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  • The 10 Algorithms That Dominate Our World

    05/25/2014 9:30:53 PM PDT · by ckilmer · 61 replies
    io9.com ^ | 5/22/2014 | George Dvorsky
    The 10 Algorithms That Dominate Our World 152,35526 George DvorskyProfile George Dvorsky ExpandThe importance of algorithms in our lives today cannot be overstated. They are used virtually everywhere, from financial institutions to dating sites. But some algorithms shape and control our world more than others — and these ten are the most significant.Just a quick refresher before we get started. Though there's no formal definition, computer scientists describe algorithms as a set of rules that define a sequence of operations. They're a series of instructions that tell a computer how it's supposed to solve a problem or achieve a certain...
  • 10 Inconvenient Facts Both Parties Love To Ignore

    11/14/2013 8:11:59 AM PST · by TurboZamboni · 19 replies
    listverse.com ^ | 10-25-13 | morris m
    you’ve ever had the misfortune to watch MSNBC or Fox News, you’re probably aware that politics causes people to say some pretty dumb things. But did you know political belief has been scientifically linked to blind irrationality? It’s true: Partisan people will always ignore evidence if it goes directly against their beliefs, no matter how difficult the mental gymnastics involved. Don’t believe me? Here are 10 basic facts guaranteed to send die-hard liberals and GOP stalwarts into a froth of irrationality.
  • Girl babysitter, aged TEN, charged with manslaughter after 'suffocating and poisoning baby'

    08/31/2012 6:38:12 AM PDT · by Morgana · 13 replies
    mail online ^ | 8.31.2012 | Mike Jaccarino
    A 10-year-old Maine girl has been charged with killing an infant entrusted to her mother's care to babysit for the night - the youngest person to be hit with a manslaughter rap in the state in at least 25 years. Three-month-old Brooklyn Foss-Greenaway of Clinton died on July 8, and the Maine State Police declared the death a homicide on Wednesday. A day later, authorities reportedly charged the 10-year-old daughter of her babysitter with manslaughter. Nicole Greenaway, the infant’s mother, told The Bangor Daily News a toxicology report stated a medication was found in the infant’s system that was the...
  • Seven of the Top Ten Wealthiest Members of Congress Are Democrats

    11/16/2011 7:10:41 PM PST · by Sprite518 · 11 replies
    PJ Media ^ | 11/15/20011
    Yes America, there is a wealth gap. Seven of the top ten wealthiest members in Congress are Democrats. Democratic members of Congress tend to be wealthier than their Republican counterparts. And, the wealthy Democrats tend to inherit their money. Republicans tend to earn it.
  • Top Ten Things We Can't Say Anymore: According to the Dept. of Homeland Security....

    01/13/2011 9:55:18 PM PST · by Nachum · 48 replies
    Theo Spark ^ | 1/14/11 | Theo Spark
    1. Target audience 2. The movie bombed 3. I have a question. “Shoot!” 4. Attack ad 5. He shot his big mouth off 6. Over my dead body! 7. Annie get your gun 8. Bullets over Broadway 9. Killer app 10. I almost died laughing
  • Erekat: Ten EU countries to approve Palestinian embassies

    12/19/2010 11:10:04 AM PST · by Nachum · 8 replies
    jpost.com ^ | 12/19/10 | staff
    Chief PLO negotiator says Palestinian missions abroad are a step closer toward becoming embassies of an "occupied state with defined borders." Some 10 EU countries are scheduled to upgrade the status of Palestinian representative offices in their capitals in the near future, Chief PLO negotiator Saeb Erekat declared on Sunday. The move means that Palestinian missions would move a step closer toward becoming embassies whose workers enjoy full diplomatic immunity. Erekat said that the move follows Norway’s recent decision to upgrade the status of the Palestinian representative office. Moreover, the move comes in wake of three South American countries to...
  • Top ten liberal lies about Iraq

    03/08/2010 8:25:11 AM PST · by aquapub · 12 replies · 492+ views
    Conservative Examiner ^ | 3-8-10 | Robert Moon
    Now that the news media are finally being forced to admit that Iraq was a success, here are the top ten falsehoods liberals have used to destroy public support for this war.
  • Ten signs Democrats are simply rooting against America

