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Islamic Terrorists or Tragic Heroes?

Raymond Ibrahim, The Western media’s ongoing attempts to portray aggressors—even suicide-bombers—as victims. The so-called mainstream media’s approach to and apologias for Islamic terrorism have become as predictable as they are farcical.  In a recent piece titled, “A Mysterious Act of Mercy by the Subway Bombing Suspect,” the New York Times’ Jeffrey Gettleman portrays would-be suicide

11 Things Every Real Conservative Should Ask On A First Date

Kurt Schlichter, Recently, a young being – I don’t want to presume its gender identity, but it’ll probably throw a hissy fit about my blatant chrono-shaming anyway – scribbled an article titled 10 Things Every Intersectional Feminist Should Ask On a First Date for his/her/xir fellow liberal freaks. It’s an illuminating view into the twisted

While We Await the Court’s Ruling on Masterpiece Cakes, A Dose of Reality from India

Michael Brown, The Supreme Court has now heard the arguments in the Masterpiece Cakeshop case, a case that pits gay rights against religious rights. But a ruling is not expected until June 2018. That gives us plenty of time to ask ourselves, “Would I lose my livelihood because of my religious convictions? Am I willing

Paul Manafort’s French Connection

Rachel Marsden, PARIS — The news broke early Monday that Paul Manafort, a longtime Washington establishment figure and Republican political strategist, had been indicted by a grand jury on 12 counts as a result of special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into possible Russian interference in last year’s U.S. presidential election. People hear “Russia collusion investigation,”