October 2009

The Islamic Slave Trade, Part 2

ET'S NOT BE COY. Or naive. But instead, know that all men have sinned. None is perfect. But the truth must win out. To that end, let's take a look at the second part of a five part exposé on the past and contemporary face of Islamic slavemongering in Africa, a tradition that stretches back 1400 years to the very foundations of a single Arab warlord named Mohammed. Remember, not all Muslims have owned slaves. But as it consistently pointed out. Islam is unchangeable. Islam via the Noble Qu'ran allows for slavery. Furthermore, Islamic slavery throughout the ages has been...

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No Transparency, No Surrender

Remember when the Left howled to know name for name who was being snuck into the White House for discussions on energy policy? Remember the rolling outcry when the Bush administration refused to reveal its guest list, presumably comprised mostly of Big Dirty Badass Oil reps? Now, try to recall "Gentleman Jim" candidate Barack Obama's lofty but obviously bogus declaration of new White House transparency if he came to live there. Finally, let's return to Groundhog Day Reality in this Washington Times report... HE WHITE HOUSE HAS TOLD Congress it will reject calls for many of President Obama's policy czars...


The Islamic Slave Trade, Part 1

HIS IS THE FIRST OF SEVERAL CLIPS which should encourage anyone with a keen interest in the true history of international slavery to seek and accept modification of those horrific glass darkly episodes of the past, resisting not the continuing flow of previously hidden information out of partisan ignorance or fear or feelings of guilt or self-righteousness, but embracing the truth because not only does the truth set one free it also leads to an expression of relevance for today. For we in the West continue to wake up to the realization that there is much to relieve in terms...


The Thin Veneer Of Cultural Iconology

In his article—Confessions of a Cultural Drop-out—published by Pajamas Media, Victor Davis Hanson slays the huffing and puffing dragon of popular culture by assessing the thin veneer of cultural iconology as it swishes by with no apparent staying power. His last few paragraphs begin with eerily the same language I just this past weekend used to describe my own general malaise which can also be summarily dismissed as simple aging by those who, in Kierkegaard's terms, simply refuse to make distinctions , so I start here... FINAL, ODD OBSERVATION. As I have dropped out of contemporary American culture and retreated...


Return Of The Birthers

FTER FIRST OBSERVING the notorious "birther" movement back in July, 2008, long before many in the nation had tuned into the election, even before the financial crisis finally broke, which I anticipated atop the formidable shoulders of others here and here and here, there is finally a break in the courts for the "eligibilty to serve" suit to get heard. In what could prove to be a turning point in the legal challenges to Barack Obama’s eligibility to be president, a federal judge in California, also a former US Marine, has scheduled a hearing on the merits of a federal...