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  • Glenn Beck Dunks Obama Bobblehead in Pi$$ Calls It Art

    11/27/2012 7:29:30 PM PST · by Pride_of_the_Bluegrass · 137 replies
    Gateway Pundit ^ | Tuesday, November 27, 2012, 9:09 PM | Jim Hoft
    Surely, progressives will celebrate the artistic genius in this exhibit. Or, will they cry out that their savior has been defiled?
  • IRAN GOVT RADIO ATTACKS HERMAN CAIN ON "ISLAMOPHOBIA" (Japanese Broadcast-My Translation)

    11/20/2011 5:16:22 PM PST · by AmericanInTokyo · 55 replies · 1+ views
    IRIB (Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting), Japanese Language Service ^ | 20 November 2011 | Islamic Republic of IRAN News Japan (Japanese)
    Iran-inspired Shiite Muslim men beating themselves to pulp in a sick religious display. Coming soon to a shopping mall parking lot close to you in the USA. OUR HERO Translation to English Synposis Provided by Freeper "AmericanInTokyo":(Original Iranian Article: "時期米大統領候補、イスラム教徒に侮辱的な発言" (Next Presidential Candidate, Makes (Insulting Comments to Islamists")(MY SYNOPSIS): "Herman Cain is the Republican candidate for the next U.S. presidential election, and much was made by him of the so-called Muslim extremist presence in the United States. According to Mefuru press reports on communications coming from Candidate Cain, he claimed "(and) what with special attention to trends regarding extremist...
  • Why everyone's sick of Washington

    02/17/2010 3:21:15 AM PST · by Scanian · 16 replies · 572+ views
    NY Post ^ | February 17, 2010 | MAGGIE GALLAGHER
    Even in the midst of economic and political melt down, Sen. Evan Bayh was still between 10 and 20 points ahead of his potential Republican challengers. Why did the Indiana Democrat announce he will not run for re-election? "Even pols are sick of Washington," blared the Politico.com headline. Bayh's friend and ex-chief of staff, former Indianapolis Mayor Bart Peterson, told the press, "Those frustrations have increasingly worn on him, and I think his willingness to tolerate the frustrations has decreased over time." Evan Bayh is tired of being the middle patch of ground in a culture war that never seems...
  • No Happy Ending for Abortion (Film makers are finding that abortion is not box office material)

    06/22/2007 4:51:02 PM PDT · by Coleus · 32 replies · 966+ views
    TFP ^ | 06.22.07 | John Horvat II
    In the early days of womens liberation, many activists saw abortion as a necessary and even desirable component of the sexual revolution of the sixties. Freed from childbearing, women could engage in numerous relationships without consequences. However, like many of the tenets of feminism itself, such attitudes no longer prevail. In the grueling battle over abortion, there is growing public perception of antipathy to the barbarous practice. There is a certain remorse surrounding the issue that even its most ardent supporters find difficult to overcome. Such a perception represents a psychological victory on the part of those pro-life forces whose...
  • Culture War Briefing, weekday news guide

    11/10/2005 1:58:19 PM PST · by culturewars · 2 replies · 388+ views
    I recently launched a Web site that I hope will be of interest to you and many other conservatives: www.CultureWarBriefing.com, a "weekday news guide for Christian conservatives and others in the pro-life, pro-family movement." This roundup of timely headline links from pro-family and many other news sources will help readers to keep current on the different fronts of the ongoing culture war. I do hope you will find Culture War Briefing to be a useful site, worthy to recommend to others. Please let me know your thoughts. Editor, CultureWarBriefing.com
  • GOP Plans Votes to Put Democrats On the Spot

    03/01/2004 8:31:23 PM PST · by Pokey78 · 15 replies · 116+ views
    Washington Post ^ | 03/02/04 | Jim VandeHei and Charles Babington
    Republicans plan to use Congress to pull Sen. John F. Kerry and vulnerable Democrats into the cultural wars over gay rights, abortion and guns, envisioning a series of debates and votes that will highlight the candidates' positions on divisive issues, according to congressional aides and GOP officials. The strategy will be on full display today, as Kerry (Mass.) and Sen. John Edwards (N.C.), the leading Democratic presidential candidates, plan to interrupt their Super Tuesday campaigning to fly to Washington for half a dozen votes on gun legislation, including liability protections for gun manufacturers. Both men oppose the liability bill, placing...
  • Gay Marriage Ruling Could Be Problem for Kerry

    02/05/2004 6:07:07 PM PST · by Pikamax · 4 replies · 135+ views
    Reuters ^ | 02/05/04 | Alan Elsner
    Gay Marriage Ruling Could Be Problem for Kerry Thu February 05, 2004 01:04 PM ET By Alan Elsner WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A legal ruling compelling Massachusetts to allow same-sex marriages may prove troublesome for Sen. John Kerry, if he becomes the Democratic candidate to oppose President Bush in the November U.S. election. Political analysts said Wednesday's decision by Massachusetts' Supreme Judicial Court would be ammunition for Republican strategists planning to portray Kerry, the Democratic front-runner, as "another Massachusetts liberal." The fact that the Democratic convention this summer is scheduled to take place in Boston may help their case, playing on...
  • Baptist pastor's words shock Muslim leaders : "Mohammad a 'possessed pedophile"

    06/12/2002 12:00:31 PM PDT · by Ernest_at_the_Beach · 211 replies · 1,955+ views
    Fort Worth Star-Telegram ^ | Wed, Jun. 12, 2002 | JIM JONES Special to the Star-Telegram
    ST. LOUIS - A former Southern Baptist Convention president stirred interfaith tumult when he described Muhammad, Islam's revered founder, as a "demon-possessed pedophile." The Rev. Jerry Vines made the comments Monday night at the Southern Baptist Pastors Conference, drawing strong denunciation from Muslim leaders Tuesday when his statements were publicized. But the Rev. Jack Graham, the new president of the Southern Baptist Convention, and the Rev. James Merritt, outgoing president, supported Vines. Hodan Hassan, a spokeswoman for the Washington-based Council for American-Islamic Relations, said Vines' comments were divisive and inaccurate. "This kind of hate-filled rhetoric is very shocking," Hassan said....