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European Spine Is Celebrated

ewspapers across Europe Wednesday reprinted the controversial cartoon of the Islamic prophet Mohammed that sparked worldwide protests two years ago. These cartoons provoked widespread outrage in the Muslim world two years ago where many innocent lives were lost. The move came one day after Danish authorities arrested three people allegedly plotting a "terror-related assassination" of Kurt Westergaard, the cartoonist behind the drawing. Berlingske Tidende, was one of the newspapers involved in the republication by newspapers in Denmark. It said: "We are doing this to document what is at stake in this case, and to unambiguously back and support the freedom...

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A Highly Questionable Guide To Islam

ote the reek of dhimmitude in this report. And to think that the writer is a ranking member of Homeland Security. Reads more like he is working front and center for the Saudi Arabian dictatorship spewing all this one-sided milk and cookies mush. Why am I posting this article, despite its utter silence on the active ingredients of this religion of death? Often when confronted with the confounding obstinency and absurdity of current global events, we forget just what blueprint our own team in this war is using. To question WHY we are using this blueprint, we need simply to...


Fire On The Mountain: Timothy McVeigh

AST NIGHT GLENN BECK interviewed a Muslim political spokesman. The guest as usual began with the usual patriotic suck-up until Beck fired a tough question at him. He immediately sputtered into the predictable Ibrahim Hooper CAIR shuffle by tossing out Timothy McVeigh’s name while effectively changing the subject. Let’s recap. McVeigh never made a video praising Jesus or Jehovah, citing verses from the new or old testament as he and others hacked off the head of a civilian bound and gagged. Nope, I don’t believe he ever did. Maybe there was some secondary reference to Waco, but McVeigh was working...