Government

Truly Symbolic Of A Caliphate, Not Europe

ERHAPS IT SHOULD BE NOTED once again what a certain Muslim, a leader of present day Turkey, Recep Tayyip Edrogan has publicly proclaimed, "The mosques are our barracks, the domes our helmets, the minarets our bayonets, the believers our soldiers." To borrow a riff from Bob Dylan and merge it with the old Saturday Night Live tagline, surely it doesn't take a weatherman to know that Turkey's not quite ready for prime time, or to be a good neighbor to the European community. The prime minister has also been quoted as saying that the term "moderate Islam" is ugly and...

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America's Limp Leadership

oes the average Joe Hammerhead seeking clues to what ails his country tis of thee really have a clean shot at figuring out why its limp leadership also appears to be deaf, dumb, and blind in ignoring those rather obvious factors poised to take us down, but I'll take a shot. In short, it appears there are several things hamstringing the United States government in responding to these Islamic thugs commingling in our midst: 1) Saudi money. The Saudis for decades have had a program where any retiring pol who says good things about Saudi Arabia gets nice big fat...


Nathan Hale, Where Are You?

RANIAN ARABIC LANGUAGE network Al Alam on Friday aired new video showing one of 15 British detainees apologizing to Iranians for "entering your waters without permission." The British government responded by criticizing the treatment of the sailors and marines, with Prime Minister Tony Blair saying Iran faces "increasing isolation" for refusing to release the service personnel. The video showed three UK personnel seated in front of a floral backdrop, with one of them later appearing on camera to read a confession to what Tehran claims was their illegal entry into Iranian territory a week ago. "I deeply apologize for entering...


Moving Violations in Brunswick, GA

OSS-TRAINED BRUNSWICK, GA—Project readers might be interested in an example of how voter suppression and denial of voting rights has allegedly occurred down along the Georgia marshes where I once roamed. The following paragraph is taken from an online source: "Brunswick is a small port city on the Atlantic Ocean of about 17,000 people, some 70 percent African-American, who are mostly poor. Just across the marsh are St. Simon's Island and Sea Island, where the G-8 summit was held in the summer of 2004. Both islands are home to some of the wealthiest people in the U.S., particularly Sea Island,...