Saturday, April 30, 2005

Today's Topics: WMD's, SSI, more Baby-Killing, Clinton Angers Catholics and Helps the N Koreans , a Victory for Tree-Worshippers, more Intolerance towards Christians, Iraqi Genocide,
Illegal Aliens and the Governator.

AARP Has Its Own Private Accounts


Efforts to save infants in legal test

Supreme Court considers efforts to resuscitate

Hillary Blames Bush for North Korea Nukes
A report compiled at the time by the House North Korea Advisory Group warned: "If the [Clinton administration's] 1994 Agreed Framework is implemented and two [U.S. Light Water Reactors] are eventually built and operated in North Korea, the reactors could produce close to 500 kilograms of plutonium in spent reactor fuel each year; enough for nearly 100 bombs annually if North Korea decides to break its obligations and reprocess the material."

The advisory group also blasted the Clinton administration for making North Korea "the largest recipient of U.S. foreign aid in the Asia-Pacific region."

"In an astonishing reversal of nine previous U.S. administrations," the report said, "the Clinton-Gore administration, in 1994, committed not only to provide foreign aid for North Korea, but to earmark that aid primarily for the construction of nuclear reactors worth up to $6 billion."

The advisory group also warned that North Korea would soon be able to hit the U.S. with ICBMs - and blamed the Clinton administration for facilitating Pyongyang's progress.

They Won!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
$1.oo Awarded to the Tree Huggers!
Logging protesters win pepper-spray case

Jury awards $1 each after 3rd trial over 1997 incident Well done.

Schwarzenegger's praise
draws border volunteers

California group's Minuteman-like project flooded with inquiries after governor's OK

Hillary gets the Catholic
out of Catholic college

School's invitation to pro-abortion senator prompts archdiocese to cease relationship

Poll: 57% of Americans
want Senate rules changed

Most seeking new procedures so vote must be taken on every pick for judge

Iraq's Holocaust U.S. Peace Protester's Want More of the Same!

A Sad day for Christophobes
'Declaration' lawsuit proceeds
Handout of Jefferson's document barred due to God reference

Viet Nam Wasn't a mistake!
Vietnamese Christians
flee for their lives

Reports detail increase in persecution,
death threats

The government of Vietnam is stepping up persecution of minority Christians, according to a Washington human rights monitor.

Illegals Charged in Bogus Driver's License Scam

Gen. Franks: Evidence Showed WMD Transfer

Retired Gen. Tommy Franks, who commanded the successful U.S. invasion of Iraq in 2003, said Thursday that he saw persuasive evidence that Saddam Hussein had transferred his weapons of mass destruction to Syria.

Friday, April 29, 2005

Right now the failure of our families is hurting America deeply. When families fall, society falls. The anarchy and lack of structure in our inner cities are testament to how quickly civilization falls apart when the family foundation cracks. Children need love and discipline. A welfare check is not a husband. The state is not a father. It is from parents that children come to understand values and themselves as men and women, mothers and fathers.
And for those concerned about children growing up in poverty, we should know this: marriage is probably the best anti-poverty program of them all. Among families headed by married couples today, there is a poverty rate of 5.7 percent. But 33.4 percent of families are headed by a single mother are in poverty today.
Nature abhors a vacuum. Where there are no mature, responsible men around to teach boys how to become good men, gangs serve in their place. In fact, gangs have become a surrogate family for much of a generation of inner-city boys. I recently visited with some former gang members in Albuquerque, New Mexico. In a private meeting they told me why they had joined gangs. These teenage boys said that gangs gave them a sense of security. They made them feel wanted, and useful. They got support from their friends. And, they said, "It was like having a family." "Like family" - unfortunately, that says it all.
The system perpetuates itself as these young men father children whom they have no intention of caring for, by women whose welfare checks support them. Teenage girls, mired in the same hopelessness, lack sufficient motive to say no to this trap.
Answers to our problems won't be easy. We can start by dismantling a welfare system that encourages dependency and subsidizes broken families. We can attach conditions - such as school attendance, or work - to welfare. We can limit the time a recipient gets benefits. We can stop penalizing marriage for welfare mothers. We can enforce child support payment.
Ultimately, however, marriage is a moral issue that requires cultural consensus, and the use of social sanctions. Bearing babies irresponsibly is, simply, wrong. Failure to support children one has fathered is wrong. We must be unequivocal about this.
It doesn't help matters when prime time TV has Murphy Brown - a character who supposedly epitomizes today's intelligent, highly paid, professional woman - mocking the importance of a father, by bearing a child alone, and calling it just another "lifestyle choice."
I know it is not fashionable to talk about moral values, but we need to do it. Even though our cultural leaders in Hollywood, network TV, the national newspapers routinely jeer at them, I think that most of us in this room know that some things are good, and other things are wrong. Now it's time to make the discussion public.
It's time to talk again about family, hard work, integrity and personal responsibility. We cannot be embarrassed out of out belief that two parents, married to each other, are better in most cases for children than one. That honest work is better than hand-outs - or crime. That we are our brother's keepers. That it's worth making an effort, even when rewards aren't immediate.
So I think the time has come to renew our public commitment to our Judeo-Christian values - in our churches and synagogues, our civic organizations and our schools. We are, as our children recite each morning, "one nation under God." That's a useful framework for acknowledging a duty and an authority higher than our own pleasures and personal ambitions.

