Liberals apologize to Islam

Wave after wave of Islamic terror continues to crash upon the shores of Western democracies to such a point where it is difficult to go a week without an attack. Last week it was France again, the country has become a proving ground that the migration of Muslims is a conduit to mayhem. Last Friday police officer Xavier Jugelé died at the hands of an ISIS gunman who shot the 37-year-old in the head during the attack and then wounded two other cops in the middle of Paris.

Jugelé was no stranger to Islamic terror. He had spent time working in Greece to improve the vetting of migrants entering Europe. He was one of the first responders to the Bataclan attack in 2015 which left 130 dead and 84 dead in a truck attack last June in Nice.

Trump sells out to the neocons

“No nation could preserve its freedom in the midst of continual warfare.” — James Madison

If America grew nostalgic for undertaking Middle Eastern wars in the years following two Bush administrations, all they had to do was elect Jeb. Instead the country chose Donald Trump, a man with such ambitions and ego that he no doubt likens himself to a 21st Century Teddy Roosevelt.

“Bully,” say the old Republican guard cheering on the president’s missile strike on Syria and bomb drop on Afghanistan. Attacking the Syrian airbase endangered Russian personnel while the biggest conventional bomb crushed jihadists in a catacomb of Afghan tunnels. Both were a startling change from former President Barack Obama’s old lady leadership. More importantly, they reveal a startling foreign policy shift in the Trump administration.

The conspiracy to crucify Trump

Six weeks ago progressives worked themselves into a tizzy over absurd conjecture that President Donald Trump was the next Adolf Hitler.

The Independent Daily compared Trump to Hitler. The Los Angeles Times interviewed a Hitler historian who pointed out the similarities between the two men before they came to power (of which there are none, as Hitler was a friendless loser and a failed painter while Trump is a popular billionaire whose name alone sells products).

The New York Daily News plastered Trump’s picture on its front page that announced in giant type: Trump is Hitler.

A month later the liberal libel wagon was broadcasting that Trump would soon be impeached and going to jail. The media maintain this even after an almost year-long investigation which found no evidence that Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin had conspired. Still the media maintain it is only a matter of time before a smoking gun is found proving that Trump is a Manchurian Candidate taking orders from Moscow.

Progressive lies about Islam

Those who can make you believe absurdities can make you commit atrocities. — Voltaire

Islamic extremists have sworn to murder and pillage in the name of Allah and his prophet Mohammad. To millions of Muslims, infidels should be expunged. They interpret that the Quran demands a Holy War where murder and mutilation are essential to constructing a Caliphate.

Surrounding this evil core of several million coldblooded terrorists are hundreds of millions of Muslims that want Sharia law instituted worldwide. They believe Jews and Christians should suffer the punishments laid out by the Quran.

Black lives don’t matter. White lives don’t matter. Hundreds of millions believe only Muslim lives matter. But even Muslim lives are expendable if lost in the butchering of nonbelievers.

There are more than 1 billion Muslims in the world. If we assign a ridiculously low number of 0.5 percent Muslims worldwide that are willing to use violence, we have 8 million jihadists bent on murder.

Stop the presses!

The headline above is not my demand. It is my plea. Please, stop the presses, stop the propaganda, stop the lies. The mainstream news is giving me migraines. At the end of the day I know less than when I woke up in the morning.

My late uncle would tease that he only fibbed 10 percent of the time. He said people got upset because they couldn’t tell when that 10 percent was. The media, whose mandate is to tell the truth and nothing but the truth, are not even close to batting .900. I suspect we might be shocked by how often the media lies because of shoddy journalism or liberal ideology.

Billionaire media presidents and their millionaire anchors are worse than Hitler’s Nazi news. Joseph Goebbels was in charge of what the Nazi Party called the Reich Ministry of Public Enlightenment and Propaganda. That name alone told Germans that they were not being told the absolute truth but rather what the regime thought was important. They were honest about being dishonest.

The sexes, inseparable yet distinct

Since the appearance of the first modern humans 200,000 years ago, life has been built around the family unit of male and female. Feminists say there are very few differences between the sexes, yet we know this is categorically untrue. Men are on average 15 percent larger and 40 percent stronger than women.

Liberals pretend such differences do not exist, that men and women are biologically and psychologically the same. The resurrection of ignorance comes with the resurgence of women’s liberation on the heels of Donald Trump’s inauguration. The liberals have ignored the fact that women have never had it so good while men have never had it so bad.

Last week, embittered women protested their plight with the “A Day Without Women” strike. This and the entire movement are echoes from the women’s movement of the 1960s. A woman should have been elected president. If Hillary Clinton had a message other than “Trump is bad” or at least attempted to overcome her potted-plant persona, she would be president and the feminists would be happy as clams.

Donald Trump versus The Blob

 “I think you should send us the biggest transport plane you have, and take this thing to the Arctic or somewhere and drop it where it will never thaw.” – From the 1958 Hollywood movie, The Blob.

The United States of America, following the election of President Donald Trump, is effectively a superpower without a government. A civil war is being fought inside the Beltway between the established bureaucracy, some of them former President Barack Obama appointees, and the incoming cabinet and staffers who work for Trump.

Obama has the backing of the buttoned-down bureaucrats who rose through the ranks during the Cold War. They only see the world through a lens of East versus West and they are rebelling against the Trump presidency. Their hostility is encapsulated by four sentences the president used at a press conference last month: