Taliban Massacre Schoolgirls in Afghanistan

daddullah-damned-2.jpgI missed this last week but here is yet another report of brave warriors of Allah on Jihad massacring innocent schoolgirls. Continue reading “Taliban Massacre Schoolgirls in Afghanistan”

FIRE Protects Speech on Campus

In a strange twist of intent yesterday’s agitators for “free Speech” and “student’s rights” on campus’ across the country have become oppressors of both today. They do this through policies of non-offensiveness and Multiculturalism, but it’s all a guise as speech deemed Conservative or Libertarian is liable to be muzzled in modern universities. In America you have the right to be stupid or offensive, ala the Nazis who marched in Skokie, but you also have the right to bring up controversial topics for open and intelligent discussion — the left fears the latter more than the former.

Virginia Postrel has a post up about FIRE, The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education, that fights against Wakademic censorship. Please stop by for a read.

Lakki Marwat Gives Ultimatum to the Taliban

The Taliban have been holding hostages from Lakki Marwat in Pakistan since the feud that started when they rudely tried to force extreme shariat on a wedding party. A tribal Jirga of Elders has met, and given a deadline to the Taliban to release the hostages, and it looks like they will once again take action with or without the government.

tank-ghost-town.jpgThe Taliban have taken over the region, and the once vibrant market street of Tank is now a deserted and destroyed shell. Note that the article below paints the miscreants as “wannabe Taliban”, however leadership within the Taliban is so fractured right now that the difference between “wannabe” and real is faint if it exists at all.

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National Flag Day

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In the United States, Flag Day (more formally, National Flag Day) is celebrated on June 14. It commemorates the adoption of the flag of the United States, which happened that day by resolution of the Second Continental Congress in 1777.

In 1916, President Woodrow Wilson issued a proclamation that officially established June 14 as Flag Day; in August 1949, National Flag Day was established by an Act of Congress. — From Wikipedia