Category Archives: Unrest, Conflicts & War

NC NAACP tells voter ID protesters to bring photo ID to Moral March [pics]

http://twitter.com/#!/TBradleyNC/status/432153614187249664 Wait … what? http://twitter.com/#!/TBradleyNC/status/432168257374920704 First, some background: Leftist activists, including members of North Carolina NAACP, are in Raleigh, North Carolina, today for the so-called Moral March. Their mission? To screech about everything from abortion restrictions to fast-food wages. North Carolina blogger extraordinaire Sister Toldjah has a must-read Moral March primer on the Moral Monday movement and its hateful organizers. As bused-in protesters and professional agitators prepared to promote their progressive causes — including oh-so-racist voter ID requirements — the state NAACP told participants make sure to have photo […]

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Saudi Arabia’s Shifting Story About Jamal Khashoggi’s Disappearance | The Daily Show

Saudi Arabia. For years, they’ve been known as the superconservative country where women can’t drive, gay people get flogged, and thieves have their hands chopped off. Now, for the thieves, uh, they can’t say they weren’t warned. I mean, Saudi Arabia literally has a sword on their flag, so you know. Yeah. They’re owning that shit. It would be like if the NFL made its logo a sad brain. You know, you… Yeah, in a way, you kind of respect them for their honesty. But, last year, […]

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Report: Airstrikes haven’t stopped ISIS from advancing in Iraq

http://twitter.com/#!/HeyTammyBruce/status/498226066755186688 Granted there had been only two reported airstrikes on ISIS forces in Iraq at the time of the report, but Fox News conveyed this morning that ISIS actually “expanded their drive near Iraqi Kurdistan Saturday.” The Islamic militants reportedly expanded their drive near Iraqi Kurdistan Saturday despite two U.S. airstrikes aimed at mortar positions and a seven-vehicle convoy to stop the advance on Kurdish capital of Irbil. The Wall Street Journal reported that the militants appear to have their sights on connecting towns seized along the Kurdish-control territory. […]

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