Friday, October 30, 2015

American Thinker

13 reasons why we should not admit Muslim 'refugees'
Carol Brown
President Obama wants to flood this country with “Syrian refugees.” As most AT readers know, we should not admit a single one. Unfortunately, a lot of folks are in the dark about what’s going on and/or are so brainwashed by politically correct thinking they dare not acknowledge the truth. We need to keep chipping away at this gargantuan problem of Americans choosing stupidity over survival. Any one of the reasons noted below should be sufficient to make the case as to why we must close our doors to Muslims pouring out of Islamic countries heading points West. But in case you encounter someone who is truly thick (and there are a lot of them out there), it’s always best to have several facts on hand.  They are not “refugees.” They are invaders; soldiers of Allah:….

Daniel John Sobieski
Well, at least they were not told to bake a cake for a gay wedding. In President Obama’s fundamentally transformed America, Christian bakers are forced by the blunt instrument of government mandate to cater a gay wedding regardless of their religious beliefs, but Muslim truckers can now refuse to transport alcohol because their Muslim beliefs and Sharia law prohibits it.  As an Equal Employment Opportunity Commission press release cheerfully chirps about its victory over Star Transport, a trucking company based in Morton, Illinois:…

Johanna Markind
Several federal agencies appear to have ongoing contacts with an organization that has been connected to international terrorism.

Rovvy Lepor
When two parties obligate themselves to the terms of a contract, it is fundamentally necessary that both parties commit to an identical deal. That's not the case here.

Steve McCann
The question must be asked: How much has the potential mutually assured destruction pact between Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton that is the Benghazi debacle played into Hillary’s run for President?

Kenneth Eliasberg
In the general election, the Benghazi Committee’s discoveries should doom Hillary’s electoral prospects.

Christopher Ricketts
Fifty Years ago in his essay A Family Policy for the Nation, Daniel Patrick Moynihan added to what he had already warned of in his report The Negro Family: The Case for National Action by stating that “there is one unmistakable lesson in American history: a community that allows a large number of young men to grow up in broken families, dominated by women, never acquiring any stable relationship to male authority, never acquiring any set of rational expectation about the future -- that community asks for and gets chaos.”  Moynihan’s word taken in the present context of same-sex marriage and same-sex parenting casts a light on black lesbians as a new matriarchal structure within the black community that is being acknowledged. However, what is rarely mentioned is that the African American community already has many years of experience with female same-sex parenting in the forms of structures such as mother/grandmother, mother/aunt, and mother/female family-friend co-parenting….

 Colin Flaherty
If you know a cop, you know a hero.  And today, heroes are getting fired for a new kind of bravery: telling the truth about black crime and black on white racial hostility.  They already have enough to do: George Orwell famously said “We sleep soundly in our beds because rough men stand ready in the night to visit violence on those who would do us harm.”  In Salt Lake City, it is going to take a crowbar to remove the police department t-shirts from the backs of two grateful 20-something sisters who were recently attacked and stabbed by a black intruder. A cop rushed in and killed the predator as he tensed to thrust his knife into one of the sisters. Again. Probably for the final time.  There is a lot of that going around. Both the violence and the heroism.  But at least two cops around the country are now heroes for another reason: they told the truth. And they were fired for it…..

Tom Trinko
Liberals often attack conservatives for not being charitable and caring. But studies show that conservatives give more of their own money to charities and that people who go to church give more than people who don’t. By the traditional definition, it’s liberals who are lacking in charity.  The disconnect can be explained by this quote from a liberal on FaceBook: There is precious little difference between me giving charity directly, and the government taxing me a little more and using that”. Apparently liberals don’t realize that increasing tax rates impact everyone, not just them. The reality is that Congress does not just tax this or that liberal but everyone, and hence the fundamental difference between the two cases is that in one case a person is being charitable by voluntarily giving what is theirs to the poor and in the other case the person is forcing other people to give what is theirs.  Liberal “reasoning” seems to be that raising taxes on other people is charity. But what did Jesus say?

Patricia McCarthy
American citizens outside of the protective bubble of the government are not only expendable, they are fodder for bureaucratic abuse.

Daniel John Sobieski
One of the charges in the impeachment of Richard Nixon in the Watergate scandal was just considering the use of the IRS for political purposes.

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