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Hot News Headlines

  • Cafe told to remove its 'God Bless America' banner

    Jennifer Aquino decided to ask the town of Penfield, N.Y. for a permit so she could post a “God Bless America” banner on the front of her restaurant.  She wanted to display the banner from Memorial Day through Independence Day. There was just one significant problem ...

  • Stirrings in immigrant-plagued Germany of an exit from the EU

    Far right figures in Alternative for Germany have promised to call their own vote if they clutch power in country's general election in autumn next year. A party spokesman branded Brussels a "bureaucracy monster", before adding: "Next year the AfD will enter the German parliament and Dexit will be top on our agenda". 

  • Pundit: Lynch NOT recusing herself from Clinton email case

    Friday on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” Bloomberg Politics Mark Halperin cited a “senior Justice Department official” who said Attorney General Loretta Lynch will not recuse herself from the investigation into presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton use of a private email while secretary of state. Critics have called on Lynch to do so after holding a private meeting with her husband former President Bill Clinton earlier this week.

  • After shady meeting, Lynch recuses self from Clinton e-mail scandal

    US Attorney General Loretta Lynch has stepped away from deciding whether Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton will be charged in the classified email investigation, following outrage over the AG's private Monday meeting with Bill Clinton, the justice department announced Friday morning.

  • Teen who plotted ISIS-themed 'kangaroo bomb' facing life in prison

    An Australian teenager accused of discussing packing a kangaroo with explosives and setting it loose on police is facing life behind bars after pleading guilty Thursday to planning a terrorist act. Sevdet Besim was arrested in Melbourne last year when he was 18 and accused of planning to run down police officers with a car, behead them and then shoot other people at an April 25 Anzac Day parade for Australia's soldiers.

Our Views

  • CAIR: Kissing the pig and lovin’ it

    By Martin Mawyer

    Eating bacon. My grandkids love it. And, full disclosure, I’m a fan of it too. But some people don’t like it. Too greasy. Too fattening. Too salty. Some even complain the aroma gets into the furniture.

    But other people hate bacon for entirely different reasons.

    It offends them. It violates them. It can send them directly to hell.

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  • Many Americans refuse to look at the true face of 'hate'

    By Alec Rooney

    This is a memo to the social media trolls that accuse your documentary-making pals at the Christian Action Network of "hate."

    It's also a reminder to the leftist priesthood at groups like the Southern Poverty Law Center, experts on all things hate, who several years ago labeled CAN as a "hate group."

    We don't hate.

    Try to think about things a little more deeply, people.

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  • America has not gone crazy; its so-called 'leaders' have

    By Alec Rooney

    So Muslims think Americans have gone insane. Who can blame them? To watch and read our news, and listen to our "enlightened" leaders, we no longer see a concrete difference between males and females. A society that cannot see that is not destined for long-term survival. 

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  • Martin Mawyer talks Islam and Europe with Romania's Q Magazine

    Why is this clash of civilizations happening right now?

    The current clash is the natural result of competing – and extremely divergent – worldviews. Though many ideologies compete for the minds, souls and direction of mankind, there are four main combatants: Secular humanism, Islam, Christianity and Judaism.

    At the root of the enmity is the core question of whether God exists and man’s secular and religious duties that flow from either belief or nonbelief.

  • Of these 2 Muslim teen girls, which suffered the worse evil?

    By Alec Rooney

    The beginning of this week brought two news stories about two young Muslim women. Each had suffered an injustice. 

    The first is Bayan Zehlif, 17, who attends Los Osos High School in California. The second was Ambreen Riasat, also known as Haleema, 16, of Makol, Pakistan. 

    The difference between these two stories about victimized young Muslim women is glaring. Yet they have gotten a kind of weird equal treatment.

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