Death for a Jihadist

Tszokhar Tzarnaev, has been sentenced to death. Good. It is the only possible sentence to give to his level of crime. A terrorist, a jihadist no less, bent on killing Americans, taking one small step toward the ultimate goal of bringing down this country and establishing Sharia law over the freest country ever in the…

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Capetown is not Jerusalem

…and Israel is not Apartheid. Jew haters, anti Zionists, Marxists, Islamists, and all those who have a problem with liberated Jews governing themselves within a free Jewish government in an independent Jewish State, often use the term,” Apartheid,” as one epithet of many  to describe their distaste for that Jewish expression of freedom. But is…

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Jerry Seinfeld and political correctness in school

Jerry Seinfeld recently did a radio interview on ESPN with Colin Cowherd where he said that its becoming harder to do stand up at  college campuses anymore because “There’s a creepy PC thing out there that really bothers me.” After Seinfeld’s remarks, the interview went viral. “They just want to say these words. That’s racist,…

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Allowing in thousands of Muslim refugees from Syria

  Recently the United States government announced that in keeping with our humanitarian American values we are going to allow in thousands of Syrian refugees  to give them a chance at a better life. In an attempt to cool the fears of both law enforcement and law makers about the risks of letting in large…

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Deir Yassin: Evidence

A few weeks ago I published a harthives piece from 2009 on the culture of Deir Yassin, and why it stood out over most of the other battles during Israel’s war of Independence. A collaboration between the Israeli left and Palestinian propaganda starting in the late 1950s built a cottage industry claiming that the IDF…

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Review: The Good Lie

With the rise of Islam pushing out on all frontiers in what Samuel Huntington termed “fault line wars,” their Jihad against the world takes a human toll that any decent person would find inexcusable.  Some non Islamic populations are strong enough to withstand their onslaught and maintain a semblance of freedom and normalcy, Israel, India,…

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Palestine before Zionism: Part II, more witnesses

This is part II of Palestine before Zionism. Part I was published previously. In case you missed it, and would like to see it go here. Probably one of the most telling of all these witnessed accounts would be that of Mark Twain’s, Innocents Abroad.  One of the foremost American writers of the 19th century…

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