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  • 150 Cossack aggressors transferred to Sloviansk from Crimea

    05/05/2014 6:52:53 AM PDT · by WhiskeyX · 1 replies
    Ukrinform ^ | 05.05.2014 14:11 | Ukrinform
    KYIV, May 5 /Ukrinform/. 150 Cossacks were transferred to Sloviansk from Crimea to help the separatists. [....] As the SBU Spokesperson said, measures were taken to repel a possible assault at the location of internal troops in Donetsk, a scheme of defense and mining of Druzhkivka, Sloviansk and Kramatorsk streets was exposed, subversive separatist groups were identified in the villages of Makarivka, Chervony Lyman and the city of Luhansk, and plans of the militants were foiled to capture soldiers of the Ukrainian Armed Forces near the village of Karpivka. "Kramatorsk (except for the downtown) is under control of the Antiterrorist...
  • Odesa clashes provoked by Russia - Tymchuk

    05/05/2014 2:55:52 AM PDT · by WhiskeyX · 11 replies
    Ukrinform ^ | 03.05.2014 13:35 | Ukrinform
    KYIV, May 3 /Ukrinform/. The casualties during mass disturbances in Odesa on May 2 were the result of a special operation conducted by Russia, the leader of the Information Resistance group, Dmytro Tymchuk, has reported on his Facebook page [....] "The active phase of the operation aimed at seizing local government agencies was scheduled for May 9 – when, under the ideological slogans of the Victory Day, there would be an opportunity to initiate the activity of pro-Russian population. After tactical successes in Odesa, similar actions, with the assistance of 'Putin's tourists,' were to be initiated in Mykolaiv and Kherson,"...
  • Imperial Prince Sends Letter to Pope After Socialist Subversives Get Vatican Welcome

    02/18/2014 5:16:50 PM PST · by ebb tide · 15 replies
    TFP Student Action ^ | February 18, 2014 | John Ritchie
    With Obamacare and Common Core education, Americans are not the only ones worried about a socialist upsurge. Prince Bertrand of Orleans-Braganza, whose great-grandmother abolished slavery in Brazil, is also concerned. The Imperial Prince of Brazil, a loyal Catholic, sent a respectful yet eye-opening 12-page letter to Pope Francis on February 8, after a team of radical socialist agitators from Brazil were invited by the Vatican for a seminar. Here is the complete document: Quo vadis, Domine? Reverent and Filial Message to His Holiness Pope Francis from Prince Bertrand of Orleans-Braganza The well-documented letter explains what the Marxist activists welcomed by...
  • This entire political situation can NOT end with Obama just losing the election this time.

    10/19/2012 4:06:37 AM PDT · by MeneMeneTekelUpharsin · 21 replies
    19 October 2012 | Mene Mene Tekel Upharsin
    My fellow countrymen, lend me your ears. Oh, that those of wealth and influence with a thread of morality left would rise up and lead the people to do something about these individuals who keep dragging our nation down to ruin. Just defeating Obama (and all of the well-connected individuals behind the scenes and media moguls who support him) in this election can NOT be the goal. To save ourselves we must defend a pro-God lifestyle. It is becoming imperative that a pretty large group of people with all of these evil (yes, evil) beliefs and resulting ideas be separated...
  • Road to Moscow: Bill Clinton’s Early Activism from Fulbright to Moscow

    08/22/2007 1:26:32 PM PDT · by Fedora · 59 replies · 5,574+ views
    Original FReeper research | 08/22/2007 | Fedora
    Road to MoscowBill Clinton’s Early Activism from Fulbright to Moscow By Fedora SummaryDuring the 1992 campaign, Bill Clinton’s student protests and Moscow trip generated much controversy, but few answers. While Clinton’s government files from that era seemingly remain unavailable even today, there is at least more information available than in 1992. The public record reveals that Clinton’s social network and views on Vietnam were influenced by a pattern of contact between Communist agents and sympathizers and Clinton’s academic and political associates. This pattern is documented here through an analysis of Clinton’s antiwar activity up through the time he left Oxford...
  • Subversives for Obama (flashback)

    08/29/2011 10:17:47 PM PDT · by Nachum · 7 replies
    Spectator U.K. ^ | Friday, 26th September 2008 | Melanie Phillips
    There are two American election campaigns currently running. The first, in the mainstream media, accepts Barack Obama at face value, no questions asked, while it viciously turns over Sarah Palin and her family whom it subjects to lies, smears and character assassination. The second, being conducted in the blogosphere and (with one or two notable exceptions such as the Wall Street Journal) not alluded to at all by the mainstream media, is the site of verbal warfare between Camp Obama and bloggers who are practising journalism as it used to be practised – going behind the propaganda to dig out...
  • Now look who else is infiltrating CPAC

