Tag Archives: islam

Wise Men Or Blind Mice?

Today I want to say a few things about the world's three great religions – Christianity, Warmalarmism, and Muslamism which I mention in that order because while I don't respect the tenets of any of them, Christians only try to … Continue reading

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Is That A Quran In Your Toilet, Or Are You Just Happy To See Me?

I almost lost my mind while watching O'Reilly yesterday, but don't worry, that happens every time I watch him. The reason for this particular episode had to do with the Pace University student who has been charged with a "hate … Continue reading

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Malaysia, Truly Aphasia?

Malaysia – The government has warned it could use tough anti-terrorism laws against bloggers who insult Islam or the country's king. A suspect may be detained indefinitely, without being charged or put on trial. "But officials insist the law is not … Continue reading

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What We Have Here Is A Failure To Communicate

Everyday, I'm bombarded with stupidity, and I just can't address it all as completely as it so richly deserves. Some recent examples: 1) Cigarette smoking may inhibit Parkinson's. First it was weight loss, now we have another benefit of lung … Continue reading

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We’re All British Now

In Modern Romance, Albert Brooks thinks his girlfriend, Kathryn Harold, is wearing a provocative dress to work, and he warns, "Honey, there are men out there who -only- rape… that's all they do. That was thirty years ago, and naturally, … Continue reading

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Where Have You Gone Soggy Muttonhead?

Because I'd really like to hear his take on this… LONDON: Increasingly, Muslim women in Britain take their children to school and run errands covered head to toe in flowing black gowns that allow only a slit for their eyes. … Continue reading

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Parsing Matilda

In addressing the comments of (most certainly) Australia's greatest thinker, I decided that in the interest of time and my level of interest, it would be best if I simply went with my initial reaction. So with that, I present, The … Continue reading

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