Prager University is a fascinating collection of brief videos on a variety of subjects from politics to history and philosophy.
Prager U has published a good five-minute explanation of radical Islam, currently the world’s most poisonous ideology, comparable to the extremist beliefs that roiled the 20th century. The speaker is Raymond Ibrahim, a researcher and author focused on […]
People in the business of adding automation and subtracting humans from the workplace claim to be concerned about whether the remaining humans are happy with the arrangement. Certainly companies want customers to be comfortable when in direct contact with smart machines, but the opinion of average workers probably counts for sub-zero in the big offices.
This year of 2015 has been a very bad one for free speech, starting with the Charlie Hebdo slaughter in January by jihadists, as Mark Steyn declared in his Copenhagen speech Saturday. In fact, Steyn observed that it has been “a disastrous 10 years” since the original Danish cartoon controversy that began when the newspaper […]
Haven’t western elites noticed yet that the natural state of Muslims is strife? The newbies in Germany haven’t even learned the route from the “refugee” center to the welfare office and they are already stirring up trouble.
Christians have been segregated in asylum camps for safety because they have been threatened by Muslims.
The BBC reported on […]
The retired basketball star Kareem Abdul Jabbar appeared with Maria Bartiromo on Sunday to flack his new book and also to deny the obvious truth that Islam is a religion of conquest that tortures and kills anyone who resists its rule.
Out in the real world, Christians in the Middle East are being mass murdered and driven out […]
Saturday’s New York Times had another of its predictable open-borders items on the front page, where it bashed Americans for being fearful of potentially dangerous foreigners being dumped in their communities by Washington.
Apparently, citizens don’t trust the government to protect them from enemies. Should anyone be surprised about that attitude, given the numerous jihadist murders and dozens […]
Representative Brian Babin appeared with Sean Hannity recently on Fox News to discuss the issue of Syrian refugee resettlement in America, which the administration intends to crank up to as many as possible.
There are millions who want to come, and hundreds of thousands from Africa, the Middle East and Asia are flocking to Europe in […]
The United States used to have separation of church and state as an important principle, but now it’s more convenient for big Washington government to fund alleged do-gooder projects through the Catholic church, which is happy to receive the easy money.
In fact, the cassock brigade has amassed more than $1.6 billion since 2012 from federal […]
Apparently American voters are suspicious of Muslims and their intentions toward free people. How could that be?
Perhaps it’s all the beheadings and other Islamic violence in the news for years. They do make a bad impression on American voters.
Below, ISIS jihadists behead 21 Coptic Christians in Libya.
Neck slicing does appear to be a Muslim preference for violence. […]
Illegal aliens have become picky shoppers during the current Camp-of-the-Saints-style invasion of Europe. The intruders are plugged in to the internet on their smartphones to keep up on optimal routes, and they are similarly knowledgeable about where the big freebies are. Hint: the favored goal on the invaders is Germany, thanks to Chancellor Merkel’s invitation to […]
When Islam arrives via immigration, free speech leaves. Marine Le Pen, leader of the National Front party, will face trial for comparing Muslims to Nazis.
Specifically, in 2010 she said that Muslims praying en masse in the streets were an unwelcome occupation of public space not unlike the bitter years of WWII when Hitler’s army ruled […]
Futurist forecasts are generally fun to read, and are even better when the crystal ball gazers are experts in the field. That’s the case with the paper Technological Tipping Points and Societal Impact, which polled 800 tech execs for their opinions of what’s ahead.
Another paper from the World Economic Forum focused on the workplace revolution: How […]