    02/12/2010 6:51:56 AM PST · by aquapub · 2 replies · 828+ views
    Conservative Examiner ^ | 2-12-10 | Robert Moon
    The only problem with Democrats falling to the ground and playing the victim over people noticing that their policies don't work is that their lame "Bush did it too" excuse holds no water. Bush read Richard Reid his "rights" because he had no other choice...
  • Planned Parenthood demands condoms for ten-year-olds

    02/09/2010 11:48:54 AM PST · by aquapub · 43 replies · 758+ views
    Conservative Examiner ^ | 2-9-10 | Robert Moon
    The leftist pro-abortion group Planned Parenthood has released a new report calling for children as young as ten years old to be given access to contraceptives and taught to be "sexual beings"...
  • The top ten male solo artists EVER

    02/05/2010 7:55:13 AM PST · by Jakarta ex-pat · 291 replies · 3,359+ views
    5/02/10 | Phil.K
    OK. So which male artists NOT associated with duo, group etc would make your top 10. Here's mine..in no particular order..Non opera please!
  • Ten Commandments Have Staying PowerUpdated: 10 hours 22 minutes ago

    01/19/2010 8:52:15 PM PST · by pansgold · 5 replies · 301+ views
    Ten Commandments Have Staying Power ^ | I / IXX / MMX | pansgold
    A copy of the commandments is back on the wall of a Kentucky courthouse after the federal court ruled late last week that the display does not violate the U.S. Constitution. After a decade of court battles with the American Civil Liberties Union and others, advocates of religious expression seem to be on a winning streak.
  • Top Ten reasons it took Obama 3 days to respond to terror attempt

    12/30/2009 2:52:24 PM PST · by Nachum · 24 replies · 1,474+ views
    American Thinker ^ | 12/30/09 | William Tate
    Barack Obama has received considerable criticism for waiting three days to address the attempted Christmas Day bombing of Northwest Flight 253. In the holiday spirit of giving, I would like to offer Obama ... the Top 10 excuses Obama can use for why it took him so long to speak up. 10. My teleprompter was on vacation last week. 9. Polishing a Nobel Prize takes longer than you think. 8. It was Bush's fault. (Hey, it worked last year.)
  • Top Ten Obama Outrages of 2009 (Call for Nominations)

    12/28/2009 9:12:19 AM PST · by ml/nj · 46 replies · 1,253+ views
    Dec 28, 2009 | ML/NJ
    It occurs to me that if the top Obama Outrages of 2009 are not gathered together and documented in one place, they will as if they had not occurred at all. Outrages that should make the list, I think, should be major demonstrations of stupidity, deceit, treason, or ineptitude (or combinations thereof). I admit to not even being able to start a list because these events, unlike say arguably misspelling potato, are so quickly erased from the public consciousness. Several things that I might nominate include giving an iPod as a gift to the Queen; inserting himself into the Cambridge...
  • Top ten signs something might be wrong with your 'change'

    12/22/2009 6:56:10 PM PST · by aquapub · 1 replies · 570+ views
    AP Photo/Susan Walsh10. Both sides of the aisle consistently reject it...and the more you push it, the more people turn against you (Obama's disapproval rating is now 56%). 9. You must deliberately stack the deck with slanted calculations and misleading budget gimmicks to manufacture the illusion that it is "deficit-neutral." ObamaCare will explode the deficit with 111 new federal bureaucracies. 8. While insisting that "reducing costs" is the central purpose, you refuse to do anything at all about the primary cause of skyrocketing costs--frivolous lawsuits (because trial lawyers are huge Democrat campaign donors). 7. Rather than reducing costs, as advertised,...
  • 10 Years on Free Republic! (Well, +2 days) (Vanity)

    11/10/2009 2:09:33 PM PST · by Pyro7480 · 81 replies · 967+ views
    myself | 10/10/2009 | Pyro7480
    I just let an anniversary go by unnoticed. I became a member of Free Republic on November 8, 1999. At that point in my life, I was a sophomore in college. Now, I'm a youngish professional with more than my fair share of grey hair already, and less than 8 months from reaching the "big" three-zero birthday. First, I want to thank Jim Robinson and all those who maintain this wonderfully addictive website. I get most of my news off of here. It is such a clearinghouse for what's going on in there world But more than that, it's a...
  • Farrah Fawcett Dies of Cancer at 62

