I wish I was tech-savvy and knew how to design a Bull S*** meter for stories like this one. Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR)/Muslim Brotherhood activist to speak in Huron, South Dakota on Sunday (April 15th) to assure all of you that there is nothing to fear from migration of Muslim political activists to … Continue reading South Dakota: Meet Taneeza Islam, your friendly Muslim (activist) next door!
You haven’t seen it on cable news, or on the pages of the Washington Post or the New York Times, but last weekend brazen domestic terrorists working on behalf of Islamists shut down speaking events they disapproved of in Minnesota and Wisconsin. This extremist tactic of intimidating speaking venues, such as hotels, isn’t new, but … Continue reading Antifa, CAIR and the Southern Poverty Law Center work together to silence speech
A bill being discussed in the South Dakota legislature today represents a rare case where a legislator is willing to stare down the US State Department with a demand that those who live in the state have a right to say “NO” about who is resettled in the state as their tax dollars are gobbled … Continue reading Only a few states where anyone is willing to stand up to Washington, South Dakota is one
It is bad, but I’m not sure it is the worst threat to free speech. In fact, if you aren’t a Twitter user you might not know what all the fuss is about. If anyone asked me, I would say the worst threat is the kind of silencing that people like South Dakota’s Taneeza Islam use … Continue reading Media Research Center Prez: "Shadow-banning most sinister threat to free speech in history"
“Refugee resettlements and interfaith dialogue is a part of a war.” (State Senator Neal Tapio) If you missed it, please visit my previous post on South Dakota, here. Update January 12th: See what happened at the ‘Interfaith’ rally, here. Also, see this incredible research on Taneeza Islam, here. In preparation for reading this you might … Continue reading US News and World Report takes notice of South Dakota refugee controversy