Written by Baron Bodissey
When I write about Danish citizens who travel to Syria or Iraq to wage jihad in the cause of Allah, I usually refer to them as “Danes”. The quote marks are added as a shorthand reference to their status as culture-enrichers hailing from one of the world’s innumerable bucolic bailiwicks where Islam ...
Written by Daniel Greenfield
The Nation Institute’s headquarters in a classic twelve story building just off Manhattan’s pricey Union Square is a long way from Frazier Glenn Miller’s digs in Marionville, Missouri.
The Southern Poverty Law Center, which spent a great deal of time monitoring Miller, would never have thought to ...
Written by Evan Bernick
The Crime of Being Bullied: 15-Year-Old Special Needs Student Convicted of Disorderly Conduct for Recording Evidence of Bullying
It’s a horrific case study in bullying. A high school sophomore who suffers from comprehension delay disorder (an information-processing disorder), ADHD, and an anxiety ...
Written by Bradlee Dean
“The truth is like a lion, just turn it loose and it will defend itself.” – Saint Augustine
Hollywood is at it again. They are continuously mocking God and His Word only to show the American people how dead set they are against God and His rule. You see friends, Hollywood is offended by “The Rock ...
Written by Right Side News
Rutherford Institute Asks Federal Court to Strike Down N.J. Anti-Bullying Law as Unconstitutional Restraint on Students’ 1st Amendment Rights
April 08, 2014 NEWARK, New Jersey — Attorneys for The Rutherford Institute have asked a federal court to declare a New Jersey anti-bullying law ...
Written by Chuck Baldwin
The freedom of the press and the freedom of religion are two of the most important elements of a free society. These were so important to America’s Founding Fathers that they were protected in the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. A free and independent press serves as watchdogs for ...
Written by Chuck Baldwin
What happens when an institution becomes more important than the cause for which the institution was formed? How long should people who believe in the cause remain loyal to such an institution? And at what point does loyalty to such an institution comprise an abandonment of the cause itself?
Written by Cliff Kincaid
When The Baltimore Sun ran an editorialabout the Maryland mall shooter, who killed two people and then himself, the newspaper said that mental health problems need to be identified sooner. But it failed to breathe a word about killer Darion Aguilar’s admitted marijuana use. Dr. Christine Miller, a ...
Written by DTN
University theology lecturer Natana DeLong-Bas contends that the ultra-fundamentalist Islamic sect known as Wahhabism is compatible with tolerance and modern feminism. She claims that “extremism does not stem from the Islamic religion,” but rather from “the political conditions in the Islamic ...