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Obama Signed Charlie Hebdo's Death Warrant in 2012

A week after Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens, and three other brave Americans, were murdered by Muslim terrorists on Sept 19, 2012, Jay Carney, on behalf of the President of the United States, Barack Hussein Obama, issued a statement, We ..., 4 days ago
Town Hall

It's The "Optics," Stupid

Commentators from both sides of the political aisle have discussed the optics of President Obama's absence from the massive, anti-terrorism march in Paris on January 11. Sadly, theyve all missed the point. It would have represented a glaring ...
 Town Hall1 week ago Paris: Why Obama's presence Sunday would have been height of hypocrisy  FOXNews.com2 weeks ago

Hillary Clinton's Charlie Hebdo Problem

In the days since the Charlie Hebdo massacre, the response from American politicians has ranged from pathetic to parodic. Through his press secretary, President Obama expressed regret on Monday that neither he nor any other high-ranking American ...
 Weekly Standard1 week ago After the Charlie Hebdo Murders  American Spectator3 weeks ago

Charlie Hebdo, free speech, and when the PC Mafia turns into PC Terrorism

It is times like these that many of us, myself included, find ourselves at a precipice. We are at the edge of something we loathe versus an offense that we cannot allow to go unchallenged. No matter how egregious the object or person receiving the ...
 Inquisitr2 weeks ago

Why Obama did not march

Simply put, Obama was not about to pass up the NFL's most watchable weekend all four of my teams won, by the way to march for a cause he does not believe in. From his emergence on the national scene in 2004, Obama has been all about suppressing ...
 WorldNetDaily2 weeks ago

From Threats Against Salman Rushdie To Attacks On 'Charlie Hebdo'

British writer Salman Rushdie leafs through a book in his study. He went into hiding for years after the Iranian leader Ayatollah Khomeini issued a fatwa calling for his death in 1989. The ayatollah denounced Rushdie's portrayal of the Prophet ...
 NPR3 weeks ago

On CNN, Jay Carney sticks to position that Charlie Hebdo should have pulled back

Jay Carney, in his press secretary days. (Kevin Lamarque/Reuters) This morning on CNN, former White House press secretary Jay Carney stuck to his position that Charlie Hebdo magazine had gone overboard with some 2012 cartoons lampooning the ...
 Washington Post3 weeks ago
Huffington Post

Does Islam Really Forbid Images Of Muhammad?

Muslims the world over have strongly condemned Wednesday's terrorist attack against the French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo, in which 12 people were killed by masked gunmen. The paper is believed to have been targeted because of its history of ...
 Huffington Post3 weeks ago

Obama defends free speech after Paris attacks

The president's tone contrasts with his more tepid responses following previous extremist attacks. By Josh Gerstein 1/7/15 3:12 PM EST Updated 1/7/15 6:16 PM EST President Barack ...
 Politico3 weeks ago

France bans protests over cartoons

France confirmed today it would allow no street protests against cartoons denigrating Islam's Prophet Mohammad that were published by a French magazine this week. French interior minister Manuel Valls said prefects throughout the country had orders ...
 Irish Times3 weeks ago
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