Here are some of the important news stories and opinions from recent days.
Australia Jihad: “Australian counterterrorism forces detained 15 people Thursday in a series of suburban raids after receiving intelligence that the Islamic State movement was planning public beheadings in two Australian cities to demonstrate its reach,” Fox New reports.
Colorado Jihad: In her latest op-ed, Michelle Malkin discusses a couple women from Colorado who joined Islamic terrorist groups, and several more jihadists with Colorado ties. Frightening.
British Jihad: Stacey Dooley filmed a group of Muslims parading down the streets of a British town (Luton), calling for the implementation of sharia law and hoping for British police officers to burn in hell for their counter-terrorism efforts.
In other news:
Climate March: Alex Epstein responds to the upcoming “climate march” in his Forbes article, “Six Reasons Why the United Nations Should Not Intervene on Fossil Fuel Use (A Response to the Misguided People’s Climate March).” He summarizes, “Proposed bans on fossil fuel use would make billions live shorter, less prosperously, and with worse environments.”
Abolish the ATF? “Republican Congressman Jim Sensenbrenner has introduced legislation to eliminate the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives” and “dissolve the duties of ATF to the FBI and DEA,” TownHall.com reports. Sounds like a great idea to me.
Nuclear Scotland: According to Nile Gardiner of the Heritage Foundation, “The UK’s entire nuclear deterrent is based in Scotland, and all Britain’s nuclear bases and warheads will have to be moved out of the country” if Scotland votes for independence.
YouTube Millionaire: Business Insider reports, “This 8-Year-Old [Evan] Makes $1.3 Million A Year By Posting YouTube Videos.” He has help from his dad.