Wednesday, September 5, 2018

9-5-18 Expert Guests for Your Show

1. James Hirsen: Antitrust Law Should Be Used to Break Up Big Tech Monopolies
2. Robert Spencer: Two Muslims Try to Build a Bomb Involving a Driverless Car
3. Daniel Greenfield: Nike’s New Romance with an America-hating Racist
4. Mark Tapson: Banned from Twitterstan
5. David Horowitz: Why We Need a Convention of the States

Antitrust Law Should Be Used to Break Up Big Tech Monopolies

President Trump, via his Twitter account, recently prompted a public discussion about the possibility of using antitrust law against major technology companies, due in part to a growing body of evidence that bias is being perpetrated against conservative individuals and entities by such companies. The primary rationale of antitrust enforcement is the protection of the American consumer and free market economy from unprincipled business behavior by monopolistic enterprises. [more...]

Two Muslims Try to Build a Bomb Involving a Driverless Car

“My only attempt is to find a way to carry out martyrdom operation with cars without driver.” A “martyrdom operation” is a jihad strike in which the jihadi is killed along with Infidels, in hopes of attaining the Qur’an’s promise of paradise to those who “kill and are killed” for Allah. “Two men accused of terror plot tried to make bomb involving driverless car, court told,” by Henry Clare, Independent, September 4, 2018... Read many more examples of The History of Jihad in my new bestselling book. [more...]

Nike’s New Romance with an America-hating Racist

It’s a bad time for bad sneakers. Nike sales have seen their slowest growth in seven years. It was the worst performing Dow stock of 2016. Americans don’t seem to want badly made overpriced shoes put together by slave labor. The failing company tried to turn around its poor sales by doubling down on its abrasive lefty politics. Nike’s Consumer Direct Offense was supposed to stand for reclaiming American market share, instead of directly offending consumers. But if Nike can’t sell its shoddy athletic wear, it can offend Americans. Last winter, Nike unveiled the “Pro Hijab.” Now it decided to make Colin Kaepernick, the racist black nationalist who began the trend of protesting the national anthem, into the face of its Just Do It campaign. Making millions of dollars for hating America without having to ever get out there and play is the opposite of “sacrificing everything.” It’s getting paid for doing nothing. [more...]

Banned from Twitterstan

Bosch Fawstin is an Eisner-nominated cartoonist, the creator of The Infidel series featuring his anti-jihadist superhero Pigman, and the winner of the 2015 AFDI Mohammad Cartoon Contest organized by Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer which took place in Garland, Texas. Muslim fundamentalists have issues with artistic representations of the “religion of peace's” warlord prophet, so two armed jihadists tried to disrupt that event and slaughter the participants but were killed in the attempt. Especially since then, social media attacks and death threats have become a way of life for Fawstin, whose artwork has graced many David Horowitz Freedom Center pamphlets and FrontPageMag articles. [more...]

Why We Need a Convention of the States

I present a case for a convention of the states whose purpose would be to reform our Constitution. Why are we raising this prospect of reform to the fundamental law of the land? It’s because we are in the midst of a constitutional crisis the likes of which we have not seen since the Civil War. It’s because a political left which rejects the framework of the Constitution is now in control of the Democratic Party and is pursuing an agenda that has already destroyed key pillars of our democracy and will go on to destroy its very foundations if bold measures are not taken. [more...]

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