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  • Shocking: An Arab (Muslim) burns a book of Psalms and publishes on the Tiktok account

    09/12/2021 6:10:48 PM PDT · by Conservat1 · 25 replies
    Channel 20 (he) ^ | Sep 12, 2021 | Roi Shosha
    Shocking: An Arab burns a book of Psalms and publishes on the Tiktok account Watch Hard-to-watch documentation: An Arab burns a book of Psalms, kicks and steps on it and publishes it on his ticketing account
  • Islamic Attack: Jihadi Khaled Awad stabbed a Rabbi in Boston

    07/02/2021 6:58:09 AM PDT · by Humane1 · 25 replies
    Amy Mek ^ | July 1, 2021
    Amy Mek (@AmyMek) Tweeted: Islamic Attack: Jihadi Khaled Awad stabbed a Rabbi in Boston Awad is being charged with “assault and battery” not terrorism!? At what point will the Democrats be forced to address Islamic antisemitism? They seem way to busy creating fake “islamophobic” “hate crimes.”
  • Selling Beer and Making Whoopee: A Note on Juneteenth

    06/19/2021 8:12:22 AM PDT · by Noumenon · 35 replies
    The Orthosphere ^ | June18, 2021 | JM Smith
    Selling Beer and Making Whoopee: A Note on Juneteenth“The time has come in Dallas when the Juneteenth celebration has about gotten down to a contest over the question as to who will sell beer to the crowd. Unless it rises above this dirty place it should be stopped, for the celebration is a farce, a veritable nuisance which should be abated.” Dallas Morning News (July 4, 1903)I do not know who has the beer concession for our new Federal Juneteenth holiday; but have no doubt the celebration will be well supplied with “beer.” By “beer” I mean the gassy and...
  • GOP Sen. Scott Says Racial Hypocrisy of the Left has Been Exposed After He Was Attacked for Biden Rebuttal and Says They're Fighting Bigotry with Bigotry.

    04/30/2021 4:52:26 AM PDT · by sevinufnine · 13 replies
    Daily Mail UK ^ | April 30, 2021 | Harriet Alexander
    Tim Scott has accused the left of hypocrisy following their attacks on his Wednesday night rebuttal of Biden's speech to Congress saying the slurs left him saddened, but more convinced than ever that he was right to be a Republican. The South Carolina senator was pilloried on Wednesday night and Thursday for delivering the traditional rebuttal to the president's remarks. Scott, the only black GOP senator, was mocked on Twitter as 'Uncle Tim', a play on the 'Uncle Tom' racial slur, used to describe black people who were too deferential to whites. Twitter took 12 hours to remove the term...
  • Nabi Musa: Another opportunity for Islamists' bigotry against Christians and Jews

    04/27/2021 12:17:33 PM PDT · by Conservat1 · 1 replies
    Israelhayom Translated | January 2021
    The following shows how history repeats itself. Nabi Musa Another opportunity for Islamists to use in their bigotry jihadi campaign against Christians and Jews in the area of Israel, "palestine." Hamas, jihad and dormant demons: The party held at the site of the holy Nabi Musa for Muslims provoked a storm Hamas and Islamic Jihad hastened to ignite the fire, and the video uploaded to social media revealed differences in religion, age and culture in Palestinian society. • Now, in light of the events, there are fears that the event will return the site to the days when it was...
  • White People Don't Have a Monopoly on Hatred

    04/18/2021 12:55:24 PM PDT · by TBP · 39 replies
    Bari Weiss Substack ^ | Mar 23 | Zaid Jilani
    The primacy of the individual — that we judge people not by their lineage but by their deeds — is at the very foundation of a free society and of the American experiment. Here, unlike so many other places, including Pakistan, the law and our common culture insists that we see people as individuals who are the product of their character, not their tribe, family, race, or status. This wisdom has come under sustained assault by an ideology that insists that we are, in fact, avatars of various demographic markers — race, gender, sexuality — rather than complex human beings....
  • You’re Not An Antiracist If You Hide Crimes Because Of The Perpetrators’ Race

    04/12/2021 6:22:05 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 10 replies
    The Federalist ^ | April 12, 2021 | Brad Betters
    Before the Southern Poverty Law Center chose to hide this information, black nationalist groups on its hate-group list had been growing four-fold since 2000.In the wake of a follower of black nationalist leader Louis Farrakhan murdering a Capitol Police officer this month, corporate media outlets are declining to connect his actions to his extremist beliefs. This appears to be becoming the standard for such cases. A look at the deeper ecosystem of media and narrative construction helps explain why.In response to an Andrew Sullivan article about the recent Atlanta killings in which he noted black Americans are overrepresented in FBI...
  • Is It Racist or Bigoted to Oppose Homosexuality?

