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Meet The Hypocrites Who Did Attend Paris Unity Rally

Jaci Greggs, The Federalist

The message from several world leaders who attended the Paris unity rally on Sunday: We’re sorry blasphemy got you killed. Usually our punishments for it aren’t that bad.

Levin: Obama Should've Sent Al Sharpton to Paris

Ian Hanchett, Breitbart

"He (Sharpton) is a good marcher. I think he is the voice of the Obama admin. He’s certainly been to the White House more than any world leader, so that’s who this administration should have sent if it was true to its belief system.”

The Charlie Hebdo Murders: The Real Atrocity Is Religious Persecution, Not Free Expression

There is no disguising reality. The problem of violent religious intolerance is almost uniquely Muslim. In most countries in which Muslims constitute a majority religious minorities suffer discrimination and persecution.

Stop Lying: Media Are Censoring Charlie Hebdo Out Of Fear Of Islam

Mollie Hemingway, The Federalist

Media elites are claiming journalistic principles prohibit publication of Charlie Hebdo pics. They need to admit the real reason is they're terrified.

RPaul: Paris Killings Should Make France Rethink Muslim Immigration Policy

David Weigel, Bloomberg

"Maybe every Muslim immigrant that wishes to come to France shouldn’t have an open door," Rand Paul said. "France has been a target for many, many years," Ron Paul said, "because they’ve been involved in foreign affairs in Libya."

So Much For “The Religion Of Peace”

We are in a war of ideas, not just with radical Islamists, but with concepts deeply embedded in Muslim culture. And as long as mass legal (and illegal) immigration from Muslim countries continues unabated we are losing that war. 

Don't Be Fooled By Charlie Hebdo Reaction: Media Are Cowards

Mark Hemingway, Weekly Standard

Many journalists have long been aware of these threats, and have said nothing. And of those who have spoken up about Muslim terror, far too many have said things that in light of today's tragedy are absolutely damning.

Charlie Hebdo: Will National Cathedral Hold Memorial Service For Paris Muslim Terror Victims?

Even the Saudi Royal Family has condemned the Muslim terror attack against the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo. Pope Francis held a memorial Mass for the victims, yet the leaders of the National Cathedral in Washington, DC, Dean Gary Hall and Canon Jan Naylor Cope, have remained strangely silent in the face of this latest brutal act of jihad by Muslim terrorists.

McInerney on Paris Attack: ‘Political Correctness Killing Us’

Cheryl K. Chumley, Washington Times

Retired U.S. Air Force Lt. Gen. Thomas McInerney had a blunt assessment of the terror attacks that killed at least 12 in Paris on Weds., saying that a major driver of the violence was that those in positions of leadership refused to face the realities of radicalized Islam.