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Hypocrite Pelosi

010917-N-7479T-509<br /> Ground Zero, New York City, N.Y. (Sept. 17, 2001) -- An aerial view shows only a small portion of the crime scene where the World Trade Center collapsed following the Sept. 11 terrorist attack. Surrounding buildings were heavily damaged by the debris and massive force of the falling twin towers. Clean-up efforts are expected to continue for months. U.S. Navy photo by Chief Photographer's Mate Eric J. Tilford. (RELEASED)

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.

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The Terror Birds of Prey Close in on the West

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Islamic terror once again strikes Europe.  How much more will Western
Civilization take? Will this be the straw that breaks the proverbial camel’s back, or, having let the camel’s nose in under the tent, will Europe (nay, the world) continue its long, slow slide into submission?

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The Spiral of Silence and the Enforcers of Right Think

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In our last post, we learned that researchers have found that people tend to self-censor their speech, both in person and on social media, if they believe that their opinions are unpopular or in the minority. Researchers call this phenomenon the spiral of silence. The tendency to self-censor is one that others, particularly progressives, use to political advantage, when they seek to punish or destroy those with whom they disagree. Depending upon how politically incorrect their points of view are perceived to be by others, speakers quickly learn to self-censor their speech lest they find themselves singled out, investigated, and punished by the enforcers of right think. Let’s look at some recent examples of this type of punishment that goes far beyond ridicule or ostracism.

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