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Conservatives across the American media landscape are speaking with one voice after the attacks that left scores of French civilians dead and hundreds maimed Friday: Terrorism has a religion, and it is Islam. The messaging has not been subtle. The Barbarians Are Inside, And There Are No Gates, declared author and Fox News contributor Mark Steyn.
David Ferguson Michigans conservative Tea Party Gov. Rick Snyder (R) announced that his state is halting its efforts to settle refugees from Syria. The Detroit Free Press reported that Snyder is responding to the horrifying attacks in Paris that killed more than 150 people and prompted France to declare its first nationwide state of emergency
David Ferguson A Democratic candidate for the Minnesota state house posted a controversial message to the social medium Twitter, then backtracked and then abruptly ended his campaign. According to the New York Daily News, candidate Dan Kimmel tweeted on Saturday night, ISIS isnt necessarily evil. It is made up of people doing what they think
Agence France-Presse French warplanes pounded the Islamic State (IS) groups stronghold in Syrias Raqa on Sunday, destroying a command post and a training camp, the defense ministry said. The first target destroyed was used by Daesh (another Arabic acronym for IS) as a command post, jihadist recruitment centre and arms and munitions depot. The second
David Edwards Following the recent terrorist attacks in Paris, Pastor Maury Davis of Cornerstone Nashville Church said on Sunday that there was no such thing as a good Muslim. During his weekly sermon, Davis explained that sinners were worthy of death if they practiced or approved of sins against God. These are people that said
Tom Boggioni Over 1,000 Mormons and their families rallied at a Salt Lake City park on Saturday, with hundreds formally resigning from the church over policies labeling gay members apostates, reports the Salt Lake Tribune. According to organizers, they were surprised at the overwhelming show of support when a larger than expected crowd showed up.
Reuters Donald Trump has dramatically escalated his attacks on his nearest rival for the Republican presidential nomination, Ben Carson. A new Reuters/Ipsos poll may explain why: the billionaire real estate magnate is bleeding support among avid church-goers and women to the retired neurosurgeon. While the unconstrained Trump has a comfortable double-digit lead over the soft-spoken
The Conversation When Islamic State claimed responsibility for the attacks in Paris that have killed at least 129 people, it warned that more would follow. French president, François Hollande, has in turn vowed to show no mercy in his response. This pledge is bound to have a profound effect on border controls and the treatment
David Edwards Former Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin explained that her daughter had gotten pregnant out of wedlock for the second time because God gave people second, third and fourth chances not to sin. Bristol is pregnant again, CBS correspondent Tracy Smith pointed out to Palin during a recent trip to Wasilla. That cant
Alan Yuhas, The Guardian Archaeologists and geneticists have sequenced the genome of a boy sacrificed 500 years ago during an Incan ritual in the Andes, finding a previously unidentified lineage that hints at genetic diversity before the Spanish landed in the Americas. Spanish geneticists extracted the DNA of a mummy found in the icy heights
News anchor launches support for attack victims with #sadnessinhiseyes Twitter photo of forlorn Parisian dog
Tweet by News Anchor Provides Levity Amid Tragedy
A British television news anchor has put herself in the middle of a Twitter storm while reporting from Paris on the developments following Fridays devastating attacks on the French capital. While tweeting from the streets of the city, Kay Burley of Sky News posted a photo of a forlorn-looking golden retriever with the text sadness in