Tag Archives: State Department

The Lies of Huma Abedin

Huma Abedin did not know that Hillary Clinton had a private server until about a year and a half ago, when it became public knowledge. But emails showed that Abedin was aware of the server that she claimed not to have … Continue reading

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When Muslims Burn Jews Alive

Israelis who kill Muslims are considered pariahs. Muslims who burn Jews to death are glorified as heroes. And there are many such aspiring heroes, eager for a Palestinian Authority salary funded by American and European foreign aid and a “Get Out of Jail Free” card dispensed by Obama and Kerry. But the world is only outraged when Muslims die. It is not outraged when Muslims kill. When Muslims burn Jews or massacre Christians, it shrugs and moves on. Continue reading

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Senator Cruz rallies against Christian persecution, calls for the release of Meriam Ibrahim from Sudan

Under Sudan’s Islamic Shari’a law, marriage to a Christian is considered invalid and a child who is considered Muslim cannot be raised by a Christian.

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TransCanada’s Keystone XL Pipeline: Under Cover of Darkness

We still don’t know the answer to that question, but a critical segment of the Keystone XL Pipeline is mighty close to conclusion. The map segment referred to as the “Gulf Coast Project” is nearly complete, as a finite pipeline capable of carrying Canadian oil sands from Hardisty, Alberta to Nederland, Texas.

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