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The Mexico Way

25th May 2016

Steve Sailer reminds us of some history.

Clearly, Trump is accusing the Mexican ruling class—the politicians and billionaires like Carlos Slim, the largest single shareholder of The New York Times—of dumping their surplus population on the United States.

Just as the Saudi royal family protects itself by dispatching its young Muslim fanatics to preach jihad in Europe, Castañeda asserted that Mexico’s ferocious inequality is made tolerable only by illegal emigration to the U.S. Without the open border, Mexico would dissolve into another revolution as vicious as the one a century ago that killed at least a million and sent refugees pouring into Texas.

You might think that this question of what would happen in Mexico would be a subject of intense concern to American elites. Instead it doesn’t really seem to come up much.

One reason that nobody in the U.S. pays attention to Mexico is because Mexican elites have wanted it that way.

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NYC Mayor Proposes $2 Million Deer Vasectomy Campaign

25th May 2016

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I am not making this up.

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European Ballistic Missile Defense Operational

25th May 2016

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Two years after the movement process began the only land-based Aegis anti-aircraft/missile system in existence (in New Jersey) has been taken apart, packed into 60 large (40 foot) shipping containers and sent to Romania where Aegis where it has been be put back together, tested and became operational in May 2016 as an anti-missile system. This took six months longer than expected but this was seen as a possibility because this was the first time land-based Aegis was disassembled and moved and then set up in a combat zone. The U.S. is building two more ground-based Aegis systems; one in Poland and one in Hawaii. All three, including new Aegis components for two of them and needed missiles (24 per location) and launching hardware for all of them will cost $2.3 billion. That’s nearly $800 million per system.

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Nationwide Crime Wave Confirms the Ferguson Effect

25th May 2016

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Heather Mac Donald, writing in the Wall Street Journal, describes the crime wave that is sweeping the nation, and attributes much of it to the Ferguson effect. She notes that even some who initially denied the Ferguson effect now admit that the phenomenon is real.

Mac Donald points to Richard Rosenfeld, a criminologist at the University of Missouri, St. Louis, who was an early and influential critic of the Ferguson effect. Rosenfeld changed his mind after taking a closer look at the worsening crime statistics. “The only explanation that gets the timing right is a version of the Ferguson effect,” Rosenfeld said recently. “These aren’t flukes or blips, this is a real increase.”

Mac Donald also points to a study in the Journal of Criminal Justice. It found that homicides in the 12 months after the Michael Brown shooting rose significantly in cities with large black populations and already high rates of violence. This is precisely what the Ferguson effect would predict.

No peace, no justice.

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Fmr. McDonald’s USA CEO: $35K Robots Cheaper Than Hiring at $15 Per Hour

25th May 2016

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Next up: Government rules that they have to hire people rather than buy robots to do certain jobs.

“I was at the National Restaurant Show yesterday and if you look at the robotic devices that are coming into the restaurant industry — it’s cheaper to buy a $35,000 robotic arm than it is to hire an employee who’s inefficient making $15 an hour bagging French fries — it’s nonsense and it’s very destructive and it’s inflationary and it’s going to cause a job loss across this country like you’re not going to believe,” said former McDonald’s (MCD) USA CEO Ed Rensi during an interview on the FOX Business Network’s Mornings with Maria.

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Protests Turn Violent Outside Trump New Mexico Event

25th May 2016

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A time-honored tactic of the Left. But the Driv-By Media will blame Trump nevertheless.

Notice that the protestors are attempting to burn an American flag.

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The Pacific Islanders Who Want to Ban Islam

24th May 2016

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The leader of the Christian Church in Samoa has called for the country to bring in a blanket ban on Islam.

Reverend Ma’auga Motu, secretary general of the Samoa Council of Churches, said the council was pressing the government to prohibit the religion on the Pacific island.

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Palestinian Authority Media Praises Terrorist Who Killed American Tourist

24th May 2016

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Masalha went on a stabbing spree which killed U.S. citizen Taylor Force and injured 11 others, before being killed by Israeli police.

After the attack, Mahmoud Abbas’ Fatah faction and the PA glorified Masalha as “the heroic Martyr.”

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Oberlin Students Want Below-Average Grades Abolished, Midterms Replaced with Conversations

24th May 2016

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Oberlin College’s activist community is ready to call it quits. Progressive students are dropping out of college, citing academic and emotional difficulties stemming from their mental health problems and overall disgust with the toxic culture on campus.

That’s according to a fascinating piece for The New Yorker by Nathan Heller, who interviewed a number of exhausted activists at Oberlin. They perceive that other students, faculty members, and the administration are completely against them, and have made it impossible for them to live on campus. Some are dropping out.

