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Pope Francis was in Poland, where he lectured the country’s “More Catholic Than the Pope” government that they need to take in “refugees” from the Middle East. Pope Francis says there is no such thing as Islamic terrorism and so no need to worry about that. A Hungarian archbishop, on the other hand, has a […]

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The Center for Immigration Studies has concluded that, for the cost of relocating one Syrian refugee to the United States, twelve of them could be supported in the Middle East. That’s very interesting. For the entire blog enty, click here. Blog entry published December 19th, 2015, on VDARE.COM. generic viagra online pharmacy buy viagra online […]

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Should the United States take in tens and even hundreds of thousands of Syrian refugees? In  the media, the moral high ground is being claimed by various bring-in-the-refugees boosters, who lately have been using religious and patriotic angles to shame Middle America into accepting more and more Muslims in their midst.  Are they right? Is […]

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Allan on September 29th, 2015

In a tragic attack in western Egypt, on September 13th, 2015, a group of Mexican tourists  and their guides  was attacked by Egyptian security forces, leaving 12 dead and ten wounded. For the entire article, click here. Article by Allan Wall, published on September 28th, 2015, on Mexidata.info. best place to buy viagra online buy […]

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Allan on February 22nd, 2015

The Daily Telegraph is reporting on three  teenage  “London Schoolgirls” who have run away to join the Islamic State. Shocking?   Or is it? As you may have guessed, if you’re already familiar with this sort of thing, these are not “London Schoolgirls” with traditional English names.  And this is not the first time this has occurred. For […]

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Allan on December 27th, 2014

In 2005, I was deployed to Iraq with the Texas Army National Guard, 36th Infantry Division. Our unit was sent to Iraq two years after the initial invasion. In 2005, the American and coalition troops deployed there were engaged in various aspects of what could be described as occupation duty. Iraq had plenty of violence […]

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Allan on June 19th, 2014

It looks like Iraq is breaking up.   Either Iraq breaks up, or it takes a lot of force to keep it together. I served a tour of duty in Iraq in 2005, with the Texas Army National Guard.  I befriended some Iraqis over there.   How are  they are doing now? The Iraq situation […]

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