Following the mass slaughter in Paris of Charlie Hebdo journalists and artists, huge crowds and world leaders assembled in the city to express condemnation of the murders that were committed to shut down free speech in France.
However, the generally tough talk in defense of free speech tends to disappear in specific instances when people don’t [...]
Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) is a cultural and Islamic practice that is performed commonly on young girls with the hope that it will make them uninterested in sex when they get older. It is sometimes fatal because of unsanitary conditions, and may cause lifetime pain in victims.
A 2012 report found that 100,000 women residing in [...]
It’s disappointing that the key issue of immigration enforcement that sent more Republicans to Washington last November is being blown off first thing. On Tuesday I noted disapproval from a trusted authority: America’s Senator Jeff Sessions Slams Feeble Border Security Bill. In his press release, Senator Sessions criticized Mike McCaul’s bill: “We need reforms that [...]
We should be paying closer attention to what’s happening in France in terms of the phases of invasion via immigration. Pew estimates that 7.5 percent of the population of France is Muslim or 4.7 million, although six million is a number one sees frequently.
Some attention has been paid to the no-go zones of France, because [...]
There’s been a lot of bravado about free speech following the Charlie Hebdo massacre in Paris. The President was one of the worst, remarking:
The fact that this was an attack on journalists, attack on our free press, also underscores the degree to which these terrorists fear freedom — of speech and freedom of the press. [...]
Masked Muslims invaded the Paris office of the satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo and murdered a dozen cartoonists and journalists on Wednesday. The publication was an equal-opportunity insulter, goosing political figures and religions alike. But Muslims got their turbans out of joint when they saw Mohammed made the object of humor.
Below, the office of Charlie Hebdo [...]
The gold rush is on in California for illegal aliens to grab much desired driving permits so they won’t be deported or have their cars impounded as they drive to their stolen American jobs.
Boosters of illegal alien driving insist that learning the rules of the road will make the lawbreakers better drivers and less likely [...]
It’s remarkable what passes for good news these days, particularly in nations enriched by diversity. A report from France notes a decrease in the annual New Years car burning ritual — only 940 vehicles torched. That’s 12 percent fewer arsonized autos than last year’s 1067. Yippee!
Of course, diverse (mostly Muslim) car-b-cues don’t occur only on [...]
It’s bad enough that Democrat-run California has legislated driving permits for job-stealing illegal aliens, but that’s only the beginning of crazed uber-government run amok. It’s everywhere, from brightly colored toy guns to transgender rights. Sacramento has done its darndest to impose its nosey values into every area of life.
One non-existent liberal concern is public safety. [...]
Mark Steyn visited with Brian Lilley on SunTV to discuss the year in jihad in Canada and beyond. Interestingly, one common theme of the year was how western governments and media insisted upon ignoring the ideology of Islam as being causal, even as the bodies piled up. Even when jihadists declared that following Islam was [...]
Unwise immigration has its costs, as the French have been learning the hard way. There have been three street attacks in as many days, with at least two Allah Ackbars. As a result, the government has placed 1000 armed soldiers in urban areas where people congregate.
Predictably, authorities claim that crazies are to blame for the [...]
SFgate.com, the online home of the San Francisco Chronicle, recently underwent a rejiggering to make it more of a lifestyle site and less of a news source. Typical of the new format was a slide show with then-and-now photos: A Christmas Story: Where are they now?
Thirteen sets of photos are presented, with the final one [...]