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  • WARNING: Constitution May Be Offensive to Children

    06/09/2010 10:35:40 AM PDT · by SalAOR · 19 replies · 83+ views
    Axis of Right ^ | 6/8/2010 | Ryan
    Consider this outrage that’s going viral all of a sudden: Wilder Publications has a disclaimer on their copy of the Constitution, Declaration of Independence and Articles of Confederation. It reads: This book is product of its time and does not reflect the same values as if it were written today. Parents might wish to discuss with their children how views on race, gender, sexuality, ethnicity and interpersonal relations have changed since this book was written before allowing them to read this classic work. Umm… I don’t know what you think, but to me that’s not only insulting, it’s also creepy....
  • Don't Hurt the Loser's Feelings: Kids Told Not to Win Games By Too Much

    06/03/2010 9:51:43 AM PDT · by Mobile Vulgus · 53 replies · 645+ views
    Publius Forum ^ | 06/03/10 | Warner Todd Huston
    A kiddie soccer league in Ottawa is oh, so concerned about the feelings of its little players. These poor kiddies will just wilt and turn to mush if they lose by too much according to league officials. So, in order to protect the delicate feelings of Canada's youngsters, league officials have implemented a rule that forces an automatic loss for any team beating another team by more than 5 goals. Yes, you heard me right. A winning team will automatically lose if they are winning by more than 5 goals. Now, I'd like to puff my chest and laugh at...
  • Elegy for Wesleyan

    06/02/2010 6:33:26 AM PDT · by bs9021 · 210+ views
    Accuracy in Academia ^ | June 2, 2010 | Mytheos Holt
    Elegy for Wesleyan Mytheos Holt, June 2, 2010 Commentary: At the National Tea Party Convention, Andrew Breitbart made an interesting series of remarks about where the persistent liberal victimhood memes come from: “Bad, racist, homophobic—all those buzzwords that they learned in their freshman orientation class at Wesleyan—are used as weapons to try to destroy you and intimidate you to not speak up.” Well, funny story. I actually went to Wesleyan, and even though it was three years ago, my freshman orientation will probably remain seared into my cranium for the rest of my life. Not to mention, this year I...
  • Catholic school girl who refused headscarf for mosque trip labelled a truant

    05/14/2010 5:56:21 AM PDT · by NYer · 56 replies · 1,455+ views
    MailOnline ^ | May 13, 2010 | James Tozer
    A Roman Catholic schoolgirl has been labelled a truant after she refused to wear a headscarf during a compulsory trip to a mosque. Amy Owen, 14, and fellow girl pupils at a Catholic secondary school were told to cover their heads and wear trousers or leggings out of respect for their Muslim hosts. But when her mother objected, saying she did not want her daughter to 'dress as a Muslim', she received a sternly worded warning letter from the headmaster saying she had no choice.Peter Lee, head of Ellesmere Port Catholic High School in Cheshire, informed her that the local...
  • A Warning Label — on the U.S. Constitution

    05/08/2010 7:04:43 AM PDT · by KeyLargo · 7 replies · 488+ views
    Cato-at-liberty ^ | May 6, 2010 | Walter Olson
    A Warning Label — on the U.S. Constitution Posted by Walter Olson Knowing of my interest in oddball warning labels, reader Clark S. alerts me to this $4.95 paperback copy of the U.S. Constitution, Declaration of Independence, and Articles of Confederation, which contains the following advisory (readers may need to scroll to the “Copyright” section, depending on how the page displays) Wilder Publications 2008 "This book is a product of its time and does not reflect the same values as it would if it were written today. Parents might wish to discuss with their children how views on race, gender,...
  • NY weekly shows Obamas as 'Sanford and Son' actors (terrible racism and bigotry alert)

    05/05/2010 2:52:31 PM PDT · by Zakeet · 22 replies · 1,441+ views
    Associated Press ^ | May 5, 2010 | Frank Eltman
    A weekly newspaper photo depicting President Barack Obama and his wife as characters from the TV sitcom "Sanford and Son" was intended as political satire and not a racist commentary, the publisher said Wednesday. Phillip Sciarello, publisher and part owner of the Smithtown Messenger on New York's Long Island, defended the decision to publish the photo, but added the newspaper would run a retraction in its next edition for anyone who might have been offended. The photo spread features "before and after" shots of the last six presidents and their wives, starting with Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter and ending with...
  • Screenwriter Says Hollywood Conservatives ‘Have to Meet in Secret’ and ‘Talk in Whispers’