    01/06/2011 4:53:13 AM PST · by Robert Drobot · 25 replies
    WorldNetDaily.com ^ | January 04, 2011 | Brian Fitzpatrick
    "....Gaffney, deputy assistant secretary of defense under Ronald Reagan, is founder and president of the Center for Security Policy and co-author of the new book "Shariah: The Threat to America." He told WND that Islamism has infiltrated the American Conservative Union, the host of CPAC, in the person of Washington attorney and political activist Suhail Khan and a group called Muslims for America.
  • Rebrand the RINOs, Have Fun, Win $100+

    01/03/2011 3:20:35 PM PST · by Avoiding_Sulla · 58 replies
    Pascal Fervor ^ | December 27, 2010 | Pascal Fervor
    ***Update: Now $125 thanks to Joan of Argghh! I've been complaining for some time now that the label Republican In Name Only, and its acronym, RINO, are ineffectual to say the least. My topmost reason is that a dichotomy exists in the word republican. Conservatives think of republicans as representing the people who elected them, with an eye fixed on protecting and preserving the American constitution with its limits on government and its recognition of personal rights. Progressives think of republicans as elitist and doing what they think is right no matter what the common folk think, and "The...
  • Communists and Red Hand Clappers: a Report from the Progressive Rally

    10/05/2010 3:18:17 AM PDT · by unspun · 22 replies
    Gulag Bound ^ | October 5, 2010 | Cleff Kincaid
    Since the Obama organization known as “Organizing for America” urged its supporters to attend the rally, this should prompt questions to the White House. But it’s doubtful the media will utter a peep. Here are the facts: the CPUSA was an official “endorsing organization” and was given space to set up a literature table by the rally organizers. Indeed, a two-page official list of “One Nation March” organizations shows that it was given a highly coveted “reserved space.” These officially-sanctioned groups also included the AFL-CIO and several left-wing labor unions; United for Peace and Justice, founded by veteran Marxist activist...
  • Protesters decry Israeli air strikes in Gaza [first two commenters get it right]

    01/04/2009 3:41:12 AM PST · by Libertarian4Bush · 21 replies · 1,052+ views
    Philadelphia Inquirer ^ | Allison Steele
    Carrying signs and hoisting Palestinian flags high in the air, about 200 people gathered outside City Hall yesterday to protest Israel's attacks on Gaza. Organized by the Philadelphia branch of the International Action Center, the rally was one of many demonstrations held across the country and the world yesterday to condemn Israel's air strikes.
  • Subversives in elected office

    12/13/2007 10:01:46 AM PST · by westcoastwillieg · 13 replies · 628+ views
    12/13/07 | Joe Lynch
    Video at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n7WJeqxuOfQ We have subversives in elected office and the State Department who are trying to cram as many people as they can into the U.S. Many of our large cities are already suffering from overpopulation. The U.S. passed the 300 million mark in 2000 and some demographers say our population will almost double by 2050 and, if immigration is not curtailed, exceed ONE BILLION before 2100. The last thing we need is more legal or illegal immigrants. If the American people don’t rise up and take action to get rid of the subversives who are trying to destabilize...
  • Why Are These People Smiling? - Dems Celebrate

    03/23/2007 2:38:45 PM PDT · by Sam Hill · 107 replies · 2,298+ views
    Sweetness & Light ^ | March 23, 2007 | N/A
    From the wire services: ? ? Democrats celebrate on Capitol Hill in Washington, Friday, March 23, 2007, after a sharply divided House of Representatives voted to order President Bush to bring combat troops home from Iraq next year. From left are, House Majority Whip James Clyburn of S.C., Rep. Patrick Murphy, D-Pa., House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, of Calif., and House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer of Md. The sad thing is we know why.They are celebrating our country's imminent defeat by terrorists.
  • RESOURCE LINK for March 17th: Counter ANSWER's march from the Wall to the Pentagon

    01/31/2007 2:42:16 PM PST · by Just A Nobody · 687 replies · 21,548+ views
    Me | January 31, 2007 | Just A Nobody
    The purpose of this thread will be to pool our resources and ideas to counter the attempted take-over of our nation’s capital and foreign policy. It is not the place to voice your disgust with those that feel it is necessary to present a street presence to counter the dregs of society seeking to undermine and destroy our country and our leadership. If that is your purpose, please move along. On January 27, 2007, Thunder90 posted a thread to advise us of the next convergence on our nations capital by the anti-American hate-mongers. This gives us SEVEN WEEKS to organize...
  • L.A.Times: Repeats Terrorist's Propaganda as News... Again!

