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Friday, November 26, 2004

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New York Post Online Edition: postopinion: "Memo to all public school administrators: it is freedom of religion, not freedom from religion. Happy Thanksgiving. "

Click Here For I'm just an orthodox Jewish hillbilly from Los Angeles

WorldNetDaily: I'm just an orthodox Jewish hillbilly from Los Angeles: "It's easier for liberals to shun or patronize us than to try and fathom simple-minded folk like us. It's easier to label us all morons who love Bush because we hate gays. It's certainly more pleasant to pretend that liberal voters are more well informed and inherently more intelligent than conservative voters, rather than facing up to the fact that this country thrives because of the conservative heartland.
It's all right. Let the left continue to write us off as dummies who vote out of fear and hatred, rather than out of values and principles. Those on the left fear what they can't understand. And as long as they refuse to understand, they'll continue to lose."

Click Here For A C L Useless: Helping The Intolerant Fight Intolerance Through Intolerance - Holmes � A C L Useless: Helping The Intolerant Fight Intolerance Through Intolerance - Holmes: "Proof of that can be found upon the discovery that the ACLU is working to destroy the Scouts while simultaneously defending NAMBLA (The National Man Boy Love Association), a group whose website gives pedophiles and pederasts tips on seducing young boys. This is an issue that has been argued against vehemently in the past, even by moderates in the media like Bill O'Reilly, who, due to their defense of NAMBLA, referred to the ACLU as 'the most dangerous group in America.'"

Monday, November 22, 2004

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Courage to scrutinize - The Washington Times: Editorials/OP-ED - November 15, 2004: "Moreover, in a front-page Aug. 22 Washington Post story, reporter Michael Dobbs noted, as Mr. O'Neill often has, that 'although Kerry campaign officials insist that they have published Kerry's full military records on their Web site (with the exception of medical records shown briefly to reporters earlier this year), they have not permitted independent access to his original Navy records.' When Mr. Dobbs tried to get those Kerry records through a Freedom of Information request, he received just over six pages and was told by the Navy Personnel Command that the full file consisting of at least 100 pages could not be released unless Mr. Kerry himself signed a Standard Form 180 granting permission.
To this day, Mr. Kerry has not signed that release form.
In his story of one contested episode during Mr. Kerry's service in Vietnam, Mr. Dobbs found that the edge favored Mr. Kerry's version, but that in Mr. Dobbs' extensive interviews, the accounts by both Mr. Kerry and his swift boat opponents 'contain significant flaws and factual errors.' Only Mr. Kerry refused to be interviewed for the story. "

Click Here For Taking Condy from the babies

WorldNetDaily: Taking Condy from the babies: "Since Dr. Condoleezza Rice was nominated to be secretary of state, the vile racism of those who have made their living telling minorities how much they love them, has been nothing short of amazing. One white radio host called Rice an 'Aunt Jemima,' and Colin Powell an 'Uncle Tom.' There have been several cartoons --by white liberals no less -- which draw Rice as some sort of plantation slave, exaggerating features in the vein of 19th and early 20th century racist 'art.' "

Friday, November 19, 2004

Click Here For Fewer gay couples seek marriage licenses / News / Local / Fewer gay couples seek marriage licenses: "The number of gay and lesbian couples applying for marriage licenses has slowed to a trickle since a rush to the altar in the days after same-sex marriage became legal in Massachusetts on May 17, according to state records and a Globe survey of large cities and towns."

Thursday, November 18, 2004

Click Here For Liberal Hitchhikers are Often Phony Hijackers

Bob Meyer -- Liberal Hitchhikers are Often Phony Hijackers: "Those who call themselves 'liberal Christians' are often theologically obtuse. One mainline minister argued that Jesus never said anything regarding homosexuality, as if it was a widespread practice in Israel of his time. He never considered that Jesus was equally silent on rape, incest and bestiality. I am doubtful that his denomination rescinded the earlier prohibitions on these behaviors, since Jesus never broached those issues either. As recently as 1986, in the Bowers v. Hardwick case, Justice Burger commented that; 'To hold that the act of homosexual sodomy is somehow protected as a fundamental right would be to cast aside millennia of moral teaching.' Less than two decades later we are convinced that the Constitution contains a right to homosexual unions. Any belief to the contrary is reflexively branded as 'hate'. Of course if opposition to current trends and/or advocacy of traditional values are synonymous with hate, the liberal argument becomes circular, since all they do then is express 'hate' via their own remonstrations. "

Click Here For You Have Papers?

Craig Roberts -- You Have Papers?: "Is there some secret conspiracy in the works that has the objective of motivating people not to travel? In Russia, as a form of control of the population, they issued internal passports to discourage traveling outside your own 'home area.' Here, dealing with Americans, it is done with suggestive mind control. Make it so complicated, so annoying, so embarrasing, that no one WANTS to travel. It accomplishes the same thing.

Dont' worry about the airlines. They will go broke until there are only a few left, all subsidized and totally controlled by the government--like Lufthansa and el Al. We'll be told it was because of unions, or rising fuel costs, or other excuses, when in fact it will be because people will no longer wish to fly unless they have to. "

Wednesday, November 17, 2004

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OpinionJournal - The Real World: "With estimates soaring of graft and fraud under the United Nations Oil for Food program in Iraq, we are hearing a lot about the need to 'get to the bottom' of this scandal, the biggest ever to hit the U.N. To get to that bottom will need a much harder look at the top--where Secretary-General Kofi Annan himself resides.
That violates all sorts of taboos. But so, one might suppose, does a United Nations that allowed Saddam Hussein to embezzle at least $21.3 billion in oil money during 12 years, with the great bulk of that sum--a staggering $17.3 billion--pilfered between 1997-2003, on Mr. Annan's watch."

Tuesday, November 16, 2004

Click Here For Powell, Paige departures will leave outreach void, observers say

BAW: Powell, Paige departures will leave outreach void, observers say: "Powell was said to favor exhausting diplomatic channels to build international support for a war. Bush instead took the advice of the hawks in his administration and launched an offensive unpopular among some the United States -- traditionally staunchest allies, but not without first dispatching Powell to the UN to give an unconvincing presentation of Saddam Hussein's alleged weapons caches."

Click Here For Democratic Party a Waning Movement

Democratic Party a Waning Movement: "Will Democrats continue to listen to the shrillness of a Maureen Dowd, or Carole Simpson of ABC News, who recently compared Bush red states to pre-1864 'slave states?' "

Click Here For Outside the asylum

WorldNetDaily: Outside the asylum: "The Democrats' claims to being the party of the more intelligent have been reliably fraudulent, so it should come as no surprise that the national exit polls from the recent election indicate precisely the opposite. The correlation between intelligence and income is widely recognized, so the fact that John Kerry's support was strongest -- 63 percent -- among those earning under $15,000 should give even the most left-inclined Mensan pause.

In fact, as incomes rose, support for Kerry reliably declined, reaching its nadir at 35 percent of the $200,000-plus crowd. And speaking of nadirs, Ralph's 1 percent only began to make an appearance over $100,000, providing support for the theory that if you maleducate an intelligent person over an extended period of time, you can turn them into a high-functioning political simulacrum of an idiot.

John Kerry also had the edge among those who did not complete high school, and, further sustaining the maleducation theory, did not regain the upper hand until the postgraduate crowd was surveyed. George Bush, on the other hand, won among high-school, partial-college and college grads. "

Click Here For A Jew defends the cross

WorldNetDaily: A Jew defends the cross: "About 2,000 people showed up on a workday morning, many of them non-Christians, including atheists, Buddhists, and a fair number of Jews, including non-Orthodox Jews and Orthodox Jews wearing yarmulkes. It was probably the first time in history that Jews have banded to protect the Christian cross. It is an achievement of which the ACLU should be proud. Its devotion to secularizing what has always been a Judeo-Christian society is helping to unite Judeo and Christian as nothing ever before has. "

Click Here For After 50 years a court decides MoD gas test killed this man

The Scotsman - Top Stories - After 50 years a court decides MoD gas test killed this man: "A YOUNG RAF engineer was unlawfully killed when he took part in secret nerve-gas tests 51 years ago, an inquest ruled yesterday - opening the way for hundreds of 'human guinea pigs' to sue the government for damages. "

Click Here For We all have faith in something

WorldNetDaily: We all have faith in something: "The Democratic gospel preaches an all-encompassing faith that politics and government will solve our personal problems. Not earning enough money? Don't have a high-school diploma? Not happy with your insurance policy or retirement plan? Is your daughter pregnant? Feel in general that your life is out of control? Turn to President, Senator or Congressman Democrat and get it solved.

Many Democratic leaders and pundits are expressing consternation at Republican Party claims that it is the party of values. They claim that Democrats have the moral high ground and that their problem is communication. But check out what they call values: Government-run health care, government-run schools, government-run personal retirement and a politically defined and managed overall sense of social justice.

This stuff simply doesn't work, and more and more Americans understand this. The Democratic Party is now perceived, for good reason, like a late-night infomercial selling products that will make you instantaneously rich, thin and beautiful. All that you need is faith that the salesman is telling the truth and a credit card. "

Click Here For Media Bias Worse Than Ever

Media Monitor - Media Bias Worse Than Ever - November 15, 2004: "Another atrocious story which made Republicans look bad was carried by the Washington Post on October 17 under the headline 'Gatherings.' It was about a so-called 'Republican barbecue' of people engaging in strange behavior. The Post claimed that the event was 'punctuated by the possibly unprecedented occurrence of a young woman in a cowboy hat pretending to make out with a poster of Dick Cheney.'

Five days later, the Post ran this correction, which we quote in its entirety: 'In the Oct. 17 Sunday Source, the 'Gatherings' story described a Republican barbecue held to watch a presidential debate. The item reported 'the possibly unprecedented occurrence of a young woman in a cowboy hat pretending to make out with a poster of Dick Cheney.' The item should have explained that the woman was asked to pose with the vice president's picture by the photographer working for The Washington Post. The woman also did not pretend to 'make out' with the picture; at the photographer's suggestion, she pretended to blow a kiss at it. The item should have explained that the party was hosted in response to a request from The Post, which discussed the decorations and recipes with the host and agreed to reimburse the cost of recipe ingredients.'

