It turns out that there’s actually an answer to the question ‘Who do you have to kill to get a ticket to ‘Hamilton?’’ and the answer is ‘Harold Sherburne, Frank Connor, James Gezork, Alejandro Berger, and Charles Steinberg.’
The recent case of a ‘Democrat judge’s son-turned-neo-Nazi terrorist’ illustrates that bigotry has no special home in either party.
The Alton Nolen case is very much worth remembering, along with all terror attacks that occur on U.S. soil, not just for the victims and their survivors but for lessons that must be learned.
The Washington Post claims we are experiencing a ‘surge’ in right-wing violence and terrorism. A closer look at the data tells a more complicated story.
Don Lemon’s contention that a person’s race predisposes him to act violently is unequivocally racist. It’s also easily debunked.
The popularity of a grand conspiracy theory—the kind that took hold of the Pittsburgh gunman—is the result of a shattered political culture.
History has repeatedly made fools of those who attempt to solve terror attacks based upon narratives. Things are not always what they seem.
The compound was under surveillance from both local and federal law enforcement, but it took several months for law enforcement to intervene despite local reports.
‘How American Muslims learn and respond to the slippery slope of non-violent Islamism and its inherent separatism … is critical.’
A camp within the United States where children were being trained to shoot up schools in terrorist attacks should be in the news every day, until every connection is scrutinized.
Vox styles itself as a public relations firm for the violent gang in a video that downplays its roots and brutal nature in order to attack President Trump.
Until the Austin bomber’s motivation is discovered, what he did wasn’t terrorism, and if he were alive today, he wouldn’t be charged as a terrorist.
Unassimilated, alienated, underpaid, or unemployed young Muslim men appear to be most vulnerable to radicalization, and chain migration seems to frequently assist.
Falling vending machines and children’s balloons claim more American lives than would admitting 36,000 Uzbek immigrants.
People who embrace extremist behavior such as terrorist acts demonstrate convincing evidence of a failure to assimilate into the culture in which they reside.
This attack marks the first significant instance in America of the kind of vehicular ISIS attacks that have become frequent in European countries.
Like advocacy group reports, ‘Designated Survivor’ goes to extreme lengths to minimize the threat of Islamist violence and magnify ‘right-wing terrorism,’ despite opposite evidence.
The five-year anniversary of the Family Research Council shooting comes just three days after the killing of Heather Heyer and grievous attack on protesters in Charlottesville.
All of this domestic turmoil comes at a time China and Russia are posturing and flexing their military might. These are dangerous times and miscalculations can bring tragic consequences.
It’s inane to compare terrorist events to slipping in a bathtub, and other reasons we shouldn’t just go back to sleep on the problem with Muslim extremists.
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