Day: July 2, 2016

Buddhist Mob Burns down Mosque

Here’s a paragraph I never expected to read. On June 23, a Buddhist mob [of] about 200 targeted a mosque and other religious buildings in a Muslim-dominated village in the Bago region. One Muslim man was injured and the minority group sought refuge in a neighboring town. Buddhists mob. Not unimaginable but I guess I’d …

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Steve Kenda Responds to Chris Sununu’s Vote to Pay Tribute to Planned Parenthood

This past week Republican Executive Councilor Chris Sununu’s voted to sacrifice over half a million dollars in taxpayer tribute to appease the ‘angry gods’ of Planned Parenthood Norther New England. State Senate District 24 Candidate Steve Kenda had this to say about the vote on his Facebook page. Chris Sununu‘s decision to restore funding to PP is …

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GrokTALK! – Chris P. Bacon, Warner Todd Huston, and Regina Birdsell

No live show this week but we’re taking you back to May 31st, 2014 with Breitbart contributor Warner Todd Huston, House Rep. and State Senate candidate Regina Birdsell, and frequent commenter (back then) Chris P. Bacon calls in to add his “cents” to the conversation. >>> You Can Listen to us on Stitcher Smart Radio! <<< …

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Data Point – US Muslims and US Law vs Sharia

Assimilating (reformatted, emphasis mine)? From October 22 to October 26, 2012, Wenzel Strategies polled 600 U.S. Muslims of high socio-economic status. They were asked: Do you believe that criticism of Islam or Muhammad should be permitted under the Constitution’s First Amendment?  58% – “no”, 42% – “yes” Those who criticize or parody Islam in the U.S. …

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Notable Quote – Matt Ridley

[T]oday few people appreciate just how similar the arguments made by Smith and Darwin are.  Generally, Adam Smith is championed by the political right, Charles Darwin more often by the left.  In, say, Texas, where Smith’s emergent, decentralised economics is all the rage, Darwin is frequently reviled for his contradiction of dirigiste creation.  In the …

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