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Christian slaughter in Libya

Raymond Ibrahim, This article was originally published by FrontPage Magazine.  The disputed fate of the 21 Coptic Christians abducted in Sirte, Libya is now clear and visible for all to see on video: while holding them down, Islamic State members shove their fingers in the Christians’ eye, crane their heads back, and slice away at […] Continue reading →

Obama Admin. Says Muslims Join ISIS Because They Lack Job Opportunities

State Department says killing people builds economies. Last night on the Chris Matthews Show, State Department Spokesperson Marie Harf demonstrated the mental disorder afflicting government bureaucrats. “We’re killing a lot of them and we’re going to keep killing more of them,” Harf said. “So are the Egyptians, so are the Jordanians. They’re in this fight […] Continue reading →

Egypt says it bombed Islamic State targets in Libya: state television

 Egypt’s military said Monday that it had launched airstrikes against ISIS-affiliated militants in Libya after a video purporting to show the mass beheading of Coptic Christian hostages surfaced Sunday. A spokesman for the Armed Forces General Command announced the strikes on state radio Monday, marking the first time Cairo has publicly acknowledged taking military action […] Continue reading →

Benghazi committee to review secret tapes on Clinton’s role in Libya war

 The special congressional committee probing the Benghazi terror attacks plans to review secretly recorded tapes that reportedly raise questions about then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s role in the 2011 U.S. military intervention in Libya.  The Washington Times first reported that Rep. Trey Gowdy, R-S.C., chairman of the House committee, told his staff to review the […] Continue reading →

This Is “Forward”?

Derek Hunter,   Progressive politicians and activists, from President Obama to NBC News, love to talk about “moving America forward.” But what does that mean? Forward into what? They never have an answer to that. Or, more accurately, they are never asked that question. But given how things are going in this country in terms of […] Continue reading →