Tammy was on Fox’s Happening Now for her regular Monday morning 1130am ET segment, this time discussing whether media coverage inspires ISIS. Here’s the video:

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  1. hbmuzik says:

    Great dialogue and positive exchange. It’s sad that Alan continues to sing the leftist tune about honest media coverage “inflaming” the situation. Our “reaction” ought to be much more than provocative news stories–it should be a campaign of seek and destroy.

  2. ancientwrrior says:

    Once again the left keeps burying it’s head in the sand. Oh no, we shouldn’t talk about that, it might make them angry or cause them to do more despicable things. Bull pucky, call a spade a spade and let the cards fall where they may. We didn’t win both world wars by being timed about who and what the enemy was. We just pounded the heck out of them til they were no more.

  3. Maynard says:

    Contrast the way Obama studiously distracts us from the Islamic targeting of Jews and Christians against, for example (and there’s no shortage of examples) the recent incident where three Muslims were murdered in North Carolina. The perpetrator was apparently a left-wing atheist, and this was an attack against people he knew and apparently made for personal reasons, but never mind; Obama jumped in to tell us: “No one in the United States of America should ever be targeted because of who they are, what they look like, or how they worship.” Obama’s guiding principle is not only a double standard but a warped double standard: Islamists target Jews and Christians and we omit facts and understate; Muslims are murdered and we make up a hate crime narrative that is inconsistent with facts. This, as with so much Obama does, highlights his detachment from reality. Obama governs from within the realm of his fantasy world, and this is allowing innocent people to die horribly.

  4. NeverSurrender says:

    “We need to find new ways to amplify the voices of peace, tolerance and inclusion – and we especially need to do it online.” – Barack Obama at Summit on Countering Violent Extremism

    This is probably the number one reason obama wants to take over the internet. It’s not “for the children” this time, it’s for the Muslims.

  5. LJZumpano says:

    They don’t say war is hell for nothing. It’s cruel, messy and devastating for everyone involved. It leaves scars that sometimes never heal.It also teaches us valuable lessons about who we are and what we truly need and desire. We can try to avoid war, but we can’t be naive. In all of history, no one has come up with a solution for dealing with those who seek only destruction, except to totally and completely destroy them. As long as some choose barbarism over civilization, we will have war. And when the civilized are forced to fight, they must be prepared to devastate the enemy and force an unconditional surrender. The alternative is too barbaric to contemplate.

  6. Kevin says:

    Tammy is a realist, brilliant, and her communication skills are beyond excellent. She is one of my inspirations and role models. Colmes is an ideologue, stupid and foolish. He drools his toxin in every sentence he utters. I continue to believe his presence degrades the interview and Fox News generally. As they say, you can’t mix crap and ice cream and get something in between. You get crap.

  7. Andy says:

    The Obama administration is obscuring the identity of the enemy thus minimizing the enemy. Alan just wants to sing Kumbaya to them. The reality is that we need to identify the Enemy & then kill them. Just like we killed many Germans & Japanese in order to get Japan & the Nazis to surrender.

  8. Pat_S says:

    All this baloney about trying to understand what’s going on inside their heads is literally putting heads in the sand, bloody and severed. Overthinking the problem is a way to avoid the solution. Just kill them.

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