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Why Did Columbus Sail West To Get To The Far East?

Why Did Columbus Sail West To Get To The Far East?

The 700 year Reconquista – American Minute with Bill Federer • France & Italy • Why did Columbus sail West to get to the Far East? — The Forgotten History of Umayyad & Abbasid Invasions of Spain Columbus set sail on his first voyage AUGUST 3, 1492, with the Nina, Pinta and the Santa Maria. He explained how the Spanish monarchs approved his […]

Dianne Feinstein Says China, Which Is Putting Muslims In Camps, Is ‘Growing Into A Respectable Nation’

Dianne Feinstein Says China, Which Is Putting Muslims In Camps, Is ‘Growing Into A Respectable Nation’

Mary Margaret Olohan |Social Issues Reporter . Democratic California Sen. Dianne Feinstein praised China Thursday as a country “growing into a respectable nation.” She also cautioned against holding the country accountable for the coronavirus pandemic. Her comments come despite the country’s ongoing human rights violations. Democratic California Sen. Dianne Feinstein praised China Thursday as a […]

What loyalty can be expected from Muslim Immigrants?

What loyalty can be expected from Muslim Immigrants?

    By Sigrid Weidenweber Berlin: Bojan Pancevsky, a contributing editor to the wall Street Journal reports on Tuesday, July 24, 2018 about a raging debate in Germany, concerning itself with the subject of Muslim integration into German society, their personal identity and their loyalty to their new adopted country. There seems to be little […]

For Yazidis in Greece, safety and security is still out of reach

For Yazidis in Greece, safety and security is still out of reach

On the long drive to Petra camp near Mount Olympus in northern Greece, cost Salim Noah is voice-chatting on WhatsApp continuously. He sounds agitated and I ask him to translate from the Kurdish: “One hundred and thirty Yazidis arrived to Petra just last night from Cherso camp. Muslims were attacking them.” Petra is the only […]

Mis-Firing On All Cylinders

Mis-Firing On All Cylinders

By Phil Erwin In the immediate wake of our latest gun-triggered outrage, with 14 people killed in California for the cardinal sin of being in the wrong place at the wrong time, we had the (sadly) very predictable, very wrong-headed reaction from the Left side of the political spectrum. Here’s how the three remaining Democrat […]

Religion and Politics and Presidential Qualifications

Religion and Politics and Presidential Qualifications

. . By Thomas L. Knapp Religious belief as a qualification or disqualification for the presidency of the United States is an old can of worms. Dr. Ben Carson, a neurosurgeon running near the front of the pack for the Republican Party’s 2016 presidential nomination, cracked that can open and invited the body politic to […]

Europe’s Preemptive Surrender

Europe’s Preemptive Surrender

By Michael Greer   WARNING: The following contains frightening content, however, unless you know you are in danger you can’t fight it. American Freedom Alliance’s Literary Café hosted a discussion with Guy Milliere, Professor at the University of Paris. Milliere is the author of forty books on France, Europe, the United States, Israel and the […]

Everything I needed to know about Muslims I learned from Cecil B. DeMille

Everything I needed to know about Muslims I learned from Cecil B. DeMille

by Richard Senate In 1935 Paramount Pictures released Cecil B. DeMilles epic film “The Crusades” . It loosely told the story of the Third Crusade, sometimes called the Kings Crusade, with England’s King Richard the Lionheart. But, in the finest Hollywood tradition, the great religious war was reduced to a love story between Richard (played […]

Viewpoint: The Death of Shame

Viewpoint:  The Death of Shame

By Michael Greer In March New York had a public service campaign against teen pregnancy.  They put up posters all over the city with toddlers on them saying such things as,  “I have a greater chance of growing up in poverty if my Mom is a teenager” and “Got a good job? It cost thousands […]