In liberal Sweden? How can this be?

The source is al Jazeera; make of that what you will. Sweden to expel up to 80,000 refugees Al Jazeera | Thursday, January 28, 2016 Sweden intends to expel as many as 80,000 refugees and migrants who arrived in 2015 and whose applications for asylum have been rejected. “We are talking about 60,000 people, but …

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If you are stupid enough to travel to North Korea, it should be at your own risk

From The Wall Street Journal: North Korea Detains U.S. Student Otto Frederick Warmbier allegedly committed a ‘hostile act’ By Alastair Gale | Updated Jan. 22, 2016 4:59 a.m. ET North Korea said Friday it was holding a U.S. student for committing an unspecified “hostile act,” the latest in a series of detained American tourists and …

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Never believe the Obama Administration If this Administration told me that 2 + 2 = 4, I'd check the math before I believed them

Remember: the CIA will say what the President tells them to say: CIA Spokesman Slams ‘13 Hours’ as ‘Distortion’ of Benghazi Events Ted Johnson, Senior Editor | January 15, 2016 | 04:31PM PT A spokesman for the CIA is criticizing the Michael Bay movie “13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi” as a “distortion of …

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The toll of Political Correctness is 14 dead Americans Will anyone learn the right lessons?

July 3, 2001, was a day I will never forget. I was at the concrete plant when the cement tanker driver, a 41 year old independent trucker who looked to be in good shape, complained that his chest hurt. “You’re probably having a heart attack,” I joked. “Well, my left arm does hurt.” We laughed …

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The case for Carly Fiorina

From Paul Mirengoff on Powerline: A case for Carly Fiorina Our friend Dave Begley has been running the rule over the Republican presidential field as it passes through Council Bluffs, Iowa and other venues not far from Omaha, Nebraska where Dave resides. We are proud to have featured his excellent reports on Power Line. Now, …

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Did President Putin take action while President Obama dillied and dallied?

From The Jerusalem Post: Report: Russian ground troops arrive in Syria in unprecedented military action US officials say Russia positioning tanks at Syria airfield Russia confirms that explosive downed plane over Sinai In an unprecedented move, Russia has sent ground-troops into the Syrian battlefield in support of Bashar Assad as the dictator struggles to maintain …

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Congratulations, Pennsylvania! We’re getting what you voted for! The change from first-person plural to second-person plural is to reflect the fact that I sure didn't vote for him

While sensible Governors across the country are saying, “No!” to accepting Syrian refugees, Tom Wolfe of Pennsylvania is saying, “Sure, c’mon in!” PA-Gov: Pennsylvania Will Continue to Accept Syrian Refugees Written by Nick Field, Managing Editor The Keystone State will continue to welcome Syrian refugees. According to John Micek of the Patriot-News, Pennsylvania’s policy will …

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Da’ish and Hamas are simply different parts of the Islamist enemy as a whole We cannot fight Da'ish without also supporting Israel

From The Wall Street Journal: Paris Attacks Undercut Western Hopes of Containing Extremists G-20 leaders expected to rethink approach to fighting terrorism By Damian Paletta | November 14, 2015 9:26 a.m. ET WASHINGTON—The consecutive terror attacks that killed 224 people on a Russian charter plane Oct. 31 and well over 100 in Paris on Friday …

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The #DemocraticDebate The candidates argue over whom will surrender the fastest

From The New York Times: Rivals at Democratic Debate Attack Hillary Clinton By Amy Chozick and Jonathan Martin | November 14, 2015 Hillary Rodham Clinton, who had set out to use the second Democratic presidential debate to portray herself as the strongest potential commander in chief while France reeled from terror attacks, instead found herself …

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Take this lawsuit and shove it

I will begin by stating what ought to be obvious: we do not think much of President Obama’s foreign policy, seeing it as a combination of ineptitude and weakness, when not actually harmful and dangerous. That said, this lawsuit is ridiculous, and no foreign government ought to have any standing or rights to challenge American …

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