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The Immoral Foreign Policy of the “Resistance”

September 10, 2018 by

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By Caroline Glick ~ One of the constant themes of the “Resistance” — most recently restated in the New York Times’ anonymous op-ed Wednesday — is that President Donald Trump is “amoral” because he is interested in cultivating good relations with dictators. In the words of the anonymous op-ed author: “In public and in private, President Trump shows a preference […]

Nets Ignore Seventeen Dead Bodies Found In Terror-Stricken Filipino Town

July 1, 2017 by

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By Sarah Stites ~ On Wednesday, Filipino soldiers discovered seventeen bodies of civilians – five of them reportedly decapitated — the latest in a string of casualties in the embattled town of Marawi. But the nets didn’t report the news; in fact, although the ISIS-inspired terrorism gripping Marawi – and targeted especially at Christians – […]

Islamic State Comes To The Philippines

June 20, 2017 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ Peter Hartcher on jihad in the Philippines: What if the butchers of so-called Islamic State set up a branch of their barbarian “caliphate” in South East Asia with the aim of waging their vicious jihad throughout the region? Too late. They already have. Declaring themselves to be “Islamic State – Eastern […]

Cuba, Philippines and Spanish-American War

December 10, 2009 by

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American Minute By Bill Federer After slavery ended in the U.S., President Grant spoke to Congress, December 1, 1873, of “several thousand persons illegally held as slaves in Cuba…by the slaveholders of Havana, who are vainly striving to stay the march of ideas which has terminated slavery in Christendom, Cuba only excepted.” In February 1898, […]