It’s Time to Indict CAIR-Texas

On last night’s program, I asked James Bretney what it would take for someone with the legal acumen to finally arrest, indict, try, convict, and imprison members and the leadership of CAIR. James Bretney is the latest target of CAIR’s scorn, being a teacher in Houston and exercising his right…

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“I don’t need policemen…”

Last night I was in a rather spirited exchange with someone who made the comment, “I don’t need policemen; I need firemen to put out fires, not start them.” The exchange was made in the context of sports officials ejecting coaches, when the coach feels the need to show up…

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Robert Spencer on KCAP

You are cordially invited to join me (Paul Derengowski) on Sunday evening, February 26 at 9:00 p.m. CT, as I interview one of the world’s foremost experts on the subject of Islam, Mr. Robert Spencer of Jihad Watch.

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Je ne suis pas Charlie Hebdo

It is has been two years since the French offices at magazine publisher Charlie Hebdo was attacked by two Islamic terrorists, killing 12 people. “Je suis Charlie” (“I am Charlie”) was the chant shortly afterward, as thousands of people stood in symbolic solidarity with the “rag that has nothing to…

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Racism America

When I was growing up in a small town in Eastern Colorado, I had no idea what racism meant. Oh, it was not as if we did not read and learn about the Civil War and the story about black men being enslaved by white men, and Martin Luther King…

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