    04/27/2010 9:19:54 AM PDT · by Mr. Mojo · 44 replies · 1,615+ views ^ | April 26, 2010 | Penny Starr
    ( – Screenwriter and author Andrew Klavan said that in Hollywood, “(i)f you’re a conservative, especially a religious person, people have to meet in secret. They talk in whispers. It’s a very disturbing kind of culture.” Klavan, in an exclusive interview with, explained that he and fellow conservatives in Hollywood are battling the liberal status quo by creating entertainment that reflects the values held by the majority of Americans. And things are changing for the better, he said, pointing to the best-picture Oscar nomination for the Christian-themed film “The Blind Side” and Sandra Bullock’s win as best actress in...
  • Army considers rescinding invitation to evangelist

    04/21/2010 11:16:34 AM PDT · by US Navy Vet · 27 replies · 636+ views
    AP via Yahoo ^ | April 21 2010 | By DAN ELLIOTT
    DENVER – The Army is considering whether to rescind an invitation to evangelist Franklin Graham to appear at the Pentagon amid complaints about his description of Islam as evil, a military spokesman said Wednesday. Graham, the son of famed evangelist Billy Graham, was to appear at the Pentagon on May 6 on what is the National Day of Prayer. He said he will be a guest of the Pentagon and will speak only if he's still invited. Army Col. Tom Collins said withdrawing the invitation "is on the table," but no decision has been made. He said Army brass will...
  • IslamoCare

    04/19/2010 10:16:42 AM PDT · by Nachum · 22 replies · 500+ views
    frontpage mag ^ | 4/19/10 | Dr. John Kenneth Press
    The UK Department of Health recently announced that it would loosen hygiene rules for Muslim and Sikh doctors and nurses. From now on, Muslim female staff will not need to wash their hands before procedures as it compromises their modesty. Instead, they will have the admittedly less sanitary option of wearing disposable plastic over-sleeves. Acknowledging the danger of microbes and death, a Department of Health spokesman said, “The guidance is intended to . . . balance infection control measures with cultural beliefs.” But, believe it or not, from a culturist perspective, the death of some patients is not the main...
  • How to Make a Sex Tape at Duke

    04/16/2010 6:11:04 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 17 replies · 1,180+ views ^ | April 16, 2010 | Mike Adams
    Since 2003, I have written 632 columns – most of which deal with rampant political correctness (read: cultural Marxism) on our college campuses. In response to one of my recent columns, a member of the American Association of University Professors wrote to chastise me for writing about “isolated incidents” that are not representative of the state of higher education. Maybe I should have named this column “Isolated Incident 633” to remind readers that I haven’t yet accumulated sufficient evidence to draw any firm conclusions about the current political climate on our college campuses. So, for the time being, committed leftists...
  • New Duke Policy Renders Students Unwitting Rapists

    04/07/2010 12:13:32 PM PDT · by abb · 68 replies · 1,333+ views
    Duke University has instituted a new "sexual misconduct" policy that can render a student guilty of non-consensual sex simply because he or she is considered "powerful" on campus. The policy claims that "perceived power differentials may create an unintentional atmosphere of coercion." Duke's new policy transforms students of both sexes into unwitting rapists simply because of the "atmosphere" or because one or more students are "intoxicated," no matter the degree. The policy also establishes unfair rules for judging sexual misconduct accusations. The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) is challenging the policy. "Duke's new sexual misconduct policy could have...
  • Leftist Politics Destroyed ‘24’

    03/31/2010 7:57:24 AM PDT · by rdb3 · 72 replies · 2,336+ views
    News Real Blog ^ | 31 MARCH 2010 | Chris Yogerst
    Leftist Politics Destroyed ‘24’ 2010 March 31 by Chris Yogerst tags: 24, Jack Bauer Since 2001, there haven’t been any shows that have excited me more than 24. In fact, I can’t think of the last show that kept me on the edge of my seat like 24 did during its first few seasons. Its ability to attack terrorism in a way that takes no prisoners was not only timed perfectly after 9/11 it also provided a captivating story. Each commercial break felt like an eternity and the weeks in-between episodes were true tests of patience.The 24 we see...
  • Your Mom Goes to Duke

