Tag Archives: Taliban

Islam: Hate, Honor, Women’s Rights and Congress

A pro-Islamist resolution, HR 569, was introduced in Congress and referred to the Judiciary Committee on December 17th. Although it is quite unlikely that a binding law implementing the resolution will be enacted anytime soon, the resolution shows that troublesome … Continue reading

Posted in Apathy, Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Cairo address, Death by stoning, Education, Europe, Feminists, Foreign policy, free speech, Freedom, Freedom of religion, Human rights, Iran scam, Iranian penal code, Islam, Islamic honor, Islamic Jihad, Islamic slaughter, Islamic supremacy, Islamists, Islamophobia, Koran, Multicuralism, Obama and Islam, Reform Islam, Religion of death, Saudi Arabia, Sharia law, Submission, Taliban | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 9 Comments

Sgt. Bergdahl and President Obama — Updated

Will a court martial determine whether he deserted, committed treason or another other serious offense? What difference does it make now? An article at Blackfive titled Big Problems With Bergdahl Deal is the best I have read thus far about the ransoming of Sgt. … Continue reading

Posted in Charles Hagel, Command influence, Commander in Chief, Congress, Conservatives, Courts martial, Executive Decree, Foreign policy, Honor, Justice, Law and Order, Middle East, Military justice, Obama, Obama's America Now, Politics, Power Line, Sgt. Bergdahl, Taliban, U.S. Military, United States of Obama | Tagged , , , , , , | 9 Comments