And their parents are paying how much for this school?

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Donald Trump Is Going to Win: This Is Why Hillary Clinton Can’t Defeat What Trump Represents

24th May 2016

Salon descends into Pravda territory.

The neofascist reaction, the force behind Trump, has come about because of the extreme disembeddedness of the economy from social relations. The neoliberal economy has become pure abstraction; as has the market, as has the state, there is no reality to any of these things the way we have classically understood them. Americans, like people everywhere rising up against neoliberal globalization (in Britain, for example, this takes the form of Brexit, or exit from the European Union), want a return of social relations, or embeddedness, to the economy.

The Trump alliance desires to remake the world in their own image, just as the class representing neoliberal globalization has insisted on doing so. The difference couldn’t be starker. Capitalism today is placeless, locationless, nameless, faceless, while Trump is talking about hauling corporations back to where they belong, in their home countries, fix them in place by means of rewards and retribution, like one handles a recalcitrant child.

The whole thing reads like an undergraduate Gender Studies paper. They actually pay people money to write this stuff.

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Transgender Teacher Gets $60k After Co-Workers Won’t Call Her ‘They’

24th May 2016

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I am not making this up.

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New York City Lets You Choose From 31 Different Gender Identities

24th May 2016

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I am not making this up.

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Feds to Build Separate Detention Unit for Transgender Illegal Immigrants

24th May 2016

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I am not making this up.

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The Real Obama Legacy Revealed: 20,642 New Regulations

24th May 2016

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More than $22 billion per year in new regulatory costs were imposed on Americans last year, pushing the total burden for the Obama years to exceed $100 billion annually.

Hey, it’s what Democrats do.

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Tales of the Real Hillary: An Ongoing Series

24th May 2016

Jonah Goldberg looks at the H Factor.

Brooks goes on to argue that the real reason people don’t like Hillary is that she is — wait for it — a “workaholic.” Brooks tells us that this malady “is a form of emotional self-estrangement” and then writes some interesting things about workaholics.

With all due respect to Brooks, this is some mighty weak sauce. Frankly, the idea that someone as smart as Brooks could think Clinton’s unpopularity is a deep and impenetrable mystery is the real mystery here. And the suggestion that if she had more hobbies, people would like her more is pretty hilarious. Break out the Hummel collection! Brooks even notes that we know Obama’s hobbies — has that helped his popularity? Do his poll numbers go up after every golf outing?

Goldberg doesn’t appear to have much respect for Brooks (and, quite frankly, neither do I).

Hillary is indeed a workaholic — a workaholic at pursuing and achieving and exploiting political power. Cornelius Vanderbilt was a certifiable workaholic but it never made him more attractive as an individual, because he just plain wasn’t.

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Why Every Country Has a Different F#$%ing Plug

24th May 2016

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The more you look at the writhing orgy of plugs in the world, the sillier it seems. If you buy a phone charger at the airport in Florida, you won’t be able to use it when your flight lands in France. If you buy a three-pronged adapter for le portable in Paris, you might not be able to plug it in when your train drops you off in Germany. And when your flight finally bounces to a stop on the runway in London, get ready to buy a comically large adapter to tap into the grid there. But that’s cool! You can take the same adapter to Singapore with you! And parts of Nigeria! Oh yeah, and if said charger doesn’t support 240v power natively, make sure you buy a converter, or else it might explode.

And aside from a few oases, like the fledgling standardization of the Type C Europlug in the European Union, this is the picture all across the world.

I avoid this problem simply by Not Traveling. But that’s me.

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Federal Regulations Work Overtime to Kill American Prosperity

24th May 2016

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Every time the government makes a new law or regulation (nowadays, pretty much the same thing) restricting the freedom of employers and employees to set the terms of the employment, it enables more ‘black market’ off-the-books relations.

You’d think that Prohibition might have taught them some basic economics, but apparently not.

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Gerrymandering

24th May 2016

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News reports often make it seem like gerrymandering, and redistricting in general, as being a simple matter of politicians being evil to a greater or lesser extent, when it’s actually much more interesting that. Similarly, it’s something that mathematicians and computer scientists often see and think is trivial – and there are actually a lot of interesting problems in gerrymandering to which math and CS can be applied that definitely aren’t trivial, which I’m always excited to share.

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Why Being Lazy Might Actually Be Good for You

24th May 2016

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Well, I’ve always thought so.

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When Leaders Cheat, Followers … Follow

24th May 2016

Glenn Reynolds blows the whistle.