    03/30/2010 7:33:21 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 22 replies · 656+ views ^ | March 30, 2010 | Mike Adams
    Lately, Duke University has been doing more withdrawing than Marion Barry without a crack pipe. Readers will remember that they had to echo Gilda Radner with a giant “Never mind” after they jumped the gun and punished several lacrosse players falsely accused of rape. Now, they’ve decided to withdraw a promise to provide space for Duke Students for Life to hold an event at the Duke Women's Center. The planned "Discussion with a Duke Mother" event has now been aborted. This late-term abortion of free speech is entirely unjustifiable according to the stated mission of the Duke Women's Center. It...
  • Please Ask & Pray Tell: Obama & The Pentagon’s Social Engineering

    03/29/2010 5:26:34 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 6 replies · 445+ views ^ | March 29, 2010 | Brian Birdnow
    News stories dated March 16, 2010 reported an eleven percent increase in sexual assaults in the U.S. during calendar year 2009. Defense Department officials claimed that sexual assault in the ranks might actually be more common than the numbers suggest because some victims choose not to report incidents for fear of retaliation from superiors. Included in these numbers were 173 cases of men reporting assaults by other men, a startling forty percent increase over the previous year. News stories dated March 26, 2010 reported that the Defense Department will soon implement new measures to make it more difficult to discharge...
  • University of Notre Shame?

    03/18/2010 9:22:17 AM PDT · by bs9021 · 5 replies · 236+ views
    AIA-FL Blog ^ | March 18, 2010 | Deborah Lambert
    University of Notre Shame? Deborah Lambert, March 18, 2010 Is there nowhere to turn these days for solid information, untainted by the veneer of left-wing political correctness? Time was that private religious colleges and universities offered a “safe haven” from such propaganda, but according to teacher and author Mike Adams, those days might be over. In a recent column on, he pointed out that one particular offender in this regard was The Observer, the student paper of the University of Notre Dame. At issue was the paper’s refusal to print a column expressing views of the Church concerning homosexuals,...
  • Neo-Pagans Get Worship Circle at Air Force Academy

    02/03/2010 4:30:45 PM PST · by khnyny · 81 replies · 1,558+ views ^ | February 1, 2010 | Jpseph Abrams
    Witches, Druids and pagans rejoice! The Air Force Academy in Colorado is about to recognize its first Wiccan prayer circle, a Stonehenge on the Rockies that will serve as an outdoor place of worship for the academy's neo-pagans. Wiccan cadets and officers on the Colorado Springs base have been convening for over a decade, but the school will officially dedicate a newly built circle of stones on about March 10, putting the outdoor sanctuary on an equal footing with the Protestant, Catholic, Jewish and Buddhist chapels on the base. "When I first arrived here, Earth-centered cadets didn't have anywhere to...
  • Texas ed board adopts social studies standards

    03/12/2010 1:20:27 PM PST · by La Lydia · 37 replies · 1,117+ views
    Google AP ^ | March 12, 2010 | April Castro
    AUSTIN, Texas — The Texas State Board of Education agreed to new social studies standards on Friday after the far-right faction wielded its power to shape the lessons that will be taught to millions of students on American history, the U.S. free enterprise system, religion and other topics. In a vote of 11-4, the board preliminarily adopted the new curriculum after days of charged debate ... Decisions by the board — long led by the social conservatives who have advocated ideas such as teaching more about the weaknesses of evolutionary theory — affects textbook content nationwide because Texas is one...
  • California Man Took College Exams for Middle Eastern Students, ICE Officials Say (about VISAs)

    03/08/2010 3:12:48 PM PST · by Former Military Chick · 40 replies · 754+ views
    FOX NEWS ^ | March 8, 2010 | William La Jeunesse
    <p>Daniel Higgins doesn't look like a Middle Eastern student, but officials say he routinely portrayed himself as one for almost a decade, getting paid up to $1,500 per student to attend their classes and take exams so they could keep their visas current and remain in the U.S.</p>
  • Religion not a factor in wife beheading, judge rules

