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The Palestinians have proven that terrorism pays. The Iranians have proven it. Hamas has proven it.
They’re getting better at killing us. We’d better get better at killing them.
Dennis talks to Eric Metaxas, best selling author, friend and talk show host. He’s leading a new effort to promote patriotism. He wants young people to memorize “Paul Revere’s Ride” by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. For more info go here. Eric presented a PragerU video about this poem and why it’s so important earlier this year: “Who Is Paul Revere and Why Should You Care?” See it here.
If you want to understand the NY Times, their Leftism, their antipathy to anything Trump, and their naive view of the Middle East, read this new editorial. Note that they refer to Putin’s as “Trump’s friend” (gratuitous hatred)and the re-elected leader of Iran (there was no election in any true sense) as a moderate. That’s the NY Times.
Carol Swain, professor of Political Science and Law at Vanderbilt University, knows the real history of the Democratic Party and its relationship to Black America. She spells it out in the latest video from Prager University. See it here and then send it on to friends and family.
99% of of the NYT coverage suggests that it is a crime, so it’s nice to see one piece with some common sense. The writer is clearly not a conservative.
Dana Perino, former White House Press Secretary and co-host of “The Five” on Fox News delivers PragerU’s 2017 Commencement Address. Her title is “What Is the Quarter Life Crisis?” and unlike most commencement addresses it actually contains some useful, practical advice for new graduates. See it here.
You can see it here.
This what multi-culturalism leads to in Western Europe — contempt for Western values.
That’s called “cultural appropriation.” The lunatics have taken over the asylum — example #321.
Administration caves to all their racist demands. So guess what happens next? They make more demands.
Ben Shapiro offers some very sage advice to college students: facts don’t care about your feelings. The PC ravings that seem so important in college mean nothing in the real world. See the video here and then send it on to anyone who needs a dose of reality.
You will never hear more eloquent arguments than these. How did this get in the NY Times?
First ever. Because race, gender and class are all that matter.