The Bild, A German Newspaper
September 28, 2011
Europeans are underwhelmed with the latest Obama Drama. With the sanctimonious attitude of a faux professor, Obama lectured Europeans on the importance of restoring fiscal responsibility to the European Union.
As humorous as it sounds, the Europeans found nothing to laugh about; in fact, they are insulted and indignant over the presumption of a profligate wastrel like Obama lecturing anyone concerning fiscal responsibility.
In California on Monday the 26th Obama warned the Europeans about their debt, stating that the European inaction was:
scaring the world. (That they)…have not fully healed from the crisis back in 2007 and never fully dealt with all the challenges that their banking system faced. It’s now being compounded by what’s happening in Greece. They’re going through a financial crisis that is scaring the world, and they’re trying to take responsible actions, but those actions haven’t been quite as quick as they need to be.
Forget trying to govern. President Obama has gone all in on class warfare.
Don’t expect any of his stimulus or deficit-cutting ideas to pass Congress. They’re not designed to pass in a House controlled by Republicans. They’re designed to pit middle-class and poor voters against job creators and the Tea Party’s low-tax philosophy.
The President’s legislative plan to stimulate the economy is a miniature version of his failed stimulus plan. Congress won’t pass another expensive bailout of the states and giveaway to Big Labor wholly funded with higher taxes.
Obama’s submission to the Super Committee contains $3 trillion in gimmicks and tax increases over the next 10 years, which will purportedly slice $3 trillion off the national debt. He claims a “cut” of more than $1 trillion in connection to the planned wind-down of the conflict in Afghanistan and Iraq. Obama raises $1.5 trillion with most of that new revenue on the backs of individuals making more than $200,000 and families making in excess of $250,000.
Sunday, September 25, 2011
Please join me at this historic conference in defense of freedom. This is a working conference, a workshop to meet, strategize and move forward with many of the action plans I lay out in battle plan for America, Stop the Islamization of America: A Practical Guide to the Resistance. Sign up. Come on, let’s work together on this. November 11th in Tennessee.
The Constitution or Sharia: Preserving Freedom Conference will be the first national conference on Sharia and the Islamization of America. Topics will include:
- Sharia and Jihad
- The European Experience
- The Dehumanization and Diminishment of Women in the West Under Sharia
- The Muslim Brotherhood In America
- Sharia and Legal Action
- Grassroots Organizing Against Sharia and Rabats (including Mega-Mosques)
- Defending Liberty In Legislatures
- Fighting Islamist Propaganda in the Media
Published September 22, 2011
Hundreds of thousands of Davis supporters worldwide who took up the anti-death penalty cause as his final days ticked away. They staged vigils in the U.S. and Europe, declaring “I am Troy Davis” on signs, T-shirts and the Internet.
Sept. 21: Anti-death penalty protester reacts after hearing about a delay of the execution by the U.S. Supreme Court for Georgia death row inmate Troy Davis In Jackson, Ga.
by Trish Turner | September 20, 2011
It’s a little early to be talking about a government shutdown possibility, but at the moment, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., and Republican leaders in the House appear to be on a collision course over how to fund disaster relief, one that could shutter the federal government in the next two weeks if a compromise is not found. And none appears to be in the works.
The current stopgap funding bill, called a Continuing Resolution (CR), expires at midnight on September 30, but lawmakers are scheduled to be out next week in observance of Rosh Hashanah, thereby speeding up the legislative clock. Congressional leaders know they have to use the CR, considered a must-pass bill, as a vehicle for disaster relief, as it is the least likely to be blocked.
Even more pressing, FEMA says it will run out of money by September 26, if Congress does not at least approve a chunk of emergency funds as soon as possible.
- Posted on September 20, 2011 at 4:43pm by Billy Hallowell
Today, the military’s 17-year-old “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy expires. The debate leading up to this day has been intense. Needless to say, the decision has been made and the ability to serve openly is now officially on the table.
With experts weighing on on whether or not the policy’s expiration will have a radical change on life in the military and with the public continuing to discuss and debate the issues surrounding it, some intriguing stories are beginning to emerge. Soldiers who have thus far served without discussing their sexuality — some of them while engaging in gay rights activism — are now coming forward.
First, there’s the story of Randy Phillips, a soldier who has taken to social media with the alias “AreYouSurprised.” While he initially made public statements and videos about his sexuality without providing his identity, has now made his face known. Gawker has more:
To celebrate the end of the military’s ban against openly gay servicemembers, a gay soldier stationed in Germany decided to come out to his family and the world in the most public way possible: by recording a video and posting it on the internet.
The left has done its job well: Norwegian reporters, for fear of being accused of Islamophobia, are now actually loath to remind readers that there is such a thing as Islamic terrorism.
September 19, 2011 – 11:48 am – by Bruce Bawer
On September 15, PJMedia ran a piece by me about the famous Muhammed cartoonist Kurt Westergaard, who a couple of days earlier was scheduled to have taken part in a press conference in Oslo, Norway, to celebrate the publication of a new children’s book for which he had drawn the illustrations. Instead of attending the conference, however, Westergaard rushed back to his native Denmark the day before. The reason originally given for his cancellation was that he had taken ill; but it then emerged that there had been concerns about his safety, and that the report of illness was a cover story. Reports were inconsistent: while the Norwegian security police, the PST, claimed that Westergaard himself had made the decision to return to Denmark, Geirr Lystrup, author of the book for which he had done the illustrations, said that the PST had made the call. Meanwhile the nature of the threat that had led to Westergaard’s departure remained murky.
Monday, September 19, 2011
The Palestinians were offered statehood in 1948 and rejected it. They also rejected numerous other chances to have it, because they’d never recognize Israel’s right to exist. Palestinian Arabs rejected a state in 1948 because they wanted to destroy Israel utterly
The “occupied territories” of Judea and Samaria and Gaza were under Jordanian and Egyptian rule, respectively, from 1948 to 1967. Why did the Palestinians never complain about “occupation” or clamor for a state during that period?
When Israel withdrew from Gaza we were promised that Gaza would be a place where the Palestinians could live freely and peacefully. Instead, it became another jihad base. A Palestinian state will too, since they have never recognized Israel.
Just weeks after Mahmoud Abbas, leader of the annihilationist movement in Israel, against Israel, said, “We will never recognize Israel as a Jewish state,” yet again ratcheting up the threats and the hate.