This correction should have been an apology. The Post asked for the party to occur and paid for some of it. Then the Post asked the participants to engage in strange behavior, including kissing that picture of Cheney, which was transformed into something it was not. The story had manufactured elements in order to make it more dramatic than it actually was. "

Click Here For Officials Double Saddam's Oil-for-Food Theft - Politics - Officials Double Saddam's Oil-for-Food Theft: "Saddam Hussein's (search) regime made more than $21.3 billion in illegal revenue by subverting the U.N. Oil-for-Food program and other sanctions -- more than double previous estimates, according to congressional investigators. "

Click Here For The Left Refuses to Believe....

Geoff Metcalf -- The Left Refuses to Believe....: "Rather than accept the realities of the post election situation report, defenders of the indefensible are crafting a gaggle of excuses.
* Over 60 million people are just STUPID?
* A Clinton cabal orchestrated by Carville, Lockhart, Begala et al sabotaged Kerry?
* Karl Rove conspired with Osama bin Laden?
* Karl Rove conspired to set up Dan Rather?
* Karl Rove conspired with aliens from the planet Sirus in the Andromeda quadrant?
The reality is John Kerry was the wrong candidate, with the wrong messages, at the wrong time...and he did a horrific job running a campaign. "

Click Here For The Only Thing We Have To Fear -- Is Fear Itself!

Albert Burns -- The Only Thing We Have To Fear -- Is Fear Itself!: "We have allowed the IRS almost unlimited access to our earnings without complaining for fear that we might be labeled a tax-evader, for fear that we might be subjected to an audit. We fear speaking up in defense of our Constitutional rights for fear of the very people we are paying to protect those rights.

It has gotten to the point that many fear that they will be charged with sexual harassment if they ask a person out on a date more than once. We have gotten to the point where we fear being called a racist if we promote or fire someone of the wrong ethnic group regardless of that individual's ability or lack thereof.

Many are afraid to speak up in meetings or in some public conference for fear of being labeled a trouble maker.
We used to revere the heroes of bygone days for their lack of apparent fear in the face of danger. Today, the heroes in the popular press are those who have social stature rather than those who stand for what is right and correct even if he or she is the ONLY one against the throng. "

Monday, November 15, 2004

Click Here For Preventing Crime Against Senior Citizens

Preventing Crime Against Senior Citizens: "What techniques can seniors utilize to help reduce their opportunity of becoming a crime victim?

Here are some techniques and ideas suggested by the Fullerton, California Police Department:"

Click Here For Lost City of Atlantis Found?

Lost City of Atlantis Found?: "'It is a miracle we found these walls as their location, and lengths match exactly the description of the acropolis of Atlantis provided by Plato in his writings,' Sarmast said, referring to the ancient Greek philosopher.

'We have definitely found the Acropolis of Atlantis,' he affirmed, adding the site was 80 kilometers (50 miles) southeast of Cyprus."

Click Here For Doctors Group Opposes Mandatory Mental Health Tests for Kids

Doctors Group Opposes Mandatory Mental Health Tests for Kids: "But officials of the respected Association of American Physicians & Surgeons (AAPS) decry what they see as -- a dangerous scheme that will heap even more coercive pressure on parents to medicate children with potentially dangerous side effects.'"

Click Here For Through the looking glass

WorldNetDaily: Through the looking glass: "Observing the frenzied reactions of the blue-state elites to the election results is like joining Alice in going through the looking glass and finding oneself facing giant white rabbits with oversized watches proclaiming they are late, and a strange gentleman wearing a collection of outlandish hats. All around these bizarre characters are discarded Kerry-Edwards buttons and signs.

In this modern wonderland, there is much weeping and wailing and gnashing of teeth � and some of the most outlandish jabberwocky ever heard. It is obvious that everybody here has suddenly become seriously unhinged.

There stands the queen (her name is Barbra), looking at a map showing tiny urban dots colored in blue and an ocean of counties swimming in red. She looks with astonishment at these defiant out-of-control areas peopled by despicable common folk, and repeatedly shouts, 'Off with their heads.' She is joined by a chorus of her subjects -- academics, journalists, and celebrities -- each chanting different interpretations of what happened on Nov. 2, 2004. "

Click Here For John Kerry ... the gift that keeps on giving?

WorldNetDaily: John Kerry ... the gift that keeps on giving?: "Did John Kerry's meeting with Madame Binh in Paris, his collaboration with the enemy in time of war, disqualify him from an honorable discharge from the Navy? Is the 1978 discharge document listed on his website really a product of a Carter pardon, reversing a prior 'other than honorable' determination?

John Kerry's approach to the Swift Boat attacks throughout the campaign were first to ignore the charges, second to unleash the 'band of lawyers' to see if he could suppress First Amendment rights in his favor, and third, to claim without proof that 'Unfit for Command' and the Swift Boat ads were discredited because they were 'a pack of lies.' The one strategy John Kerry never utilized was to respond systematically to the charges. "

City Journal Autumn 2004 | Dads in the �Hood by Kay S. Hymowitz

City Journal Autumn 2004 | Dads in the �Hood by Kay S. Hymowitz: But let's start with the good news, because it is truly worth cheering. There's a fatherhood awakening under way in the inner city. According to many observers, more and more young fathers are "taking responsibility" or "stepping up" for their children. Now that post-welfare reform mothers are getting up early for the morning shift at a downtown nursing home or hotel kitchen, the men are often out there walking their kids to school, taking them to the park or to after-school programs. "You never used to see this," says D. J. Andrews, a communications consultant who has been working with inner-city fathers for five years. "People used to say, 'That's a woman's job.' " Columbia social-work professor Ron Mincy, an expert on the inner-city family, also sees a "sea change" in hip-hop culture: it's "no longer cool" to father a child and wave from a distance occasionally. In fact, some hip-hop icons are going all Ozzie, crooning their devotion and life lessons for their sons. "You a blessin' and I'll always guide you," sings rapper Ray Benzino, co-owner of Source Magazine and organizer of the publication's 2002 event "to reveal the nurturing side of rap artists as fathers and mentors."

Click Here For It's no Dutch Treat anymore

WorldNetDaily: It's no Dutch Treat anymore: "One of the most liberal countries in the world is suddenly feeling the pain of the war of terrorism. The Netherlands, long a haven of those who want to live and let live, finds itself in the midst of a spasm of cold-blooded murder. "

Click Here For Bush betrayal on illegals

WorldNetDaily: Bush betrayal on illegals: "The first big insult to his base came this week when he moved to resurrect his ugly plan to relax rules against illegal immigration -- as if they weren't relaxed enough.

Bush reportedly met privately in the Oval Office with Sen. John McCain to discuss re-igniting his badly misguided initiative to grant legal status to millions of immigrants who broke the law to enter the United States. "

Click Here For Study: Public-school teachers' kids go private

Study: Public-school teachers' kids go private: "Teachers in urban public schools send their own children to private schools at nearly double the national rate of private-school attendance, according to a new study by the Thomas B. Fordham Institute in Washington, D.C.

Nationwide, 12.2 percent of all families in urban, rural and suburban settings send their children to private schools. But 21.5 percent of urban public-school teachers send their children to private schools."

Click Here For Students choose pimping as a career | Students choose pimping as a career (November 15, 2004): "STUDENTS at a New Zealand secondary school have listed prostitution and drug dealing on a list of desirable careers.

The job list, which also includes stripping and pimping, appeared in the year book at Kawerau College in the central North Island.
The book featured students' hopes about what they would like to do when they leave school and included suggestions such as brothel worker, drug lord, dope dealer, dope packer, stripper, pimp, beneficiary, druggie and 'living on the street'.

The Society for the Promotion of Community Standards, said Saturday that the legalising of prostitution in New Zealand earlier this year had created a climate in which students viewed prostitution, pimping and stripping as attractive and viable forms of legal work."

Click Here For Is a backlash building against opinionated news?

Is a backlash building against opinionated news?: "'What has become rewarded in political discourse is the extremity of viewpoint,' he said. 'People like the conflict. Conflict, baby! It sells. `Crossfire'! `Hardball'! Shut up! You shut up!' "

Click Here For Meet NAFTA on steroids

WorldNetDaily: Meet NAFTA on steroids: "The 'NAFTA-plus' plan has also been referred to as 'deep integration.' Skeptics see it as a plan to eliminate national sovereignty and erode the American concept of representative government accountable to the people under the framework of the Constitution. "

Sunday, November 14, 2004

Click Here For The New Campaign

Henry Lamb -- The New Campaign: "Voting is a privilege and a responsibility of freedom. People who are unwilling to prove their citizenship and qualifications for voting before an election should not be allowed to vote. The scandalous voter registration drives by third-party contractors such as, and others, invite fraud and dilute the integrity of the electoral process. "

Click Here For Number One Priority For Congress: To Spend, Spend, Spend

NWV Exclusive -- Number One Priority For Congress: To Spend, Spend, Spend: "The most ominous prediction by Walker who heads up the GAO (Government Accountability Office) is that this ticking time bomb means that taxes would need to be raised by 250% along with drastic cuts in government programs. Walker also stated that due to this enormous debt, America could experience the same type of economic problems as some Third World countries. "

Click Here For Why Are Democrats Upset Over The Elections?

Devvy Kidd -- Why Are Democrats Upset Over The Elections?: "Democrats shouldn't be worried about the elections because they will still be lied to by Hillary Clinton, Diane Feinstein and other Democratic 'leaders' about withholding and the income tax while they pick your pockets. It's the same lies being told by the Republicans in Congress. How many Democrats in Congress have stepped forward demanding the privately owned Federal Reserve Banking System that is driving Americans into abject poverty be abolished? Not one. Unless and until Democrats do the hard research as should all Americans, then and only then will they understand they've been duped. The Democratic Party no more stands for 'the working' guy than Chairman Mao. If they did, they wouldn't have lied to you all these years while stealing the fruits of your labor.