    11/25/2006 1:30:07 PM PST · by lowbridge · 7 replies · 718+ views
    http://newsbusters.org/ ^ | November 25, 2006 | Warner Todd Huston
    L.A.Times: Repeats Terrorist's Propaganda as News... Again! Posted by Warner Todd Huston on November 25, 2006 - 08:09. Patterico's Pontifications blog has done some stellar detective work on a particular L.A. Times story wherein the Times claims that U.S. forces attacked a town with an aerial strike that killed 30 Iraqis, including women and children. The Times also reported that widespread destruction resulted from this reported "bombardment". A Times correspondent in Ramadi said at least 15 homes were pulverized by aerial bombardment and families could be seen digging through the ruins with shovels and bare hands. Gruesome, eh? Problem is,...
  • Would Defeat in Iraq Be So Bad?

    10/16/2006 9:58:48 AM PDT · by World_Events · 111 replies · 2,225+ views
    Times.com ^ | 10/15/06 | Leslie Gelb
    To me, the relentless mud slide of insurgency and civil war in Iraq is leading to unacceptable strategic disaster for the U.S. There appear to be no viable paths to follow in order to avoid it. Neither "staying the course"--whatever that Bush strategy now means--nor the Democrats' idea of exiting by timetables offers a semblance of success. Both approaches produce only nightmares: general chaos; Iraq's center taken over by terrorists emboldened by victory over America, their pockets bulging with Iraqi oil money; southern Iraq controlled by pro-Iranians or Iran itself; and Iraq's neighbors picking at the nation's carcass until regional...
  • Confessions of a 'Defeatocrat'

    10/15/2006 1:08:48 AM PDT · by John Carey · 27 replies · 1,331+ views
    The Washington Post ^ | October 15, 2006 | John P. Murtha
    The Republicans are running scared. In the White House, on Capitol Hill and on the campaign trail, they're worried about losing control of Congress. And so the administration and the GOP have launched a desperate assault on Democrats and our position on the war in Iraq. Defeatists, they call us, and appeasers and -- oh so cleverly -- "Defeatocrats." Vice President Cheney has accused Democrats of "self-defeating pessimism." Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld has faulted us for believing that "vicious extremists can be appeased." The White House calls Democrats the party of "cut and run." It's all baseless name-calling, and...
  • In The War On Terror, Liberals Are More Dangerous Than Muslims (Don Feder 9/11 Meditation Alert)

    09/20/2006 3:24:37 AM PDT · by goldstategop · 37 replies · 2,445+ views
    Don Feder.com ^ | 09/19/06 | Don Feder
    In a recent commentary, former New York Mayor Ed Koch - a Democrat with at least half a brain (which makes him the leading intellectual light of his party) - asked rhetorically, "Why do so many Americans refuse to face the fact that our country is at war with international terrorism?" Because they're liberals? During the Spanish Civil War, as the climactic battle for Madrid approached, Nationalist leader Francisco Franco told a reporter: "I have four columns marching on Madrid and a fifth within the city ready to rise at my call." Franco's comment gave rise to the World War...
  • Nobel Peace Prize Winners Take Aim at U.S.

    09/17/2006 8:04:11 PM PDT · by FlyVet · 89 replies · 2,029+ views
    AP ^ | 9/17/06 | CHASE SQUIRES
    Nobel Peace Prize Winners Take Aim at U.S. By CHASE SQUIRES, AP DENVER (Sept. 17) - Ten Nobel Peace Prize laureates chbishop called for world peace and took aim at U.S. policy makers, asking an enthusiastic crowd of 7,000 youth to demand that the United States pull back its military, spread its wealth and offer aid to developing countries. The Archbishop Desmond Tutu had stern words for the Bush administration. "Then how can you commit Guantanamo Bay? Take back your country," he said. Only the Dalai Lama, whose speech at the three-day PeaceJam convention at the University of Denver was...
  • 'Fascism' cry seems desperate (Barf Alert)

    09/08/2006 5:36:12 AM PDT · by Nextrush · 19 replies · 513+ views
    The York Dispatch ^ | 9/6/06 | Editorial
    There is a hue and cry coursing through the more ardent supporters of President Bush's Iraq policy and its mostly a matter of disturbed semantics. It seems those supporters, including Bush himself, Rumsfeld (naturally) and U.S. Sen. Rick Santorum (more naturally) have pounced on the term "fascism" to be the easiest way to popularly press their suit for "staying the course" in Iraq. Their sense of history is most disappointing. From Rumsfeld most of all, who is the only one of this transformed trio to have lived during an era when democracy actually faced a do-or-die challenge from fascism. George...
  • Mr. Bush’s Nuclear Legacy

