A DAILY WRAP-UP OF SOME OF MY FAVORITE STORIES OF THE DAY
Tool of Islam – Emphasis on Tool
England’s judicial system is right behind that of the Netherlands in its pursuit of the liberal mandate of religious kowtowing and appeasement with no regard for the dangerous consequences. Take a look at John L. Work’s post today on the Iranian-born British police commissioner who was recently sentenced to four years in prison for assault, after years of shielding other criminal activities behind accusations of religious discrimination.
Medine Memi, a sixteen-year-old girl in Turkey, was recently and repeatedly beaten by her father and grandfather after they learned she was talking to boys. NRB’s Jamie Glazov writes today about a noticeably absent voice in the feminist response – that of the wolf in feminist clothing, Naomi Wolf. She’s busy tackling what she says is the next big issue for women – sleep. No joke. The worry keeps her up at night.
9/11 Attacks Were “… bad. I am against it.”
NRB’s Kathy Shaidle offers a mind-boggling look at one college student’s response to questions about 9/11. The icing on this cake? This same college student plans to take the Foreign Service exam to qualify for service in the U.S. diplomatic corps. A guy of this caliber could single-handedly ignite a war.
MySpace CEO Permanently De-friended
From the wonderful nerds at Geek.com – MySpace CEO Owen Van Natta fired. Still waiting for him to update his status on Facebook…
This guy is a one-man circus act, constantly back-peddling his unicycle around his circular policy platform. The issue now – Candidate Obama’s promise to exempt from tax hikes families making less than $250,000, and President Obama’s self-proclaimed “agnosticism” on the issue. Meanwhile, Americans are experiencing far less doubt about their votes in 2012.