Political Correctness Must Die — or America Will

by Susan Stamper Brown

 

“Peace  begins with courageous leaders who are willing to identify and define  our enemy, and their objectives, because political correctness has no  place in our national security strategy.”Lt. Col. Allen West (Ret.),  R-FL, at CPAC 2011.

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Terrorists With Union Cards?

The American Spectator

The response of our State Department spokesman, P.J. Crowley, to the murder of two U.S. Airmen and the wounding of two others in Germany was firmly noncommittal. Crowley was unwilling to call the incident terrorism.

After all, he said, you wouldn’t call the shooter who killed federal judge John Roll, and five other people, and who seriously wounded Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords in Tucson a terrorist, would you?

According to many witnesses, the assailant in Germany yelled “Allahu Akhbar” (Arabic for “God is Great”) as he gunned down the young American servicemen, who were in uniform. The killer is a Kosovar Muslim, news reports confirm, but Crowley didn’t want to jump to any conclusions.

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