObamaCare uses the Social Security language of the Internal Revenue Code to determine who is eligible for […]

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DOJ vs. Sheriff Joe: Hispanic Discrimination in Photo of ‘Mexican Navy Seal’

May 13, 2012

I just read the complaint filed by the Holder Justice Department against Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio. (See also PJ Tatler on the radical lawyers who wrote the complaint.) The complaint includes a collection of sufficiently insensitive anecdotes by MCSO employees. One of the acts giving rise to the federal lawsuit is this outrage: MCSO […]

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Arlen Specter to Utah voters: Keep Orrin Hatch “Senators are being Canibalized”

May 13, 2012

It’s probably not the endorsement that incumbent Utah Sen. Orrin Hatch needs right now, as the Republican is locked up in a primary challenge from Dan Liljenquist. But Saturday on Melissa Harris-Perry’s MSNBC show, former Pennsylvania Sen. Arlen Specter, the co-author of “Life Among the Cannibals: A Political Career, a Tea Party Uprising, and the […]

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Iran: Four men sentenced to death by hanging for sodomy, in accord with Sharia law

May 13, 2012

Yet most gay rights organizations in the West ally with the forces that foster Sharia and Islamization. Someday they may regret that alliance, if their friends succeed in their objectives and turn and come for them. “Four Iranian men sentenced to death by hanging for sodomy,” by Dan Littauer for LGBTQ Nation, May 12: An […]

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Intelligence Community: Obama Spoiled Anti-Terror Mission to Spike Football

May 13, 2012

by Ezra Dulis The Guardian reports that members of the intelligence community are virtually apoplectic over the leaked underwear bombing plot foiled by a CIA informant who had infiltrated Al Qaeda: Mike Scheur, the former head of the CIA’s Bin Laden unit, said the leaking about the nuts and bolts of British involvement was despicable […]

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Part One — The Fiction and Non-Fiction of Obama

May 13, 2012

By Tiffany Gabbay It could be argued that if then-presidential candidate John McCain had truly assailed his rival Barack Obama over his exhaustive collection of dubious dealings and less-than-scrupulous friends (think: Davis, Khalidi, Pflager, Wright, Ayers, Rezko, Said, etc.), he just might have taken the election. Instead, McCain chose to “keep above the fray” — […]

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Rinkle Kumari – Plight Of Pakistan Hindus

May 13, 2012

This story is not only of Rinkle Kumari from Pakistan. This is the story of several hundred Hindus and other minorities living across in Muslim countries across the world. While there keep on coming some reports of people torturing them – physically and mentally, the story of Rinkle Kumari serves as a proof that in […]

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Is ‘Text-Walking’ the New Drunk Driving? NJ Town Has Fined More than 100 People in the Past Month for the Offense

May 13, 2012

Fort Lee, New Jersey is taking early action against what the Daily Mail is terming “text-walking.” What is the city doing? Simple– fining the offenders, in an effort to get them to stop. Police in Fort Lee., N.J., say people are constantly putting themselves at risk of being hit by cars because they do not […]

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The media love affair is ending – AP: Obama‘s Presidency a Global ’Disappointment

May 13, 2012

In this July 24, 2008 file photo, President-elect Barack Obama waves as he arrives at the Victory Column in Berlin. In Europe, where more than 200,000 people thronged a Berlin rally in 2008 to hear Obama speak, there’s disappointment that he hasn’t kept his promise to close the military prison at Guantanamo Bay, and perceptions […]

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Newsweek Cover Declares Obama ‘The First Gay President’

May 13, 2012

The accompanying article will be written by Andrew Sullivan, who is openly gay. Newsweek forwarded a preview of Sullivan’s piece to Politico: It’s easy to write off President Obama’s announcement of his support for gay marriage as a political ploy during an election year. But don’t believe the cynics. Andrew Sullivan argues that this announcement […]

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Sen. Rand Paul on Obama’s Same-Sex Marriage Stance: I Didn’t Think His Views ‘Could Get any Gayer’

May 13, 2012

By Madeleine Morgenstern Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) weighed in Friday on President Barack Obama’s endorsement of same-sex marriage. His take? “Call me cynical, but I wasn’t sure his views on marriage could get any gayer,” he said at an Iowa Faith & Freedom event. Paul added that he’s not not out to preach any “hateful […]

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