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  1. #1 Was It Something We Said? 
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    Just about a month ago we were in the Visitor Center in our nationís capital hosting a public forum on domestic terrorism, Islamic radicalism, and the threat of shariah law within the United States. The Heritage Foundation, the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, and the Westminster Institute co-sponsored the event with our radio station WMAL and helped assemble a distinguished panel of foreign policy, military, and legal scholars.

    With the ongoing upheaval in the Middle East and the forthcoming Congressional hearings scheduled by Homeland Security Committee Chair Peter King on the extremely controversial subject of radicalization within the American Muslim community, the meeting could not have been better timed. Not surprisingly, the auditorium was filled with listeners to our morning radio show, The Grandy Group, who had been following our regular reports on Islamic extremism for the last several months.

    The hour and a half panel discussion was lively and informative and was over much too soon for the audience who left the theater wanting more. We adjourned the meeting with the strong sense that we had struck a nerve in the public conscience. The cumulative effect of the Fort Hood massacre, the Christmas Day and Time Square bomb attempts, and the efforts to erect a huge Islamic Center at Ground Zero in Manhattan had left many Americans feeling insecure in their own country and mistrustful of their public officials.

    The attorney general of the United States had refused to acknowledge any connection between the murderous actions of Major Nidal Hasan and calls for violent jihad preached by radical imams over the internet and in mosques throughout the United States. The director of national intelligence had demonstrated his own lack of it by testifying that the Muslim Brotherhood was a ďsecular organization,Ē a statement he later recanted. And the slings and arrows of Islamaphobia were already targeting Congressman King, who had yet to call his first witness. Our audience was clearly fed up with political correctness and nostrums of multiculturalism. They wanted an open and uncensored discussion on the spread of Islamic extremism and we pledged to give it to them.

    Two weeks later we were off the air.

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    Yet organizations such as CAIR and the Muslim Public Affairs Council, which is behind the LA resolution, are manipulating that trust and creating a bogus indictment of prejudice and bigotry that is undermining law enforcement, our media, educational institutions, and political debate both at home and abroad. Whether it is Peter King, a professional broadcaster, or a concerned group of citizens, it is time to ask why and not stop until we get an answer.
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    In Memory Of My Friend 1st Sgt. Tim Millsap A Co, 70th Eng. Bn. 3rd Bde 1st AD...K.I.A. 25 April 2005

    Liberalism Is The Philosophy Of The Stupid

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    The libs/dems of today are the Quislings of former years. The cowards who would vote a fraud into office in exchange for handouts from the devil.
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    CAIR is a Muslim Brotherhood front. We need to start applying RICO to these groups and expose their mission.

    The pattern of Muslim conquest has two basic scenarios, either infiltration followed by conquest, or outright conquest. Mohammed used both. His relocation to Medina was as a refugee, allegedly, but he expanded his power and began to make demands of the locals until he was powerful enough to conquer the surrounding tribes. CAIR is part of the infiltration mode. The Muslim Brotherhood has stated this in their internal documents and public pronouncements. They are not shy about overthrowing the Constitution in favor of Sharia Law. This is sedition, which is still a crime.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Odysseus View Post
    CAIR is a Muslim Brotherhood front. We need to start applying RICO to these groups and expose their mission.

    The pattern of Muslim conquest has two basic scenarios, either infiltration followed by conquest, or outright conquest. Mohammed used both. His relocation to Medina was as a refugee, allegedly, but he expanded his power and began to make demands of the locals until he was powerful enough to conquer the surrounding tribes. CAIR is part of the infiltration mode. The Muslim Brotherhood has stated this in their internal documents and public pronouncements. They are not shy about overthrowing the Constitution in favor of Sharia Law. This is sedition, which is still a crime.
    Common now MAJ (P). We live in O Blah Blah land. It is only
    against the law if O Blah Blah and Holder say it is. We are ruled by fiat, not written law.
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