But, of course, the CIA’s “accident” was only the latest in a long rash of “accidental” losses of incriminating information in this administration. The IRS — whose Tea Party-targeting scandal is now over 1,100 days old without anyone being charged or sent to jail — seems to have a habit of ”accidentally” destroying hard drives containing potentially incriminating evidence. It has done so in spite of court orders, in spite of Congressional inquiries and in spite of pretty much everyone’s belief that these “accidents” were actually the deliberate, illegal destruction of incriminating evidence to protect the guilty.

Then there’s Hillary’s email scandal, in which emails kept on a private unsecure server — presumably to avoid Freedom of Information Act disclosures — were deleted. Now emails from Hillary’s IT guy, who is believed to have set up the server, have gone poof.

“Destroy the evidence, and you’ve got it made,” said an old frozen dinner commercial. But now that appears to be the motto of the United States government.

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The ‘Five Second Rule’ Is Real, Say Nasa Engineers

24th May 2016

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The “five second rule” – the urban food myth, ever-justifying your decision to eat a dropped tasty treat – does exist, according to two NASA engineers.

The 87 per cent of people who admitted they would happily eat food after it had fallen on the floor in a 2014 survey, will be pleased to know there is legitimate science behind the rule, although certain conditions do apply.

Speaking on the Science Channel’s The Quick and the Curious NASA engineers, Mark Rober and Mike Meacham, explained the amount of moisture in your food and the surface upon which it is dropped are major factors in how much bacteria it will pick up.

“The ‘five second rule’ is really the ’30 second moisture and surface rule’,” they say.

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If Movies Ended When Someone Said the Title

23rd May 2016

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… we could all go home early.

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Scientists Have Discovered What Causes ‘Resting Bitch Face’

23rd May 2016

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Well, thank goodness.

Among the slew of pop culture icons said to be afflicted with so-called Resting Bitch Face (alternatively known as Bitchy Resting Face), the vast majority are women, though Kanye West is among the male examples. All of them have been mocked by Internet commenters for having a certain unintentional expression when their faces are not in motion  — a look best described as vaguely annoyed, maybe a little judgy, perhaps slightly bored.

Hillary Clinton.

The cues are understated, yet the machine detects and interprets them the same way our human brains do, she said. “Something in the neutral expression of the face is relaying contempt, both to the software and to us.”

Yup, Hillary Clinton.

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The Superversive World of Harry Potter

23rd May 2016

John C Wright ponders the Potter milieu.

Asking on a questionnaire whether one is open to diversity is like asking whether one likes raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens. And the caricature of conservatives as cretins who applaud deadly force and torture, intolerance and cruelty, is as much of a world make-believe as Voldemort himself.

Finding that no one in real life believes what bigoted leftists pretend conservatives believe does not mean most people lean left: it means leftists are bigots.

Well, yeah.

For better or worse, reality is conservative. Because of this, drama in any form tends to be conservative: readers still enjoy reading love stories and heroic adventures. Hence a book like Harry Potter, which is based on archetypes as old as cave paintings — wise men with long gray beards, evil serpents, trusted comrades, the unloved orphan (who, like Hercules or Moses, is chosen by fate to slay monsters or evil lords and save his people) — is innately conservative.

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Asian-American Group to File Discrimination Complaint Against Yale, Brown, and Dartmouth

23rd May 2016

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Sure, why not, everybody else is.

A group called the Asian American Coalition for Education plans to file an official complaint tomorrow with the federal Department of Education and Department of Justice noting that Yale, Brown, and Dartmouth have “unlawfully discriminated” against Asian-Americans in their admissions policies.

The Coalition, “which is composed of more than 100 local, state and national organizations,” claims the colleges “have the lowest acceptance rate for Asian Americans,” and maintain quotas for the (racial) group.

It also points out that Asian-American enrollment at Yale has declined “despite the number of college-aged Asian-Americans more than doubling since 2011.”

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Camel ‘Bites Owner’s Head Off After Being Tied Up All Day During Heatwave’

23rd May 2016

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Can’t say that I blame it.

Let that be a lesson to us all.

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Yale introduces gender-neutral bathrooms to campus

23rd May 2016

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‘Introduces’? One of my fondest memories of Yale was stepping out of the shower spring term of my freshman year in Byers Hall and finding a young lady wrapped in a towel brushing her teeth at one of the sinks. This was 1975.

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Woman Who Died Climbing Everest Wanted to Prove Vegans Are Not ‘Weak’

23rd May 2016

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Guess it didn’t work.

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Louisiana to Become First State to Make Cop Killing a Hate Crime

23rd May 2016

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Sauce for the goose….