    09/02/2006 4:48:20 AM PDT · by dirtboy · 19 replies · 722+ views
    NY Times ^ | 9/2/2006 | Some NY Times Weenie
    Unless something changes soon, by the end of President Bush’s second term North Korea will have produced enough plutonium for 10 or more nuclear weapons while Iran’s scientists will be close to mastering the skills needed to build their own. That’s quite a legacy for a president sworn to keep the world’s most dangerous weapons out of the hands of the world’s most dangerous regimes. Even if the United States were not tied down in Iraq, military action would be a disaster. Besides, American analysts don’t know where North Korea has stashed its plutonium nor what technology Iran might have...
  • Osama's exploits south of border

    05/09/2006 11:13:40 PM PDT · by Aussie Dasher · 21 replies · 1,323+ views
    WND ^ | 10 May 2006 | Gordon Thomas
    LONDON – Britain's secret intelligence service, MI6, has established the first proof al-Qaida is playing a major role in the new Cold War between North and South America – with Osama bin Laden's terror network seeing itself in league with Mexican subversives in infiltrating the U.S. border. The evidence emerged as Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez swash-buckled into London after scoring a win in yet another venomous battle with Washington for influence and economic advantage across the Latin American continent. Chavez is in London to meet the capital's anti-Bush mayor, Ken Livingstone, and other prominent British opponents of the war in...
  • One Dangerous Feller: Senator Wants No Secrets

    03/05/2006 8:30:12 PM PST · by smoothsailing · 44 replies · 1,327+ views
    The New Media Journal ^ | 3-4-06 | Daniel Clark - OP/ED
    March,4,2006One Dangerous Feller: Senator Wants No SecretsDaniel Clark   When Sen. Jay Rockefeller (D, W.Va.) accused President Bush of endangering America by releasing classified information, most conservatives simply laughed him off. That's certainly an understandable reaction, since Rockefeller accusing others of leaking government secrets is a little like his state's other senator, Robert Byrd, telling somebody to get to the point. The tactic behind this absurdity, however, is something that's got to be taken seriously. In a February 17th letter to Director of National Intelligence John Negroponte, Rockefeller wrote, "Given the administration's continuing abuse of intelligence information for political purposes,...
  • The Lying Left, Then and Now

    12/27/2005 7:31:22 PM PST · by NormsRevenge · 17 replies · 986+ views
    CaliforniaRepublic.org ^ | 12/27/05 | Chuck Devore
    Why is it that liberals, progressives, leftists, humanists and the like seeking a brave new world for the rest of us often resort to lying or cheating to turn their vision into reality? Upton Sinclair was the socialist author of The Jungle in 1906. He meant his book as an attack on what he and other socialists termed “wage-slavery” but the book’s main claim to fame was as an exposé of unsanitary practices in the meat processing industry. It was Sinclair’s sort of writing that President Theodore Roosevelt termed as “muckraking.” Sinclair also wrote The Profits of Religion, a non-fiction...
  • Can a Pious Muslim Become a Loyal American?

    01/21/2006 10:17:13 AM PST · by Jeremydmccann · 43 replies · 1,180+ views
    Chronicles Magazine ^ | 01/20/2006 | Srdja Trifkovic
    “We must never forget . . . that as Muslims, we are obligated to desire, and when possible to participate in, the overthrow of any non-Islamic government—anywhere in the world – in order to replace it by an Islamic one,” the speaker concluded his remarks. The venue was a mosque, not in Rawalpindi or Jeddah but in San Francisco. When a recent convert noted that if Muslims are obligated to overthrow the U.S. government then accepting Islam was tantamount to an act of political treason, the lecturer responded matter-of-factly, “Yes, that’s true.” He was right both technically and substantively. A...
  • THE CALL TO DRIVE OUT THE BUSH REGIME (folks, CIVIL WAR II has begun)

    11/02/2005 7:21:07 PM PST · by doug from upland · 291 replies · 6,713+ views
    why the world can't wait dot net ^ | 11-2005 | really nutty dangerous subversives
    The Call to Drive Out the Bush Regime Sign the call now!Your government, on the basis of outrageous lies, is waging a murderous and utterly illegitimate war in Iraq, with other countries in their sights. Your government is openly torturing people, and justifying it. Your government puts people in jail on the merest suspicion, refusing them lawyers, and either holding them indefinitely or deporting them in the dead of night. Your government is moving each day closer to a theocracy, where a narrow and hateful brand of Christian fundamentalism will rule.Your government suppresses the science that doesn't fit its...
  • Closely watched by two police forces, the quiet farmer who calmly looks after the IRA's millions

