Wednesday, November 18, 2015


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The best chance for defeating the commie party. 
The Donald earlier today announced his VP pic in an interview as reported by RightScoop.

Months ago behind closed doors Trump met with Texas Senator Ted Cruz. Many speculated what the conversation was about, most generally assumed it was the forging of an alliance for the GOP ticket… Could this be the tell all?


Donald Trump on Tuesday named Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) when asked about his possible running mate in 2016.

“Ted Cruz is now agreeing with me 100 percent,” he said when asked about his vice presidential pick, according to Lifezette.

“Well, I like him,” Trump told radio host Laura Ingraham during her broadcast. “He’s backed everything I’ve said.”

8 Syrians Caught at Border in Laredo & 5 Syrians With Fake Greek Passports Try to Enter US from Honduras

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Border Patrol Agent on Border

Two federal agents operating under the umbrella of U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) are claiming that eight Syrian illegal aliens attempted to enter Texas from Mexico in the Laredo Sector.

The federal agents spoke with Breitbart Texas on the condition of anonymity, however, a local president of the National Border Patrol Council (NBPC) confirmed that Laredo Border Patrol agents have been officially contacting the organization with concerns over reports from other federal agents about Syrians illegally entering the country in the Laredo Sector. The reports have caused a stir among the sector’s Border Patrol agents.

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5 Syrians With Fake Greek Passports Try to Enter US from Honduras

 The passports had been doctored to replace the photographs with those of the Syrians.

Only 30 Paris Muslims in City of 224,000 Muslims Turn Out to Protest Bloody ISIS Attacks

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Muslims against terror Dan Sanderson

A small group of around 30 French Muslims from Bangladesh joined mourners in the Place de la Republique in Paris to protest the bloody ISIS attacks.

Approximately 10-15% of Paris is Muslim or at least 224,000 people.

Only 30 felt moved enough to protest the ISIS massacre.

What Defeating ISIS Would Look Like

Via David

Image Credit: Getty

Here, at night in the heart of the caliphate, the only sound was the laughing of the ISIS fighters lounging about in the safety of their capital. The screams that had pierced the air when the jihadis had captured the Syrian city of Raqqa on the northern bank of the Euphrates were gone; those infidels who had not been butchered had fled.

But there was a rumble in the sky, but not like from one of the few American jets that would occasionally drop a bomb and then depart. No, this was deeper and more distant. The jihadis stopped talking to listen, puzzled. Then they and their world were torn apart.

The first wave of 12 B-52H’s emptied their bays of 750-pound dumb bombs directly over the heart of Raqqa, followed by a second wave, then a third. Crack Air Force ground crews were waiting back at the base in Saudi Arabia, and rearmament took less than two hours. Then they headed north again. In 24 hours, Raqqa ceased to exist.

One Month Earlier

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"They slit their stomachs and watched them die."

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 PURE EVIL: ISIS Gutted Wounded Victims at French Concert Hall As They Lay Dying on Floor

Two British women who survived the Paris concert hall massacre, Christine Tudhope and Mariesha Payne hid in the cellar while the terrorists went on their bloody rampage on the floor above them.

The two women hid in the cellar of the Bataclan as the Islamists shouting “Allahu Akbar” slaughtered 100 innocents on the floor above them.

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Stop the Bleeding

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There was a painful irony when France’s immediate response to the terrorist attacks in Paris was to close the borders. If they had closed the borders decades ago, they might have avoided this attack.

Someone once said that the First World War was the most stupid thing that European nations ever did. Countries on both sides of that war ended up worse off than before, whether they were on the winning side or the losing side.

History may yet record that an even greater stupidity, with even more catastrophic consequences in the long run, was the European nations’ decisions to import millions of people with a culture that was not merely very different, but hostile, to the culture, the values and the people of the Western world.

Even now, people who publicly warn of the dangers can be prosecuted in various European countries under “hate speech” laws.

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Christian and Jewish charities sign up for self-destruction

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 Christian and Jewish charities are at the epicenter of “refugee resettlement.” There’s a lot of money to be made providing services to colonizers (aka “refugees”). And infidels are tripping over themselves to sign on for what will ultimately be their own demise.

Go figure.

States & "Refugees"

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The governmental crime of thought-crime prosecution

Via Nancy

Freedom of expression, whether you agree with the viewpoint or not, is a Natural Right.

18 More Months for Gerhard Ittner for Doubting the Indubitable

I have been “out” for 12 days – after three and a half years in prison at a time – and am in the process of “getting back into life.” Right after my release from prison, I did not feel that way. Now, however, it’s becoming more obvious. I have to get used again to everyday things; for example shopping. 

The day after my release from prison, if it had not been for Sandra, my fiancée, I almost would have marched out of the Müller drugstore without paying for the items in my hands. It simply did not occur to me that one had to go to the checkout and pay. (Maybe nobody would have believed me, but that is how it was.) Initially I also left the water running in the bathroom; I did not turn off the faucet.

 In prison in Nuremberg, you could not turn the faucet on and off – it was a push button there. Barely half a liter of water came out, and then it turned off until I pressed it again. There was no turning it off.

After the end of my imprisonment in Bayreuth (served to the last day without any easing of detention conditions), I was immediately transferred to the Nuremberg jail due to a new indictment for “inciting the masses.”

More @ CODOH

Veterans Group Holds Candlelight Vigil at Disrespectful Art Show

The use of a historic Confederate chapel at a Richmond art show is causing controversy.

InLight Richmond, an annual event put on by 1708 Gallery in Richmond, was held at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, which shares land with the Confederate Memorial Chapel.

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Obama's Three Lynch Mob Movements

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Barack Obama's demagogic presidency has unleashed state-sanctioned mob violence to a degree not seen since the Jim Crow era.

Obama-approved lynch mobs have been helping to force the fundamental transformation of America that the radical left-wing community organizer promised on the campaign trail in 2008. Creating little armies of malcontents has long been the way Obama's fellow Marxist agitators have turned groups in society against each other in order to generate the civil unrest and societal instability needed to effect unwanted change. Sometimes thugs get things done that elections can't.

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