Posts Categorized: Homegrown Jihadi


Is America’s Foreign Policy and U.S. Military Interventionism the Cause for Homegrown Terrorists and the Global Jihad Movement?

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  The Intercept: A SECRET FBI STUDY found that anger over U.S. military operations abroad was the most commonly cited motivation for individuals involved in cases of “homegrown” terrorism. The report also identified no coherent pattern to “radicalization,” concluding that it remained near impossible to predict future violent acts. The study, reviewed by The Intercept, was… Read more »


Here’s The Hard Facts West Must Face After Orlando Jihad Attack (Guest Post)

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  In the early hours of Sunday June 12th 2016, the city of Orlando, Florida became the latest city to be hit by murderous Islamic jihad. In the worst mass shooting in United States history, a lone jihadist wielding an assault rifle and a pistol slaughtered 50 people and injured 53 others. The jihadist was… Read more »

"Against ALL enemies; foreign and domestic."

“Against ALL enemies; foreign and domestic.”

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Once a Marine.… A Marine veteran who served in Afghanistan is being hailed as a hero for helping scores of people escape from an Orlando nightclub targeted by a terrorist. When Imran Yousuf, a bouncer at the Pulse nightclub, heard the gunfire break out early Sunday morning, he told CBS News that recognized it immediately…. Read more »


An Open Letter To Gays

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To my gay friends; I know, you think I don’t have gay friends, but I have many customers who are gay and I often spend hours talking to them, while I am working, like I do with my straight customers. However, this post is for all the gay people, not just those who own horses…. Read more »

Idiot Meme of the Day

Idiot Meme of the Day

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Source: Occupy Democrats. News flash: Firearms and assault weapons are also banned from being brought on board planes. By the logic of guns committing the crime, would liberals then see a rationale in blaming alcohol for causing rapes? I hate stupid memes. I personally feel a lot of these bans are an over-reaction response, anyway…. Read more »

GITMO as recruiting ground?  No.  They're just not that into you.

GITMO as recruiting ground? No. They’re just not that into you.

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Guantanamo- the least worst option, during a time of “a new kind” of war. It’s been much maligned- some criticism I feel does have merit and consideration; much does not. If it’s become any kind of propaganda bonanza for our enemies, it’s only because of the hysteria and hyperventilation and the mythic distortions and outright… Read more »

Why isn't the left afraid of inciting more violence with their anti-gun owner hate speech?

Why isn’t the left afraid of inciting more violence with their anti-gun owner hate speech?

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  Did you ever notice that pretty much everything is a recruitment tool for ISIS? Ever notice that disagreeing with Obama on anything helps ISIS? Ever notice that pretty much anything can radicalize some people? Gitmo is a recruiting tool for ISIS Barack Obama says Republicans rejecting Syrians are ‘potent’ ISIS recruiting tool GOP rhetoric… Read more »

Inelegant, but not inaccurate

Inelegant, but not inaccurate

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  I dislike Donald Trump, but I am starting to really hate the media. This morning on the Today show NBC News reporter Kristen Welker spoke of Donald Trump and his plan: “banning Muslims from entering the US” she said. Over at the New Republic Brian Beutler adds Trump’s plan to prohibit Muslim immigration into… Read more »


If you see something and say something, you’re an Islamophobe- UPDATED

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  Remember this PSA? It was called “If you see something, say something.” Here’s Connecticut’s version: People did see something in San Bernardino. A man who has been working in the area said he noticed a half-dozen Middle Eastern men in the area in recent weeks… snip “We sat around lunch thinking, ‘What were they… Read more »