When Kerry spoke of 'our American values' during his campaign, what exactly did that mean? For the Democratic Party, the usual: protecting social security, more money for education, protecting the 'right' to kill unborn babies, promoting the chosen death style of homosexuals and the spreading of their diseases, killing off the institution of marriage, more jobs (translated that means bigger government) and more affordable health care - even though the federal government cannot legislate that industry. Just more canned buzz words to pacify the unwashed masses. "

Click Here For The Intolerance of The 'Gay Marriage' Movement

Kelly Boggs -- The Intolerance of The 'Gay Marriage' Movement: "Two centuries ago, English poet and philosopher Samuel Taylor Coleridge said, 'I have seen gross intolerance shown in support of tolerance.' Many Oregonians have not only observed Coleridge's "

Click Here For Tributes to Arafat Short on Truth

Kelly Boggs -- Tributes to Arafat Short on Truth: "The following are but a few of the murderous exploits inspired by Arafat.

The Nahariya/Avivim school bus attack, May 1970. Palestinian terrorists crossed the border from Lebanon, ambushed the bus with a barrage of gunfire, murdered 12 children and 3 adults, and left several others crippled.

The Munich Olympics slaughter, in which eleven Israeli athletes were killed in September 1972.

The brutal murder of three U.S. diplomats held hostage in Khartoum, Sudan, in March 1973. The terrorists demanded the release of Sirhan Sirhan, the Palestinian assassin of Robert F. Kennedy. Arafat was recorded as having given the execution orders.

The Maalot massacre in May 1974. A school building was taken over while children from Tzfat on a school trip were sleeping there. Three teachers and 22 schoolchildren were killed. "

"The numerous kind remembrances being offered of Arafat goes to show what author Henry David Thoreau observed was right, 'The rarest quality in an epitaph is truth.'

"Israeli Cabinet minister Ehud Olmert offered honest words concerning Arafat’s death: ''The Palestinian people's mourning is not ours -- we cannot grieve for someone who killed us and spilled our blood. But we respect our mourning neighbors…'”

Saturday, November 13, 2004

Click Here For Kerry Not Returning Calls Inside Cover Story: "It looks like failed presidential candidate John Kerry is nursing a grudge against his one-time friend and former defender, Sen. John McCain, who revealed yesterday that he's tried to contact the Massachusetts Democrat since his crushing defeat, but Kerry won't return his calls.

'I put in a call to John and I have not heard back from him,' McCain told ABC Radio host Sean Hannity. "

Click Here For Yet More on Alfred Kinsey

Catholic Outreach: "In this book, written by award-winning correspondent Susan Brinkman of Philadelphia's Catholic Standard & Times, you will learn:

How Alfred Kinsey presented as 'normal' data he collected from incarcerated sex offenders, criminals and prostitutes.
Which of today's most popular notions about sex are based on Kinsey's flawed conclusions, such as that children are sexual from birth, 10 percent of the population is homosexual and sexual promiscuity is normal.

That Kinsey engaged in criminal experimentation on children and used 'data' he collected from some of the world's most notorious pedophiles to arrive at his conclusions.
How the American Law Institute incorporated Kinsey's research into the Mode Penal Code of 1955, resulting in greatly diminished penalties for sex crimes.

About the unholy union of Kinsey, Playboy, and Planned Parenthood in the creation of today's sex education curriculum in many of today's schools.

Kinsey's flawed science has seeped like a toxic waste into every facet of our lives. Learn how you can fight back and undo the damage caused by Kinsey and the sexual revolution in your family, your schools, and your country! "

Click Here For The beginning of the end of abortion

WorldNetDaily: The beginning of the end of abortion: "The deluge of teeth-gnashing, hair-pulling grief-tormented hysteria washing over every liberal media outlet in the Milky Way Galaxy has reached a high-water mark with space-patrol talk about secession -- as in the Kerry-voting 'blue' states actually seceding from the United States. Here's Geraldine Ferraro fomenting on Fox's 'Hannity & Colmes' Nov. 6:

You know what? Just let me make one point. You were talking about the map before. If indeed all those blue states all got together and seceded from the union, think what would be left for those red states, nothing. There would be no educational system. You would have nothing. What would be left to you? I mean, where is all of this talent in this country? It's on both sides, the Northeast corridor.

We can shake our heads in laughable wonder at this and gloat about BDDs -- Brain Dead Democrats. But their maniacally empty threat is a gift, as it creates a marvelous 'teachable moment' whereby the LibDems can learn a lesson about their moral values. "

Click Here For Chemists distance themselves from euthanasia workshop.

Chemists distance themselves from euthanasia workshop. 13/11/2004. ABC News Online: "'If pharmacists were to help him they would be breaking the law and the guild would ask the pharmacy boards in each state and territory to prosecute them to the full extend of the law.

'The Pharmacy Guild believes in preserving life, not ending it.'"

Pope decries 'grave crisis' of values | World: "Pope John Paul II praised Portugal's visiting president Friday for his nation's conservative Catholicism, saying it could inspire hope amid a 'grave crisis' in modern values.

The pope also condemned euthanasia in a separate meeting with doctors, the second attack on the practice by the Vatican this week."

Click Here For Terminally-ill Luke is allowed to die

Telegraph | News | Terminally-ill Luke is allowed to die: "Luke Winston-Jones, the terminally ill baby whose level of medical care was determined by a High Court judge, died yesterday at Alder Hey Children's Hospital.

Merseyside Police confirmed last night that Luke's family had made a formal complaint over his death. The force said it would be carrying out an investigation. "

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Suicide shocks community: "On what seemed to be a typical Friday afternoon, the horrific sight of a woman burning astonished drivers caught in traffic, employees at nearby stores, and motorists pumping gas at the Xtra Fuel Gas Station on Greenbelt Road. "

Click Here For Foreign fighters now reviled by Fallujah residents

KR Washington Bureau | 11/12/2004 | Foreign fighters now reviled by Fallujah residents: "'We didn't want the occupation and we didn't want the terrorists, and now we have both,' said a Fallujah construction worker who gave his name as only Abu Ehab, 30. 'I didn't think the Arabs would be so vicious, and I never thought the Americans would be so unmerciful.' "

Click Here For Prominent pastor faces harsh sentence

WorldNetDaily: Prominent pastor faces harsh sentence: "A prominent Beijing house-church leader, found in possession of a massive cache of Bibles and Christian literature, faces a harsh sentence if convicted in his upcoming trial, according to Chinese contacts of the U.S. activist group Voice of the Martyrs.
Cai Zhuohua, 32, the leading minister to six house churches in Beijing, will be tried formally in court in the Chinese capital any day now, the Oklahoma-based group said. "

Friday, November 12, 2004

Click Here For Attacks on 'Passion,' Faith Failed

Attacks on 'Passion,' Faith Failed: "To the secularist, anti-Semitism is not the enemy; Christianity is the enemy. What motivated the hysterical charges against the movie, which obviously did not carry a message of hate was the fear, not that anti-Semitism would arise, but that Christianity would be promoted.

It is time that we face the fact that many an argument about separation of Church and State has nothing to do with the Constitution of the United States and everything to do with hatred of religion. The enemy is Judeo-Christianity and it is not merely Christians, but Jews as well, who should be warned and appalled by the attacks on belief. "

Click Here For California's Liberal Dictatorship and National Implications

California's Liberal Dictatorship and National Implications: "My debut book, 'California Dictatorship: How Liberal Extremism Destroyed Gray Davis,' describes the penalties facing Democrats at all levels for obstructing the will of the voters on almost every issue they cannot win at the ballot box or by legislation, while forcing their policies on a reluctant populace by judicial fiat.

Equally important is the level of public disdain and arrogance manifested by the representatives themselves in concert with loyal party operatives and a sympathetic elite press. "

Click Here For France Tries to Defend Attack on Ivory Coast

France Tries to Defend Attack on Ivory Coast: "France defended itself Friday against accusations by Ivory Coast authorities and some Western evacuees that it used excessive force in protecting foreigners against violent mobs during five days of upheaval in its former West African colony.

Ivorian government forces withdrew from rebel positions Friday, easing fears of a resumption of all-out civil war, as France and other countries continued to fly out thousands of foreigners. "

Kerry Strategists: Clintonistas Torpedoed Our Campaign Inside Cover Story: "Top strategists with John Kerry's presidential campaign are blaming his crushing defeat last week on bad advice from Clinton operatives who took over the campaign after Labor Day.

'When [James] Carville and [Stan] Greenberg tell reporters that the campaign was missing a defining narrative, they forget that they were the ones insisting we had to keep beating the domestic-issues drum,' complained David Thorne on Thursday. "

Click Here For Shut up and leave already!

WorldNetDaily: Shut up and leave already!: "When conservatives win, liberals freak. How else do you explain the thousands of social workers who had to be deployed in Florida and elsewhere to help the liberals cope with 'Post Election Shock Disorder'? When liberals aren't in power, they go into seizures. They give birth to fantastically sized farm creatures. They go on the cable shows and tell the country why the country was wrong for not having chosen them to lead. And they whine -- my gosh, the incessant whining.

Now, because the economy is good, liberal elitists like those quoted above are taking their very wealthy means and relocating -- and let me emphasize this next point -- WE NORMAL WORKING FOLKS DON'T CARE!

I have been saying this since the election, but liberals don't get it. In their mind they believe themselves the all knowing, all powerful and all insightful god of the universe. If you disagree, then you simply are evil scum that must be wiped from the face of existence. "

Click Here For Arafat the monster / News / Boston Globe / Opinion / Op-ed / Arafat the monster: "In a better world, the PLO chief would have met his end on a gallows, hanged for mass murder much as the Nazi chiefs were hanged at Nuremberg. In a better world, the French president would not have paid a visit to the bedside of such a monster. In a better world, George Bush would not have said, on hearing the first reports that Arafat had died, 'God bless his soul.'"