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Battle of the Campaign Slogans

23rd May 2016

Scott Adams continues his masterly analysis.

Maybe I should tell you what is wrong with Clinton’s slogan from a persuasion perspective. Otherwise, we’re done early.

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Exam Claims ‘Income Redistribution’ Among ‘Main Functions of Government’

23rd May 2016

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A test, administered on April 29 in Professor John Traxler’s Healthcare Economics class, told students that “[o]ne of the main functions of government is income redistribution,” then asked them to explain what the statement meant. The correct answer was C: “Taxing the wealthy and giving it to those in poverty.”

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IRS Chief Skips Own Impeachment Hearing

23rd May 2016

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IRS Commissioner John Koskinen will not appear at a Tuesday impeachment hearing examining allegations of his misconduct despite an invitation to testify from the House Judiciary Committee.

As reported by Politico, the IRS says the Commissioner Koskinen does not have time to “fully prepare” because he just returned from China. The agency claims that he was not given enough notice of the hearing, which was scheduled more than a week ago.

Hey, what does he need to prepare? An alibi? Either he did what they say he did or he didn’t; either way, he ought to know.

The hearing is the first step in examining findings from the House Oversight Committee, which last year called for Koskinen’s impeachment.

Following the revelations that the IRS had been applying improper, politically motivated scrutiny to tea party and conservative organizations, Koskinen was appointed head of the agency promising reform and transparency.

Guess it didn’t work.

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Obama: Hey, Let’s Sell Weapons to Vietnam’s Police State!

23rd May 2016

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Sure, what could go wrong?

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Bankruptcy and the Case for Puerto Rico’s Independence

23rd May 2016

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BLUF: American taxpayers ought not to have to pay to support a Third World kleptocracy.

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Does the First Amendment Protect the Religious Duty of Jihad?

23rd May 2016

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If Mohammed is the perfect Muslim that all Muslims are to emulate, and an imam in a mosque preaches jihad and a worshipper then commits jihad, is the imam’s speech protected religious speech or speech that incites violence which may not be protected by our constitution?

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5 Times ‘Transgender’ Men Abused Women and Children in Bathrooms

23rd May 2016

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My, what a surprise! Aren’t you surprised? I’m sure surprised.

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Mount Everest: Third climber in three days dies descending summit

23rd May 2016

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Think of it as evolution in action.

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Airport Lines and the TSA: Your Government Is Failing You

23rd May 2016

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But you knew that.

This summer, air travel is for people who expect to go to hell and want to know what it will be like. Security lines have reached epic lengths in many airports. Thousands of travelers have missed flights. And the Transportation Security Administration now advises passengers to arrive two hours before departure for domestic flights—and three in some places.

I’ll belabor the obvious and point out that the terrorists have won.

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Loud Muslim Objections to the Closure of “Silent Rooms” in German Universities

23rd May 2016

Read it. And watch the video.

Whenever supposedly non-denominational prayer rooms are established in public buildings, they are rapidly co-opted by Muslims and turned into de facto mosques. Non-Muslim religious symbols are excluded from the rooms, women are forcibly segregated from the men, and openly expressed practices of other religions are forbidden. This occurs not just in Germany, but throughout Western Europe, North America, and Australia.

The following video is the second post in a series on the controversies surrounding the closure of “prayer rooms” at German universities. It shows a TV panel discussion featuring an attractively hijabbed young woman named Hatice Durmaz of the Council of Muslim Students and Academics.

Pay attention to the taqiyya-dance executed by Ms. Durmaz in this clip. When confronted with facts that she has previously denied, she skillfully changes direction, diverts her interviewer’s attention, and takes a different tack to reach her goal: the assertion that Muslims are blameless, that they are not responsible for the discrimination against women and infidels that is so blatantly manifested in the “silent rooms”.

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NYT: Blacks Shooting Blacks in Large Numbers

23rd May 2016

Steve Sailer reviews the news that’s fit to print.

Hillary is currently running for President on how we must have more gun control to save innocent black baby bodies from racist Republican white males hunting them down for sport:

… Clinton addressed a fundraising dinner organized by the Trayvon Martin Foundation, … “If you want to imagine what Trump’s America would look like, picture more kids at risk of violence and bigotry,” Clinton said.

In the real world, however, the big story is blacks shooting blacks.

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How Corporate America Bought Hillary Clinton for $21M

23rd May 2016

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Mandatory financial disclosures released this month show that, in just the two years from April 2013 to March 2015, the former first lady, senator and secretary of state collected $21,667,000 in “speaking fees,” not to mention the cool $5 mil she corralled as an advance for her 2014 flop book, “Hard Choices.”