    03/05/2010 2:21:34 PM PST · by Free ThinkerNY · 54 replies · 1,189+ views
    Associated Press ^ | March 5, 2010
    BUFFALO, N.Y. — The founder of an Islam-oriented television station who is accused of beheading his wife is due in a Buffalo courtroom for proceedings in advance of his murder trial. Muzzammil “Mo” Hassan is tentatively scheduled to stand trial later this month for the death of his wife, Aasiyah Hassan, last year. Pretrial motions are scheduled for Friday.
  • Defense secretary asks entire department to reinforce trust

    03/04/2010 6:49:00 PM PST · by STARWISE · 21 replies · 713+ views
    Armed Forces Press Service ^ | 3-4-10 | Donna Miles
    Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates has called on every member of the Defense Department to play a personal role in creating a secure environment that will help to prevent more tragedies like the Nov. 5 shooting rampage that left 13 people dead at Fort Hood, Texas. Secretary Gates issued a memo March 2 after reflecting on results of the independent review he directed following the incident to ensure the safety and health of servicemembers, civilian defense employees and their families. "I ask all commanders, supervisors, noncommissioned leaders and other personnel in the department to reinforce the fabric of trust with...
  • Kerry: Let Gay Men Give Blood

    03/04/2010 12:02:42 PM PST · by Free ThinkerNY · 118 replies · 2,507+ views ^ | March 4, 2010
    BOSTON -- Gay men should be allowed to donate blood and laws banning them from doing so are discriminatory and outdated, according to Sen. John Kerry and several of his Senate colleagues. "Not a single piece of scientific evidence supports the ban,” Kerry said. “A law that was once considered medically justified is today simply outdated and needs to end." Kerry was one of 16 U.S. Senators who in a letter on Thursday asked the Food and Drug Administration to lift the ban on gay men donating blood. The ban was put in place in 1983, at the height of...
  • Rally to ban word 'retard' in Massachusetts

    03/01/2010 11:31:26 AM PST · by Zakeet · 110 replies · 1,933+ views
    Fox News Boston ^ | March 1, 2010
    Friends of the intellectually disabled are pushing to ban the word "retard" in Massachusetts. Today, soldiers of the Anti-R Movement will stage a pledge drive at the State House. They'll be collecting signatures from those who want the word removed from everyday speech.
  • Navy moves to allow women on submarines

    02/23/2010 8:37:11 PM PST · by Justaham · 23 replies · 691+ views
    LA Times ^ | 2-23-10 | Julian E. Barnes
    Reporting from Washington - The Navy plans to allow women to serve for the first time on submarines, the only class of ship from which they are currently barred, military and congressional officials said Tuesday. Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates notified Congress on Monday that the Navy intends to change its policy. Congress has 30 working days to object. Unless the House or Senate moves to block the shift, the policy could go into effect as soon as mid-April. Allowing women to serve as regular crew members would shatter a gender barrier that has stood since the U.S. submarine force...
  • Mark Steyn: Celebrate Diversity Unto Death

    02/23/2010 2:52:47 PM PST · by neverdem · 33 replies · 1,190+ views
    National Review Online ^ | February 23, 2010 | Mark Steyn
    I pretty much said what I had to say about the Fort Hood massacre in the first couple of weeks, because it was perfectly obvious within about 48 hours that 14 people (including an unborn child) had died so that "diversity" might live. As is the way, the official version is taking longer to catch up to what anyone not marinated in brain-eating PC mush could see from the get-go. The Boston Globe has a story on a new army report, unfortunately completed too late for last month's whitewash: An obvious “problem child’’ spouting extremist views, Hasan made numerous statements...
  • Sayonara, Sci Fi?

    02/23/2010 5:23:39 AM PST · by Stoutcat · 65 replies · 1,337+ views
    Grand Rants ^ | 02-23-10 | Alan Speakman
    There are good sci fi movies, mediocre sci fi movies, bad sci fi movies, and really bad sci fi movies*. And each movie flavor has something to recommend it to viewers. (I have to admit that one of my favorites is The Giant Claw.) The unifying theme throughout, of course, is the science fiction element. And from the great movies to those which are laughably awful, the element of science always plays a role in advancing the storyline, developing the characters, or simply defining the world in which the story is set. But if Prof. Sidney Perkowitz has his way,...
  • What's Wrong with using the word -- 'Retarded'?

