Wednesday, December 9, 2015

Calm down and think, America.
While everyone's undies are in a bunch over Donald Trump's proposal for a Muslim immigration moratorium, it is undeniable in a time of "heightened alert" -- when violent jihadists have no problem targeting their enemies here and around the world -- that national security profiling is imperative to our survival.

Yes, that means taking politically incorrect criteria such as ethnicity, nationality and religion into account when battling radical Islamist throat-slitters, suicide bombers and hijackers who incinerate children on airplanes traveling to Disneyland, plant bombs in their shoes, underwear, soda bottles and belts, and shoot up concert halls, restaurants, malls, Army bases and social services centers.

Yes, that means unapologetic government tracking of Arab and Muslim foreign students, high-risk Muslim refugees, Muslim chaplains serving in the military and in prisons, and Arab and Muslim pilots and flight students.

Yes, that means taking immigration status into account to apply increased, common-sense scrutiny of temporary visa holders from jihadist breeding grounds.

All temporary visa-holders -- foreign students, tourists, businesspeople and guest workers -- are here by privilege, not by right. Their visas can and should be revoked whenever necessary to protect national security.

1 Christian: 236 of 237 Syrian refugees admitted to US since Paris jihad murders are Muslims
By Robert Spencer / Jihad Watch


1 Christian: 236 of 237 Syrian refugees admitted to US since Paris jihad murders are Muslims
What could possibly go wrong, you racist, bigoted Islamophobe? “1 Christian: 236 of 237 Syrian Refugees Admitted Since Paris Attacks Are Muslims,” by Patrick Goodenough, CNS News, December 7, 2015:

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Since the Paris terror attacks on November 13, the State Department has admitted 237 Syrian refugees into the United States – 236 Sunni […]

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San Bernardino Jihadis Practiced for Attack a Year, Farook Discussed an Attack 3 Years Ago

Pamela Geller / Atlas Shrugs

This gives more proof to the lie that Syed Farook was “radicalized” by his wife (generally the property of Muslim men.) They prepared the attack for over a year. And Farook discussed an attack as many as three years ago.

It also shows that a lot more Muslims were aware of the Farooks intentions than we have been led to believe. Also the family’s close connection to terror-tied CAIR makes sense.
“San Bernardino Shooters Practiced for Attack a Year in Advance,” by Andrew Blankstein, Robert Windrem, Pete Williams, Richard Esposito and Hannah Rappleye, NBC News, December 8, 2015
San Bernardino terror couple Syed Rizwan Farook and Tashfeen Malik spent at least a year preparing for their terror attack, NBC News has...

Marco Rubio Quietly Undermines Affordable Care Act
A little-noticed health care provision that Senator Marco Rubio of Florida slipped into a giant spending law last year has tangled up the Obama administration, sent tremors through health insurance markets and rattled confidence in the durability of President Obama’s signature health law.
So for all the Republican talk about dismantling the Affordable Care Act, one Republican presidential hopeful has actually done something toward achieving that goal.
Mr. Rubio’s efforts against the so-called risk corridor provision of the health law has hardly risen to the forefront of the race for the Republican presidential nomination, but his plan limiting how much the government can spend to protect insurance companies against financial losses has shown the effectiveness of quiet legislative sabotage.
The risk corridors were intended to help some insurance companies if they ended up with too many new sick people on their rolls and too little cash from premiums to cover their medical bills in the first three years under the health law. But because of Mr. Rubio’s efforts, the administration says it will pay only 13 percent of what insurance companies were expecting to receive this year. The payments were supposed to help insurers cope with the risks they assumed when they decided to participate in the law’s new insurance marketplaces.