Archive for December 15th, 2014

Responding to a Dhimmi Apologist for Islam

Responding to a Dhimmi Apologist for Islam

On Sunday, our local paper, the Sun Herald, published a Letter to the Editor from John Briggs of Roxie, Mississippi. Titled, “Do not confuse ISIL with Islam,” it demonstrates a profound, conquered dhimmi mentality on the part of Mr. Briggs, who is an enthusiastic supporter of Islam.

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Senate Republicans Vote Against Law, Constitution

Senate Republicans Vote Against Law, Constitution

U.S. Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) raised a constitutional point of order against the $1.1 trillion omnibus spending that, if sustained, would have sent the bill back to the House to remove amnesty funding. Unfortunately, a group of Republicans joined the Democrats in voting to reject Cruz’s point of order and to ignore the serious constitutional problems with the president’s executive amnesty.

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To Remember and Act Accordingly

To Remember and Act Accordingly

For those who sit speechless as the majority of half of one House succumbs to Presidential demands once again, we are now cornered into one irate position. Boehner is without clothes and voters are without patience. Don’t even try the insulting tag lines that the press was a factor or that “we the people” are aghast over another shutdown.

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Those Who are Kind to the Cruel

Israel is that solitary shining beacon surrounded by darkness. If its light dies, then so will the light of humanity be forever dimmed. There is an ancient saying from the Jewish Ethics of the Fathers: “He who is kind to the cruel, becomes cruel to the kind.”

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Contact Lens Regulations Cost Consumers Billions

Contact Lens Regulations Cost Consumers Billions

Regulations should not trap and force needless expenses on consumers. The next time you find yourself paying $114 for a visit just to renew your prescription or purchasing contacts in bulk before your prescription expires, remember that this experience is the fault of Congress.

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