    10/08/2005 7:01:32 AM PDT · by Irish_Thatcherite · 16 replies · 896+ views
    Belfast Telegraph ^ | 07 October 2005 | David McKittrick
    Closely watched by two police forces, the quiet farmer who calmly looks after the IRA's millions By David McKittrick 07 October 2005 Thomas "Slab" Murphy, the IRA leader suspected of having millions of pounds invested in property in Manchester, has for most of his republican career led a charmed life. He has never been convicted of any offence, despite the fact that for more than two decades every Northern Ireland secretary, every chief constable and every general has spent long hours pondering how to put him behind bars. In his home area of South Armagh and further afield, everyone knows...
  • Bush, Sheehans share moments (The Story Before Cindy Sheehan Became a Tool for the Left)

    08/07/2005 8:17:19 AM PDT · by tgslTakoma · 160 replies · 9,713+ views
    The Reporter (Vacaville, CA) ^ | June 24, 2004 | David Henson
    Since learning in April that their son, Army Spc. Casey Sheehan, had been killed in Iraq, life has been everything but normal for the Sheehan family of Vacaville. Casey's parents, Cindy and Patrick, as well as their three children, have attended event after event honoring the soldier both locally and abroad, received countless letters of support and fielded questions from reporters across the country. "That's the way our whole lives have been since April 4," Patrick said. "It's been surreal." But none of that prepared the family for the message left on their answering machine last week, inviting them to...
  • Speculation on IRA statement mounts (Another historic non-event)

    07/27/2005 1:44:01 PM PDT · by Irish_Thatcherite · 15 replies · 483+ views
    RTE News ^ | Wednesday, 27 July 2005 20:21 | Not stated
    US congressman Peter King - who is dedicated to Irish-American affairs - has said he is certain that a statement from the IRA will be issued very soon. Mr King said he believes it will be extremely positive and a dramatic turning point in Irish history. Earlier, the Taoiseach said he believes we are within days of seeing an enormous change in the situation in Northern Ireland. Speaking in Galway, Bertie Ahern said he was hopeful that within the next 24 or 36 hours significant progress would be made towards full and final IRA decommissioning. He said he was not...
  • Scholars Ponder Pope Disciplinary Actions

    05/12/2005 11:59:17 AM PDT · by Thorin · 21 replies · 718+ views
    Associated Press ^ | 5/12/05 | Richard Ostling
    NEW YORK - The ouster of a respected editor at a Jesuit magazine has Roman Catholic scholars in the United States wondering whether Pope Benedict XVI will continue, or even extend, the disciplinary actions that John Paul II took against dissenters from church teachings. As head of the Vatican's all-important doctrinal office, the former Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger built a reputation as the church's enforcer, taking actions with John Paul's assent against a series of high-profile theologians who drifted from Catholic orthodoxy. The final act of Ratzinger's tenure in his old job came in mid-March when, according to Jesuit sources, his...
  • How Muslim Radicals Are Penetrating Washington

    03/22/2005 6:23:16 AM PST · by kellynla · 12 replies · 746+ views
    World Net Daily ^ | 3/14/2005 | staff
    While Americans continue to promote cultural diversity and religious tolerance as society's highest values, radical Muslims masquerading as "moderates" have insinuated themselves into the very fabric of American society, to the nation's extreme peril, says a startling new book by veteran investigative journalist Paul Sperry. For a limited time, WND readers can buy "Infiltration" at a steep discount, even below Amazon's price. "Infiltration: How Muslim Spies and Subversives have Penetrated Washington" reveals how Islamic extremists, taking advantage of Americans' blind trust and gaining footholds in the nation's education system, government, workplace, law enforcement and military, have been covertly working to...
  • Who Is 'Queering' America And Why

    02/24/2005 3:04:31 AM PST · by Lindykim · 195 replies · 4,405+ views
    Sierra Times ^ | Feb. 21, 2005
    Who Is 'Queering' America And Why? Linda Kimball "The heart of the sons of men is full of evil, and madness is in their heart..." ~Eccl. 9:3 In the "American Dictionary Of The English Language, 1878," Noah Webster defined buggery as "a crime against nature; the unnatural and detestable crime of carnal intercourse of man or woman with a beast or of human beings unnaturally with each other; sodomy." And up until approximately 40 years ago all Americans believed that sodomy was unnatural and destestable and our society was such that it required people who engaged in it to keep...
  • V A N I T Y - Beware of Subversion

    02/15/2005 7:40:38 AM PST · by Trident/Delta · 64 replies · 1,076+ views
    The dark recesses of a demented mind..... | 02/17/2005 | Trident/Delta
    I once again come out of a self-imposed exile to observe that in the most recent past, there have been an extraordinary number of posts that seem to be focused at the erosion of Free Republic. From exhortations about US immigration and border policies to whether or not "polls" were fair and worded appropriately. I am once again reminded that there are those that would prefer that Free Republic would just go away. Not only the DU retards that seem to spend most of their time dreaming up colorful ways of using obscenity in a mixed metaphor environment, and applying...
  • DNC Regional Caucus Locations: (Calling Sacramento & NYC Area FReepers!)