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WorldNetDaily: Sad Palestinian saga: "During my 24 years working as a journalist in Israel, the undying Yasser Arafat tried to kill me -- even if indirectly -- several times. The first attempt came in 1982 when at least four Soviet-supplied PLO rockets were fired at my white Volkswagen. This new and exciting experience came while I was driving to work for my maiden broadcast on the Voice of Hope -- a radio station located in south Lebanon. Since there were no other vehicles on the potted paved road at the time, it was clear that I was the intended target.

Arafat's gunners were aiming at me from a partially destroyed Crusader castle strategically perched on a hill above the road. By the grace of God, my car was not hit, although a couple of the rockets exploded a bit too close for comfort. "

Click Here For Another one bites the dust

WorldNetDaily: Another one bites the dust: "Who says we shouldn't rejoice when an evil person dies?
Certainly not the Bible.

In fact, Proverbs 11:10 says: 'When the wicked perish, there is shouting.' "

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WorldNetDaily: Selling sex in the U.S.A.: "Kinsey epitomized the latter. Like the socialists, progressives, Darwinists, atheists, humanists and assorted other God-deniers that paved the way for him, Kinsey regarded man as an animal -- and only an animal.

Remember, Kinsey was a zoologist. He liked to film the mating habits of animals. When he moved on to studying human beings, he regarded this new sex research as just a continuation of his previous work.
Think about it. If humans are just animals, without soul, spirit or afterlife, without accountability to God and His laws, without an obligation to wrestle with our own lower, fallen nature so our noble, higher, godly nature can bloom � if none of this is real, then there's just not much problem with Kinsey and his data. In that case, we are just animals � and whatever comes 'naturally' to animals, whatever impulses and drives they experience, even if they seem bizarre, cruel or predatory, are right for that animal. "

Thursday, November 11, 2004

Click Here For Left Wing Claims Exit Polls Were Accurate, Bush Stole Election

Left Wing Claims Exit Polls Were Accurate, Bush Stole Election -- 11/11/2004: "An emerging conspiracy theory among some political left wingers acccuses Republicans of stealing the 2004 presidential election. While many Americans wonder why Election Day exit polling was so inaccurate and showed Democrat John Kerry winning, liberal bloggers and activists insist the exit polls were correct and that Republican forces used fraud to help President Bush win re-election on Nov. 2.

But the controversy isn't confined to bloggers and activists."

Click Here For Claims About 'Moral Values' Dismay Liberals

Claims About 'Moral Values' Dismay Liberals: "The Rev. Thomas Reese, editor of the Jesuit weekly America, said John Kerry could have been more effective at portraying his goals - fairer wages, better health care - as 'moral values.'
'The Democratic Party seems almost embarrassed talking about family issues or religion,' he said.

A future battleground in the values tug-of-war will be for black and Hispanic support. Some conservatives believe wariness of gay marriage will enable Republicans to steadily win more of their votes."

Click Here For Democrats Refuse to Stop Choking on Election's Results

Democrats Refuse to Stop Choking on Election's Results: "No wonder that Sky News reported today that bitter Democrats were flocking to get psychiatric help for what shrinks are dubbing 'post-election selection trauma.'

'Florida trauma specialist' Douglas Schooler told the Boca Raton News he had already used intense hypnotherapy to ease the whining of 15 clients and friends since the election. 'I observed patients threatening to leave the country or staring listlessly into space,' Schooler said. 'They were emotionally paralyzed, shocked and devastated.'

Judging by the rage being displayed for a whole week now by the left-wing columnists of the New York Times, Boston Globe, Washington Post etc., Schooler could making a killing treating Kerry's fans in Big Media. "

Click Here For It Seems It's Not Over Inside Cover Story: "Kerry campaign counsel Dan Hoffheimer insists the inquiries are merely informational. 'We're not expecting to change the outcome of the election,' he told the Plain Dealer. 'We want to be sure that the public knows what really happened.'

Hoffheimer said he's responding to questions that have been raised on the Internet by Democrats who are still frustrated over Kerry's loss."

Click Here For How Kerry Really Won But Didn't Inside Cover Story: "CLAIM: Kerry really won Ohio.

There are still 155,000 or so uncounted provisional and absentee ballots. If by some miracle Kerry got almost all of them, he would win. A miracle. [Bush's Ohio margin of victory was 136,000 votes.]
Furthermore, there also were 93,000 'spoiled' ballots in Ohio that, had they gone to Kerry by a miraculously large margin ... uh, well, still wouldn't have been enough.

CLAIM: A voting machine in Franklin County, Ohio, recorded an extra 3,893 votes for Bush.

This is perfectly true, and one of at least two serious voting machine mistakes around the country. When the results cartridge of an older-generation machine was plugged in to the counter, it reported almost 4,000 extra votes for Bush, when only 638 people had voted in the precinct.

At the risk of being labeled part of the plot, I want to point out that they caught this obvious mistake. You can't "stuff" the ballot box. There is a signed, independent record of how many people voted.

CLAIM: Electronic voting machines in Carteret County, N.C., mysteriously "lost" more than 4,500 votes - most of the votes cast in the county election!

This one is true, too, and disturbing. According to the Carteret County News-Times, the county's machines counted only the first 3,005 votes and didn't count the rest.

The Carteret screwup didn't change the presidential outcome, but a couple of state races were close enough to be affected. Besides, the standard of "no harm, no foul" is not good enough. But I would point out that even this mistake was obvious and immediately detected.

CLAIM: Voting patterns in some Florida counties were suspicious because Bush got many more votes than the number of registered Republicans.

Several impressive-looking charts and graphs are flying around. MSNBC's Keith Olbermann singled out five Florida counties for what he called a "sudden" outbreak of "irregularities": Baker, Dixie, Holmes, Lafayette and Liberty.

In those counties, Republicans make up only 7 to 24 percent of registered voters. But Bush won there with between 64 and 78 percent of the vote.

How can this be? Easy. They are northern "Dixiecrat" counties where being a registered Democrat but voting Republican is an old habit. The same counties voted overwhelmingly for Bush in 2000, and his father in 1988 - when registered Republicans made up as little as 2 percent of the electorate!


Click Here For Kinsey Film Inside Cover Story: "'A film could have been produced that would have shown that side of Kinsey but also shown the hell that he released,' Peters added. 'That's part of Kinsey's legacy -- AIDS, abortion, the high divorce rate, pornography � and there's not anything in the film to connect him with it.'"

Click Here For Hollywood: The dark side of the moon

WorldNetDaily: Hollywood: The dark side of the moon: "Speaking of Charlton Heston, I have to relate a personal anecdote. A few years ago, my wife and I were at a dinner party with five other couples. All the men worked or had worked in the industry as writers, directors or producers. After dinner, as we were sitting around having coffee, someone started to say something insulting about Mr. Heston. One of the others quickly agreed. Soon, everyone was trashing the man. Finally, I piped up and said, 'Well, agree with him or not, you have to give him credit for having the courage to voice a contrary opinion in this town. After all, he is an actor for hire.'
Well, nobody would acknowledge what I regarded as an obvious fact of Hollywood life. I mean, in a town in which people will readily admit they're drunks or drug addicts, Heston was one of the few people who ever had the nerve to be openly conservative. These people hated Heston so much � a man who had walked shoulder to shoulder with Martin Luther King in Selma � that they could not even give him credit for having the courage of his convictions.
The part I really loved was when one of the guests, who had begun to think that I wasn't quite as liberal as he had suspected, finally asked me if I owned any guns. When I said I didn't, you could see the entire room relax � apparently I wasn't as terrible as they had thought. Then I pointed to my wife and said, 'I don't, but she does.' It was delightful to see 10 jaws drop to the floor. "

Click Here For Hollywood: The dark side of the moon

WorldNetDaily: Hollywood: The dark side of the moon: "Something else you'll notice about Hollywood celebrities is that they're very outspoken, just as long as they're addressing the choir. But, you rarely see them placing themselves in a situation where they have to debate the issues. In fact, some years ago, long before Alzheimer's set in, Charlton Heston offered to debate Ms. Streisand on the subject of guns, all the money collected to go to the charity of her choice. No chance. "

Click Here For Hollywood: The dark side of the moon

WorldNetDaily: Hollywood: The dark side of the moon: "When I titled my book, 'Conservatives Are From Mars, Liberals Are From San Francisco,' I could have substituted 'Hollywood' for 'San Francisco.' It really is another planet. It is filled with high-school drop-outs and drama majors making millions of dollars a year and thinking they should tell everybody else how to think.

What you must never forget with these people is that most of them took acting classes, and the No. 1 lesson they learned is to get in touch with their feelings. And, so, that's what they do. Which only serves to divorce them even further from whatever thought processes they might possess. They can depict emotions and action, but where most of them fall short is in suggesting that they are thinking about anything at all, except for the size of their trailer and their back-end points. "

Click Here For Why we're a divided nation

WorldNetDaily: Why we're a divided nation: "The best thing the president and Congress can do to heal our country is to reduce the impact of government on our lives. Doing so will not only produce a less divided country and greater economic efficiency, but bear greater faith and allegiance to the vision of America held by our founders -- a country of limited government."

Click Here For Misunderestimated ... again

WorldNetDaily: Misunderestimated ... again: "About the president's intelligence, the New York Times wrote an article suggesting that Bush scored higher on his military intelligence tests than did John Kerry. When Tom Brokaw asked Kerry about this, Kerry replied that 'he must have been drinking the night before' he took the test. See, the only way Bush outscores Kerry is if Kerry is drunk. Note that for Kerry, he'd rather admit drinking the night before an important military aptitude test than to rethink his position about the president's intelligence.
Actor Danny Glover, on a promotional tour in Brazil, called the president 'racist.' Said Glover, 'Yes, he's racist ... We all knew that, but the world is only finding it out now.' Yet this 'racist' president increased his percentage of the black vote from approximately 8 percent to about 11 percent -- still small, but this represents a 37 percent increase. "

"During one of those all-too-predictable pre-election Hollywood anti-Bush events, Whoopi Goldberg made vulgar references to her genitalia while using the president's last name. John Kerry, when asked about it, said that every performer 'conveyed the heart and soul of America.' One Hollywood leftist told me that Democrats need to improve their tactics.