-Vice President Quayle and the Murphy Brown Speech 8/92

Wednesday, April 27, 2005

Name calling obstructionists have NO plan! No new ideas! Only failed policies that are getting over-used. It's the "seriousness of the charge." We MUST investigate!

Threatening to KILL the President over the Radio!

Illegal, Immoral, Iresponsible, LIBERAL RADIO!

Air America’s Year of Decline
The liberal network scores its lowest-ever ratings.

No wonder!

In a related story:


Here they are folks: Seven Judges the Democrats Fear

Monday, April 25, 2005

In San Francisco, there are more "Medical Marijuana Clubs" than McDonalds restaurants!

Why are there so many terminally ill people in the land of the enlightened?

Teacher Charged With Molesting Student Nearly 100 Times

Allegedly violated 13-year-old student after classes every day
--WFTV-TV, Orlando

Pop singer Moby:
Make my kid 'gay'

Musician also rips DeLay, Coulter, Hannity as 'immoral' right-wingers

McClintock Gears Up for '06 in Calif.YAAAAAAAAA!!

Monday, April 18, 2005

Border Patrol union
Says it has had no complaints about monitors, blasts Bush over amnesty

It works. Take THAT ACLU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Ann Coulter on Time's cover
WND columnist subject of 6,000-word story, strange photo

I think it looks eerily similar to the Bubba Clinton Esquire cover of him spread legs and big ol' phalic tie hanging down the middle. At least the angles are similar.

Saturday, April 16, 2005

Michael Milken Crony Helps Soros Topple Governments Around the World

Media feeding frenzyA feeding frenzy has begun against DeLay and Senator Frist. The media wants to bring down both congressional leaders. Do you want to know why? A colleague hit the nail on the head when he said, "Let's face it, the media hates Christians."

DeLay says foes seek to shut ethics panel
Posted on April 14, 2005House Majority Leader Tom DeLay accused Democrats of shutting down the chamber's ethics committee to prevent him from being exonerated of the ethics accusations against him.

The Culture War is going full strength. The Church is losing the battle. And like Goliath taunting the Israelites, Hollywood is daring the Church to send out it's best to fight.

Don’t call Eric Rudolph ‘pro-life’

Saturday, April 09, 2005

I'm pleased to announce that I've recently signed on with Mind and Media as a book reviewer. I stumbled upon this while looking up a reference on line. I hope to be of service and that my reviews are useful to Mind and Media, the author, and the readers. I am about a third of the way through the book I Don't Have Enough Faith To Be An Atheist, by Norman L. Geisler and Frank Turek.

So far so good!

Woman Claiming Finger in Chili Sues Often
I knew it! I Knew it I KNEW IT!!!!!!!!!
As soon as I saw the news that night.
I knew It

Judge Sentences Spammer to Nine Years

Thursday, April 07, 2005

ACLU Founder Roger Baldwin
"I am for socialism, disarmament, and ultimately for abolishing the State itself as an instrument of violence and compulsion. I seek the social ownership of property, the abolition of the propertied class, and sole control of those who produce wealth. Communism is the goal."

-Roger Baldwin, founder of the American Civil Liberties Union.Quoted in the National Federation for Decency Journal, September 1988. Page 9.Nuff said.Source #2

The nation's most formidable legal lobby, the ACLU, was founded in 1920 by the avowedly socialist Roger Baldwin, following his imprisonment for draft evasion, along with an assortment of Communist Party officials, radicals and anarchists. Baldwin, who directed the ACLU from 1920 to 1950, wrote for his college-reunion yearbook in 1935: "I have continued directing the unpopular fight for the rights of agitation, as director of the American Civil Liberties Union.... I seek the social ownership of property, the abolition of the propertied class and sole control of those who produce wealth. Communism is the goal." This sort of history has tended to annoy conservatives and, though a few have been able to overlook it to join, most have avoided membership in the ACLU Nonetheless, it now boasts a 50-state network including 300 local chapters.

-John Elvin, "Can a Political Odd Couple Reconcile Its Differences," Insight on the News 28 July 1997, Questia, 31 Dec. 2004 .

Saturday, April 02, 2005

Two famous deaths this week: A Study in Contrasts

When the Pope passed, it's as if the Lord were saying, "This is how to die."

U.N. Troops Kill 38 Militiamen in Congo Raid
The UN doing something? Amazing.