Defending the Judeo-Christian Ethic, Limited Government, & the American Constitution
Saturday January 31st 2015

‘David French’

When Barbarism Is Propaganda

When Barbarism Is Propaganda

DAVID FRENCH, ACLJ The civilized world is confronting a movement that defines “victory” as the slaughter of unarmed cartoonists at work at their desks. Even worse, that movement knows that its barbarism — the very conduct that revolts us — is perhaps the jihadists’ most effective recruiting tool. Jihadist snuff films are rampant in [...]

Academic Boycotters of Israel Can’t Hide Unlawful Discrimination

Academic Boycotters of Israel Can’t Hide Unlawful Discrimination

DAVID FRENCH, ACLJ Yesterday, the University of California’s student-worker union (UAW Local 2865)voted on whether to join the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) movement against Israel. While we don’t yet know the results of the vote, we do know that its supporters have been making deceptive legal arguments in support of a motion [...]

Are Obama’s Executive Orders Permanent?

Are Obama’s Executive Orders Permanent?

No, Neither Obamacare Nor President Obama’s Immigration Actions Are Inevitably Permanent DAVID FRENCH, ACLJ Over the past six years, I’ve encountered quite a bit of conservative despair over the notion that President Obama’s signature domestic initiatives — Obamacare and, now, his apparently mass-scale immigration action — are [...]

Taking On Anti-Israel Discrimination Again

Taking On Anti-Israel Discrimination Again

DAVID FRENCH, ACLJ Next week the University of California student-workers union, UAW 2865 (yes, it’s affiliated with United Auto Workers), will vote on its Joint Council’s motion to boycott, divest, and sanction Israeli institutions. This motion is absurd on its face, but if it has any teeth at all it’s also illegal. First, the [...]

Immigration, Executive Imperialism, and the Myth Of Gridlock

Immigration, Executive Imperialism, and the Myth Of Gridlock

DAVID FRENCH, ACLJ If you’ve heard it once, you’ve heard it a thousand times — divided government means “gridlock.” With Congress in the hands of one party and the presidency in the hands of the other, nothing gets done. In fact, there’s an argument that voters see this alleged “gridlock” as a feature of divided government, [...]

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