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Useful idiots in the media

James Risen writes for this paper. He told them what he thinks, and it is not pretty.

Concerning useful idiots and managed news, Josef Goebbels said something profound, something people so often forger:

Texas textbooks: the creation side

Nick Lally weighs in on the Texas textbook controversy, or why there should be one.

The Texas State Board of Education will vote this fall on new biology textbooks for government high schools in Texas. Texas schools buy more textbooks than do most States, so as goes Texas, so goes the rest of the country. Yesterday The New York Times ran a piece about a controversy about the process. Six of twenty-eight members of a panel reviewing biology textbooks are, according to that article’s headline, “creationists.”

Constitution and citizenship challenge

Obamacare brought two circuits to a crossroads of the Constitution

For many months now we have listened as Mark Levin, Sean Hannity, Glenn Beck and many other conservative talk show hosts banter on and on about our precious Constitution. They advertise colleges such as Hillsdale and push books espousing the need to know, understand and abide by those founding documents. That is, until members of their audience actually do.

GOP: Trojan elephant?

TEA Party to GOP establishment: enough already.

Sarah Palin, probably out of respect for McCain, has been long silent on the marching orders she was given by the GOP during their 2008 campaign. She recently spoke out about the long list of areas she was not to discuss. Any one of which could very well have derailed the Obama Express. And now, Romney has just informed his supporters and contributors what little interest he had in becoming President. He would have quit his campaign if that great American conservative, Jeb Bush had decided to run. Now that’s commitment. Yes? Uh, no!

Passwords, please?

The government wants your password so it can bypass this dialog.

You can’t make this up. Now the government is demanding your password. Passwords for e-mail, on-line backup, social networking, you name it, the government might want it. If anyone had sent in a treatment of such a concept to producer Rod Serling, during his Twilight Zone days, that might have been too far out even for him. The problem: this isn’t in a treatment. So don’t look for any “story by” line to flash up before your eyes. This is for real.

Who is supporting this administration?

What difference does it make to Obama?

Good question: who is supporting the Obama administration?

Power is not only what you have but what the enemy thinks you have. – Saul Alinsky, “Rules for Radicals: A Practical Primer for Realistic Radicals,” p. 126

As the amnesty debate rages on, one has to ask: Why is it so important to this criminal administration to give a license to illegals to come into America? While most Americans are under the delusion that people favor this administration, the real question is, who exactly supports Barack Hussein Obama? Let’s go down memory lane and recollect just who (so you’ve been told) gives him all this support.

Media sleight of hand

James Risen writes for this paper. He told them what he thinks, and it is not pretty.

The fact stands true that if you’re not careful, the media will have you hating those that are being attacked and loving those that are doing the attacking.

Grounded talking-head conservatives

Has conservative salt losts its savor?

 

Compromise: An agreement between two men to do what both agree is wrong. – Lord Edward Cecil

The American people are inundated on a daily basis with unlawful bills being presented, passed, or signed by Obama. Meanwhile, scandals pop up all over the place around the administration…and instead of taking responsibility for his actions, Obama uses millions of tax-payer dollars to take a family vacation to Africa. The long train of abuses by the Obama administration has the American people in an outrage. And rightly so.

Edward Snowden and liberal hypocrisy

Moscow: likely refuge of Edward Snowden

Edward Snowden has lately shown poor judgment. And he either has “non-classical” notions of “liberty,” or else cannot always discern which societies are truly free. But his liberal critics show themselves hypocritical in the extreme. And some practice the most dangerous form of hypocrisy: selective application of the law.

Trust the government?

Patrick Henry did not trust the government!

Can we trust the government? Should we ever trust the government? How indeed can we trust the government when the government does not trust us? Even if we could, we can’t anymore – because this government has broken that trust.