Posts Tagged ‘Islamic Extremism’

Obfuscating The National Security Threat

January 11th, 2011

Published in Family Security Matters January 11, 2010 Successful aerospace businessman and lecturer Norman Augustine has been known to employ cynicism to make a point.   Emphasizing the need for clear speech, he once commented, “Simply stated, it is sagacious to eschew obfuscation.” While one may not necessarily grasp Augustine’s words, one grasps his point. What is

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Attacking The Iranian Octopus

January 8th, 2011

Published in Human Events January 7, 2011 The April 2010 BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico provides a parallel lesson on how to conduct U.S. foreign policy. An oil rig explosion there triggered the largest accidental marine spill in petroleum industry history, releasing oil pollutants into the environment for three months until the

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Islamist Grinch Who Stole a Christmas Carol

December 21st, 2010

Published in The Washington Times December 20, 2010. During the Christmas holiday season, while many may hear the song, few probably know its significance in connection to the Islamic extremism we fight today. Not originally intended as a Christmas carol, the popular 1944 duet became a holiday favorite. In 1949, “Baby, It’s Cold Outside” gained

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Mute Voices Soon Make Iran’s Nukes Moot

November 17th, 2010

Published in Human Events Novemer 17, 2010 Those pleased with mid-term election results should be concerned about critical discussions missing during the candidates’ campaigns.  The tone for the missing discussions was set by a president whose national security guidelines fail to recognize the greatest existing threat to our freedoms. As pointed out prior to Election Day by

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How the West is Being Lost

November 13th, 2010

Published in Human Events November 13, 2010 Wall Street financial scammer Bernie Madoff’s success stemmed from preying upon people’s trust, coupled with the naïve cooperation of federal regulators who failed to see what was coming.  But Madoff’s scam pales in comparison to one being pulled off against unsuspecting Americans with the naïve cooperation of a

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Sharia Threatens U.S. Liberty

October 11th, 2010

Published in Human Events October 10, 2010 Today we have an executive branch of government that has yet to correctly label the most serious threat to our freedoms that exists. We have a legislative branch with a somewhat better understanding of that threat, as evidenced by its action in July denying use to purveyors of

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Islamists Say the Darndest Things

September 26th, 2010

Published in Human Events September 25, 2010 Comedian Bill Cosby once hosted a television program entitled “Kids Say the Darndest Things.” Viewers were entertained by the hilarious insights offered on serious topics from “the mouths of babes.” Based on outrageous comments from the mouths of some Islamic sources as to the causes for various global

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Holocaust’s Holy Grail

September 19th, 2010

Published in Human Events September 19, 2010 Martin Dannenberg, 94, died August 18. Unfortunately, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad never met him. While Americans will not recognize the name, Dannenberg made one of the most startling discoveries of World War II. Two days before Adolf Hitler committed suicide, a German official led U.S. Army Sgt. Dannenberg

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When Prophet and Profit Team Up

September 14th, 2010

Published in Human Events September 14, 2010 Evil comes with different faces. It comes with the face of Taliban militants who last month killed ten members of a medical team returning from remote, Northern Afghanistan after providing eye care to rural villagers. The killers—extremist Muslims—were taught Islam had something to fear from non-Muslims providing free

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Muslim Non-Assimilation

September 6th, 2010

Published in Human Events September 5, 2010 The small town of Richmond, Maine, offers a key to understanding why we need be concerned, not only about building a mosque at Ground Zero in New York City, but anywhere. Richmond’s history goes back to the mid-1600s. During World War II, it became the epicenter of the

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