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Donald Trump’s Yuuuuge Millennial and Independent problem – It’s either Ted Cruz or we lose

March 15, 2016

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I normally dislike such insipid titles as the one I chose for this column. But in this particular case, the reality could not be more simple and straightforward. As the GOP Presidential nomination race moves forward, it is becoming more evident that in terms of voter’s preference, Donald Trump and Ted Cruz are going to […]

Donald Trump – your newest Lucy Van Pelt

January 31, 2016

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Everyone that grew up with Charles Schulz’ Peanuts cartoon strip and the animated specials, recognizes someone like Charlie Brown, the earnest, good hearted, self conscious and regretfully easily duped, little fellow that really wants to believe. He’s also mildly neurotic and tortured by insecurity and doubts. Many of us even see a bit of ourselves […]

U.S. Mosques – Command & Control Centers of Jihad

December 11, 2015

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The Omar Ibn El Khattab Mosque that the Little Rock shooter, Abdulhakim Muhammad attended under the spiritual direction of prominent Muslim Brotherhood Imam, Dr. Hany Saqr.   Along with the indoctrination at Sharia adherence mosques, is the limitless access to malevolent missives and recruitment taking place by the minute on social media. Elton Simpson tweeted […]

American Mosques – Jihad Central

December 9, 2015

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Editor’s Note:  In the second report in this series, we examined the central role that the mosque plays in the radicalization of Muslims in America and the terror that is spawned in them. We pick up that thread here in more detail and will conclude our series tomorrow with a recommendation of a course of […]

Mosques – Sanctuaries or breeding grounds of violence?

December 7, 2015

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  Editor’s note: This is the second in a three part series, focusing in on what is actually giving impetus to terror attacks in this country, such as we’ve seen in Boston, Ft. Hood, Garland, Texas, Chattanooga, Tennessee and most recently, San Bernardino, California. While Democrats complain that calling these killings Jihad, makes Muslims potential […]

You Can’t Protect America with a Blindfold on.

December 6, 2015

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Editor’s Note:  This is the first of a three part series on domestic terror prompted by the edicts of the “religion of peace”. We will begin with examining what the actual causes are of attacks like the one in San Bernardino, Boston and Garland, Texas, and by contrast, what aspects are merely the effects. The […]

Europeans in Rebellion – Leaders in denial

November 20, 2015

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  Editor’s Note:  This is the second in the series of reports here at Blasted Fools, on the politics in Europe resulting not only from the Paris terror attacks, but on the rejection of excessive and incompatible migration from Syria, Libya, Afghanistan and Iraq.       The powers that be, in the Western sector of the European […]

Paris Terror, Islamic Militants and Euro vs Euro

November 17, 2015

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  I have a number of observations concerning the horrific attack by Muslim fanatics on Parisian concert goers and others attending sports events and just enjoying the evening on Friday of last week, which claimed 129 victims and likely to claim more. Before I begin, my heart goes out to the survivors of the attack […]

You’re Not Voting For A President – You’re Hiring An Employee

October 16, 2015

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You’re not electing a President, you’re hiring an employee Somehow, someway, things have gone off of the rails in America. A Presidential campaign has come to be seen as an ad campaign with the candidate being the subject of the best marketing techniques and image positioning. Part popularity contest and part careful and cautious stage […]

“Can I interest you in some Free Community College?” NO.

January 15, 2015

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  A friend sent me the new Ann Coulter column in which she takes apart Obama’s latest grasping at straws scheme to change the national subject, the “Free Community College” proposal. I’m not going to discuss the proposal itself or quote Ann Coulter’s piece. To quote the article even in part, would be to rob […]