'They still don't get it. Americans support strong national defense, lower taxes, less government, believe in faith and family as traditionally defined, and support restrictions on abortion.

'They just don't get it. Still.'"

Click Here For Hollywood brought Kerry down

WorldNetDaily: Hollywood brought Kerry down: "In reality, the No. 1 moral issue for most Americans is not gay marriage, but the foul and sleazy culture which is destroying their children's innocence. And it was John Kerry's alignment with Hollywood and its celebrities -- who came out in full force for his elevation -- that ultimately did him in. "

Click Here For Olbermann can 'Countdown,' but can he count up?

WorldNetDaily: Olbermann can 'Countdown,' but can he count up?: "In a major report on 'Countdown With Keith Olbermann' last Monday, Olbermann revealed that Bush's win in Florida -- and thus the election -- was 'attributable largely to largely Democratic districts suddenly switching sides and all voting for Mr. Bush at the same time'! You know Keith Olbermann is heart-attack serious when he starts using 'largely' twice in the same sentence. "

Wednesday, November 10, 2004

Click Here For The Passion vs. Golden Globes Inside Cover Story: "By the way, Michael Moore, so amusingly portrayed as a slovenly America-hating terrorist bomber in the comedy film 'Team America,' is excluded from all categories. The foreign press group frets that it has no prize for documentaries. "

Click Here For Hispanic Independence and Bush Victory Inside Cover Story: "'Hispanic Voters Declared Their Independence,' the liberal paper headlined in Tuesday's editions.

'... in the end, Mr. Bush won 44 percent of the Hispanic vote, more than any Republican presidential candidate in at least three decades.

'That tally, more than 10 percentage points higher than he received in 2000, shattered the Democrats' hopes that a growing Hispanic population would help Mr. Kerry in Colorado or New Mexico, or perhaps even Florida.'"

Click Here For Sen. Miller vs. Maureen Dowd Inside Cover Story: "Mocking 'Maureen Loud' as a 'highbrow hussy from New York City' and 'that redheaded woman over at the New York Times,' the senator fumed at her and other elitists' attacks on the Christian voters who re-elected President Bush.

We don't ask her to worship in our church in Young Harris, Ga., Miller said, but we do ask that they not mock our religion.

'Jesus was a better role model than Michael Moore' for voters, Imus said. Democrats cannot show such contempt for Christians if they want to win elections, he agreed."

Click Here For CBS News' Low Ratings Inside Cover Story: "Ever since Democrat operative Rather tried to throw the election for Kerry by making a fool of himself with his phony National Guard 'documents,' the American public has avoided his broadcasts more than ever. So, what sort of retirement package might he be offered? "

Click Here For Wisdom From Our First Black President Inside Cover Story: "Ex-president Bill Clinton singled out the issue of gay marriage last night as the leading cause of John Kerry's defeat in last Tuesday's election.

In a quote omitted from wire service coverage of Clinton's speech to Utica, N.Y.'s Hamilton College, the ex-president said: 'Gay marriage was an overwhelming factor in the defeat of John Kerry.'"

Click Here For American Al Qaeda Unmasked?

ABC News: American Al Qaeda Unmasked?: "U.S. officials believe with a high degree of confidence that missing Southern Californian Adam Gadahn is the self-described American al Qaeda who threatened to kill thousands of his countrymen in a videotape obtained and broadcast by ABC News two weeks ago.
'No, my fellow countrymen you are guilty, guilty, guilty, guilty,' the man identified only as 'Azzam the American' said. 'After decades of American tyranny and oppression, now it's your turn to die. Allah willing, the streets of America will run red with blood matching drop for drop the blood of America's victims.' "

Click Here For Tales of Our First Black President

My Way News: "Former President Clinton, noting an 'astonishing turnout among evangelical Christians' in this year's election, warned Tuesday that Democrats 'cannot be nationally competitive when we don't feel comfortable talking about our convictions.'"

Click Here For 'Clintonian childish perversity' finally dies

WorldNetDaily: 'Clintonian childish perversity' finally dies: "'American culture has not disintegrated; we're not going to keep heading down into a bottomless cultural barrel. We're in the bottom of a generational cycle that our country has gone through before and will again. Our nightmare of degeneracy will soon be coming to an end.'

Wheeler explains that it's the generation of those Americans born since 1982 that will lead a return to morality, calling them 'the same kind of generation as the Greatest Generation of World War II (born 1901-1924). This is the generation that will literally regenerate cultural decency in America.' "

Click Here For How 9-11 commission covered up mass murder

WorldNetDaily: How 9-11 commission covered up mass murder: "Kerry and Gore both understood something that even Clarke and Gorelick might not have. The Mega Fix has little to do with national security and a whole lot to do with politics. Like just about everything else the Clinton White House did, the Mega Fix appears to be improvised, ill-organized and ad hoc. It has proven effective, thanks largely to the witless complicity of the American media, particularly the New York Times. "

Click Here For Evolution Disclaimer

ACLJ | American Center for Law & Justice: "A warning sticker in suburban Atlanta science textbooks that says evolution is 'a theory, not a fact' was challenged in federal court Monday as an unlawful promotion of religion.

Cobb County schools put the disclaimers in three biology texts two years ago, after more than 2,000 parents complained the books presented evolution as fact without mentioning rival ideas about the origin of life."

Click Here For Kinsey and Fraud

Potshots at Home Schooling - The New American - November 1, 2004: "For these zealous cultists, Kinsey's 'sex science' tomes, Sexual Behavior in the Human Male (1948) and Sexual Behavior in the Human Female (1953), have become the new holy writ. They will not tolerate any facts that tarnish Kinsey's deity status or that challenge his gospel of sexual license. However, the truth is out, the facts are undeniable. Kinsey's sensational 'research' turns out to be not scientific at all, but outright fraud. In order to undo traditional moral norms, Kinsey had to perpetrate the lie that all kinds of perverse sexual practices were 'normal.' According to Kinsey, anything goes: promiscuity, pornography, prostitution, adultery, sodomy, pedophilia, group sex, sadomasochism, even incest. To support his outlandish claims, Kinsey intentionally skewed his population sample by secretly stacking his 'research' with selected cohorts from the most sexually disordered populations: rapists, child molesters, prison inmates, homosexual activists, the 'feeble minded,' and prostitutes."

Click Here For Kerry and the Black Vote

Illinois Conservative Politics: "The huge observation by those same op-ed writers is this - how could the election have ended up as the great debate between moral virtue and entitlements?

Maybe there is no shame in some circles anymore but I talk to thousands of folks everyday who tell me that they are now sad at this reality.

In the election that redefined the debate over morality and biblical virtues in our time - by and large - the African American church could no longer count itself among the community of values. "

Tuesday, November 09, 2004

Click Here For Condemned to hopeless labor

WorldNetDaily: Condemned to hopeless labor: "Comments and mindsets such as these don't just conflict with the vast majority of Americans, they are repugnant to the vast majority of Americans -- whether they be people of faith or not. "

Click Here For Hey Hollywood left: Don't let the door hit you in the asininity

WorldNetDaily: Hey Hollywood left: Don't let the door hit you in the asininity: "Since George W. Bush took office, the percentage of celebrities threatening to leave the country has increased dramatically. Unfortunately, the percentage actually leaving hasn't budged.

'Leaving the country' is thrown around by the liberal elite as if it's supposed to carry some sort of weight in an election, as if we'll stand in the polling booth and say to ourselves, 'I was going to vote for Bush, but I really don't want Cher to move to Italy.' In the last two elections, threats by all sorts of whiffle-brained Left Coast actors to go into permanent exile have been answered by the public with a loud and clear: 'Who cares?' "

Click Here For Hooooray for Hollywood

OpinionJournal - Leisure & Arts: "As Election Day approached, celebrity activists had aroused enough resentment that they even turned up as sanctimonious villains in the counterterrorism spoof 'Team America: World Police.' Puppets representing Alec Baldwin, Susan Sarandon, Samuel L. Jackson and Matt Damon allied themselves with the puppet version of the diabolical Kim Jong Il, and suffered decapitation, evisceration and other gruesome fates on screen--while audiences reportedly roared their approval in multiplexes across the country."

Click Here For Blogging As Typing, Not Journalism

CBS News | Blogging As Typing, Not Journalism | November 8, 2004�15:30:22: "One of the more self-important of these blog-ops, Andrew Sullivan, declared in a newspaper article in September that the internet upstarts had become, along with cable-TV, the new 'powerbrokers in American politics and culture,' primed to unseat 'old media.' In another piece he compared the new and old thusly: 'Critics of blogs cite their lack of professionalism. Piffle. The dirty little secret of journalism is that it really isn't a profession, it's a craft. All you need is a telephone and a conscience and you're all set.' That hubris was rampant through much of blogland as election night rolled round. "


WorldNetDaily: OBSESSED WITH SEX: "....There's only one problem:
Kinsey, the 'heroic scientist' whose 'research' launched the sexual revolution and provides the 'scientific' basis for it to this very day, was a fraud.

He relied on interviews with hundreds of prisoners and sexual psychopaths, while pretending he was surveying normal citizens. He threw out large amounts of data that didn't fit his predetermined conclusions. He encouraged his wife and fellow 'scientists' to engage in wild group sex, and filmed these sessions in his attic. "

Click Here For Why Democrats are tagged as the party without values

WorldNetDaily: Why Democrats are tagged as the party without values: "To most Americans, Michael Moore is a Marxist who has utter contempt for most of his fellow Americans, who goes abroad and tells huge audiences how stupid and venal his country is, and in his dishonest propaganda film, portrays the American military as callous buffoons. Yet, this radical was given the most honored seat at the Democratic Party convention in Boston, next to former President Jimmy Carter.

