Pure Evil

Members of ISIS continue to share their beautiful and vibrant culture with the world…

ISIS has executed 250 women in Mosul for refusing to become sex slaves under the group’s ‘sexual jihad’.

The victims had all been ordered to accept ‘temporary marriages’ to fighters in the terror group’s northern Iraq stronghold.

But when they […]

Sorry, Not Sorry

Andrew Klavan is awesome. If I ever became president, this would pretty much sum up my foreign policy.

By Their Hairdos Ye Shall Know Them

A series of YouTube videos titled “100 Years of Beauty” shows the evolution of a country’s fashions over the last century in about a minute each. It’s a fascinating window into each nation’s history, and Iran’s is particularly illuminating. Note the sudden change after the 1970s:

You can see more videos in the series […]

Onward, Christian Soldiers

Syrian soldiers being blessed before going into battle against ISIS. God bless those in other countries fighting against tyranny and genocide, even if our media and politicians like to pretend they don’t exist.

Liberal Morality Summarized in Two Tweets

Liberals like to excuse horrific acts like terrorism by claiming that there is no real good or evil, but in fact they do believe in good and evil. They just define those terms a little differently than the rest of us. For an illustration of this, check out these two tweets by far-left activist Jonathan […]

Immoral Relativism

“Child Bride: Through the Looking Glass” by Sharooq Amin

Influential (and cultural relativist) early 20th century anthropologist Ruth Benedict once wrote:

“Mankind has always preferred to say, ‘It is morally good,’ rather than “It is habitual,’ and the fact of this preference is matter enough for a critical science of ethics. But historically the […]

“Priorities”

First-world feminism in a nutshell.

Monday Open Thread

I was going to put up a transcript of last night’s soaring Presidential speech but instead decided to put this 1,000 word summary of President Obama’s views on the recent episode of workplace violence in San Bernardino, California.

The Enemy At The Gates

Not gonna lie, I got chills off this one.

Missing Christians

Whatever your views of the brouhaha over Syrian refugees (and many of them are refugees — which colors the debate over, but does not resolve the issues involved with whether or not to take them in) there is no doubt that the group is mostly Muslim even though Syria’s total population was 10% Christian […]