Monthly Archives: January 2020


More on Taquiyya

Muslim Deceit and the Burden of Proof If Islam permits deceit, why should non-Muslims let their guard down? January 21, 2020 Raymond Ibrahim Raymond Ibrahim, author most recently of Sword and Scimitar, is a Shillman Fellow at the David Horowitz Freedom Center. In his recent defense of the Islamic doctrine of taqiyya (dismantled here), Usama Hasan, of the UK think tank Quilliam, made the following admission: It is true that hardened Islamist terrorists, such as the Al-Qaeda & ISIS supporter Usman Khan who murdered two people at Fishmongers’ Hall [after pretending to have been “rehabilitated”], do misuse the principle of […]


Screwing Californians, a new con-game 1

An Update on What you need to know about Community Choice Aggregate (CCA) By James E. Horn President Ronald Reagan once said that the most terrifying thing we can hear is: “I’m from the guvmint and I’m here to help you. Consumers must be beware A phony offering or promises (with abundant sweet talk, fuzzy math, and vague promises) to bring reduced electric bills – Community Choice Aggregates – is sponsored by an entity commonly known as a Regional Council of Governments (RCOG) or something similarly named depending on the community A Regional Council of Governments (RCOG) derives from or […]


Terrorists

Why was the terrorist general, Suleimani in Baghdad? Was he there for dinner, drinks, laughs and to tour the sights? President Trump has stated that Suleimani was there to plan something against Americans and American assets. Assuredly it was not about planting IEDs. He was there to plan something both audacious and spectacular. If President Trump was more specific, he might give away intelligence sources. No longer a part of government, I am allowed to speculate based on my long years of personal experience in the Middle East and now at home observing Iran using publicly available information. Suleimani had […]