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Muslim Rape Gangs Terrorize British Girls
It has happened again. Another sex grooming scandal of massive proportions hits the U.K., this time in the small city of Telford, England. As many as 1,000 girls, some as young as 11, may have been abused, raped, tortured, and in some cases killed by Muslim men, largely of Pakistani origin, since the 1980s. What’s worse: the authorities have known about it for decades and have done nothing. Why? Apparently, they were afraid of being called racist, just like in the Rotherham scandal. To read more click here.
Hollywood Sex Scandals Conveniently Forgotten
Where in the world are Harvey Weinstein, Kevin Spacey, and the other creepy molesters of Hollywood? You remember a few short months ago, when the cause du jour was sexual assault and harassment by the media mogul in his own pay to play scam? Starlets and A-listers burst from their cocoons to rail against the monster who either ruined their lives or made their careers. Did you forget about it? Hollywood sure did. To read more click here.
London Mayor to Silicon Valley: Stop Hate Speech
Thankfully, we can speak freely in this country. There are some restrictions, but overall we are fortunate; that is not the case in the majority of the world. The mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, recently told the BBC that Silicon Valley, specifically Facebook, and Twitter, should take charge to “hate speech.” Khan referenced German law, under which companies are fined for allowing hate speech on social media sites. Such rhetoric is an example of a radical leftist that doesn’t like facing an opposing point of view because he can’t defend his own position. To read more click here.
New Jersey Pensions Still in Shambles
On Tuesday, Governor Phil Murphy (D-NJ) delivered his first budget address, and the reception from both sides of the aisle has been lukewarm. He unveiled a $37.4 billion budget proposal full of progressive goodies, as well as calls for a plethora of new taxes and fees. Overall, the budget is $2.4 billion, or 8%, larger than the current one, and it hardly tackles the meat and potatoes of the Garden State’s fiscal woes. To read more click here.