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Politics, not theology, at root of Islamism, says French scholar

By Saeb Rawashdeh – Feb 23,2017 – JORDAN TIMES

Francois Burgat

AMMAN — “Never in our recent history the gap between the politically correct discourse about political Islam in France and in the Arab world been so profound,” said Francois Burgat. 551 more words

The Muslim Times

The Party of Hypocrisy and Corruption

While the Democrats are doing everything possible short of going through the Trump Towers garbage bins to “get the goods on Trump”, they have some odorous trash of their own. 1,607 more words

Swedish Muslim Problem: Denial vs The Truth

February 20, 2017 Rinkeby district in Stockholm, Sweden

Never let it be said that people can learn from the mistakes of others. Soft Jihad is deadlier than the violent form because it is soothing, reassuring, and undetectable until a certain infiltration point is reached. 625 more words

Process Studies

New on ejournals@cambridge A-Z : Process Studies.

From the PDC website for the journal:

“Process Studies is a peer-reviewed journal that may be defined as referring primarily, although not exclusively, to the philosophy of Alfred North Whitehead and his intellectual associates, most notably Charles Hartshorne.

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The Underground Against Trump Has Now Fully Surfaced

Sedition: incitement of resistance to or insurrection against lawful authority

 There is much work to do for this new administration.   Everyone expected that snowflakes and cupcakes would emerge to protest and grieve over Hillary’s loss.  2,246 more words

WOW! The NYT Says Trump Derangement Syndriome Does Exist

Trump Derangement Syndrome is becoming increasingly apparent and more widely recognized. However, the simply unhinged cannot be confused with the paid rent a mobs, and the professionally trained OFA “protesters. 1,237 more words

How To Save Capitalism From Itself

Social democracy now lies in ruins, its ragbag of policies rejected by electorates. Its heyday was the trente glorieuses, 1945–75, but, as Marc Levinson recounts in An Extraordinary Time, the splendid outcomes during these years cannot be attributed primarily to good economic policy choices. 6 more words