Stories by Christopher Cook
This raises a number of complex rights questions, including what rights non-citizens have when they cross the border into our nation and what rights prisoners have to be provided things that should not be considered rights for people not in jail.
But setting those to the side for a moment, Whittle’s logic is hard to escape on another point: Taking the statements of Lynch and others at face value, what IS the difference between seven million and seven billion?
Pretty darned devastating, according to some of the facts and figures in the Washington Post article cited below. You have to claw your way through some thinly veiled bias by the WaPo, of course, but the results have been stunning. See for yourself.
Quick point to watch for later in the article: The moment when a public employee announces he’s going to retire at age 55 and live off his pension. . . A pension that his fellow Wisconsonites will be working …
I admire Ross for his poise, but I am not sure I agree with his choice of responses. He says that “It’s a little bit of a different reception than what I am used to, but coming from a country that respects freedom of religion we respect what they are doing.”
Religious tolerance—indeed, religious pluralism—is a hallmark of the West, and rightly so. But these women are a part of a religion that is utterly intolerant of all others, and who will …
Surprisingly, Obama is not the worst. But he is the second worst, and without the excuse of a world war like FDR had, that makes him far and away the worst.
From the Washington Examiner:
We cannot possibly hope to prevail in the struggle against global Islamic terrorism if we are unwilling to recognize the fundamental truth: this is an old conflict. Very old. In fact, it was begun in Muhammed’s lifetime and has continued, almost unbroken, for 14 centuries since. And it will continue because, tragically, Islamic holy scripture (Sira, Hadith, and Koran) calls for it to do so.