Archive for the 'War on Terror' Category

Next Time, Use FedEx

Posted by 3wire on May 4th, 2011

Next Time, Use FedEx by Ann Coulter The CIA stepped up the search for Osama bin Laden last week after becoming as sick of royal wedding coverage as the rest of us. American intelligence operations located Osama by following his trusted couriers, whose names were given up by al-Qaida members during harsh interrogations at CIA […]

Tell Congress: It’s Time for Some Sanity when it comes to Security Posted by Gary in Law, News, Opinion, Threat Watch on 16/Apr/2011 12:44 It’s not often that the ACLU and I are on the same side of an issue. From: ACLU A 6-year old getting patted down at the airport — leaving her confused […]

Rein in PATRIOT and Restore JUSTICE

Posted by Winston on March 21st, 2011

From: EFF Tell Congress to Rein in PATRIOT and Restore JUSTICE! Congress voted at the end of February to extend the expiring provisions of the USA PATRIOT Act, but only for three months — giving liberty-loving citizens a new opportunity to continue to protest this dangerous law and demand reforms before the end of May. […]

Obama – Defying the Constutution

Posted by 3wire on February 7th, 2011

Regarding President Obama’s speech on Guantanamo detainees in 2009: “One of the most radical proposals for defying  the constitution that we have ever heard made to the American people.” No, Glenn Beck didn’t say it, Rush Limbaugh didn’t say it either, not even that acidic harpy Ann Coulter. It was said by MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow […]

TSA Logic

Posted by Q Ball on December 6th, 2010

If you go through the scanner at the airport with nothing but a speedo, you will not be allowed to board, but if you are fully clothed you may board. As a reminder to everyone here is the 4th Amendment to the Constitution: The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, […]

TSA: Pretending To Protect You

Posted by Q Ball on November 23rd, 2010

You may know Adam Savage from the Discovery Channel show Mythbusters. He had an interesting encounter with the TSA recently:

MUSLIM DAY AT SIX FLAGS is being sponsored by the Islamic Circle of North America which openly supports HAMAS and Hezbollah and refuses to condemn them. It has been under investigation for fund-raising for and money laundering to Islamic terrorist groups. Six Flags tells its employees: “Out of respect (to Islam), we request the employees […]

The al Shabaab campaign to rid Somalia of all non-Muslims

Posted by Jack on August 20th, 2010

Madobe was born in a Somali village. He was orphaned as a child and was raised as a Christian despite his Islamic family name. He eventually became a pastor of a small underground church in his home village. One morning Madobe was brutally murdered by members of an Islamic extremist group called al Shabaab. Just […]

Bryan Fischer makes the case that not only should the Ground Zero mosque be stopped, the construction of ALL mosques should be halted – not as oppression of religion, but to limit the threat of home-grown terrorists being raised and indoctrinated in our own cities. Powerful Democrat defends my position on mosques by Bryan Fischer […]

Remember “taqqiya”: not only is it OK for a Muslim to lie to kufar (infidels = anyone not a Muslim), if it furthers the cause of Islam, lying to kufar is encouraged by Islam. Do not make the mistake of thinking Islam is a religion, with the same values of  honesty towards everyone. Honesty is […]

The next time someone accuses you of being a xenophobe for having concerns about the growing influence of Sharia Law, tell them this little story: “A Saudi judge has asked several hospitals whether they would punitively damage a man’s spinal cord after he was convicted of attacking another man with a cleaver and paralysing him, […]

Al Franken responds to critics of the Ground Zero Mosque

Posted by Jack on August 19th, 2010

Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) said on Wednesday that conservative criticism of plans to develop a mosque and Islamic community center in close proximity to “Ground Zero” in New York City is “one of the most disgraceful things that I’ve heard.” Disgraceful? Criticism is disgraceful? Let’s take a look at what that word, disgraceful, means: shockingly […]

American comments about about the Ground Zero Mosque

Posted by Jack on August 19th, 2010

It’s funny that the same liberals who won’t let you put a Nativity Scene in a town square because it’s inflamitory think it’s a great idea to put a Mosque at ground zero. If the Muslim religion is a peaceful, caring religion where are those people within the religion? Why don’t the peaceful Muslims stand […]

by Pat Condell “It’s true that diversity has been good for America; it’s been the making of that country, but American diversity has always been grounded in respect for the values – the individual liberties – that make America what it is. Islam rejects those values – and that’s the difference, and it’s a very […]

Do you CAIR?

Posted by Jack on August 19th, 2010

Are you familiar with CAIR? The Counsel on American Islamic Relations? Sounds like a good thing, right? Learning to get along, becoming a part of the great melting pot of cultures that is America? Except that, as one Muslim leader said, “Islam is not here to assimilate it is here to dominate.” Before you buy […]

Somali teens randomnly attacking people in Saint Paul, MN

Posted by Jack on August 19th, 2010

Naturally, anyone who objects to this will be branded “racist”. What about all the Norwegian, Swede and Danish teens who are out there attacking people on the street? They go to those Lutheran churches and learn all about how Lutherans are superior and will someday rule the world, that all non-Lutherans must either convert, die […]

Modern Ethical Videogames

Posted by Q Ball on August 9th, 2010

Today I read this preview of a game called Operation Flashpoint: Red River and I really liked what the guy from the game studio said. The game is supposed to take place in the modern day. He was talking about multiplayer and how he did not think that it was ethical to have the “player” […]

Saudis to Monitor BlackBerry Data

Posted by 3wire on August 7th, 2010

From  CNET via the Comms section of Warrior Times BlackBerry maker Research in Motion has decided to allow the government of Saudi Arabia access to BlackBerry users’ messages, in order to avoid a ban on the device in the country, the Associated Press reported Saturday.The AP quoted an official at the Saudi Communications and Information […]


Posted by Q Ball on May 11th, 2010

Gabrielle Anwar is a British actress who failed to tell the truth in order to become an American citizen for the sole purpose of voting for Barack Obama. I discoved this when she was a guest on the “Late Late Show” hosted by Craig Ferguson. She stated very plainly that she became an American because […]