Category Archives: Terrorism
Presenting three different situations for your consideration. Above is a photo of the McCloskeys defending their home from “protesters” in St. Louis, MO, who were actually trespassers. There is no doubt that these people were trespassing on a private street and some even on the McCloskeys’ private property. Whether or not they broke the gate, they walked right by a “no trespassing” sign, opened the gate, and entered a private subdivision. The McCloskeys, seeing the militant, chanting trespassers, felt threatened and defended their property with weapons, one of which was not even functional. This case is well known. The McCloskeys, the victims, were indicted by a grand jury and await trial. No “protesters” were arrested for trespassing or for threatening the couple.
Joe Biden’s administration announced recently that the border with Mexico is “closed,” which is news to most Americans who are incensed about the thousands of illegal aliens who pour over the border every day. Continue reading
Today is the 18th anniversary of one of the most horrific events in our nation’s history. On September 11, 2001, we were attacked without warning by foreign Islamist terrorists who succeeded in murdering nearly 3000 human beings, injuring another 6000, destroying buildings and infrastructure worth billions of dollars, and leaving a lasting legacy of sickness and yet more death among the families of the murdered as well as among those who bravely responded to the attack.
Let us never forget.
In response to a tweet by President Trump, which rightly and pointedly criticized Representative Ilhan Omar’s flip characterization of the worst terrorist attack in American history, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi said,
The memory of 9/11 is sacred ground, and any discussion of it must be done with reverence.