Tag: Syrian Refugees

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The Bookworm Beat 9/21/16 — the “I’m mad as Hell” evening edition and open thread

I can’t say too much lest I breach Little Bookworm’s privacy, but suffice it to say that, after only two weeks at her Obscenely Expensive Liberal Arts College, she has already taken a giant step in the direction of moronic, damaging Leftism. I have refrained from berating her because that

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The Bookworm Beat 9/8/16 — the “my dog is crazy” edition and open thread

The older of my two dogs is very high-strung and she got so frightened by the wind that carried the fog in tonight that I’ve had to sequester her and me in my home office so that Mr. Bookworm, who needs to get up for work tomorrow, can sleep. She shows no

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The Bookworm Beat 5/26/16 — the “day after hump day” edition

The migraine is fading, helped by a surprise three-hour nap, and my energy is returning. Yay!!! Now I can blog: Was losing good for Ted Cruz? I was really in it to win it for Ted Cruz. I continue to think he is the most principled conservative in American politics.

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On Syrian refugees: Risky until proven safe

Although the question of Muslim refugees is no longer front page news, the Left is still keeping up the relentless drumbeat that those of us who oppose unfettered Syrian and Islamic immigration into America are racist, “Islamophobic,”* and unconstitutional.  We’re told it’s wrong of us to judge the many by the

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The Bookworm Beat 12-3-15 — the mini round-up and illustrated edition

I’ve come across a few fascinating and delightful things and am tossing into this Bookworm Beat both posts and pictures: A study about Palestinian violence explains the “lone wolf” syndrome Every time Muslims commit mass murder in America, our elites in the Obama administration and the media (but I repeat

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