Pamela Geller — America’s Churchill

Pamela Geller — America’s Churchill

When Adolf Hitler published “Mein Kampf” in 1926, he spelled out his vision for Germany’s domination of the world and annihilation of the Jews. Germany would not have lost WWI, he wrote, “if twelve or fifteen thousand of these Hebrew...
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GSP Editorial Opinion on Radical Islam

GSP Editorial Opinion on Radical Islam

Originally Broadcast on the Kevin Miller Show, 580KIDO on June 6, 2017 Just for everyone’s edification, the term “radical Islam” was coined back in 1979 by Senator Henry (Scoop) Jackson in reference to the rise of the Ayatollah Khomeini in...
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Starbucks CEO is Hypocrite of Highest Order

Starbucks CEO is Hypocrite of Highest Order

Liberals lie. Liberals are hypocrites. It used to be shocking and embarrassing. Now their lies and hypocrisy are downright dangerous to all of us. Exhibit A is Howard Schultz, CEO of Starbucks. He is a longtime liberal Democrat contributor. Starbucks...
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Could Obama Be Called ‘America’s First Muslim President’?

Could Obama Be Called ‘America’s First Muslim President’?

Remember when President Bill Clinton was called “America’s first black President”? Obviously, it wasn’t because he was black. But Clinton had an affinity for black people and his actions were beneficial to black people (or so they thoug...
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When Cultures Collide

When Cultures Collide

The Barbary Wars of the early 1800s were America’s first encounter with Islam. Barbary corsairs and crews were engaged in the capture of merchant ships off the Barbary Coast. This not only involved the capture of ships and property, but...
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Jihad Idaho: why it can happen here and how to be ready

Jihad Idaho: why it can happen here and how to be ready

September 11, 2001 was a day which mirrors December 7, 1941. An unexpected attack by an increasingly aggressive Japan caught the Pacific Fleet off-guard. The Commander, Admiral Kimmel had been responding to war warnings which were vague,and regular patrols wer...
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