To most Americans, Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton are race-baiting demagogues. Yet they are heroes to the Democratic Party. Most Americans do not see their country as the bigoted and racist nation regularly depicted by both black and white Democratic leaders. "

Click Here For How GOP can win the black vote

WorldNetDaily: How GOP can win the black vote: "Educate on the connection between the social agenda and the economic agenda. Ownership and self reliance grow out of faith and family. Black household wealth remains pathetically low compared to white household wealth. Blacks need private Social Security accounts more than whites. But this community needs education on this and other economic issues. "

Click Here For Give Me A Break "More than a dozen traumatized John Kerry supporters have sought and received therapy from a licensed Florida psychologist since their candidate lost to President Bush, the Boca Raton News learned Monday.
Boca Raton trauma specialist Douglas Schooler said he has treated 15 clients and friends with "intense hypnotherapy" since the Democratic nominee conceded last Wednesday.

"I had one friend tell me he's never been so depressed and angry in his life,' Schooler said. 'I observed patients threatening to leave the country or staring listlessly into space. They were emotionally paralyzed, shocked and devastated.'"

Monday, November 08, 2004

Click Here For Ramblings' Journal: Dr. Alveda King appearing in ad for

Ramblings' Journal: Dr. Alveda King appearing in ad for "VirtueMedia's newest film commercial, starring Dr. Alveda King, outspoken pro-life advocate and niece of the legendary Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The commercial reveals the Black Genocide of abortion, that is plaguing African American Communities in America. "

Click Here For La Shawn Barber's Corner -- Ebonics In Anti-Bush Ads

La Shawn Barber's Corner -- Ebonics In Anti-Bush Ads: "Anti-Bush advertisements for the general population assume an intelligent and inquisitive audience. The "black ads' don't.

My opinion on this? I think the use of 'black English', or whatever it's called, in the media targeting blacks is demeaning. But obviously most blacks either aren't upset about it or don't care. I suppose Madison Avenue and all the others portray blacks as perennial slang-speakers for the same reason John Kerry can get away with pushing increased government dependency and subsidized housing to a crowd of blacks."

My Fair Lady , a CurtainUp Berkshire review

My Fair Lady , a CurtainUp Berkshire review: "Have you no morals, man? -- Colonel Pickering, when Alfred Doolittle displays his willingness to profit from Professor Higgins's interest in his daughter which he is sure is not strictly linguistic.
Nah. Can't afford none. Neither could you, if you were as poor as me -- Doolittle"

The Plays

The Plays: "PICKERING (a Gentleman): Have you no morals, man?
DOOLITTLE (a poor dustman): Can't afford them, Governor."

George Bernard Shaw

George Bernard Shaw: "Shaw treats morality as a luxury of the rich: 'Have you no morals, man?' asks Pickering. 'Can't afford them, Governor,' replies the dustman, Doolittle. "

Daily Mirror Online

Daily Mirror Online: "Pickering: ' Have you no morals, man'
Doolittle: 'Can't afford them Guvnor'" | Human rights | Human rights: "IN SHAW'S Pygmalion, Colonel Pickering asks Alfred Doolittle whether he has no morals. Can't afford them, governor, the philanderer replies; Neither could you if you was as poor as me. Morals are costly to maintain.... "

Pygmalion (1938 b 96')

Pygmalion (1938 b 96'): "Doolittle asks Higgins for five pounds and says he can't afford morals, because as the undeserving poor he is up against middle-class morality. "

My Fair Lady - Review - My Fair Lady - Great storyline

My Fair Lady - Review - My Fair Lady - Great storyline: "This shows that Doolittle wasn't a very loving father as he had no affection towards his daughter and that he had no morals whatsoever but as he later says he ' can't afford them '."

My Fair Lady (1964)

My Fair Lady (1964): "Pickering: Have you no morals, man?
Doolittle: No, no. Can't afford them, governor. Neither could you if you was as poor as me. "

My Fair Lady

My Fair Lady: "Colonel Hugh Pickering: Have you NO morals, man?
Alfred P. Dolittle: Nah. Can't afford none. Neither could you, if you were as poor as me. "

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:: :: (xhtml): " And Stanley Holloway's Mr. Doolittle (who would probably have been written out by modern Hollywood) gets some of Shaw's most pointed lines. 'Have you no morals?' Higgins asks him. 'No. I can't afford them.' "

Destination Hollywood Tribute to My Fair Lady

Destination Hollywood Tribute to My Fair Lady: "Colonel Pickering (Wilfred Hyde-White):
'Have you NO morals, man?'
Alfred P. Doolitte (Stanley Holloway):
'Nah. Can't afford none. Neither could you, if you were as poor as me.' "

My Fair Lady Movie Quotes and Trivia

My Fair Lady Movie Quotes and Trivia: "Wilfrid Hyde-White (Colonel Hugh Pickering): Have you NO morals, man?
Alfred P. Doolittle: Nah. Can't afford none. Neither could you, if you were as poor as me. "


Quotations: "QUOTATION: Pickering: Have you no morals, man? Doolittle: Can�t afford them, Governor. Neither could you if you was as poor as me. "


Have you no morals, man?

No! I can't afford 'em, Governor. Neither could you if you was as poor as me."

My Fair Lady

My Fair Lady: "Pickering:Have you no morals man?
Alfred P. Doolittle:No, no, I can't afford 'em, gov'ner. Neither could you if you was as poor as me."

Review: My Fair Lady

Review: My Fair Lady: "At one point, Higgins' colleague, Colonel Pickering (Wilfred Hyde White), shocked by Doolittle's callous attitude, inquires, 'Have you no morals, man?' To which Doolittle calmly replies, 'Nah. Can't afford none. Neither could you, if you were as poor as me.' "

ACT II Page 6

ACT II Page 6: "PICKERING. Have you no morals, man?
DOOLITTLE [unabashed] Can't afford them, Governor. Neither could you if you was as poor as me. Not that I mean any harm, you know. But if Liza is going to have a bit out of this, why not me too? "


Pygmalion: "10. When Alfred Doolittle says he is willing to sell his daughter for fifty pounds, Pickering asks him if he has no morals. Alfred says what in response?
(A) 'What's the good of morals?'
(B) 'Have you any?'
(C) 'Can't afford them.'
(D) 'My wife won't let me have any.'"

Memorable Quotes from My Fair Lady (1964)

Memorable Quotes from My Fair Lady (1964): "Colonel Hugh Pickering : Have you NO morals, man?
Alfred P. Doolittle : Nah. Can't afford none. Neither could you, if you were as poor as me."

Click Here For Declares Victories Inside Cover Story: "Here's another spectacular MoveOn achievement:

'Thanks in part to hundreds of our phone calls to our Representatives, the House voted to save 300,000 acres of old growth forest from clearcutting. If the Senate follows suit, the trees will live.'

We're sure Mr. Soros is delighted that his millions were so well spent."

Click Here For Gentle Words from Kerry Inside Cover Story: "'Sir, I don't have it,' Nicholson replied, after rummaging in the bags.

'Marvin, f---!' Kerry barked.

Press secretary David Wade tried to help, offering Kerry his own brush, but the temperamental billionaire rejected the help.

'I'm not using Wade's brush,' he shot back, before cursing at his butler again. 'Marvin, f---, it's my Time photo shoot.'"

Click Here For How the Dems lost it

New York Daily News - Home - Mortimer Zuckerman: How the Dems lost it: "Once champions of the little guy, now they're seen as out-of-touch elitists

Democrats are agonizing, as well they should, over how they could have lost the election so badly when they had so many issues going their way. After all, the vast bulk of middle- and working-class Americans are being financially squeezed between slowly rising wages and escalating costs for oil, health care and education, and the war on terrorism is seen through the prism of TV news on Iraq, which focuses on horrific pictures of terrorist violence.

Yet President Bush not only won reelection convincingly, he saw his party expand its majorities in the House and Senate. The Democratic Party should have been riding a wave of popular support. After all, it has always cast itself as the party of the little guy fighting against the GOP, the party of the wealthy. "

Click Here For The Man Behind the Left's Money

The Man Behind the Left's Money: "George Soros, you are wrong. You are on the wrong side of history, both the world's and your own. Your fans say you're "sincere," but sincerity is no excuse for stupidity.

I don't know how much money you spent trying to throw George Bush out of power. Whatever amount it is, I look upon it as a traffic fine for speeding the wrong way down an important highway. Let it be a lesson to you.

And George, my note to you in 1989 is now null and void. I no longer have the appetite to question you about anything.

And if you should ever somehow gain admission to my home, George, there's no need to sneak into my bedroom and look at the walls.

You're not there."

Click Here For Sure Signs Backfired on Kerry, Dems

Sure Signs Backfired on Kerry, Dems: "The bin Laden tape backfired, telling the American electorate that the arch-terrorist was rooting for a Kerry victory.
The dozens of anti-Bush books that were cranked out for the past three years are now gathering dust.
The "Bush lied" mantra will go down in history as the catchphrase that failed.
The Democratic National Committee and its rabble-rousing chieftain, Terry McAuliffe, are now officially retro.
The headline-grabbing efforts of Joseph Wilson, Richard Clarke and all the other anti-Bush writers failed miserably.
The pollsters are finished, with Zogby dead last.
The mainstream media are finished. "

Click Here For Bush Re-Election 2004: Armageddon Redux

Bush Re-Election 2004: Armageddon Redux: "The 2004 presidential election proved that the media, Hollywood and the Democratic Party don't reflect mainstream America, and that the Nielsen TV Ratings are more reliable than polls. There's a silent majority of people out there who appear to be busy watching Fox News on a regular basis and jacking up that network's ratings, while letting calls from pollsters go straight through to their answering machines.

But of course, now it isn't just Bush who's the moron -- it's the slack-jawed yokel majority that voted for him. The long-suppressed truth is now out: The party purporting to be for 'the people' doesn't tend to look very fondly on its constituency.

