I am contacting you because of the way you present Muslims. Middle East culture is not Islam, and believe me, most American Muslims are very much like conservative Christians in thoughts and beliefs. We are very much like you, and I would like to see WND start treating Islam with the same respect they show Judaism. Thank you.
I think Mr. Farah may be ahead of his time in proposing a political realignment in the USA based on religiously defined values “My proposed political realignment”]. To bolster the point, I would argue that liberal progressivism is a de facto religion, not a secular political viewpoint. In his work “The Outline of History,” H.G. Wells said that most wars are rooted in a religious conflict. The war of ideas raging in America between liberal progressives and true conservatives is no different. Although many liberals insist they personally are n ... continue reading »
Dear Mr. Farah,
I loved your idea of reshuffling the people who support gay marriage into one party.
Twenty years ago the morals in this country would never have allowed this to happen. As a society it goes to show you how demented people in the U.S. and politicians have become. At one time Elvis was considered vulgar for his dancing and TV shows would not even show a couple in a bed. Now it’s sex in the city, wife swapping and queers on TV – and you wonder why America has declined.
As someone whose heart stopped beating in the 1990s (I don’t remember exactly when, it doesn’t seem important anymore), I am writing to protest the new photo-ID voting laws. This makes it much more difficult for those of us with no pulse to vote. For many years we have been able to continue to vote in large numbers. But now, the people assisting us have to work for at least a half an hour to prepare suitable identification for each one of us that still desires to vote. This requires too many volunteers to produce enough identification for a sufficient number of us to actually affect the outcome of an election.
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I won’t survive Obamacare. Like many people, I require treatments to stay alive and to be productive. (I’ve worked in several industries over the years.)
Obamacare would take them away. Canada and the U.K. do not have them.
May I suggest a TV commercial? “I’ll be Dead Under Obamacare.”
For those of us with easily managed but serious health problems, Obamacare will do us in or make us unproductive citizens.
Being a longtime independent, I’ve already run across the problem of a different standard for Democrats vs. everyone else in Oregon’s system of government.
I have a serious question for both Mr. Farah and Larry Klayman. Will both of you gentlemen be as willing to fight against the appointment of Sen. Marco Rubio, if Mitt Romney selects him as his vice-presidential running mate?
No one in the mainstream media, and this includes all of the talking heads and political pundits on the Fox News Channel, will report the FACT that Rubio is constitutionally ineligible to be vice president or president because he does not meet the “natural born” citizen requirement in the Constitution. Rubio’s parents were not U.S. citizens at the time of his birth; they did not become naturali ... continue reading »