Monday, May 11, 2015

Larwyn's Linx: It Takes a Good Guy with a Gun to Defend Freedom of Speech

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It Takes a Good Guy with a Gun to Defend Freedom of Speech: Daniel Greenfield
White Democratic party declares war on Black Democratic party.: Moe Lane
President from Hell: Obama Golfs V-E Day Memorials and Funerals Away: Sara Noble

Election Coming: Nobody Knows Anything: Richard Dreyfuss
Who’da Thunk It? ‘Diverse’ Cities Are Most Segregated: Michael Walsh
Sharpton's Progressivism is authoritarian nationalism: David S. D'Amato

The Last Temptation Of The New York Times: Derek Hunter
My moment of candor this Friday: Erick Erickson
Detroit Reporter Tells Truth About Mich. Muslims: Forced to Apologize: Rick Moran

Know Your Enemy: The Shape of Antigun Astroturf, May 2015: WeaponsMan
Armed Citizen Saves Officer Under Attack In Oklahoma City: Bob Owens
Conspiracy Theory as a Personality Disorder?: Kerry R. Bolton


UAW fails (for now) to strip VW employees of secret-ballot election: LUR
Cities On Fire: NoisyRm
Athens desperate for positive news from Europe: Insider

Scandal Central

Garland ISIS Terrorists Worshiped At Radical Islamic Mosque: IBD
Cartoon Terrorist’s Mosque also had Jihadist Who Plotted to Bomb Illinois Mall: Daniel Greenfield
Report: Obama lied about bin Laden raid: Mark Hensch

Climate & Energy

Hollywood elite not terribly interested in conserving water during drought: Jazz Shaw
States pre-emptively block EPA power plant regulation: Geof Koss
Did You Buy Flowers For Mother Day? Well, That’s Bad For “Climate Change”: Cove


Mark Halperin’s ‘Nauseating’ Interview of Ted Cruz: Rick Moran
‘Say something in Spanish’: Mark Halperin interviews Ted Cruz, expects Ricky Ricardo: Babalu
Conservatives Trend #HalperinQuestions on Twitter to Shame Mark Halperin’s Cuban Inquisition: Sooper

Salon Shocker: 'The Left Has Islam All Wrong': Mark Tapson
Worth Reading Carefully: R.S. McCain
Draw Mohammed: Erick Erickson


IDF Commander: Hamas Transformed the Gazan Civilian Sector Into War Zone: Algemeiner
Germany: Jihad bomb plot thwarted; plotter had urged mosque attendance: Robert Spencer
In blow to Obama, Saudi king and other leaders to skip Gulf summit: Times of Israel

Sci-Tech (courtesy BadBlue Tech News)

3 Things Your About Page Must Do: Bernadette Jiwa
Large sunspot group AR 2339: EarthSky
What is a Pyramid doing in the Heart of Rome?: Ancient Origins


Romance Novel Covers Recreated by Real People: Geek X Girls
Because Some Black Lives Matter More Than Others: MOTUS
Obama Honors Gray and Brown, Ignores Slain White Officer: Breitbart

Image: Tony Rodham’s Ties Invite Scrutiny for Hillary and Bill Clinton
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QOTD: "I said at the outset that I think a bad deal almost guarantees war and here’s why. Because the state of Israel, such an important allay to the United States, they are not thousands of miles away from Iran ... Put yourself in their position for a moment. The small country with a small population, nine miles wide at its narrowest point, with a neighbor to the north that openly and repeatedly says it wants to destroy you and on the verge of acquiring a nuclear capability. And Israel feels like their very existence is being threatened, and faced with that, Israel may very well take military action on their own to protect themselves.

I think a bad deal exponentially increases the likelihood of that happening. I also think you look at the other nations of the region, because Iran is a Shia country, a Shia-Persian country, but its Sunni-Arab neighbors aren’t big fans of the Shia branch of Islam.

… So for example, Saudi Arabia, an incredibly wealthy country, they have already said, ‘Whatever Iran gets, we’re going to get. If Iran gets the right to enrich and reprocess, we will enrich and reprocess. If Iran builds a weapon, we will build a weapon.’ And so it creates the very real specter that we’re going to have an arms race, a nuclear arms race, in the Middle East. You’re talking about a region of the world that has been unstable for 3,800 years.

You talk about a region of the world that could have a nuclear arms race, one of the most unstable regions on the planet. And so I hope we’re going to get a good deal. I’m not hopeful that we will, but I think we’re better off if we have this process in place. And so I hope this bill passes here today so at least we’ll have a chance to weigh in on an issue of critical importance." --Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL)

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