    02/06/2010 12:28:34 PM PST · by SeekAndFind · 81 replies · 1,447+ views
    American Thinker ^ | 02/06/2010 | Paul Shlichta
    If names be not correct, language is not in accordance with the truth of things. If language be not in accordance with the truth of things, affairs cannot be carried on to success. -Confucius, Analects I admit that it's fun watching an adroit manipulator of political correctness get hoisted with his own petard and be forced to meekly eat his words. But to be fair, Rahm Emanuel's use of the word "retarded," and the general use of that word for someone who is (in P.C.-ese) "intellectually challenged," is inoffensive and honest. First of all, the context shows that Emanuel used...
  • Disney attacked over lack of disabled princesses

    01/31/2010 2:31:50 PM PST · by Cheap_Hessian · 131 replies · 2,744+ views
    Telegraph (UK) ^ | January 30, 2010 | Richard Eden
    Its new film The Princess and The Frog features a black princess, but Disney has still been criticised for its alleged lack of diversity. Disney has been praised for breaking down barriers by featuring its first black princess in the film The Princess and The Frog. Oona King, who was Gordon Brown's senior policy adviser on equalities and diversity, is not satisfied, however. "You never see disabled people," the former Labour MP complained to Mandrake at a screening at the Mayfair Hotel in London. "When are you going to see a Disney film with a disabled character in the lead...
  • Birth Certificate Lists 'Negroid' as Man's Race

    01/25/2010 7:31:15 PM PST · by Free ThinkerNY · 57 replies · 1,966+ views ^ | Jan. 25, 2010 | DAMALI KEITH
    Is the state of Texas into name calling? One woman says the name her son is being called is racist, and she claims the state will not back down. It's a battle over a birth certificate. A woman and her husband had a baby back when LBJ was Jefferson Davis Hospital in 1980. They're listed as being in the "Negroid" race on his birth certificate. Thirty years later the couple still hasn't been able to get what they call an awful error corrected. "I looked at it and thought oh they made a mistake" says Kathryn Patterson. However, a spokesperson...
  • Girl Spends $5,000 to Fight McDonald's Lawyers

    01/25/2010 10:45:55 AM PST · by BobMcCartyWrites · 33 replies · 2,264+ views
    Bob McCarty Writes ^ | 1-25-10 | Bob McCarty
    Three recent headlines convinced me that the Happy Meal® has been replaced with the Politically-Correct Meal® at your neighborhood McDonald's®.
  • Double-Standard at Saint Louis University?

    01/24/2010 12:52:48 PM PST · by BobMcCartyWrites · 4 replies · 543+ views
    Bob McCarty Writes ^ | 1-24-10 | Bob McCarty
    Does a double-standard exist at Saint Louis University? Recent events at the Jesuit university might cause you to believe one does.
  • The Eternal Victim

    01/06/2010 2:16:11 PM PST · by ventanax5 · 3 replies · 457+ views
    There is no doubt that the Muslim culture in general is unhealthy to grow up in.” I reported last year on the Danish psychologist Nicolai Sennels, who until 2008 worked at a secure youth institution Sønderbro in Copenhagen. He later wrote a book, Blandt Kriminelle Muslimer (“Amongst Criminal Muslims”), about his experiences dealing with young Muslim criminals in the Danish justice system. Nicolai was recently interviewed at length by the Finnish Homma Forum about cultural enrichment in Denmark and other parts of Europe. The interview was in English, so no translation is required:
  • PC & the NBA-- Once Again, Importance of Popular Culture is Revealed

    01/03/2010 11:00:26 AM PST · by William Tell 2 · 13 replies · 641+ views
    Tremoglie's Tea Time Blog ^ | 1-3-09 | Michael P. Tremoglie
    By Michael P. Tremoglie Tremoglie's Tea Time Blog I have begun writing a book about political correctness in national security. My knowledge stems from my training, education and experience in law enforcement and journalism. What is occurring today in national security has been the bane of law enforcement for years. As I am writing this book, I hear the ironic, no ironic is not the word, more appropriate is hysterical; the hysterical news that two players for the Washington Wizards,
  • Avatar's Savage Message

