Category Archives: Eurasia

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PI: Special Operations Command Central Multi-Method Assessment of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant

Special Operations Command Central Multi-Method Assessment of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant Public Intelligence, March 8, 2015 The following multi-method assessment of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) was commissioned in the summer of … Continue reading

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Totten: The Truth About “American Sniper”

The Truth About American Sniper Chris Kyle wasn’t a savage; he killed savages. by Michael J. Totten, 30 January 2015, City Journal Photo by Chris Kyle (Facebook) Clint Eastwood’s new film, American Sniper, is a blisteringly accurate portrayal of the … Continue reading

The 4th Annual Free Thinking Film Festival 2013

Discuss.

[H/T SDA]

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In the Eleventh Hour of the Eleventh Day of the Eleventh Month in a New Millennium – We Will Remember Them.

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” We will remember them.” Lt. Col. Dr. John McCrae, Guelph, Canada. Died January 28, 1918, while in active service in Boulogne-Sur-Mer, France.

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Turley: Shut up and play nice

Shut up and play nice: How the Western world is limiting free speech By Jonathan Turley, October 12, 2012, Washington Post Free speech is dying in the Western world. While most people still enjoy considerable freedom of expression, this right, once … Continue reading

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The coming war between western civilization and Islam.

By Stephen D’Allotte, EdTimes staff. With the fuss over the little film on YouTube denigrating the Prophet of Islam being used as an excuse to escalate, Muslim radicals and Imams (who, in my view, are synonymous with radical Islam), continue … Continue reading

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Curtis: Should we have the right to disobey Islamic law?

Should we have the right to disobey Islamic law? Laura Curtis, September 19, 2012 Should we have the right to disobey Islamic law? The future of western civilization hinges on our response to this question. Right now people are suggesting … Continue reading