Media Silent Over Chain Migration Terrorism

from Conservative Review:

MORE chain migration Islamic terrorism; more media blackout

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While Americans were celebrating this long Christmas weekend, another chain migrant from an Islamic country was arrested for plotting a terror attack against the very country that admitted him. It’s part of a growing wave, almost daily, of Islamic immigrants arrested on terrorism-related charges, yet there is a complete blackout in the media about the existence of this troubling pattern and about the growing problem with imported terrorism.

Meanwhile, as we gear up for a new legislative year in Congress, the focus is all about more amnesty for illegal aliens rather than protecting Americans from the autopilote chain migration from the Middle East. The only one who cares about protecting our sovereignty is President Trump, but the runaway courts and their status as supreme arbiter of national security are rendering his actions moot. read more

On the Anniversary of The Pulse Night Club Massacre

by: the Common Constitutionalist

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One year ago yesterday marked the first anniversary of the Pulse Nightclub shooting in Orlando, where 49 people were slaughtered and another 53 injured.

Most, if not all, main stream websites acknowledged the anniversary. The interesting but predictable thing about virtually all these remembrances was that most did not actually mention the shooting. And only one, the New York Times, even mentioned that the shooter pledged his loyalty to ISIS.

The Times was doing a retrospective on one of the victims who survived, recounting the man’s injuries, so they had to recap the incident. They did get the closest of any to telling the whole story. “…Omar Mateen, motivated by the Islamic State, randomly riddled club-goers with bullets from an assault rifle and a pistol,” wrote the Times. Of course they also had to mention the guns, particularly the “assault” rifle.

Yet in none of these dozen or so anniversary reports was the word Islam or Muslim ever used. A few used IS and Islamic State in passing, but no more than that. read more

The Myth of the Vietnam War and the Tet Offensive

by: the Common Constitutionalist

Okay, this is not very Christmassy, but I was speaking with my son the other day. He was telling me of the classes he would be taking next semester. When he told me his American history class would be on the war in Vietnam, I physically cringed.

I said that we would have to arm him with the truth prior to the commencement of the class, for although I don’t know for certain, I suspect that conflict would not get a fair shake in a public high school classroom. Odds are I’m right.

So, when the lefties speak of Vietnam, other than that our soldiers were all drugged up baby killers, what do they always point to? That’s right – The Tet Offensive – the surprise attack on January 31, 1968 that turned the tide to favor North Vietnam, who eventually won the war.

This is likely what my son will be taught, so I thought it necessary to set him straight, and may be others who aren’t familiar.

The ‘68 Tet Offensive is named for the Vietnamese new year of Tet. It is the date of the first new moon of the year, and for this, after the battle of Khe Sanh, a cease-fire was agreed to on January 30, 1968. It was short-lived. read more