    01/29/2021 10:38:53 AM PST · by SeekAndFind · 54 replies
    Apologetics Press ^ | 01/28/2021 | Dave Miller
    Is It Racist to Oppose Homosexuality?by Dave Miller, Ph.D. One favorite ploy by those who wish to advance the homosexual agenda in America is to compare opposition to homosexuality with the discrimination of African Americans that has characterized some portions of the American population. If you oppose the legalization of homosexuality and favor a ban on same-sex marriage, you are “just like racists who oppressed blacks in the South.” The Bible certainly teaches very clearly that the mistreatment of one’s fellow human beings is sinful, and that God makes no distinction between humans on the basis of skin color, ethnicity,...
  • When The Left Refuses Service, They’re Preventing Violence. When The Right Denies Service, They’re Bigots

    01/19/2021 8:35:16 AM PST · by SeekAndFind · 7 replies
    The Federalist ^ | 01/19/2021 | Kylee Zempel
    One of the most shocking developments in the days following the latest Capitol riot has been the ease with which left-wing corporations and tech behemoths have been able to deny service to people on the right.This is surprising not because of some conservative delusion that the increasingly progressive corporate world is friendly to our views. We know better. No, this blatantly belief-based discrimination is astounding because of the holy war that erupts any time a conservative attempts to deny services to another person based on constitutionally protected and deeply-held religious beliefs.When the left refuses service due to an arbitrary standard...
  • In VOA Nominee Fight, Washington Post Insists Christians Can No Longer Hold Public Office

    12/17/2020 8:09:00 AM PST · by Kaslin · 18 replies
    The Federalist ^ | December 17, 2020 | Casey Chalk
    The media has normalized an anti-religious bigotry that threatens to remove faithful Christians, be they Catholic or anything else, from public service.In a series of articles by its editorial board, media columnist Margaret Sullivan, and former Voice of America Director Amanda Bennett, the Washington Post has mounted a coordinated attack on Robert R. Reilly, the new nominee for VOA director, claiming he is an existential threat to the organization’s mission to provide independent reporting to foreign audiences.The reason they deem Reilly disqualified to serve as VOA director isn’t about a lack of credentials. He was director from 2001 to 2002...
  • Good Catholics, Bad Catholics, and White Colonizers

    10/02/2020 11:01:21 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 6 replies ^ | October 2, 2020 | Jeff Davidson
    I grew up surrounded by Catholics, although I am not one. In junior high and high school, because my last name begins with the letter "D," I'd be seated near a Defeo, Degruttola, Deloreto, Dicorletto, DeNapoli, and Donatelli, as well as a Gozzo, Maglieri, Montineri, Petrucelli, Picozzi, Spera, and so on. All guys, Italian descent, and all Catholic. Some became decades-long friends with whom I am regularly in touch.   Also in junior high and high school – a McCormack, Murtaugh, O’Loughlin, Newlands, and Wain. All female, English or Irish descent, and all Catholic. From an early age, my world...
  • Judge Amy Coney Barrett Gave a Perfect Response to Anti-Catholic Religious Bigotry

    09/27/2020 2:23:04 PM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 26 replies
    PJ Media ^ | 09/27/2020 | Tyler O' Neill
    President Donald Trump will nominate a woman to succeed Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Saturday, and observers expect him to choose Amy Coney Barrett, a judge on the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals. On Friday, after news outlets reported that Trump would choose Barrett, HBO host Bill Maher savaged the potential nominee for her Roman Catholic faith. Yet perhaps no one has given a better response to such anti-religious bigotry than Barrett herself. “Apparently, the pick is going to be Amy Coney. We’re going to be saying the name a lot because she’s a f***ing nut. Religion, I...
  • Wine Careers Are the Embodiment of the American Dream But the Left Is Trying to Destroy Them

    09/10/2020 2:25:34 PM PDT · by Kaslin · 51 replies ^ | September 10, 2020 | Ellie Bufkin
    A recent article from the San Francisco Chronicle cast wine professionals in a rather unflattering light and asserted that certain practices of sommeliers and wine journalists were actually racist. The author insisted that tasting terminology used by sommeliers and wine writers leaned too heavily on European influence and catered only to those of European heritage.  The author Esther Mobley, who is credited as the San Francisco Chronicle's wine critic, explains how she came to the conclusion that wine tasting terminology is racist and sexist to boot.  Wine language is so often absurd that it’s a punchline. Notes of smoldering tobacco or...
  • Ivy League prof floats idea of racial justice strike, hundreds of academics fall in line

