Wednesday, September 9, 2015


TODAY, Wednesday, September 9th, on RIGHT SIDE PATRIOTS on CPR Worldwide Media from 2 to 4pm EST...Craig Andresen and Diane Sori will delve in detail into the Kim Davis debacle along with its self-perceived war on Christians, and will also discuss the muslim invasion into Europe and its ramifications for America.

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Iranian warships confront U.S. Navy on ‘daily basis’
By Robert Spencer / Jihad Watch


Iranian warships confront U.S. Navy on ‘daily basis’
Peace in our time. “Iranian Warships Confront U.S. Navy On ‘Daily Basis,’” by Adam Kredo, Washington Free Beacon, September 8, 2015: U.S. naval forces operating in and around the Strait of Hormuz, a critical shipping lane, are “routinely approached by Iranian warships and aircraft” on a “nearly daily basis,” according to a Pentagon official familiar […]
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Bishop: ‘Pope Francis Is Wrong, Muslim mass immigration to Europe is an Invasion’

Pamela Geller / Atlas Shrugs

While the genocide of Christians by Islamic supremacists unfolds in the Middle East, the Pope is shilling for their annihilationists. He has not just abandoned his flock, but betrayed them. This isn’t kindness, it’s suicide.

Pope Francis is wrong on the migrant crisis and the wave of Muslim migrants currently sweeping Europe actually represents an “invasion,” a Hungarian Bishop has said.

And the Former Archbishop of Canterbury warned against “Muslim mass immigration to Europe.”
“The frustration for those of us who have been calling for compassion for Syrian victims for many months is that the Christian community is yet again left at the bottom of the heap… Britain should make Syrian Christians a...

It appears the Iran Deal now has enough votes to secure its passage, making the following announcement bittersweet.

Senator Joe Manchin (D-WV) became the fourth Democratic senator to publicly oppose the Obama administration's nuclear agreement with Iran. He announced his decision Tuesday during a conference call with reporters:
"I could not ignore the fact that Iran, the country that will benefit most from sanctions being lifted, refuses to change its 36-year history of sponsoring terrorism. For me, this deal had to be about more than preventing Iran from acquiring a nuclear weapon for the next 10-15 years. For me, this deal had to address Iran’s terrorist actions. ... I cannot gamble our security, and that of our allies, on the hope that Iran will conduct themselves differently than it has for the last 36 years."
Manchin's decision comes after the senator held several town hall meetings throughout West Virginia, where he heard the reservations of hundreds of his constituents. Their concerns were enough to convince him that the president's deal is dangerously flawed.
"I have grave doubts that we will have unified, committed partners willing to prevent Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon."
Manchin joins Sens. Chuck Schumer (D-NY), Bob Menendez (D-NJ) and Ben Cardin (D-MD) on the growing list of Democratic senators opposed to the deal.

Yet, with Sens. Ron Wyden (D-OR), Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) and Gary Peters (D-MI) announcing their support this morning, it looks like the agreement is here to stay. With 41 senators on his side, President Obama now has enough votes to block a Republican disapproval resolution.
As the refugee crisis in Europe gets worse by the day, pressure is mounting on the United States to host those fleeing Syria and other parts of the Middle East.

But House Homeland Security Chairman Michael McCaul is urging caution here at home when it comes to dealing with the crisis, reminding lawmakers and Americans about the national security threat the situation presents to the U.S. Al Qaeda has exploited similar crises in the past and ISIS plans to do the same now.

“We’re a compassionate nation and this is a tragic situation but I also have to be concerned as Chairman of Homeland Security about the safety of Americans in this country and the concern that I have and that the FBI testified to is that we don’t really have the proper databases on these individuals to vet them passed and to assure we’re not allowing terrorists to come into this country and until I have that assurance, I cannot support a program that could potentially bring jihadists into the United States,” Chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee Michael McCaul said in an interview with Fox News Monday. “We don’t know who these people are and I think that’s the bottom line here and until we know who they are, we cannot responsibly bring them into the United States.”

"Both the Department of Homeland Security and the FBI have told me privately that they don't support bringing in Syrian refugees because of the threat they pose to Americans," McCaul continued.

Not surprisingly, McCaul hasn't heard from the White House after requesting specific details about how President Obama plans to handle the situation.

European nations like Germany have agreed to take up to 500,000 refugees per year. Meanwhile, Middle East Gulf States are refusing to take any.