But, but, but, multiculturalism!

We noted here that Brandeis University withdrew its planned honorary doctorate to Ayaan Hirsi Ali, an advocate for women’s rights in Muslim societies. Now, via Donald Douglas, I found this story: Child bride forced into marriage poisons groom and three of his friends in Nigeria Imagine, for the moment, the horror, the terror that would …

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These two, short sentences tell you a lot about our government

I was sent this, author unknown, but truthful insight: These two, short sentences tell you a lot about our government: 1. We are advised to NOT judge ALL Muslims by the actions of a few lunatics, but we are encouraged to judge ALL gun owners by the actions of a few lunatics. 2. Seems we …

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Euphemisms!

Thanks to Robert Stacey Stacy McCain, I have discovered a new term, used by the National Institute of Health — which must make it official! — for lesbians: women of minority sexual orientation. It would seem to your Editor that such an official, but less than completely descriptive term could cover a great many things. …

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Quite possibly the dumbest thing I’ve ever heard

A couple of years ago, I received a summons for jury duty. I responded by telling them I should not serve because I am about half deaf. It would be irresponsible for me to be seated on a jury, possibly deciding some man’s fate, if I could not hear the testimony and evidence clearly. Well, …

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The Rebel

From Wikipedia: The Rebel is a 76-episode American western television series that ran originally on the ABC network from 1959 to 1961. The Rebel was one of the few Goodson-Todman Productions outside the game show ventures. Starting in December 2011, reruns of The Rebel began to air on Me-TV. The series is about the adventures of young Confederate Army veteran Johnny Yuma, an aspiring writer, played by Nick Adams. Haunted by his memories of …

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Anderson Cooper Confirms MSM Bias

Yes, sometimes Miracles do happen in the most unlikely places. Yes, I know Anderson Cooper is gay, but the main part of this story to me is he confirms as a lib what we all knew, but no lib dare utter – Confirming MSM BIAS Anderson Cooper: ‘Why Does Alec Baldwin Get a Pass Using …

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From Around the Blogroll

Starting this week with an absolutely huge story, from Sister Toldjah: Navy judge: Obama exerted “unlawful command influence” on military sexual assault sentencing Posted by: ST on June 15, 2013 at 10:55 am Stars and Stripes reports on an interesting ruling coming out of a Hawaii military court this week involving two defendants in separate …

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Notice anything missing?

From Page B-2 of today’s Philadelphia Inquirer: Police reported Monday that they were looking for suspects in two sexual assaults. On Sunday, a 30-year-old woman reported that she was sexually assaulted about 3 a.m. by an unknown man as she walked in the 1800 block of Passyunk Avenue in South Philadelphia, police said. The offender …

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How Did Code Pink Get Access To The National Defense University?

I had wondered how Code Pink had found her way into NDU which is located in Ft. McNair in Washington, DC. I know you need to have an official Government ID, a reason to be there, and a specific location where you are going. So, how is it that Medea Benjamin got a pass to …

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