    12/28/2009 7:33:04 AM PST · by Ed Hudgins · 15 replies · 1,232+ views
    James Cameron’s new film Avatar is loaded with fresh, eye-popping special effects, all in a new, cutting-edge 3-D that sets the standard in cinema technology. It is also loaded with tired, mind-numbing leftist clichés embedded in old, reactionary themes that set a new low for political propaganda. The plot as avatarAn avatar is, originally, the embodiment of a Hindu god. Today the term also refers to an embodiment or personification of some principle, attitude, or view of life; online it’s a graphic image that represents some person or thing. Cameron’s movie is filled with avatars, but not just the strange,...
  • Christmas Greetings to my Democrat Friends

    12/25/2009 7:30:33 AM PST · by SeekAndFind · 10 replies · 615+ views
    12/25/2009 | Myself
    To All My Democrat Friends: Please accept with no obligation, implied or implicit, my best wishes for an environmentally conscious, socially responsible, low-stress, non-addictive, gender-neutral celebration of the winter solstice holiday, practiced within the most enjoyable traditions of the religious persuasion of your choice, or secular practices of your choice, with respect for the religious/secular persuasion and/or traditions of others, or their choice not to practice religious or secular traditions at all. I also wish you a fiscally successful, personally fulfilling and medically uncomplicated recognition of the onset of the generally accepted calendar year 2010, but not without due...
  • Penetration Even At The Pentagon: Muslim Spies Setting Muslim Policy

    12/19/2009 5:57:01 PM PST · by starczar66 · 24 replies · 1,130+ views
    Investor's Business Daily ^ | 12/18/09 | PAUL SPERRY
    The internal threat from Muslim extremists in the military extends to high-level Defense Department aides who have undermined military policy. In fact, one top Muslim adviser pushed out an intelligence analyst who warned of the sudden jihad syndrome that led to the Fort Hood terrorist attack. An honored guest of the Ramadan dinner at the Pentagon this September was Hesham Islam, who infiltrated the highest echelons of the Ring despite proven ties to U.S. terror front groups and a shady past in his native Egypt. As senior adviser for international affairs to former deputy Defense Secretary Gordon England, Islam ran...
  • Taliban can be admired for their faith and loyalty, says bishop

    12/13/2009 9:18:07 PM PST · by Free ThinkerNY · 38 replies · 1,355+ views ^ | Dec.13, 2009 | Jonathan Wynne-Jones and Duncan Gardham
    The Rt Rev Stephen Venner called for a more sympathetic approach to the Islamic fundamentalists that recognises their humanity. The Church of England’s Bishop to the Forces warned that it will be harder to reach a peaceful solution to the war if the Afghan insurgents are portrayed too negatively. His comments came as the Prime Minister visited Afghanistan and warned that the Taliban was fighting a "guerilla war" aimed at causing "maximum damage". Gordon Brown said soldiers were discovering improvised explosive devices every two hours. Mr Brown stayed overnight in the Allied base in the southern city of Kandahar, the...
  • Christmas Letter From Jesus

    12/13/2009 3:12:54 PM PST · by Patriot1259 · 7 replies · 840+ views ^ | 12/13/2009 | Jeannie St. John Taylor
    Has the Letter from Jesus about Christmas arrived in your email box yet? I’ve received it several times and I appreciate every person who sent it because I know they are trying to bless me. It’s filled with great ideas: We should smile at strangers, visit people in nursing homes, donate to the Salvation Army, and be kind to the clerks in stores that do not celebrate Christmas. Wonderful ideas. I applaud those suggestions. We should all follow them. If the letter’s intent is to infuse readers with the warmth of the season, I approve. The problem is, one concept...
  • FBI Investigating 5 Missing Men In DC Area

