Monthly Archives: January 2017

Muslim woman investigates groups behind “Women’s march,” finds Soros everywhere

The truth in this post is sad.
I suspect a good number of women who marched yesterday did it for a good reason, but I doubt they realize who all the backers are, for instance: Soros and cair. And do many of those women even know who soros and cair is?
I doubt it.
I like it that a muslim woman did this research.
She evidently still calls herself a muslim, which puts her right smack in the middle of the non-religion of islam.
Does she believe in and agree with the brutal aspects of islam? When TSHTF (and it very likely will–look at 1400 years of butchering people who would not submit) so, will she stand with the infidels (the kafir) or will she go to the side of her muslim brothers? If she doesn’t it’s a death sentence.
islam will never be reformed, lady, if you want to be taken seriously by people (like me) then leave the so-called religion.
Sorry, Ann Corcoran, if you must remove my comment here, then you must.

Refugee Resettlement Watch

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When I saw the headline for this story pass by yesterday, I said to myself, so what else is new. We have been writing about Soros for years (see here) especially as it relates to his one-world goal of erasing borders and flooding first world countries with impoverished migrants.

His role in helping open the flood gates in Europe is well documented.

But, this morning, thanks to Judy, I read the article by a Muslim woman, published in, of all places, the New York Times.

You should read it! See what one diligent investigator can do!

Entitled: ‘Billionaire George Soros has ties to more than 50 ‘partners’ of the Women’s March on Washington.’

In the pre-dawn darkness of today’s presidential inauguration day, I faced a choice, as a lifelong liberal feminist who voted for Donald Trump for president: lace up my pink Nike sneakers to…

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Twin Falls, Idaho: Former Idaho Chief Justice calls out Breitbart and World Net Daily for their refugee coverage

Refugee Resettlement Watch

jim-jones-2017-01-13-at-5-32-01-pmCalls those two national news outlets “outsiders,” and likens refugees from the Middle East to the South Vietnamese we took in decades ago. (OMG!)

He also says we broke Iraq (the whole Middle East), so those refugees are our responsibility too. Forever?

Let me be clear, we did not break Somalia, we did not break Syria, we did not break the DR Congo, and we did not break Burma or Bhutan either, so why are those refugees our responsibility? 

They are coming to America because the UN tells us what to do, and we do it!

Here is a portion of his press release from yesterday.  And you can read more about him at the Idaho Statesmanhere.


The news release continues, click here.


We have an extensive archive on Idaho here, including many posts from World Net Daily and Breitbart, two leading publications reporting on…

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Being a Mother to a sexually assaulted child

I cannot even begin to comprehend a child going through this, so young, but there are no age limits for this type of abuse. I feel so for the mother too, and her courage.

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Being the mother of a sexually assaulted child was not some thing I had ever planned for. I felt so alone and out of my depth every day with her. The issues I had anticipated were not issues at all and so many more came into play which I had not thought of. How was I going to cope, I had no friends who had ever been through this, no special groups to join ,no daily advice. All I could do was research and try different strategies and speak to my psychologist and hers. I had never felt so out of control ,and treading water in the deep as I did now. So many aspects of her demeanor and personality had shifted and felt I didn’t even know my own daughter any more, or how the hell to help her. When I wasn’t emotion coaching her through a major tantrum…

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The 2017 Book Riot Read Harder Challenge

Quite a challenge.
I can read a book in a few days, even less time if it’s a page-turner, but 24 in one year? Not with all my other challenges.
…are those snowflakes falling…? Kinda cool.

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rhc_cover_pinterestHappy New Year! It’s that time again when we make all our bookish resolutions, to read more, to read well, and to read those books we’ve always meant to read but never had the time. If you fancy a reading challenge, this is the third year of the annual Book Riot challenge; the aim is to read 24 books in a year, i.e. 2 per month, categorised under different themes. There’s a GoodReads reading group to find friends to keep you on track and you can download a pdf of the goals on their site. 

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