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Defense Against Demagogues

Nik L Wrote: Jan 28, 2015 9:58 AM
I usually enjoy watching Bill O’Reilly, but he has a history of piling on when gasoline prices get high, implying collusion by the oil companies and ignoring the facts. I suspect that he does it only to bolster his “I’m protecting the folks” credentials, rather than truly believing what he says. Regardless, his piling on helps perpetuate the lies and ignorance, and it aggravates economic division. Given the size of his pulpit, it is as irresponsible as Al Sharpton’s scurrilous claims.
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Duke University's Call to Prayer

Nik L Wrote: Jan 22, 2015 8:54 AM
"The vehemence of the reaction from a number of quarters created concerns about security," Lefty projection.
The scary-looking stuff coming from those chimneys is steam, AKA water vapor, not CO2, not pollution. I thought it was only lefty/green writers and publications that used images of chimneys issuing steam that were back-lit to make it appear that the chimneys were spewing smoke, soot & other pollutants, in order to scare an ignorant public. NASA/GISS and their allies have so corrupted the data and changed their algorithms so often that they have no credibility, and even they have no confidence in their reports. And this is the agency that landed men on the moon in 1969?
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Obama Brings Knife to Gunfight with Castro

Nik L Wrote: Jan 16, 2015 7:10 PM
The same negotiating skills are being applied with Iran.
How many mosques invite Christians to ring bells from the minarets and conduct Christian services within? Ditto, Jewish, Hindu, and/or Buddhist prayers. Where do you find Muslim inclusion and tolerance?
The defense of Charlie Hedbo is not a defense of what he said or did; rather, it is a defense of his right to say or to do to express his views. The WH, press, and other lefties want us to think that the former is the issue and, thereby, make us shrink from the defense of the right, perhaps to the point of making laws that criminalize poor taste and bad judgement. No one has a right not to be offended. Besides, who can know for certain under what circumstances some party will be offended? That which causes one to laugh may bring another to tears, and another to shoot. And how can someone who is dead be offended?
She is an empty-suit show-pony. Her “leadership” skills are limited to doing what big-name consultants told her to do and say (which led to disaster for HP and Compaq). She escaped Lucent just before the balloon she helped to inflate, burst.
If “true Islam” is defined by the Koran, then true Islam – per the Koran - is a religion that DEMANDS intolerance of all other religions and DEMANDs acts of violence against practitioners of all other religions. One suspects that Mrs. Rajavi’s references to “true Islam” and positive comparisons to current-day Iran are (disingenuously) only in the context of the Muslim community and that non-Muslim communities are still the enemy. Ken, you should ask for clarification from Mrs. Rajavi on this point (reconciling what she says with what is in the Koran regarding treatment of non-Muslims).
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The CIA and Its Torturers

Nik L Wrote: Dec 11, 2014 8:51 AM
Define "torture."
I’d rather Hassan get the noose, and Dear Ruler publically admit that the murders were an act of domestic Islamic terrorism.
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