Throw in the additional $26,630,000 her ex-president husband hoovered up in personal-appearance “honoraria,” and the nation can breathe a collective sigh of relief that the former first couple — who, according to Hillary, were “dead broke” when they left the White House in 2001 with some of the furniture in tow — can finally make ends meet.

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Isis Official Calls for ‘Lone Wolf’ Attacks in US and Europe During Ramadan

22nd May 2016

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As opposed to the rest of the time, when they wouldn’t dream of it.

I guess the all-day fast makes them a little testy.

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Bring me the Wretched Refuse of Your Teeming Shore — And Nothing Else

22nd May 2016

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It appears that one of the secret codicils to the immigration agreement between the EU and Turkey granted the latter the right to choose which “refugees” to send on to Europe, and which to retain in the Turkish migrant camps. In practice, Turkey — surprise, surprise! — lets only the riff-raff go through — the most problematic cases — and keeps well-educated, useful, and productive people for itself. Most notably, Syrian academics are not being allowed to travel on to Europe.

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Swan You Say? Medieval Feasting!

22nd May 2016

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It’s surprising that medieval people got anything done, so politically incorrect were their diets.

 

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British EU Army Unit Prayed at Hardline Islamist Mosque

22nd May 2016

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One of the British Army units set to join a new European Union (EU) battlegroup prayed at a radical Islamist mosque just weeks ago, Breitbart London can reveal.

The 4th Infantry Brigade – otherwise known as the “Black Rats” – were revealed by Breitbart London to have been part of an outreach project near their barracks in North Yorkshire which saw them praying at a mosque run by Tablighi Jamaat (TJ) operatives.

TJ, known to some as the ‘Army of Darkness’, is linked to a number of global terrorist atrocities including 9/11, 7/7, and the recent San Bernardino shootings. They are also linked to the Taliban.

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Muslim Media Darling: Hitler Spared Some Jews ‘So We’d Know Why He Killed Them’

22nd May 2016

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A Muslim girl who took a “defiant” selfie at an anti-Islam protest in Belgium allegedly posted anti-Semitic comments on her Twitter, Facebook, and Ask.fm accounts, according to a Belgian former soldier and a leading Dutch website.

Zakia Belkhiri, 22, was lauded as an “inspiration” by the media as her picture next to Vlaams Belang (Flemish Interest) protesters went viral.

But web sleuths have now claimed that Ms. Belkhiri’s “peace sign” in the picture is perhaps out of character for her. They claim she tweeted in 2012: “Hitler didnt kill all the jews, he left some. So we [would] know why he was killing them.”

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HAPPY DANCE SUNDAY

22nd May 2016

Mozart Piano Concerto #23 in A, K.488

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Facebook Is Helping the Left to Eat Itself

22nd May 2016

Even Brits are noticing.

As the Washington Post highlighted, liberals are more likely to unfriend you over politics. I suspect that they are also less likely to have conservative friends than vice versa, and are less tolerant overall on social media. This may perhaps be because the liberal-left is now the prestige, established faith of the western world, so its adherents are naturally more likely to feel theirs is the one true way, and less likely to meet people their own age with different views.  It doesn’t help, of course, that the social justice-loving Facebook has been politically curating their stories, as one former staffer admitted, because ‘they had a bias’.

The last decade has seen a huge increase in websites and articles pushing a social justice political slant, among the biggest being Salon and the Huffington Post. As the years have gone by their articles and headlines have become increasing shrill and bizarre, since shrill and bizarre is what people share on social media.

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How Kosovo Was Turned Into Fertile Ground for ISIS

22nd May 2016

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Every Friday, just yards from a statue of Bill Clinton with arm aloft in a cheery wave, hundreds of young bearded men make a show of kneeling to pray on the sidewalk outside an improvised mosque in a former furniture store.

The mosque is one of scores built here with Saudi government money and blamed for spreading Wahhabism — the conservative ideology dominant in Saudi Arabia — in the 17 years since an American-led intervention wrested tiny Kosovo from Serbian oppression.

Since then — much of that time under the watch of American officials — Saudi money and influence have transformed this once-tolerant Muslim society at the hem of Europe into a font of Islamic extremism and a pipeline for jihadists.

It’s in the New York Times so it MUST be true, right?

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Dicaprio Takes Private Jet Extra 8,000 Miles to Collect Environmental Award

22nd May 2016

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Leo DiCaprio picked up an environmental award in NYC this week — but hypocritically expanded his carbon footprint by 8,000 miles when he obtained the honor, by taking a private jet from Cannes, then flying straight back to France on another jet for a model-packed fund-raiser a night later.

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