The Other McCain

"One should either write ruthlessly what one believes to be the truth, or else shut up." — Arthur Koestler

Kinder, Küche, Kirche

Perhaps I should leave this one to Smitty — Frau Smitty ist Deutsch — but our gallant hero is probably too busy saving the world from Taliban terrorists to notice that the New York Times has decided that Germany is insufficiently feminist: [W]hen it comes to empowering women, no Teutonic drive or deference seems to work […]

Germany Thwarts Terror Plot

Eric Dondero at Libertarian Republican reports: Early Friday morning Federal Criminal Police Office (BKA)in Dusseldorf and Bochum arrested three young men who had allegedly planned an attack with homemade bombs. They are attributed to the terrorist organization al-Qaida. An attack had been imminent… CNN has more. Speaking of Germany and the Religion of Peace™, you […]

STUNNING VIDEO: German Woman Confronts Radical Muslims: ‘Never Again! I Am Ashamed! … Rise Up, Germany!’

Eric Dondero obtained and translated this video from Frankfurt, Germany, in which a woman encountered a group of Muslim men who were evidently engaged in hateful anti-Jewish rhetoric. She decided she had to speak out: “Never again! Never again! I am ashamed that he is allowed to speak here. I feel ashamed! I am German, […]

Jews Attacked in Germany

The Religion of Peace: Arab youths threw stones at a Jewish dance group during a street festival in Hannover, injuring one dancer and forcing the group to cancel its performance, German police and dance officials said Thursday. The teenagers also used a megaphone to shout anti-Semitic slurs during the attack Saturday, Hannover police spokesman Thorsten […]

Obama to Europe: ‘Double-Dip,’ Anyone?

The headline is “Obama Urges Europe Not to Drop Stimulus Measures Yet,” but to understand what the president is actually trying to say, you have to read this New York Times story very carefully: President Obama signaled on Friday that countries in Europe should not withdraw their extraordinary spending programs too quickly. In a public […]

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