    12/09/2009 8:06:15 AM PST · by AtlasStalled · 43 replies · 1,749+ views
    Fox News ^ | 12/08/09 | Mike Levine and Catherine Herridge
    The FBI is searching for five "missing students" from the Washington, D.C., area who may have gone overseas, according to a source familiar with the situation. Families of the missing men "raised concerns" with the FBI, which has launched an investigation into the matter, the source said. The source said agents from the FBI's Washington field office have been interviewing family members, friends and others who may know where the five students went, and how they got there. "It's a concern," the source said of the missing men. It is believed the men are Muslim. Asked whether the men may...
  • 2 of 3 accused SEALs to appear in court (outrageous)

    12/07/2009 9:42:05 AM PST · by pissant · 26 replies · 1,162+ views
    SJ Mercury News ^ | 12/6/09 | Larry Odell
    RICHMOND, Va.—Two Navy SEALs are scheduled to be arraigned Monday in military court on charges that they mistreated an Iraqi suspect in the gory slayings of four U.S. contractors in Fallujah. One of the SEALs is accused of punching the detainee after his September arrest, while the other is accused of lying to investigators. A third SEAL also accused of lying to investigators about the episode will be arraigned later. All three men have men have received an outpouring of support from people who view them as heroes. A Facebook page created to support the SEALs had more than 45,000...
  • Bah Humbug! Climate Summit to be Christmas Tree-Free Zone!

    12/06/2009 5:01:33 PM PST · by Vendek · 12 replies · 602+ views
    Copenhagen Post Online via Telegraph UK Blog via Commentopia Blog ^ | 12/06/09 | James Delingpole on UK Telegraph
    Why should any visitor to a Christian country be offended by Christian traditions and decorations? I’m not offended by the overt signs of other countries’ differing religions and traditions; in fact, I enjoy them. What is more, I know for sure that there are Christmas trees and decorations in Dubai, that go up as the Eid celebration finishes. One officious counter lady in our local PO tried to stop me using a proper (ie Religious) stamp on a card to Dubai 2 years ago. She was astonished when I told her that she would see Christmas decorations there...
  • 12 Days of Winter

    11/28/2009 10:44:33 PM PST · by psychopuppy · 2 replies · 647+ views
    You Tube ^ | 11-29-09
    A song that pokes fun at the Politically Correctness in society and in our public schools
  • Teaching the teachers to be politically correct

    11/25/2009 1:14:17 PM PST · by LibertyThug · 8 replies · 643+ views
    Examiner ^ | November 25, 2009 | Bridgette Wallis
    How do we get politically correct students and schools? We get them by churning out politically correct teachers from teacher colleges and teacher credentialing programs which filter the teaching of education through the lens of political correctness. In a press release in October of this year, U.S. Secretary of Education's Arne Duncan stated, “By almost any standard, many if not most of the nation’s 1,450 schools, colleges, and departments of education are doing a mediocre job of preparing teachers for the realities of the 21st century classroom. America’s university-based teacher preparation programs need revolutionary change--not evolutionary tinkering.” The press release...
  • Navy SEALs Face Assault Charges for Capturing Most-Wanted Terrorist

    11/25/2009 8:55:22 AM PST · by Paige · 118 replies · 4,826+ views
    Fox News ^ | 11/24/2009 | Rowan Scarborough
    Navy SEALs have secretly captured one of the most wanted terrorists in Iraq — the alleged mastermind of the murder and mutilation of four Blackwater USA security guards in Fallujah in 2004. And three of the SEALs who captured him are now facing criminal charges, sources told
  • Fat Studies on Display

    11/19/2009 9:55:16 AM PST · by bs9021 · 9 replies · 383+ views
    Accuracy in Academia ^ | November 19, 2009 | Bethany Stotts
    Fat Studies On Display Bethany Stotts, November 19, 2009 Political correctness has run amok in the ivory tower. If some academics have their way, college students soon will be forced to vet themselves for not only subconscious racist, sexist and classist thoughts, but fatist ones as well. “In the tradition of critical race studies, queer studies, and women’s studies, fat studies is an interdisciplinary field of scholarship marked by an aggressive, consistent, rigorous critique of the negative assumptions, stereotypes, and stigmas placed on fat and the fat body,” write Sondra Solovay and Esther Rothblum in their most recent Chronicle Review...
  • Missing piece in collection

