November 16, 2015 9:39 pm ET
Paris tragedy reveals how important vigilance is for our lives
Will this flag be planted on our soil?
This will be the final installment of the Blood Moneyseries, as one more blog is needed to add one more big name to the list. And, frankly speaking, this mirrors the potential danger that stems from ignoring the problem, or the reality it poses, which will take a heavy toll on the innocent lives of our citizens, as well as free people around the world.
Like many of you, I was glued to the news coverage of the carnage that engulfed the city of lights—Paris, France. There is one interview that stuck with me and spoke to the heart of the problem that is taking place right here in our own back yard.
I’ll get to that interview and final name in this series in a moment. First, I want to show that others are starting to understand what I have been saying for years—multiculturalism does not work.
Just Google that term and read the history. There are so many articles about this subject that I could spend a year just creating a brief list.
Today—November 16, 2015—the state of Minnesota leads the nation in the number of homegrown U.S. citizens leaving this country to go overseas and fight for ISIS. This is becoming a major issue that the nation has to face.
Unfortunately, it gets worse. These ISIS fighters are then returning to the U.S. and, under the law, can do so freely.
How insane is that? Click the link below for more:
That is about as insane as the blood money taken by the politicians who vote to protect violent felons; felons who have been deported time and again from this country only to come back and seek “sanctuary cities” for protection while the felons commit more crimes.
Sorry, I almost forgot what the topic of this blog is supposed to be. The final name of this series about pols taking blood money is none other than Hillary’s favorite defender, Congressman Elijah Cummings. How much did he take? He pocketed a grand total of $36,000 from a special interest group dedicated to putting down Kate’s law.
That should be great news for the flow of Syrians headed this way, and bad news to the citizens of Baltimore that Mr. Cummings is sworn to serve.
Just read the Sunday Sun on the public housing crisis and one might think we are looking at the Middle East rather than our own city.
Where was Congressman Cummings? He’s been in office longer than some of these complaints. Instead of being in front of the cameras in Washington, he should be rolling up his sleeves and representing his constituents in Baltimore.