'Juden Tottenham': Soccer fans shouted anti-semitic chants before Tottenham fan was stabbed in Rome

During the game against Tottenham, who have a large Jewish following, Lazio fans chanted ‘Juden Tottenham’ and unfurled a ‘Free Palestine’ banner. The full size photo is at The Daily Mail.


Paul Milligan The Daily Mail [UK] 24 November 2012

The Italian FA has confirmed the vicious attack on Tottenham fans in […]

‘The Obama You Don’t Know’

Mark Tapscott, Executive Editor The Washington Examiner 9/19/2012


Few if any of his predecessors took the oath of office with higher public hopes for his success than President Obama on Jan. 20, 2009.

Millions of Americans hailed his election as an end to partisanship, a renewal of the spirit of compromise and a reinvigoration […]

Shame on the nation: American Hero Michael Behenna Loses Final Appeal

Pamela Geller Atlas Shrugs 7/6/2012

There is something horribly wrong in America when a soldier is jailed for killing the enemy. The criminalization of our heroes is the liberal wet dream and the goal of the enemy, Islamic supremacists. Indeed, they make common cause of their hatred of the good.

Lt. Behenna shot a […]

Did You Know A Foreign Company Has Acquired the Leading U.S. Vote Processing Company?

nicedeb 4/7/2012

A Spanish Company, SCYTL, has acquired SOE, the leading vote processing company in the United States. This means votes will now be transferred to a central server overseas, where they will be counted, rather than being counted at the local precinct level.

This news was reported on the Market Watch website, back in […]

Unbelievable?! Newt loves FDR, models himself after Woodrow Wilson and admires SEIU’s Andy Stern

Glenn Beck 12/13/2011

It’s not as if Newt couldn’t have known his past comments were going to eventually be called into question. He’s capably navigated his way through his big government tendencies so far and miraculously still has solid support in the Tea Party. Will the latest damaging clip have any impact? Gingrich is caught […]

Tunisia: Birthplace of the Arab Spring fears Islamist insurgence

The uprisings that swept North Africa and the Middle East began in Tunisia. But, as Andrew Gilligan finds out, the country is still searching for its happy ending.

Andrew Gilligan Telegraph [UK] 28 May 2011

At the Cannes Film Festival this month, Nouri Bouzid, the celebrated director and opponent of Islamist extremism, received the Legion […]