Source: Todd Starnes, by Todd Starnes, July 4, 2020 As many as 200 heavily armed Blacks dressed in military-style uniforms swarmed Stone Mountain Park in Georgia on Independence Day. “Black power,” they chanted. “Black power.” Police told television station WXIA that the northern and western entrances to the park were...
Source: Jerusalem Post, BY LAHAV HARKOV,  MARCH 28, 2018 Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon exercised his rarely used authority to fast-track the process. The red tape that could have delayed the opening of the US Embassy in Jerusalem was cut on Tuesday, when the National Planning and Construction Council authorized plans to build a wall...
Private colleges are in financial straits, induced by their own progressive policies.…Private colleges are in serious financial trouble.  According to Bloomberg, they may have to merge with others or close their doors.  The seeds planted by the “homeless, tempest-tossed” academics from Frankfurt, Germany, 84 years ago, are now...
Source: The Federalist, By Megan G. Oprea, NOVEMBER 17, 2016 People are increasingly worried that as America’s Muslim population grows, so will the Left’s restrictions on what can and can’t be said about Islam. In the wake of an increasing number of terrorist attacks in the West, many have worried what effect Muslim migrants and...
Source: Clarion Project, BY RYAN MAURO, August 2, 2017  The Qatari government, finally feeling the heat for its sponsorship of Islamist terrorism and extremism, is deploying an army of lobbyists to move U.S. policy to its side (and, therefore, the Muslim Brotherhood’s side). The recent hires include a firm with strong ties to...
Source: Dr. Rich Swier, August 30, 2017 James Q. Wilson and George Kelling in 1982 wrote in The Atlantic an article titled “Broken Windows.” Wilson and Kelling introduced the Broken Windows Theory (BWT) which used broken windows as a metaphor for disorder within neighborhoods. The theory links disorder and incivility within a communityto subsequent occurrences...
Source: Investigative Project, by Yaakov Lappin , Special to IPT News July 2, 2019 An Iranian network of terrorist cells is spread out around the world, ready for activation at any time as tensions in the Persian Gulf remain high. Threats by the Islamic...
Source: Zero Hedge, By Tyler Durden, March 9, 2022 On March 8, while President Joe Biden announced a ban on Russian oil and gas imports, regular gasoline at one BP gas station on Chicago’s South Side was nearly $5 a gallon. “$25 is only giving you half a tank,” Dacia, a customer who...