    01/21/2005 8:03:51 PM PST · by The Spirit Of Allegiance · 4 replies · 251+ views
    from Web site ^ | 1/2005 | various
    Wanna get snarky? (from the site:) To win back Congress and the White House in the next four years, Democrats need to take action now. As Republicans celebrate Bush's inauguration, we organize, preparing to make the next four years see the biggest groundswell of grassroots resistance a president has ever faced. Protestors in DC tell Bush he has no mandate. You can help. Attend a DNC Regional Caucus in Sacramento this Saturday, or New York City on the 29th. Hear the DNC Chair candidates' plans and let delegates know that we want a Chairman who stands for the grassroots. Raise...
  • An overview on the relationship of Chavez, Castro & terrorism

    12/28/2004 6:41:23 AM PST · by alekboyd · 7 replies · 716+ views
    Vcrisis ^ | 29.12.04 | Aleksander Boyd
    London 28.12.04 | The purpose of this paper is twofold. Firstly to analyse the existing relationship between Fidel Castro and Hugo Chavez and to show the ideological, political, financial and personal evidence that demonstrates, beyond reasonable doubt, that indeed Chavez’ revolution is modelled on a Castroite method of governance, based on brutal repression of human rights as established in the International Human Right Declaration. Secondly to explore into the international support base of the duality Chavez-Castro.
  • ATTENTION FREEPERS!!Citizens mobilized to stop ACLU

    11/20/2004 7:35:09 PM PST · by AnimalLover · 16 replies · 754+ views
    World Net Daily ^ | November 20,02004
    A Chicago man has launched a website to mobilize millions of Americans to consign the American Civil Liberties Union to the "ash heap of history." The ACLU, says the website StopThe ACLU.org, is "relentlessly and fiercely assaulting America's foundations by feverishly working through activist court systems to impose same-sex marriage and remove all vestiges of the Ten Commandments wherever they may be posted." Nedd Kareiva says his two main goals are to send 1 million letters to the ACLU's headquarters in New York and to coordinate a march of 1 million Americans at each ACLU office in the nation. As...
  • MoveOn.Org Attempts to Salvage Respect

    11/07/2004 3:41:49 PM PST · by Joe Taranto · 44 replies · 2,534+ views
    SeaMax News ^ | 11/07/2004 | Joseph Trunzo
    Oh, how the mighty have fallen. MoveOn.Org, the immensely popular anti-Bush website designed to help elect Senator John Kerry, has posted a list of "victories" designed to rally its rapidly-fading fanbase. Among the 7 listed "victories" they take credit for, the most eye-catching were a Senate approval of an amendment providing guidelines for US treatment of foreign POWs (in response to the Abu Ghraib scandal), and the failure of a Federal Marriage Amendment. While these accomplishments may seem significant for MoveOn and its followers, they are really no victories at all. The United States of America has maintained a track...
  • Bush's foreign policy issues urge mom to vote for Kerry

    10/11/2004 9:43:44 AM PDT · by Willie Green · 18 replies · 644+ views
    The Digital Collegian ^ | Monday, Oct. 11, 2004 | Rebecca Short
    For education and discussion only. Not for commercial use. One vote 2004: A mother speaks While she attended her first political march at Kent State during the controversial shooting incident in 1970, Karen Deutsch replaced her quiet nature with political activism. A product of a strict upbringing, Deutsch said she was not used to voicing her opinions at home. She said she was very quiet because of the atmosphere created by her family. "My country right or wrong," Deutsch said. "That's what my mom used to say." But since then, Deutsch has begun to question her government and vocally oppose...
  • Notes to the opposition: E-Mail that's being sent to all DemocRats today....

    09/30/2004 1:44:37 PM PDT · by In The Defense of Liberty · 18 replies · 625+ views
    e-Mail | 9/30/04 | MoveOn
    E-Mail #1 Dear MoveOn Member,We strongly urge you to watch the debate tonight between John Kerry and George Bush. A lot of people will be tuned in, and their conclusion about who came out on top may seal their decision about who to vote for. They'll listen to you when you talk about this. If each of the 2.8 million MoveOn members watches these debates, and then gets out and promotes our candidate's positions, values and character, we could make all the difference. Your informed, personal endorsement of John Kerry carries more weight than you know.Political operatives in Washington consistently...
  • Checking Boxes: Transgender Chic

