Posts Tagged terrorism

Apparently World War III is Inevitable

One of the numerous reasons I refused to vote for Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential elections was her open and wanton desire to start World War III with Russia (on top of her general warmongering nature).  Though I also did not vote for Donald Trump (for various reasons), I at least thought that he […]

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The DoD Finally Recognizes the Absurdity of “Gun-Free Zones”

In an interesting pre-Trump move, the Department of Defense (DoD) has notionally rescinded the so-called “gun-free zone” restrictions for military installations which have effectively, and ironically, made them soft targets in the recent past. Many pro-Second Amendment groups and individuals have called on the president-elect to take such a policy action upon assuming office in […]

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If You are Violently Protesting this Election, You are a Terrorist

“Terrorism” is defined as follows: ter·ror·ism  (tĕr′ə-rĭz′əm) n.  The use of violence or the threat of violence, especially against civilians, in the pursuit of political goals (emphasis added). As you can see, those who have taken to the streets to riot and/or destroy property, attack civilians, general calls for violence, and called for Donald Trump’s […]

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Benghazi Embassy Attack an “Inside Job?”

Reports now indicate that at least a portion of the terrorists who killed four Americans in the 2012 Benghazi embassy attack were composed of the embassy’s own security staff. Hired locally to man a State Department security contract just a couple of months before the attack, the security guards reportedly “were unvetted and were locals […]

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Dear Hillary Clinton: “No Fly, No Buy” is Equally Illegal as “Stop-and-Frisk”

During the first 2016 presidential debate a couple of weeks ago, Hillary Clinton chastised Donald Trump on the unconstitutionality of so-called “stop-and-frisk” policies of urban policing (specifically in New York City).  And credit where it is due, she is right – warrantless, unprompted searches conducted upon pedestrians simply because they are in “public” clearly violates […]

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France and Germany are Having a Tough Go Lately

Most people are aware of the largest terrorist attacks that have rocked Paris and Nice in recent months, and the Charlie Hebdo attacks that preceded them, but whether terrorism-related or just “plain” crime, both countries are seeing their fair shares of violence recently. In France: –Driver attempts to run over pedestrians, injuring several in Dijon […]

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Facebook Sued as a Terrorist Platform

In another example of the modern caricature of justice known as “jackpot justice,” a group of lawyers is now suing Facebook for $1 billion (!) for alleged providing a social media platform from which Palestinian terrorists were able to coordinate and subsequently execute violent attacks which killed four Americans and wounded another in Israel and […]

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