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This past week it was confirmed DOD severed all ties with the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), scrubbing SPLC training from DOD manuals. In June of 2016, Understanding the Threat’s Vice President, Chris Gaubatz, testified before the U.S. Senate’s Judiciary, … Continue reading
By Dave Gibson Volume 25, Number 4 (Summer 2015) Issue theme: “America Unsecured – Pathway to Another 9/11” Child molestation is not only widespread throughout the Muslim world, but is completely accepted as a standard practice by Muslim men. In … Continue reading
Book Review: Dangerous Times – Federal immigration policy and resettling the Hijra to America (from: 2015)
By James Simpson Author and columnist Ann Corcoran is the founder and longtime author of the Refugee Resettlement Watch blog (https://refugeeresettlementwatch.wordpress.com/). After years in obscurity, she has received some much-deserved attention in the press for her breadth of knowledge on … Continue reading
by Theodore Dalrymple February 17, 2017 photo credit: Bigstock Self-love used to be a vice, but nowadays it is the nearest thing to a virtue, as a supposed precondition of our own mental health (whatever that might be). An Irish … Continue reading