    09/02/2020 7:06:56 AM PDT · by C19fan · 45 replies
    Campus Reform ^ | August 31, 2020 | Jezzamine Wolk
    More than 600 scholars have committed to halting their teaching duties for two days to participate in a teach-in on racism and police violence. It started when University of Pennsylvania Associate Professor of Religious Studies and Africana Studies Anthea Butler tweeted last week, “I would be down as a professor to follow the NBA and Strike for a few days to protest police violence in America.”
  • Gov. Cuomo Vows Crackdown On Brooklyn Weddings If De Blasio Doesn’t Act

    08/27/2020 7:07:34 AM PDT · by Enlightened1 · 31 replies
    NY Post ^ | 08/26/20 | Bernadette Hogan and Julia Marsh
    Gov. Andrew Cuomo promised to crack down on large social events in Brooklyn after The Post reported three banquet halls in Borough Park appeared to be hosting Hasidic Jewish wedding parties on just one night this week after Mayor Bill de Blasio warned that a similar gathering there led to an “uptick” in coronavirus cases. “In the case of New York City, if there’s any evidence, or plans of weddings that would violate the law, they should forward those complaints to the NYPD or the mayor. If the mayor is not doing any enforcement actions, then the state will,” Cuomo...
  • Melania Viciously Attacked For Redoing the Rose Garden “Classless Illegal Immigrant…”

    08/23/2020 8:54:52 PM PDT · by Impala64ssa · 20 replies
    Wayne Dupree ^ | 8/23/20 | Missy Crane
    I thought the left loved “illegal immigrants,” right? I mean, they want them to all come to live here and vote and stuff, so why all the hate and vitriol towards Melania (who is a legal citizen, by the way) just because she re-did the Rose Garden? The left has turned into a pack of rabid wolves over Melania’s changes in the Rose Garden – changes she made so that it could be more “handicap” accessible and people could see better…But forget all that, the mentally ill left has lost every last bit of soul and humanity and they literally...
  • Congressman Writes to DOJ After Attacks on Catholic Churches

    08/07/2020 6:03:02 PM PDT · by marshmallow · 2 replies
    Catholic News Agency ^ | 8/6/20 | Matt Hadro
    Washington, D.C. Newsroom, Aug 6, 2020 / 09:00 am MT (CNA).- A Catholic congressman is asking the U.S. Attorney General to respond to a spate of acts of vandalism against churches around the country. In a letter to Attorney General William Barr on Wednesday, Rep. Chuck Fleischmann (R-Tenn.) urged the Justice Department “to protect religious freedom and combat religious discrimination in the United States.” Fleischmann cited “nearly a dozen” acts of vandalism at Catholic churches in the U.S. as the impetus for his letter. “There is something to be said about how the rise in vandalism happening in places of...
  • Marine Corps under fire after canceling training session amid concerns about speaker’s Christian background

    07/21/2020 1:33:35 PM PDT · by Midwesterner53 · 53 replies ^ | 7/21/20 | Sam Dorman
    The U.S. Marine Corps (USMC) is facing backlash from both sides of the religious liberty debate after it planned a training session that was later canceled over the speaker’s background in Christianity -- fueling Congressional scrutiny of both the military and the nonprofit which appeared to prompt the cancellation. Air Force veteran Jay Lorenzen was slated to speak at an annual training for JAG reservists on Friday, but that came to a screeching halt after the Military Religious Freedom Foundation (MRFF) relayed its reservist clients’ concerns about Lorenzen’s beliefs influencing his talks. An MRFF press release boasted on Saturday that...

    07/07/2020 5:15:25 AM PDT · by shortstop · 48 replies ^ | 07/07/2020 | Bob Lonsberry
    Whose job is it to explain to my children that their white skin makes them bad? Is that me? Or do I leave it to the evening news, the NFL, Nike, the Democratic Party and the college professors? Who is to teach white children how to deal with and submit to the shame into which they were born? If the sins of the fathers are to be visited upon the heads of the children, how do you get white kids woke to the inescapable burden of lifelong guilt they bear by virtue of their skin color? How do you keep...
  • Phelps’ hate seen by some as aiding gay rights

    03/21/2014 10:42:24 AM PDT · by Olog-hai · 24 replies
    Associated Press ^ | Mar 21, 2014 10:17 AM EDT | John Hanna and David Crary
    Fred Phelps Sr. led his small Topeka church for more than two decades in a bellicose crusade against gays and lesbians, saying they were worthy of death and openly declaring—often at military funerals—that the U.S. was doomed because of its tolerance of homosexuality. But in targeting grieving families of troops killed overseas, taunting people entering other churches and carrying signs with anti-gay slurs and vulgar language or symbols, Phelps and his Westboro Baptist congregation created public circuses that may have helped the gay-rights movement. Following Phelps’ death Wednesday at age 84, some gay-rights advocates suggested that he and his church...