Monthly Archives: April 2019

Mick Hartley: Clueless intersectional feminists

More on the by-now familiar story of Western feminists more interested in displaying their anti-imperialist credentials than acknowledging the genuine oppression of women in the Islamic world. In Quillette, Omayma Mohamed, who renounced Islam at the age of 21, tells … Continue reading

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Who Are You Calling Privileged? Largest Mass Lynching – 11 Italian Legal Immigrants

I am reminded of this in a WSJ article I saw today about a lynching of Italian immigrants in New Orleans in 1891 New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell will officially apologize Friday for the largest mass lynching in U.S. history. On March … Continue reading

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How to Make 29 Handmade Pasta Shapes With 4 Types of Dough 

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Trump Jr. rips New York Times over ‘flagrant anti-Semitism’ in cartoon | Remember When The NYT Said Trump Was Anti-Semitic, Now He’s a Nasty Jew

The Times’ opinion section apologized on Saturday for the cartoon, which depicted President Trump wearing a yarmulke and walking a portrayal of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as a dog on a leash. Source: Trump Jr. rips New York Times over … Continue reading

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Hold Up a Light | Wonderful

Mark Owen with the children of Grasmere Primary School in Stoke Newington, raising money for The Salisbury Hospice Charity. Download on iTunes. Stream. Source: Mick Hartley: Hold Up a Light

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Kate Smith Introduces God Bless America | Now Forbidden by Yankees 

The New York Yankees and the Philadelphia Flyers both recently announced they would stop using their traditional recorded versions of Kate Smith singing “God Bless America” during games. In a particularly totalitarian touch, the Flyers removed a statue of Smith … Continue reading

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“There is no substitute for how the industrial economy runs today.” Bill Gates Slams Unreliable Wind and Solar Energy

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Trump: ‘Faith and Family, Not Government and Bureaucracy, Are the Center of American Life’

Americans worship God, not government, President Donald Trump said Friday in an address to the National Rifle Association (NRA). In his speech, Trump declared that “faith and family” constitute the foundation of life in America: “We know that faith and … Continue reading

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How to Detect a Hidden Camera Using Android Phones

If you suspect you’re being watched via a hidden camera somewhere in your house or private space, your Android phone is a useful tool for detecting certain types of surveillance equipment. Although not full-proof, it’s possible to use your Android phone’s … Continue reading

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A Tale of Two Shities: Portland and San Franciso – It’s Not An Addiction If It’s Art

And meanwhile, in Portland’s sister shitty to the south, San Francisco, the shit has risen so high that the poo map is full and growing a darker brown by the day. Result? SF is morphing from shithole city of the … Continue reading

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