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This Article Originally Appeared under the title “A Victory for State Education” at the American Thinker. An existing struggle over the nature of culture and politics has been reenergized in recent years, in part due to the election of Donald Trump. At least if recent curricular changes for Texas K-12 social studies programs are any […]
This article originally appeared in the American Spectator under the title “Chicago Mosque Holds Memorial Service for Morsi, Calls Israel ‘Head of the Snake’“ Speakers at a recent memorial service held in a southern suburb of Chicago for the late deposed president of Egypt, Mohamed Morsi, called his removal from power in 2013 a Western […]
This article originally appeared at the Daily Wire under the title, “SWINDLE: Non-Muslim Lawyer Launches Major Lawsuit Against CAIR” One of the best methods for judging the health of any organization — be it a large company, small business, or a non-profit group — is the issue of employee turnover. Using this metric, the Council […]
This article originally appeared in the American Thinker under the title “How to Counter 7 Lies in Turkey’s Denial of the Armenian Genocide“. Next week, on the 24th, is the commemoration of the Armenian genocide, 114 years after the Ottoman Empire started systematically murdering 1.5 million Armenians, as well as Greek and Assyrian minority Christians. […]
Last month, 32 individuals identified as “mostly faith leaders” by the San Diego Union-Tribune demonstrated at the U.S. southern border and were arrested. A December 10 Union-Tribune article and other accounts, such as a Huffington Post report and a press release from the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), painted sympathetic portraits. The Union-Tribune quoted Dallas imam Omar Suleiman: “We refuse to accept that this is normal … You […]
Houston’s Mayor chose to embrace CAIR Houston, even while the Keynote Speaker for their upcoming banquet, Linda Sarsour, is under fire for anti-antisemitism.