    11/17/2009 8:25:16 AM PST · by cowboyway · 8 replies · 770+ views
    Pasadena Citizen News ^ | 11.15.09 | YVETTE OROZCO
    Paul Schupska knows his history. Over the years, his vast collections of baseball, World War I and II and antique toys have been displayed at community public libraries throughout the area. Whether it is a vintage GI Joe or an authentic World War II map used by Allied forces in a European bunker, Schupska prides himself on the completeness of his displays, on telling as much of a complete history as possible. When he recently showcased his World War II collection at the Pasadena Public Library on Fairmont, the Nazi insignias were part of that story. He has shown several...
  • Obama's Man-Caused Disaster Chickens Come Home to Roost

    11/13/2009 12:01:06 AM PST · by Cindy · 14 replies · 889+ views
    AMERICAN ^ | November 13, 2009 | Commentary By Neil Braithwaite
    In her first testimony before Congress back in March of this year, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano laid the groundwork for the Obama administration's new "politically correct" Homeland Security doctrine. Without ever mentioning "terrorist" or "terrorism" during her testimony, Secretary Napolitano put forth the politically correct term for those two words: "man-caused disaster." Defining the term as "nuance" to the German news site Spiegel Online, Secretary Napolitano further stated, " demonstrates that we want to move away from the politics of fear toward a policy of being prepared for all risks that can occur." The "T"-word has been off limits...
  • Fort Worth votes to expand anti-discrimination ordinance

    11/10/2009 11:05:30 PM PST · by fwdude · 4 replies · 474+ views
    Fort Worth Star-Telegram ^ | 11/11/09 | MIKE LEE
    By MIKE LEE FORT WORTH — The City Council voted 6-3 late Tuesday to expand its anti-discrimination ordinance to include transgender people, capping a marathon debate over a series of gay-rights proposals that were forwarded after a controversial inspection of a gay bar. A majority of council members spoke in favor of the proposal when it was introduced last week. The inspection at the Rainbow Lounge in June left a man injured and sparked protests in the city. Fort Worth officials appointed a task force to recommend ways to mend fences with the gay community shortly afterward. The vote...
  • Limits to Diversity & Tolerance- CORRECTED

    11/09/2009 10:02:16 AM PST · by bs9021 · 4 replies · 483+ views
    AIA-FL Blog ^ | November 9, 2009 | Malcolm A. Kline
    Limits To Diversity & Tolerance Malcolm A. Kline, November 9, 2009 When school district representatives told a Southern California teacher to remove the banners he had on display in his classroom, “diversity” and “tenure” were used to justify the order, according to Robert Muise, a lawyer for the Michigan-based Thomas More Law Center. “Mr. Johnson, if a Muslim student came in here, he wouldn’t be comfortable,” bureaucrats told the educator, Muise said at a Capitol Hill seminar on October 28, 2009....
  • Case against soldier accused in mass shooting faces many hurdles

    11/09/2009 6:52:12 AM PST · by La Lydia · 46 replies · 1,321+ views
    Houston Chronicle ^ | November 9, 2009 | LYNSI BURTON and STEWART M. POWELL
    WASHINGTON — As Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan lay under heavy guard at Fort Sam Houston on Sunday, military prosecutors and the accused Fort Hood gunman's family were preparing for what could be a long and complicated legal proceeding. Military justice experts told the Houston Chronicle that Hasan, if he recovers, could face the death penalty in a military court-martial — unless civilian prosecutors conclude that he was part of a terrorist plot that would justify moving his case into federal criminal courts under U.S. anti-terrorism laws. But veterans of the military justice system say that any case against Hasan could...
  • EDITORIAL: Too scared to recognize terrorism--Ignoring facts isn't sensitive; it is suicidal

    11/08/2009 1:24:05 PM PST · by jazusamo · 52 replies · 1,521+ views
    The Washington Times ^ | November 8, 2009 | Editorial
    Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan was declared "not a terrorist" before the facts were out - even before officials were sure whether the attacker was alive or dead. Failing to honestly name a terrorist attack despite the evidence is as destructive and dishonest as leaping to call an attack terrorism without the facts to support that. Apparently, the claim was based largely on the fact that Maj. Hasan appears to have been a lone gunman. However, terrorism is defined not by the number of people involved, but by the motivations and intentions of the attacker. If reports about him are true,...