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It appears she was ready for the typical CAIR question that translates as, “Shut up about Muslim atrocities”.

What? That’s not Obama? Oh well, it will turn out exactly the same way, there are six million Jews in Israel and that’s how many Chamberlain condemned by his political posturing as well. Save us from politicrats trying to get their name in history texts, it never ends well.

I suggest we start raising money for the Obama wing of the Holocaust Museum.

Obama Peace in our Time – YouTube.

Bill Whittle recites Rudyard Kipling’s poem, The Gods of the Copybook Headings. How is Kipling relevant to today’s political and cultural atmosphere? Find out.

The text of the original poem can be found here: http://www.kipling.org.uk/poems_copybook.htm

via Afterburner with Bill Whittle: The Gods of Wisdom and Virtue – YouTube.

Obama says he will do the same thing to other industries he did to the auto industry. So taxpayers will get fleeced, bondholders will get screwed and unions will get paid off. Oh joy, the communist Chinese model is coming to America!

Now can we call him a Marxist?

via Elephant in the Room ep. 3- Crony Capitalist in Chief – YouTube.

Author and radio host Mark Levin joins Glenn Reynolds to discuss the utopian dystopia. Levin wants to know why students are learning about utopian beliefs and not about great philosophers like John Locke? Do utopian visions depend invariably on a totalitarian government? Could Obama’s rainbow to paradise really deliver a tyrannical state? Find out.

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Officials of the Muslim Brotherhood, Egypt’s leading Islamic group, have called for the establishment of a Saudi-style modesty police to combat “immoral” behavior in public areas in what observers say in another sign of a growing Islamic self-confidence in the post-Mubarak era.

In the political sphere, the Brotherhood led a successful drive to get voters to approve a package of constitutional amendments. On the street level, at least 20 attacks were perpetrated against the tombs of Muslim mystics (suffis), who are the subject of popular veneration but disparaged by Islamic fundamentalists, or salafis. After some initial hesitation, Islamic leaders have publicly praised the revolution.

The rest: http://www.jpost.com/MiddleEast/Article.aspx?id=215050

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