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Holder And Obama Ignore Subpoena

"A group of politicians deciding to dump a President because his morals are bad is like the Mafia getting together to bump off the Godfather for not going to church on Sunday."—Russell Baker HE OBAMA ADMINISTRATION SAID TUESDAY it would provide more information to the Congress about the Fort Hood military post shootings but true to past form continued to defy a subpoena request for witness statements and other documents. No word on what Congressman Darrell Issa's oversight committee will do next. After reading the presentation on Islam that Major Nidal Hasan gave to his professional colleagues, one even mildly...

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The 2 Per Cent Solution

OON AFTER 9/11 we began to hear about Islam, the peaceful religion. The whole concept seems so ludicrous, but it filled the media. Can you imagine someone calling Buddhism, the peaceful religion? It is like saying circles, the round figure. Yes, but isn't it what you would expect? When scholars use the term, it is usually in quotes, "peaceful Islam", to express the irony of the name. However, in working with the manuscript of my work-in-progress, Waging Ideological War, I realized that there actually was a peaceful Islam without the quotes. The Sira is Mohammed's biography (sira is an Arabic...


Which Islam Is Hijacked?

ell, it can be objectively stated that pure Christianity has been hijacked by millions of apathetic backsliders, and it can be said that millions of fundy Christians upset our secular notions, and it can also be said that neo-cons who wish to test a few new weapons usually go out hunting for rabbits, but every time the dusty-breathed Mohammedans sit up and take notice of the world, like the groundhog, only when corporeal power is once again in their camp, this latter turn is ALWAYS the result. So among the calliope classes this awkward history begs the contemporary question: which...


Islam In American Classrooms

Thanks to Brigitte Gabriel for sending us this piece authored by Adrian Morgan: he First Amendment to the US federal constitution was drafted in 1789, and was ratified by the States in 1791. It states: "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances." The interpretation of the First Amendment and in particular its first clause, referred to as the "Establishment of Religion" or...