The reaction to Bush's re-election been equally hyperbolic abroad. Britain's Daily Mirror blasted, 'How can 59,054,087 [Americans] be so dumb?' Pretty tough talk coming from a country full of people who have yet to master the toothbrush."

Click Here For The Wisdom of the Electoral College

The Wisdom of the Electoral College: "Some of us forget that old motto 'Absolute power corrupts absolutely' had a sister motto, 'The accumulation of all powers, legislative, executive, and judiciary, in the same hands, whether of one, a few, or many, and whether hereditary, self-appointed, or elective, may justly be pronounced the very definition of tyranny.'

That is, there were three extremes that tended to tyranny: monarchy, aristocracy and democracy. That's right: Democracy was on the list and was considered by most of the Founders the worst form of all.

Madison noted in Federalist 10, 'Democracies have ever been spectacles of turbulence and contention, have ever been found incompatible with personal security or the rights of property; and have ever been as short in their lives as they have been violent in their deaths.'
Hamilton noted at the Constitutional Convention that 'the fate of Republican government' hinges upon 'due stability.' Democracies were not stable: 'If we incline too much to democracy, we shall soon shoot into a monarchy.'"

Click Here For The Electoral College and the U.S. Presidential Elections -- Revisited

The Electoral College and the U.S. Presidential Elections � Revisited: "The Founders chose an Electoral College for the election of our chief executives -- i.e., President and Vice President --� because of their vast knowledge of history, philosophy and unchanging human nature. They knew from ancient history that destructive passions could be aroused by self-serving demagogues at moments of social unrest and economic crises, leading to political violence and the overthrow of legitimate authorities.(1) The door is thus opened for the advent of anarchy, followed by despotic rule, as 'order' is restored at the expense of individual liberty.

The stabilizing and constitutional functions of the Electoral College remain as important today as they were intended to be by the framers at the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia in 1787 and through subsequent chapters of American history.

In 1800, when neither Thomas Jefferson nor Aaron Burr received a majority of votes cast by the Electoral College, the U.S. House of Representatives, as the Constitution demanded, elected Jefferson by one vote, ending the impasse. Both Jefferson and Burr were running on the Democratic-Republican ticket, defeating soundly their Federalist opponents. "

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Jacques Chirac's Wrong War in the Wrong Place at the Wrong Time: "P.S. Am I eligible to run for president of France? "

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Mea Culpa: I Am a Pollster, Not a Predictor: "Why did Kerry lose? I think several factors explain it. First, he wasted too much time talking about his military background and trying to persuade the 48 percent of the voters who would never vote for him that he could handle the war on terror. In this regard, he wasted his own convention, where he should have rallied his own base and set himself up for the negative campaigning that would raise all of the important questions about his past, his judgment and his persona.

Second, he didn't say anything to his base. Principally, Kerry's core constituency was against the war in Iraq. While the senator changed his focus to more criticism of the war, the fact was that he supported the president, opposed funding for the troops, and never offered an alternative scenario. He tried to be all over the place and ended up no place at all.

Lastly, Kerry just didn't connect with voters. This isn't just the obvious criticism about his personality. It is metaphoric of the entire Democratic Party, which simply doesn't understand the religiosity of most Americans, the needs of the heartland that go well beyond bread and butter. How else to explain the many voters who told us that they have been left behind by the economy and still voted for the incumbent?"

Click Here For Bush Victory Worse Than 9/11? Inside Cover Story: "'This way out attitude, I'm afraid, is what contributed to our loss Tuesday. How mainstream is it to believe that an election loss is more depressing than one of the worst days in the history of our land?' "

Click Here For Out of Touch Inside Cover Story: "Some of the folks who are doing this writing are just as much out of touch with the red states, and America outside the elite Eastern seaboard and pockets in the West, as the Democrats.'

On Friday, Krugman had written that Bush is 'a radical' who leads 'a coalition that deeply dislikes America.'

A day before, Dowd had complained: 'The president got reelected by dividing the country along fault lines of fear, intolerance, ignorance and religious rule.'"

Click Here For Kerry Met With Terrorists Inside Cover Story: "In a bombshell development that could have turned President Bush's victory into a landslide had it come out before the election, John Kerry wrote in his Vietnam War diary that he met with 'terrorists' in Paris - a revelation that 'flabbergasted' his running mate, John Edwards."

Saturday, November 06, 2004

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World Government, Global Regulatory Bodies.: "We are witnessing a clear emmergance of
a rule by experts and powerful elites
to the exclusions of all civil oversight,
and public, democratic process. While the
press releases may crow about transparent
this and consultation that the fact is no
legitimate involvement is permited beyond
a closed circle of interests. "

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The UN One World Government - The New World Order !: "'The American people will never knowingly adopt Socialism. But under the name of 'liberalism' they will adopt every fragment of the Socialist program, until one day America will be a Socialist nation, without knowing how it happened.' Norman Thomas, for many years U.S. Socialist Presidential candidate. "

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Dennis L. Cuddy Ph., D. -- Global Ethics And World Government: "Concerning the movement toward a one-world government today, if the power elite are to accomplish their objectives, traditional values would, of course, have to be undermined. In that regard, education has played a critical role for many years, and a typical example can be found in The Tenth Yearbook of the National Education Association's Department of Superintendence, published in February 1932, and titled Character Education, in which one reads:
'Relativity must replace absolutism in the realm of morals as well as in the spheres of physics and biology.
'...If the individual is to be happy in the contemporary order, he must be open-minded with respect to new values and new arrangements.
'...Loyalty to the family must be merged into loyalty to the community, loyalty to the community into loyalty to the nation, and loyalty to the nation into loyalty to mankind. The citizen of the future must be a citizen of the world.
'...Also, within the limits of a particular society, individualistic and competitive impulses must be subordinated increasingly to social and cooperative tendencies. "

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Walter Cronkite Endorses World Government: "Walter Cronkite, the longtime liberal anchorman for the CBS Evening News, has given a speech before the World Federalist Assocation in which he has openly called for the establishment of world government. Cronkite's association with the World Federalists has been known for years, but in this speech he discloses that he was asked 50 years ago to be a Washington lobbyist for the group. 'I chose instead to continue in the world of journalism,' Cronkite said. 'For many years, I did my best to report on the issues of the day in as objective a manner as possible. when I had my own strong opinions, as I often did, I tried not to communicate them to my audience.' "

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SL - World Government: "We cannot for the lives of us figure out how MORE GOVERNMENT equals more freedom! That, in fact, is an oxymoron. More government always means less freedom.

So, who are the idiots who want us to believe that their extra layer of government - at a global level - will make us more free? Obviously, they have nothing but contempt for us because they obviously believe we're stupid enough to fall for that idea! Well, who are they?

Well, the people who think they're so smart that they can centrally plan and control the economy and still have a free-market system are the ones. A cabal of wealthy, elitist control freaks wants for us to 'swallow' the fallacy (sounds obscene, doesn't it?) that their additional government will make us more free - when they in fact believe they should rule the world - actually exists and are even in the open these days. "


A WORLD GOVERNMENT BY STEALTH: "The concept of World Government is not new, the term has been bandied about for years and when the United Nations was set up after the Second World War many saw it as the forerunner of such a government. Indeed if you listened to a recent comment by Kofi Annan, the UN Secretary, you could be forgiven for thinking that it was already here. Mr Annan stated that only the UN Security Council can authorise the international use of force; and that a nation's sovereignty no longer protects it from intervention should the UN determine that human rights are being violated. Although he doesn't seem to think this applies to Russia's recent intervention in Chechnya, for some undisclosed reason. "

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Moving rapidly towards World Government: "So how balanced can your news be when we are restricted to four owners of information dissemination and only five wire services? In newsprint it's worse! Of the approximately 1500 American newspapers less than 300 are independently owned. That means that editorial policy for all the other 1200 newspapers is centrally made, and content as well as direction is dictated from some far away central operational headquarters. Since all the aforementioned news and media moguls are members of the Bilderbergers you won't soon read about their antics in any source that they control."


ONE WORLD GOVERNMENT: "It is shocking that an organization with so much money behind it, and so much political clout has allowed this all too happen in fact they are responsible for it."

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Hillary, Cronkite call for World Government: "Where was the mainstream news media when Hillary Clinton introduced Walter Cronkite to the World Federalist Association on Oct. 19? Television cameras focused on Hillary's baseball cap; it is far more important that voters know where she stands on the issue of national sovereignty. Not until WorldNetDaily reported the Cronkite speech Nov. 30, did Americans discover that both Hillary and Walter are avid advocates of world government."