    04/01/2004 10:00:29 AM PST · by Mr. Silverback · 13 replies · 145+ views
    BreakPoint with Charles Colson ^ | April 1, 2004 | Charles Colson
    Members of the next incoming freshman class at Brown University will enjoy a new option when it comes to on-campus housing: what the school calls a “gender-neutral option.” Students selecting that option will live in a dorm with “lockable bathrooms for use by one person.” While we all like our privacy, just what kind of student requires these special accommodations? The answer: The newest fashionable minority on colleges campuses, “transgender students.” Fifty years ago, George Jorgensen stunned the world when he checked into a Copenhagen hospital and left as Christine Jorgensen after the world’s first sex-change surgery. Until recently, claims...
  • Subtle Subversion

    03/24/2004 7:41:17 PM PST · by Hank Kerchief · 1 replies · 479+ views
    The Autonomist ^ | 3/22/04 | Reginald Firehammer
      Subtle Subversion The concepts of, "public debate," and, "tolerance for opposing views," is today used as a tool of subversion. Subvert means to undermine or corrupt. When so-called, "conservative," media allow themselves to be used as a platform for collectivist and socialist views, the principles of individual liberty and republican limited government are corrupted.The recent example of the supposedly conservative New Hampshire newspaper, The Union Leader article, "Al-Qaida is not the mafia, it’s an ideological movement" By Peter Bergen, is also an example of the subtlety by which the leftist subversion is being put over.The first impression is that...
  • Gay unions accepted as routine in cultures for centuries

    03/01/2004 12:46:27 PM PST · by george wythe · 83 replies · 326+ views
    Salt Lake City Tribune ^ | Feb 29, 2004 | Will Bagley
    Marriage, says BYU law professor Richard G. Wilkins, "has always been about one sexual relationship -- the union of a man and a woman." Of course, this would be news to Brigham Young, who said "I do" to some 56 women.     Consider the furor and outrage Mormon polygamy evoked in the 19th century.     The laws sanctifying the one-man, one-woman model of marriage had forced millions upon millions of women "to become a prey to man's lust and a consuming sacrifice upon the altar of illicit passion," the Deseret Evening News thundered in December 1885.     "One man to...
  • Scientists counter Bush view: Families varied, say anthropologists

    02/29/2004 6:41:00 PM PST · by DemWatch · 55 replies · 276+ views
    SFGate ^ | Feb. 27, 2004 | Charles Burress
    <p>The primary organization representing American anthropologists criticized President Bush's proposed constitutional ban on same-sex marriage Thursday and gave a failing grade to the president's understanding of human cultures.</p> <p>"The results of more than a century of anthropological research on households, kinship relationships and families, across cultures and through time, provide no support whatsoever for the view that either civilization or viable social orders depend upon marriage as an exclusively heterosexual institution," said the executive board of the 11,000-member American Anthropological Association.</p>
  • ROADS TO ROMER: How Moral Teaching [on Homosexuality] Became a 'Fit of Spite'

    02/28/2004 6:05:55 PM PST · by Ronly Bonly Jones · 6 replies · 313+ views
    Eutopia: A Lay Journal of Catholic Thought ^ | Jan. 1999 | Richard L. Kent, Esq.
    Romer" - Richard L. Kent, J.D. Vol. 3 No. 2: January/February 1999 Roads to RomerHow Moral Teaching Became a 'Fit of Spite' by Richard L. Kent, J.D., Founding Editor, Eutopia The devil has the broadest perspectives for God; therefore he keeps so far away from God -- the devil being the most ancient friend of wisdom.... 1 -- Friedrich Nietzsche  I. IntroductionIn the happy days of the Summer of 1997, in which "the winter of our discontent [was] made glorious summer,"2 where the miraculously peaceful surrender of the last great enemy of American democracy was almost already forgotten, where the Dow...
  • IFI Condemns 'Planned Subversion' of IL Marriage Law by Cook County Clerk & Chicago Homosexual Lobby

    02/27/2004 8:55:36 AM PST · by chance33_98 · 14 replies · 239+ views
    IFI Condemns 'Planned Subversion' of IL Marriage Law by Cook County Clerk and Chicago Homosexual Lobby 2/27/04 11:27:00 AM -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- To: State Desk Contact: Deb Schloemer, 630-790-8370, or Peter LaBarbera, 630-717-7631, both of the Illinois Family Institute; http://www.illinoisfamily.org GLEN ELLYN, Ill., Feb. 27 /U.S. Newswire/ -- Illinois Family Institute Executive Director Peter LaBarbera today condemned the "planned subversion" of the state's marriage law defining marriage as between a man and a woman, and criticized Cook County Clerk David Orr for referring to the law he hopes to overturn as Illinois' "perceived" marriage law. Homosexual activists such as Chicago's openly...
  • Rosie O'Donnell Weds Longtime Girlfriend

