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More Islamofascism – virulent PC virus

Yup, the Washington cocktail crowd of P.C. Arsdom still has their collective noses in dark places while the rest of the infidel world laughs at us or is put to death in so-called “honor killings.”  Take the case of teenager Rifqa Bary (one among many!), for whom Pamela Geller has rallied for months and is blogging to try to keep her alive (recent rally in Ohio):  Rifqa Bary: Teenage Apostate in America

The shameful decision to try the 9/11 terrorists in civil court is a travesty of justice.  The penury of prudence would be malpractice in any other field and should be barred from civilian courts.  How would these animals obtain a jury of their peers within a 50 mile range of New York City?  And if enough Muslim men could be sought, how could they be expected to abnegate their theology and ideology for the length of the trial so as not to be impartial?  Either way, justice is not served and the United States is put on trial with our military secrets out on the table for our enemies to see.  Thank you, Messrs President and Attorney General.


The deadliest virus: Political correctness

U.S. soldiers pay their respects in front of fallen soldier memorials for the shooting victims after the III Corps and Fort Hood Memorial Ceremony at Fort Hood, Texas.

‘You see, Pinocchio,” said the Blue Fairy, “a lie keeps growing and growing until it’s as plain as the nose on your face.”

Sadly, this simple lesson, once taught only to small children, must be taught again to “grown-ups” who have conditioned our culture, our politicians and even our armed forces to deny and ignore the grave threats we face. But today the lies are called “political correctness,” and the consequences can be death.

Far more dangerous than Maj. Nidal Hasan’s heinous act at Fort Hood is our collective refusal to see it for what it is: a terrorist act inspired by radical Islam. Radical Islam is made more dangerous because political correctness has conditioned us not to identify it as the source of terrorism.

Like so much else delivered to us by the self-anointed virtuous class, the political correctness that would make us a “fairer” and more “open-minded” society now has us on our knees. We have so successfully shut down our body politic’s immune system that any foreign agent — in this case, radical Islam — is free, even encouraged, to run wild in our defenseless society. Even lost lives don’t slow the virulent PC virus.

By turning Hasan into a victim, a “soldier who snapped,” terrorism’s unwitting domestic enablers denied the real danger. Sadly, the Fort Hood terror attack shows that no institution is more severely compromised by the autoimmune shutdown than the U.S. Army itself.

Gen. George Casey, chief of staff of the Army, has mouthed the pieties of denial so convincingly and so repeatedly as to expose himself as perhaps being terminally infected. The Army’s culture is now so compromised that soldiers are conditioned to be more fearful of accusations of “Islamophobia” than of radical Islam. When the general’s first public reaction to the terrorist attack was to circle the wagons around “diversity,” can anyone blame them?

Ironically, Hasan was fast-tracked through the Army because of his radical beliefs. Authorities knew far more about Hasan before he struck than they currently know about many of the Sept. 11 hijackers. Yet the more open he was about his extremist beliefs, the more rapidly he advanced. It usually takes 10 years to make major in the Army. Hasan made it in six. Since there is no evidence that Hasan was a military genius, what, other than his stridently public embrace of radical Islam, served to distinguish him for such rapid advancement?

The real shock of Hasan’s terror attack was that so many seemed shocked it occurred. It was not the first domestic terrorist assault against a U.S. Army installation since Sept. 11, 2001. It was the eighth.

What Casey’s utter oblivion makes clear is that the United States Army, at least under his command, cannot be permitted to supervise the coming investigation. Sen. Joe Lieberman (I-Conn.) must not permit his call for an empowered congressional investigation to be pre-empted by any Army request to lead it.

Transparency must not be prevented from prevailing over hollow calls for tolerance. If the Fort Hood massacre proved anything, it is that tolerating intolerance ensures the end of tolerance.

Read more…


A Risky Proposition for Democrats

Will congressional Democrats support Obama’s plan for civilian trials for the 9/11 killers?
by William Kristol
11/13/2009 6:45:00 PM

The Wrong Battlefield – Alan W. Dowd »

Courts are not the place to defeat al-Qaeda. …

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Hasan’s Islamic Mind – by Jamie Glazov »

An ex-Muslim demonstrates the Muslim theology that spawned Hasan’s murder spree….

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Resurrecting Liberation Theology – by Mark D. Tooley »

The World Council of Churches tries to revive Marxism in religious garb. …

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Why Obama Nixed the Ft. Hood Probe – by Dick Morris »

Trying to obscure the most serious terror attack on US soil since 9/11. …

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The Silver Lining of the Left in Power – by Dennis Prager »

The madness of liberal policies has been laid bare for all to see. …

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Obama’s Bow to “World Opinion” – by Thomas Sowell »

Trying terrorists in civilian courts is a defeat for the United States not a victory for the rule of law. …

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America on Trial – by Jacob Laksin »

How a civilian trial of Khaled Sheikh Mohammed could endanger the country. …

November 16 2009 / Comments / Read More »

Presumed Guilty – by Peter Collier »

Why KSM must be licking his chops and praising Allah….

November 16 2009 / Comments / Read More »

The Scapegoat Syndrome

By Paul Greenberg · Saturday, November 14, 2009

A familiar pattern emerges after every treacherous assault on this country. The surprise attack is dissected not just to learn who wreaked all the havoc, but who was responsible for missing the clues that it was coming. It happened after Pearl Harbor, when Americans wanted to know why it took so long to get the warning to Hawaii, particularly because our people in Washington knew an attack was likely, having broken the Japanese diplomatic code. Why, on that Sunday morning, December 7, 1941, were our aircraft lined up wingtip to wingtip at Hickam Field just waiting to be taken out by Japanese dive-bombers and fighters? It had to be a conspiracy!

A Silver Lining to Storms of Sorrow

By Mark Alexander · Thursday, November 12, 2009

There are many reasons why I look forward to Veterans Day, one being that it affords me the opportunity to write about Patriots who have sacrificially served our nation, honoring their sacred oaths to support and defend our Constitution.

So, each year at this time, I have the privilege of profiling friends whose conduct and lives are personal inspirations to me.

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  1. Lisa this civilian trial for KSM (which will take years) is just another ploy by the Dems to put Bush and our CIA on trial. They will have the ACLU do their dirty work for them. If for some reason this does not work and they get off on some technicality it will not matter to them because they would have done their damage and will be long gone. By the time these trials are over Obama’s presidency would have been a thing of the past. Keep up the good work, I love your writing style.

    On another note…
    Lisa you are soooo sweet. The first thing I do every morning is check my blog for comments. I am working on getting more traffic my way. You make my day when you comment. As you know it takes a lot of time to keep up to date on the issues and then to post. Therefore I get very excited when I see that someone is reading my thoughts. Please keep me in your prayers and I will do the same here. I am personally going through some tough times right now but the Good Lord has been carrying me for some time. I recently started reading the Good Word again and I can see the light at the end of the tunnel. He is truly my Saviour…

    Comment by Joey | November 18, 2009 | Reply

    • Always, dear brother. 🙂

      Comment by Lisa | November 18, 2009 | Reply

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