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One of the worst videos EVER – Tom Jones trying to do Prince’s “Kiss”
by sundance, The Conservative Treehouse
This is really over-the-top. If you think anti-Semitism does not infect the highest reaches of all political offices this will essentially set you straight. This is MUST READ stuff:
Pam Geller and Robert Spencer are heroes of uncompromising magnitude. They have educated millions of people on the intents and purposes of radical Islam. While doing so they have held a spotlight on Culturally Marxist (Politically correct) infection that always accompanies such discussions. As a consequence of their effectiveness they have been banned from travel to Great Britain. So they began to send in records requests to find out what the official U.K state reasoning is behind their restrictions. The “Official” records they have uncovered within Great Britain outline their visible support for the state of Israel is a reason for their being banned.
( Pam Geller Writes ) The British government tried to cover its tracks. But a new cache of documents Robert Spencer and I have received in our battle to overturn our being banned from Britain reveal that a chief reason why we were banned from the country was because we strongly support Israel.
Read it here
by Rob Quinn, Newser
The spread of Thanksgiving Day shopping has created a lot of fuss this year, but it’s not a big issue in Rhode Island, Maine, or Massachusetts—because it’s illegal. The three New England states have “blue laws” dating back to colonial times that ban shopping on Thanksgiving and Christmas. And despite the efforts of retail groups that complain shoppers are crossing into other states, attempts to change the laws have gone nowhere, and residents say they’re happy with the break from commercialism, the AP finds. Even some retailers who could open under exemptions prefer to keep their doors shut on the day.
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Christians Flee Marauding Muslims in Africa’s ‘Forgotten Crisis’
by Patrick Goodenough, CNSNews
The Central African Republic (CAR) is “descending into complete chaos,” becoming a breeding ground for extremists and threatening to sink into religious and ethnic conflict that could spread through an already troubled region, the U.N. Security Council was told on Monday.
Tens of thousands of Christians who have fled violent attack by Muslim rebels are sheltering at a Catholic mission in a town called Bossangoa, about 250 miles north of the capital, Bangui. Last week, French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius warned that the country was “on the verge of genocide.”
CAR is a mostly Christian and animist country, a little smaller than Texas, with a long history of instability. The U.N. says virtually the entire population of 4.6 million is affected by the current crisis, which erupted almost a year ago when an Islamic rebel alliance called Seleka began launching attacks.
Last March, Seleka overthrew President Francois Bozize, a Christian former army chief who had himself toppled an elected president in 2003, the latest in a series of coups since independence from France in 1960. The rebel coalition installed its leader, Michel Djotodia – a Soviet-educated Muslim civil servant – as president.
In August, a transitional period envisaging elections in 18 months formally began, but elements of the now supposedly-disbanded Seleka are continuing to carry out attacks on Christian civilians, with murders, summary executions, pillaging, sexual violence and church burnings reported.
…then I noticed Fur’s post about the new species of bird dogs from Japan. I happened to snap this picture while there and decided that I stayed long enough and rushed home!
In an email sent to me by a friend. I can just hear the big doggie thinking, “Stick with me, kid. I’ll show you the good places!”
R = Republican Party
C = Conservative Party
Ted Cruz and Ben Carson, a 2016 dream team
Star Parker, OneNewsNow
It’s time for Americans to have a real choice. We know what the Democratic Party is going to put on the table for them. A Cruz-Carson ticket would give Americans a clear, no-nonsense, honest alternative.
The presidential election of 2016 will be a defining moment for the nation and for the Republican Party.
Not so for the Democratic Party. There’s no controversy among Democrats about what America should be and what their party is about: big government, welfare state socialism and secular humanism.
The only question about the Democratic presidential ticket is which welfare state socialist, secular humanist the party will nominate.
The picture for Republicans is more complex, and this makes Democrats happy. They see Republican Party dissension as division and weakness, which, in their view, can only help Democrats.