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The Fault Lines of 9/11

I remember 9/11. It’s not something you forget. It traumatized an entire country for months, but how people reacted to it then and interpret it now is probably the world’s most macabre Rorschach test. What did it all mean? What … Continue reading

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Scoring Trump on Immigration

YOUNGSTOWN, OH — Republican nominee Donald Trump gave a speech in Ohio earlier this week focused on immigration and terrorism. In it he detailed how he would overhaul the entry procedures for foreigners entering the United States. This is one … Continue reading

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Legitimate Christianity as a Neo-Paganism

The jihadist execution of Fr. Jacques Hamel, an elderly French Catholic priest in Rouen, France—whose parish had donated land to the Muslim community there so they could build a mosque—got me thinking about religion. Usually when I write about it, … Continue reading

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Jihad in High Germany

We’re hitting levels of happening that shouldn’t even be possible. The recent string of Muslim terror attacks in Europe were disastrous enough—Paris (hit several times), Brussels, and Nice one after another. But those were confined to Francophone Europe, which has … Continue reading

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Trump the Redeemer, Trump the Destroyer

On the fourth night of the Republican National Convention, presidential nominee Donald J. Trump gave an unheard of, albeit leaked, 75-minute speech. I watched most of it, but like many people of my generation, my attention was divided across multiple … Continue reading

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Living with Terrorism

“We will not give in to the terrorist threat.” “The times have changed, and France is going to have to live with terrorism.” The words of France’s prime minister Manuel Valls are almost unbelievable. Almost. But in a way he … Continue reading

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Dindu Terror in Dallas: A Case of Applied Third Worldism

“The suspect said he was upset at white people. The suspect stated he wanted to kill white people, especially white officers.” — David O. Brown, Dallas Chief of Police This is a big deal. The word choice of a terrorist … Continue reading

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