Posts Tagged ‘Current Events’

The Blaze Oped: Clueless in the Vatican: Has Pope Francis Joined the Naivete Scene?

August 8th, 2016

Onboard his plane to attend World Youth Day in Krakow, Poland, Pope Francis spoke to reporters. Queried about terrorism committed by radical Islamists, he suggested, while what is being fought is a war, it is “not a religious war.”   He then added:   “It’s a war of interests, a war for money. A war for natural

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The Blaze Oped: Le Pen Is Mightier than Clinton’s National Security Sword

August 3rd, 2016

Traditionally, presidential party nominees are not reluctant to unsheathe the sword of national security during an acceptance speech to rally and convince followers their presidency will make, or keep, America strong. During her speech, Hillary Clinton’s sword remained sheathed.   Hillary’s comments need be compared to those two days earlier by a French female politician

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The Blaze Oped: An Obama Legacy of Accountability Avoidance: Islam and Race

August 3rd, 2016

Barack Obama has promoted two major lies during his presidency.   The first is his absolute refusal to call domestic terrorism by its real name. He labels as “violent extremism” what really is “Islamic extremism” in an effort to hide who should be held accountable for such acts.   The second is his refusal to

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Breitbart Oped: Would You Follow Hillary ‘To Hell and Back?’

August 3rd, 2016

As Patricia Smith spoke at the Republican National Convention of a son lost in Benghazi, one could feel her pain and anguish.   Her words conjured up other thoughts as well. Battlefield warriors, both past and present, sometimes are uniquely blessed—serving under leaders they proudly would follow “to Hell and back.”   To get there, and

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Breitbart Oped: Has Riyadh Officially Called an End to Its Kabuki Dance with Iran?

August 3rd, 2016

On occasion, monumental events occur in history resonating globally. When they happen, historians—to signify their importance—call them “shots heard ‘round the world.”   Just such shot occurred July 9th but failed to attract the attention of a world too easily distracted.   Ever since Prophet Muhammad’s death, Muslims have been divided along sectarian lines—Sunni versus Shiite.

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The Blaze Oped: The DNC Hack: ‘What Difference Does It Make?’

August 3rd, 2016

In the aftermath of the hacked Democratic National Committee email release, we have yet to hear Hillary Clinton air her infamous plea made in frustration during the Benghazi hearing, “What difference does it make?”   It makes a load of difference, particularly since there apparently is much more to come.   In a world in

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Breitbart Oped: Muslim Father’s Donald Trump Attack on DNC May Make Him Apostate to Islam

August 3rd, 2016

A parent can suffer no greater loss than the death of a child.   Any parent listening to Khizr Khan—father of Humayun S. M. Khan, a Muslim American soldier killed by a car bomb in Iraq in 2004—passionately speaking last Thursday night at the Democratic National Convention (DNC) undoubtedly felt compassion for him.   As

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The Blaze Oped: In the September 11 Investigation, Saudi Arabia is the ‘Grassy Knoll’

August 3rd, 2016

The long-awaited release of the classified 28 pages of the September 11 investigation by joint congressional intelligence committees that allegedly implicated the Saudi Arabian government occurred on July 15.   Members of Congress permitted to read those pages over the years suggested Saudi complicity was shown in the pages. Now, some critics’ reaction to the release of the pages

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The Blaze Oped: Media Needs to Press Obama on Islam

August 3rd, 2016

In response to the July 14 Nice, France terrorist attack, killing 84, former House Speaker Newt Gringrich called for deportation of Muslims supporting sharia law. President Barack Obama immediately criticized the suggestion as “repugnant” and “un-American.”   Shariah law evolves primarily from the Koran—a body of moral and religious laws dictating almost every aspect of Muslim life. Coming from the

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The Blaze Oped: In Considering JASTA, Congress Should Heed the Nutria’s Impact

August 3rd, 2016

North American fur ranchers, seeking to increase trade in the early 20th century, imported a large, herbivorous, semi-acquatic rodent from South America known as nutria. But when the increased fur trade failed to materialize, ranchers released the animal into the wild. Today, its destructive feeding and burrowing behaviors wreak havoc on U.S. wetlands.   Nutria’s transition from

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