After the Paris Murders – Here Come the Excuses

by: the Common Constitutionalist

The number one story in the world is the attack in Paris on the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo. They are infamous for publishing cartoons depicting Islam and the Prophet Mohammed in a less than attractive light.

Charlie Hebdo is known for its provocative material and lampoons everyone, yet it’s only radical Muslims who believe this satire to be so offensive as to murder the offenders.dean_scream_0103

But wait – Howard Dean says the murderers were not even Muslim. He said “I stopped calling these people Muslim terrorists. They’re about as Muslim as I am.

Yes Howard, let’s all separate the religion of peace from terrorism. Do you study the Quran or pray five times a day? Do you even know in which direction is Mecca? These guys are as Muslim as you are a complete leftist jerk. In other words, 100%.

Metiaite.com reported that in the video of the attack “one of the gunmen purportedly said ‘Allahu Akhbar’… and was reportedly heard shouting ‘we have avenged the prophet’.”

The article continued: “Some are speculating that the attack was conducted in response to controversial caricatures… critical of the Islamic prophet.” Many others and I have seen and heard the footage. There is no purportedly – no guesswork – no maybes. They shouted – we heard it. And “some are speculating?” Really? No one with a brain is speculating, you spineless weasels! read more

The Moons Core – It Wasn’t Cheese

The moon once had a magnetic core which helped it generate a magnetic field stronger than Earth’s is now, researchers say.

They believe a lunar dynamo, a molten, churning core at the centre of the moon, may have powered an intense magnetic field for at least 1 billion years.

However, researchers are still baffled by how it was powered, and when it ended.

A lunar dynamo, a molten, churning core at the centre of the moon, may have powered an intense magnetic field for at least 1 billion years.

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Diabetes Cure on Horizon?

A common blood pressure drug could be the key to reversing diabetes, researchers have said.

Called verapamil, it is widely diagnosed to treat blood pressure, irregular heartbeat and migraines.

Researchers were stunned to find that in mice, it completely reversed the effects of the disease.

he trial, known as 'the repurposing of verapamil as a beta cell survival therapy in type 1 diabetes,' is scheduled to begin early next year. Type 1 diabetes is usually diagnosed in children and young adults, and was previously known as juvenile diabetes.

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Orson Welles New Film?

 

Orson Welles’s last film may finally be released after four decades as one of cinema’s most renowned unfinished creations.

The New York Times reported that a Los Angeles-based production company, Royal Road Entertainment, has agreed to buy the rights to Welles’ largely unseen The Other Side of the Wind.

Producers are now planning to unveil the film on May 6 – the 100th anniversary of his birth.

Unfinished creation: A Los Angeles-based production company, Royal Road Entertainment, has reportedly agreed to buy the rights to Orson Welles' largely unseen The Other Side of the Wind 

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DC Cop Attacked By Axman

from: CNN

Washington (CNN) — An officer with Washington’s Metropolitan Police Department came under an unprovoked attack Friday from a man wielding an ax, police said, the second such attack in two weeks that is prompting warnings and new protocols to officers on the job.

The attack, and another last week in which a man attacked four New York City officers with a hatchet in Queens, prompted an immediate increase in security for officers in both D.C. and New York. The New York Police Department said in a memo: “Police Officers on patrol should maintain a heightened level of awareness.”

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