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Virginia Military Academy Welcomes the Muslim Brotherhood

March 22, 2011


  [At] Chancellorsville, after all plans had been made, all orders given, he looked out at his troops and said, “The Virginia Military Insitute will be heard from today.  “Stonewall” Jackson. Improbable as this may seem, recently the Muslim Brotherhood was active in a program at VMA (Virginia Military Institute): ___________________________________________ Muslim Brotherhood’s Weeklong Celebration […]

Louis Farakkhan Nation of Islam Head Predicts Egypt Style Demonstrations Here

February 28, 2011


More than controversial and always exceeding expectations in dire threats he issues, Nation of Islam leader Louis Farakkhan warns Americans that what is happening in Egypt, Tunisia and other North African countries will be coming to your door. Just to give his warnings the look and feel of a coming reality, Farakkhan has asked President […]

US Press Could Spark A War In Their Enthusiasm for a Good Old Disaster

January 28, 2011


This afternoon, Wolf Blitzer almost lifted off the ground with excitement at events unfolding in Egypt and Jordan.  He kept repeating how serious it was in a tone that suggested that the winds of war were so strong, he might just get his kite out of the closet and fly it. This evening, there was […]

Trapped by Headline-Level Knowledge of Muslim Growth

January 27, 2011


Google Reader encourages it;  successful blog hits demand it: the attention–grabbing  headline. They are, however, often misleading in order to lead you to their door. We’ve all heard of the venerable Pews Charitable Trusts down in Philadelphia (their blog site is here).  Apropos of last night’s SOTUS, turns out that the man behind the founding […]

SamHenry on the News Media Turmoil – Platforms, Ethics and Subsidies

October 22, 2010


NOTE: SamHenry is returning briefly from a two-week hiatus to address the furor that has erupted  over the firing of Juan Williams from National Public Radio (NPR).  The issues raised are too important to be glossed over. Beyond ethics, where is it written that an employee should undergo a review of his work and his […]

Not Banning the Burqa in France Would Not Stop Terror Attacks

October 2, 2010


The U.S. is expected to issue a travel alert for Europe in light of recent terror threat information, U.S. officials said Saturday. Possible backlash from the French burqa ban is considered a factor. [CNN] In the war against terror, it doesn’t take any action on the part of any of the western nation these days […]

Alons, The French Ban the Veil and Re-Assert Import of Fraternity, Egality

September 14, 2010


The French are baaaaack.  The stormers of the Bastille are alive and well and leading the way with courage. The Senate has just passed a bill banning the wearing of face-coverings in public. The bill is aimed at ensuring gender equality, women’s dignity and security, as well as upholding France’s secular values — and its […]