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Saturday, March 05, 2005

Click Here For Why Terri Schiavo is pro-choice

WorldNetDaily: Why Terri Schiavo is pro-choice: "The primary person desiring Terri's state-sanctioned execution is her husband, Michael Schiavo. As hard as it may be to grasp, the adulterous wife-killer-to-be just might not have the clearest motives in the matter. And he is hoping that today the judges will finally withdraw all the temporary stays and allow his wife to be executed.

What a compassionate man he is! "

Friday, March 04, 2005

Home Burglaries � Invading Your Castle

Home Burglaries � Invading Your Castle: "The statistics for home burglaries are astonishing:

More than 6 million residential break-ins occur every year -- that is 1 every 10 seconds!

About half of all home burglaries are committed without force, through unlocked windows, patios and doors!

The average cost per break-in was approximately $1,500 (not including the costs of replacing any broken windows or doors)!

1 of every 10 homes will be burglarized this year in the United States -- will you be next?

So, what can you do to reduce your risk of having your home burglarized? Here are some superb ideas suggested by National Crime Prevention Council, Burglary Prevention Council, as well as law enforcement professionals:"

Tuesday, March 01, 2005

Click Here For Can liberalism survive? John Leo: Can liberalism survive? (3/7/05): "Worse, the cultural liberalism that emerged from the convulsions of the 1960s drove the liberal faith out of the mainstream. Its fundamental value is that society should have no fundamental values, except for a pervasive relativism that sees all values as equal. Part of the package was a militant secularism, pitched against religion, the chief source of fundamental values. Complaints about 'imposing' values were also popular then, aimed at teachers and parents who worked to socialize children.

Modern liberalism, says Harvard political philosopher Michael Sandel, has emptied the national narrative of its civic resources, putting religion outside the public square and creating a value-neutral 'procedural republic.' One of the old heroes of liberalism, John Dewey, said in 1897 that the practical problem of modern society is the maintenance of the spiritual values of civilization. Not much room in liberal thought for that now, or for what another liberal icon, Walter Lippmann, called the 'public philosophy.' The failure to perceive the importance of community has seriously wounded liberalism and undermined its core principles. So has the strong tendency to convert moral and social questions into issues of individual rights, usually constructed and then massaged by judges to place them beyond the reach of majorities and the normal democratic process."

Click Here For Progressing backward is not advancement

WorldNetDaily: Progressing backward is not advancement: "Apparently this group for the advancement of colored people not only views being able to read and write on a commensurate grade level as optional for black youth, but offensive to expect such ability. Being unable to pass a test with the required 40 percent -- a test that gives the student multiple opportunities to retake and pass it -- is not an insult to those favoring the advancement of coloreds. In their jaundiced view, the test is corrupt.

What we observe from these and the encyclopedia of examples that could be cited is twofold: First, we observe the extent of the leadership's dementia, if these are the types of civil-rights threatening actions they oppose. The other is just how anti-advancement the group has become. "

Click Here For Some suggestions for the Harvard faculty

WorldNetDaily: Some suggestions for the Harvard faculty: "Black history is unique. There is no other group whose ancestors were dragged here in chains and enslaved. What is it that we have in common with other groups who are labeled 'minority'?

'Minority,' of course, cannot be defined because it is a label that is purely political and used exclusively for politically motivated purposes. These purposes, through all sorts of attempts at special treatment, wind up producing the same dehumanization that we supposedly want to combat. "