    02/26/2004 3:02:12 PM PST · by Therapist · 114 replies · 667+ views
    Associated Press ^ | 02/26/2004 | Lisa Leff
    SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - Rosie O'Donnell married her longtime girlfriend Thursday, taking what she called a proud stand for gay civil rights in the city where more than 3,300 other same-sex couples have tied the knot since Feb. 12. "I want to thank the city of San Francisco for this amazing stance the mayor has taken for all the people here, not just us but all the thousands and thousands of loving, law-abiding couples," the former talk show host, holding a large bouquet of purple and yellow flowers, said after she and Kelli Carpenter emerged from their brief ceremony inside...
  • FREEDOM-TO-MARRY ACTIVISTS BORROW STRATEGY FROM FIGHT FOR RACIAL EQUALITY (Barf alert)

    02/22/2004 11:36:40 PM PST · by longtermmemmory · 5 replies · 431+ views
    San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom touched off a defiant outburst of matrimony 10 days ago when he decided his city would issue marriage licenses to gay and lesbian couples. These marriages -- now more than 3,000 -- are also one of the most flagrant acts of mass civil disobedience in recent years. The freedom-to-marry movement has long grounded its cause in the rhetoric and precedents of the American civil rights movement. As she began her arguments for gay marriage before the Vermont Supreme Court in 1998, lawyer Beth Robinson cited a landmark case from 1948, when the California Supreme Court...
  • Cynthia (clueless again) Tucker: Gay marriage: Why the fuss?

    02/21/2004 7:26:50 PM PST · by mhking · 46 replies · 239+ views
    Atlanta Journal-Constitution ^ | 2.22.04 | Cynthia Tucker
    Like many other states, Georgia is in a dire budget crunch -- cutting money for health care for the poor, parks, college professors and state troopers. Though the state longs to get its school children out of the academic cellar, it is cutting funds that would shrink the size of classes and improve the climate for learning. So what is so critical that it dominates debate at the Legislature this session instead? The issue that has consumed contentious hours of talk and testimony is gay marriage -- or, rather, "protecting" traditional marriage from same-sex unions. After public hearings that drew...
  • Exploring myths of a sexual subculture

    02/15/2004 3:04:07 PM PST · by NewHampshireDuo · 11 replies · 209+ views
    Portland (Maine) Press Herald ^ | 15 February, 2004 | Bob Keyes
    Photographer Barbara Nitke approached the subject of sadomasochism from the perspective of an unknowing observer. She discovered that her assumptions about the kinds of people who engaged in the behavior were wrong. "I thought if you were interested in it, it had to be because you had some traumatic childhood experience that reshaped your love life in a certain way. That was my theory, and it was quickly disproven," said Nitke, who will be at Radiant Light Gallery in Portland Friday to sign and discuss her newly published photography book, "Kiss of Fire: A Romantic View of Sadomasochism." An exhibition...
  • Thee I Wed-A progress report on the re-definition of marriage, from ten years in the future.

    02/06/2004 7:20:11 AM PST · by SJackson · 4 replies · 145+ views
    FrontPageMagazine.com ^ | February 6, 2004 | Lowell Ponte
    Satire: Thee I WedBy Lowell PonteFrontPageMagazine.com | February 6, 2004 VALENTINE’S DAY, 2014.  WHO COULD HAVE GUESSED how much would change during the decade following the February 2004 Massachusetts Supreme Court ruling that the state constitution required equal standing for same-sex marriage?But the crucial question continues to raise its head: when the ancient one-man-one-woman definition of marriage is declared obsolete, at what point sliding down the slippery slope can any new definition of marriage be established?The American Civil Liberties Union spent many months in Salt Lake City courtrooms arguing that polygamy ought to be legal, not because the ACLU loved apostate...
  • A different tune - Liberals undermine Middle America

    02/03/2004 12:02:19 AM PST · by kattracks · 1 replies · 133+ views
    Washington Times ^ | 2/03/04 | Loredana Vuoto
    <p>Conservative radio talk-show host Laura Ingraham'snew book, "Shut Up and Sing: How Elites from Hollywood, Politics, and the UN are Subverting America," exposes the hypocritical mindsetand agenda pervading this country's liberal elites.</p> <p>The no-nonsense Miss Ingraham, a columnist for the New York Sun, takes on liberal politicos and left-wing causes both in her nationally syndicated talk show and in her book. Hailed as a peer of Ann Coulter, Miss Ingraham doesn'tholdbackthe punches when it comes to promoting her conservative convictions. In Bill O'Reilly-style rhetoric, she isn't afraid to call a spade a spade or name names in order to fight injustice and corruption.</p>