No, This Is Not JFK’s Democratic Party

Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s House has more women, persons of color and LGBT members than any House in history — and fewer white males. Continue reading

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How Israel should react to France’s ongoing anti-Israeli arrogance

Israel’s decision to approve more than 2000 homes in villages in Judea and Samaria (aka West Bank) drew the standard condemnations from the European Union (EU) and France. The EU said that Israeli plans undermine the viability of a two-state solution and prospects for a lasting peace. The EU continues to ignore the fact that the Palestinian Authority systematically rewards violence. There is thus no logical relationship between the establishment of a Palestinian state and lasting peace. Continue reading

European Court Rules in Favor of Islam

Europe took another step toward sharia law last Thursday when it ruled that an individual’s right to free speech did not extend to “insulting” the Prophet Mohammed. The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) upheld the conviction of an Austrian woman who was fined for relating scripturally based behavior of the prophet to pedophilia. Continue reading

What the left does not understand about hunters

Forests are now awash with an impressionist’s pastels across much of the Northern US. Soon the color will drip as fallen leaves to the forest floor and it’ll seem like the Robert Frost poem “October,” (O hushed October morning mild; Thy leaves have ripened to the fall…) is being whispered by the wind. To hunters this is the call of the wild. Continue reading

Blue Lives Matter

In Florence County, SC, a police officer was killed and six of his comrades wounded when a man opened fire from inside his home on deputies who came to serve a search warrant, authorities said. The shooting continued for hours as the man barricaded himself inside with children, firing from a distance at officers who came to help. Continue reading

Die “Affäre Dönmez” und die Folgen eines entfesselten gender-feministischen Diktats

Nach einer “Abkühlungsphase” von zwei Wochen ist es angemessen, die “Knie-Affäre” um den Nationalratsabgeordneten Efgani Dönmez nochmals zu reflektieren und zu fragen, was denn nun an dauerhaft relevanten Einsichten aus diesem politischen Großereignis gewonnen werden kann und welche Schlüsse aus diesen zu ziehen sind. Continue reading