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On the first night of Chanukah, the New York Times indulged in its grotesque penchant for its special brand of subtle, sophisticated Jew-hatred, on the front page ….. of course. Not only did the New York Times publish a nipple on the front page (a first) next to a tattooed Jewish star, but the article is all about the cancerous Jews. Front page s…
The New York Times is heralding the terror group Hamas. They have appointed a woman as their spokesperson, their front to the world. Anyone can see past this ruse — pimping a woman to do your savage messaging (Hamas was obviously moved by how eager Obama was to buy the Iranian "moderate" Rouhani ruse), but the real story is the New York Times headline.
The New York Times earlier this month announced “an important expansion” of its opinion offerings, adding more than two dozen new contributors from around the world slated to write monthly columns.
Among them is Egyptian best-selling author Alaa Al-Aswany, quoted frequently in the English-language media and described as a “liberal” Egyptian voice, as well as “The Face of Egypt’s Uprising” and a “defender of democracy” during the so-called Arab Spring demonstrations against then-President Hosni Mubarak’s rule.
The suspected Libyan Al Qaeda leader captured by U.S. special forces Saturday is being interrogated while in military custody on a Navy ship in the Mediterranean Sea, officials tell the New York Times.
Anas al-Libi, who’s wanted by the FBI for his role in the 1998 bombings of the U.S. embassies in East Africa, is expected to be sent to New York for criminal prosecution, the Times notes.
Business owner fells one intruder and captures another, The Seattle Times, Seattle, Wash. October 2, 2013
The owner of Frager Farm Stand and Fruit Tree Nursery in Kent, Wash. was about to go to bed when he heard a suspicious noise at his business, which is right next to his home. The owner retrieved a shotgun, went to investigate, and discovered a pair of intruders inside the farm stand’s office. The owner shot and killed one of the criminals and held the other at gunpoint until police could arrive. The break-in was the second in as many days for the farm stand. An investigation revealed that the surviving burglar was facing a domestic violence charge and had a recent history of drug use.
An 85-year-old woman was asleep at home in Orangeburg County, S.C. when she awakened to the sound of her dog barking. The woman retrieved a gun, went to investigate, and discovered an intruder inside her home. The woman asked the intruder, “what are you doing in my house?” The criminal refused to answer or move, prompting the woman to fire at the home invader, which caused him to flee.
New York Times Publishes Piece on the ‘Dilemma’ of Supporting Syrian Rebels, Complete With Horrific Execution Video
As the Obama administration pushes American intervention in Syria in the wake of the reported use of chemical weapons by the Assad regime, many are concerned about the prospect of aiding the violent Islamists that make up a significant percentage of the rebel forces.
For months, Blaze readers have seen accounts of the horrific violence perpetrated by the rebels, from the apparent execution of Syrian truck drivers for the “crime” of not being Sunni Muslims, to purported video of the rebels executing children who supported Bashar al-Assad and a Syrian rebel cutting out the heart of his enemy and eating it.
In a scathing editorial published August 18, titled, A Flawed Background-Check System, the New York Times takes to task the Federal Bureau of Investigation for the detrimental effect the agency’s inability to conduct accurate checks has had on job seekers. The Times notes that “F.B.I. background checks are widely viewed as the gold standards but are in fact woefully flawed, often based on fallible and incomplete data.” Of particular concern to the editorial board are inaccurate or incomplete records of those who were arrested, but not convicted, or those who had their cases dismissed or expunged. The Times cites “examples of workers who were either turned away from jobs or fired based on faulty F.B.I. background information,” and contends that the system has caused some to be “unfairly locked out of the job market.”
Here’s Beth’s story. Beth is a photographer, and I will be sharing more in upcoming months about a project she is working on that embraces the beauty of life.
“I am 25 years old and a product of multiple failed abortion attempts. I was born in India to an unwed 15 year old who felt her only option was abortion. My birth mother went to abort me but was stopped due to running into an old friend of hers, who was also connected with my (adoptive) parents, which is where the adoption process began. In the care of this women, my birth mother tried again to get rid of her unborn child.
Washington Times: ‘Feds Admit Improper Scrutiny of Candidate, Donor Tax Records’ – DOJ Declines to Prosecute
Confidential tax information of numerous political candidates and campaign donors were improperly scrutinized by government officials, the Treasury Department has admitted, according to the Washington Times. However, the Justice Department has declined to prosecute any of the instances of potential wrongdoing.
In Texas, it’s only a matter of hours until abortions are banned at 20 weeks. It’s a popular bill amongst those residing in The Lone Star State – with 62 percent supporting the law. Nationally, 50 percent of women and 52 percent of Millennials also want abortions to be banned at 20 weeks. Overall, only 14 percent of Americans support late-term abortions. The public is not with them, so pro-aborts vent their rage.
‘You Got Something to F—in’ Say to Me?’: Man Caught on Video Attacking Christian Street Preacher Near Gay Pride Event Reportedly Arrested 29 Times
Jason Queree, the man suspected of punching the protester multiple times, has been arrested 29 times since 1995. He has been convicted or otherwise found against for nine felonies, including forgery, stolen property, unlawful firearm possession and theft, and 12 misdemeanors, including driving with a suspended license, vehicle prowl, domestic violence, assault, DUI and criminal trespass.
We’re starting to expect another presidential press conference Monday morning in which Obama changes his mind about being angry about the IRS targeting conservative groups. Maybe he’ll ask acting commissioner Steven Miller to stay on and give him a bonus. And forget about abolishing the IRS — it just needs more money and attention.