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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…
Iran Nuclear Deal: Choice Was Between ‘Plague and Cholera’ “If a nuclear suitcase blows up five years from now in New York or Madrid, it will be because of the deal that was signed this morning”
A whole new terrible reality is upon us. Secretary of State Kerry assures us, “The purpose of this is very simple: to require Iran to prove the peaceful nature of its program,” Kerry said, “and to ensure that it cannot build a nuclear weapon.” How much in jizya? 4.2 million. “World powers will provide the Islamic Republic with sanctions relief valu…
Here’s one thing teachers and administrators learned today at Common Core training with New York State education commissioner John King: the movie “Free Birds” is “compelling cartoon cinema.” That quote just has to end up on the DVD packaging, doesn’t it?
… (As he goes on to describe, "Free Birds" is a movie about Thanksgiving in which turkeys stage a revolution to avoid being executed)—
Jessica Bakeman (@jessicabakeman) November 12, 2013
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.
Comic-Con conventions are no longer just about comics and the people who attend them are no longer just nerds and geeks who see sunlight twice a year. Cosplay is hot and everybody is doing it.
New York City is one of my favourite cities in the world. I love going there no matter what time of year it is.
On September 17, the York County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to approve Lafayette Gun Club’s application for a site plan update. This application included a request to make modest facilities upgrades that will allow them to better serve the shooting community in York County.
Next Tuesday, September 17 at 7:00 p.m., the York County Board of Supervisors will hold a public hearing to discuss the Lafayette Gun Club’s application for a site plan update. A final vote by the county board is expected to take place after this public hearing. This application includes a request to make modest facilities upgrades that will allow them to better serve the shooting community in York County. Their site plan update application can be viewed here.
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.
New York: Sportsmen’s Association for Firearms Education presents the 2013 Firearm Civil Rights Conference
Please join the Sportsmen’s Association for Firearms Education (S.A.F.E.) for its 2013 Firearm Civil Rights Conference.
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.”
On August 24, bring your family and friends to join the New York State Rifle and Pistol Association (the NRA’s official state affiliate) at Altamont Fairgrounds outside of Albany in Altamont, New York for a family-friendly celebration of what makes America great.
New York City’s first batch of Common Core test results are out. And the results are not impressive.
The lousy results haven’t dampened New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s enthusiasm:
Enjoy the spectacular view of New York City at the end of the 19th century featuring one of its most famous landmarks, the Brooklyn Bridge. Being the longest suspension bridge in the world upon completion, it has become an iconic part of New York’s skyline. Take a walk across the bridge and you will find yourself in the very heart of the city among magnificent skyscrapers, American symbols of power and ingenuity.