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One World Government: "I believe that predatory people are attracted to political power and government like flies to poop. This is not to say that government is unnecessary. It is necessary. Nor is it to say that all or most public officials are predatory. But, due to the attraction of the pungent smell of political power, a disproportionate number of them are.
Worse, they multiply themselves by teaching citizens, even innocent and impressionable children, to be predatory. For example, they publicly say things like 'those who have profited so greatly from our country have profited at the expense of hard working Americans', or, in an earlier version from the 1930s, 'the Jewish bloodsuckers, who have profited so greatly from our country, have profited at the expense of hard working Germans'. Leaders who say such things inspire envy, hate, juvenile delinquency, crime, anarchy, genocide, and warfare.
All governments attract predators, and (thus) are corrupted. It is axiomatic. More powerful governments contain more predatory people. It is a proportional relationship. Thus, a world government could be expected to be the most predatory and corrupt regime ever seen, producing an overpowering stench. "

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Liberty Australia:World Government Expose.: "Whether you realise it, doubt it, don't believe it, or do not know a thing about it,
world government is never the less looming ever closer to achieving it's goals.
It is very clear that this will NOT be a government for the people,
private money is conquering all nations and every aspect of YOUR life. "


WHY I AM OPPOSED TO A ONE WORLD GOVERNMENT: "There is nothing new about one world rule. From a political and economic point of view ruling the world means controlling everything one can reach that is worth controlling. Alexander conquered the whole world that he could reach and the treatment of those he conquered serves as a model for the realities of life under a world dictatorship. Rome also conquered pretty much the whole world that it was aware of (until it hit Germania). Life was pretty good if you happened to live in the capital city within walking distance of the Colloseum and the Circus Maximus, but everywhere else life was made harsh by Roman rule, else there would have been no need for legions located across the empire to stamp out rebellions by the tax-weary populace. All conquerors like to boast that they are a benefit to the conquered, but common sense and history shows this to be a self-serving lie. Whether you are Caesar, Hitler, or Bush, if you use military might to force your way of life on another, then the people being forced clearly do not agree that the way of life of the conquerors is a blessing.
One World Government is just the vanity of some tyrant wanting to say, 'I own it all', and like Alexander, who deliberately shattered his kingdom upon his death so that nobody else could be the ruler of the world, such ego maniacs could care less about the population living under that one world rule. It's all about their name in the history books and on monuments and no matter how many have to die for it.
One world rule is great for the rulers, terrible for the ruled. People who believe otherwise probably believe that the alien mother ship is arriving in the tail of the next comet. "

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World Government?: "World Government?
A reply to those who think the U.N. does not seek to govern the world.
by Daniel D. New"

Click Here For The World Government Constitution - Part 3

Archive | June 19, 2000 | The World Government Constitution - Part 3: "The mania to control and centralise is the unifying thread of the Constitution, even though the evidence of the last century has indisputably proved such central planning is always disastrous. The internet could never have evolved in communist countries with their centralisation and control. Yet despite the overwhelming evidence of centralisation's failure, utopians are still attracted to it. Even though they live in the most advanced societies, they want society to match some utopian dream."

Click Here For The World Government Constitution, Part 2

Archive | June 12, 2000 | The World Government Constitution, Part 2: "While it's admirable to work towards peace, only fools or ideologues deny the reality of human nature. As if the various nations will acquiesce for a start. As if the Mafia, the Triads and other criminal organizations are going to cease existing. The only way to attain the Pollyanna world these utopian socialists desire is to drug people, as described in Huxley's Brave New World. Such a 'peace', achieved at the cost of dehumanizing people, is not only worthless but satanically evil because it denies man's right to freely make moral choices - the essence of his humanity."

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Archive | June 5, 2000 | The World Government Constitution - Part 1: Proof that Socialists are fools: "World government? Surely only conspiracy theorists believe there's a plan for world government? Yes, that's what the politicians and the mainstream media have been saying until very recently. But now that it's imminent they're coming clean, and it's now chic to talk about world government, global citizens, the global village, and the global commons etc. Read the depressing details in 'Our Global Neighbourhood: the Report of the Commission on Global Governance.' The co-chairs were Ingvar Carlsson and Shridath Ramphal."

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World Big Brother government control 1984: "Efforts are going on on a world-wide basis to have a one-world government that would include a World Police. All peoples of the earth would be subject to this government and would pay taxes to it. In addition, national governments are exercising greater control over their citizens."

Click Here 1943 -- World Government Approved

In the Senate, March 9, 1943.
WHEREAS, it is necessary at the present juncture of human affairs to enlarge the bases of organized society by establishing a government for the community of nations. In order to preserve civilization and enable mankind to live in peace and be free, the following principles and objectives are hereby enunciated in

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Timeline to Global Governance: "Timeline to Global Governance"

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The New American - World Government by Design - February 25, 2002: "America's subservience to the United Nations and transformation into the world's policeman is not accidental but is part of a grand design to establish world government."

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Edwin J. Feulner: Left Without a Fix: "Back in the 1960s Lyndon Johnson had a big idea, and liberals ushered in a so-called "great society." Over the next 30 years the federal government poured more than $5 trillion into various programs, without producing a noticeable drop in poverty. In fact, the government was actually rewarding broken homes, illegitimacy and paying people not to work.

But in 1996, conservatives stepped in. Our idea included requiring that welfare recipients actually work or train to work if they wanted to receive a check. In the last eight years, child poverty and dependence have plummeted, and employment among single mothers has skyrocketed." How terrible!!!!

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Thomas Sowell: The oldest fraud: " The belief that liberal, left-wing or extremist movements are for the poor may or may not be the biggest fraud but it is certainly the oldest."

Thursday, November 04, 2004

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Tom DeWeese -- The World Becomes Ever More Bizarre: "Item 3. Former President Bill Clinton, according to a UPI report, has set his sights on becoming United Nations Secretary-General. A Clinton insider and a senior UN source have told United Press International that Clinton would like to be named leader of the world body when Kofi Annan�s term ends in 2006. Word is that UN leaders would flock to enthusiastically elect him. The only thing standing in his way to being head of the world is the reelection of George W. Bush, who would surely move to block Clinton's nomination.

That creates a massive dilemma for conservatives. If Bush is elected, Clinton's bid for the UN leadership can be stopped in 2006. However, if John Kerry is elected, that would effectively remove any chance of Hillary being elected President in 2008. The Clinton's have successfully put the nation in a vice. The Clinton's are coming at us from two sides. Which one do we choose? "

Click here For Twenty-Five Rules of Disinformation - The Politician's Credo

Twenty-Five Rules of Disinformation - The Politician's Credo: "5. Sidetrack opponents with name calling and ridicule. This is also known as the primary attack or the messenger ploy, though other methods qualify as variants of that approach. Associate opponents with unpopular titles such as 'kooks', 'right-wing', 'liberal', 'left-wing', 'terrorists', 'conspiracy buffs', 'radicals', 'militia', 'racists', 'religious fanatics', 'sexual deviates', and so forth. This makes others shrink from support out of fear of gaining the same label, and you avoid dealing with issues.

6. Hit and Run. In any public forum, make a brief attack of your opponent or the opponent position and then scamper off before an answer can be fielded, or simply ignore any answer. This works extremely well in Internet and letters-to -the-editor environments where a steady stream of new identities can be called upon without having to explain criticism reasoning -- simply make an accusation or other attack, never discussing issues, and never answering any subsequent response, for that would dignify the opponent's viewpoint.

7. Question motives. Twist or amplify any fact which could be taken to imply that the opponent operates out of a hidden personal agenda or other bias. This avoids discussing issues and forces the accuser on the defensive. "

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HealthDay: "Ninety million adult Americans, or nearly half the adult population, lack the ability to understand basic health information, severely compromising their ability to take care of themselves and their families."

Wednesday, November 03, 2004

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WorldNetDaily: Is politics the way?: "Black politicians and the civil-rights establishment take it as an act of faith that progress for black people requires racial politics and government programs. How about examining this vision with a few simple, common-sense questions? "

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WorldNetDaily: One of the better colleges: "They didn't want a few hugely populated states to determine who'd be president. So, although the number of electors from each state is determined by population, the founding fathers realized that the only way it would work is if it were winner-take-all, with the winning candidate taking all of a state's electoral votes, no matter how large or small his victory margin. They didn't want anybody to be elected simply because he was able to run up massive pluralities in a few states � they sought to ensure that the president represented the entire country. "

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WorldNetDaily: Advice for the politically lovelorn: "As I see it, in the aftermath of the president's re-election, the Democrats have two choices. One, they can disband and try to come back with a new name, the way a certain musician did. (At the very least, they could provoke some media interest if they suddenly answered to The Party Formerly Known as Democrat.) Or, two, they could take my suggestion and revert to the good old days. Back then, the bosses of a few well-oiled machines such as Tammany Hall in New York, Jim Pendergast in Missouri, and Richard Daley and Jake Arvey in Illinois, would retire to the proverbial smoke-filled room, cut a few deals, and settle on a presidential candidate. "

Click Here For The silent majority has once again spoken

WorldNetDaily: The silent majority has once again spoken: "John Kerry never thought it completely through when he decided at the Democratic National Convention to run for president as a hero of the Vietnam War.
He miscalculated the number of his fellow swiftboat veterans who were even today unwilling to give him a pass. He underestimated how many of us had studied then -- and remembered today -- the degree to which he supported the enemy when he decided to work with Madame Binh, the Viet Cong's top representative to the Paris Peace Talks. "


WHAT IS LIBERTARIANISM?: "Libertarians are thus opposed to collectivist ideologies of all types, be they of the left or of the right, which stress the primacy of the group: nation, social class, sexual or ethnic group, religious or language community, etc. They oppose all whose purpose it is to regiment individuals in the pursuit of collective goals. They do not deny the relevance of these collective identities, but claim that it is up to the individuals themselves to determine which groups they wish to belong and contribute to. It is not for the state, or for institutions that derive their power from the state, to impose their own objectives in a bureaucratic and coercive manner. "

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The Many Facets of Collectivism, by John T. Wenders: "Being offended is another industry of our popular culture. Again, it comes down to collectivism, this time group identity. Individuals now self-identify themselves, not with what they, individually, are and do, but with what others are and do, a group often conveniently defined by others. In popular culture, people get, and are encouraged to get, their identities from without, not within. When one gets his identity from associating with, or belonging to, something other than himself, he then becomes offended by any perceived questioning or attack on these other things. It is the group identity syndrome: an attack on others with whom a person identifies is viewed as an attack on that person.

This whole idea of being offended is a double-barrelled exercise in collectivism. To indiscriminately attack a group defined solely by the fact that they have something in common is, of course, often an exercise in illogical collectivism to begin with. Groups don't act, individuals do, and to attack a group for what individuals do is often logical only from a collectivist perspective. But this mistake is compounded on the other end when individuals self-identify with some group, and then take personal offense in an illogical attack on that group.

And even if one really does not take personal offense to something done to others, the group identity syndrome makes it beneficial to feign such offense. What is it that gives one the opportunity to gain the approval of others by feigning offense? It is, of course, because these others also get their identity by association with the feigner. And why would one want this approval of others by feigning offense? Again, it is because one's identity is tied not to one's self but to what one has in common with others -- identity from without rather than from within: collectivism. And, again, popular culture has spawned whole industries based on real or feigned offense."