    06/25/2009 9:51:35 AM PDT · by Perdogg · 364 replies · 22,998+ views
    people ^ | 06.25.09
    Farrah Fawcett, who skyrocketed to fame as one of a trio of impossibly glamorous private eyes on TV's Charlie's Angels, has died after a long battle with cancer. She was 62. Fawcett died at 9:28 a.m. PST at St. John’s Heath Center in Santa Monica, Calif. She had recently returned to St. John's for treatment of complications from anal cancer, first diagnosed three years ago. Her longtime partner Ryan O'Neal was at her side throughout her final days. Like so much about Fawcett's life – including her bumpy relationship with O'Neal – her heroic struggle to beat the disease was...
  • Ten arrested at Malmö pro-Israel demo

    02/08/2009 12:46:25 PM PST · by Nachum · 5 replies · 541+ views
    the local ^ | 2/8/09 | staff
    Ten people were arrested in connection with a pro-Israel demonstration in Malmö on Sunday. The city's main square was closed as the demo met with anti-Israel protesters. Around 50 anti-Israel protesters had gathered but they were kept apart from the main demonstration, in front of the city hall on Stortorget, by a police barrier. The protesters were practically encircled by police but still managed to set off a number of bangers which disturbed the otherwise peaceful demonstration. Demonstrators displayed a sense of humour with several banners expressing comments on recent events concerning racism and racist stereotyping of some Malmö's residents...
  • Ten killed, eight detained as Coalition forces target al-Qaeda senior leaders (Samarra, Iraq)

    11/25/2007 6:09:21 PM PST · by Son House · 7 replies · 290+ views
    MULTI-NATIONAL FORCE-IRAQ PRESS DESK ^ | Sunday, 25 November 2007 | MULTI-NATIONAL FORCE-IRAQ
    BAGHDAD – Ten terrorists were killed and eight suspects detained during Coalition forces operations Saturday north of Samarra. During three coordinated operations early Saturday, Coalition forces targeted senior al-Qaeda in Iraq leaders and associates, killing a wanted individual, believed to be associated with the Badush prison escape in March. Reports indicate that the wanted individual had previously been imprisoned for weapons smuggling. As the ground force approached the target area, they were engaged by armed men who were then observed maneuvering into defensive positions near a reed line. Responding in self-defense, the ground force called for supporting aircraft to engage,...
  • Ten Impossible Things Liberals Believe Before Breakfast (Don Feder On The Liberal Wackadoos Alert)

    10/10/2007 7:50:16 AM PDT · by goldstategop · 20 replies · 2,771+ views
    Don Feder.com ^ | 10/10/2007 | Don Feder
    Based on a thorough examination of the historical record, I have concluded that the prototypical modern liberal wasn't Norman Thomas, Dr. Spock, Eugene McCarthy or George McGovern, but the Red Queen in Lewis Carroll's "Through The Looking Glass." Consider the following exchange: "I can't believe that," said Alice. "Can't you?" the Queen said in a pitying tone. "Try." Alice laughed. "There's no use trying," she said. "One can't believe impossible things." "I dare say you haven't had much practice," said the Queen. "When I was your age, I always did it for a half-hour a day. Why, I've sometimes believed...
  • 'Blind' motorist caught driving three times [claimed to be blind for ten years]

    05/11/2007 11:04:54 AM PDT · by bedolido · 3 replies · 286+ views
    thelocal.se ^ | 5-11-2007 | Staff Writer
    A motorist in Helsingborg has been ordered to pay back over a quarter of a million kronor in disability benefits after claiming to be blind for a period of ten years. The person in question was caught driving a car on three separate occasions while at the same time receiving benefits totalling 268,000 kronor ($38,500). The Swedish Social Insurance Agency (Försäkringskassan) explained its decision to request reimbursement in a letter to the individual concerned: "While investigating your case in the autumn of 2006, we received information suggesting that you cannot be considered sightless.
  • Britain says 15 sailors detained by Iranian forces in Iraqi waters

    03/23/2007 6:58:35 AM PDT · by Islander7 · 24 replies · 1,151+ views
    International Herald Tribune ^ | March 23, 2007 | AP
    LONDON: Iranian naval vessels seized 15 British sailors and marines Friday in Iraqi waters, the Ministry of Defense said. The British personnel from the frigate HMS Cornwall were "engaged in routine boarding operations of merchant shipping in Iraqi territorial waters," and had completed their inspection of a merchant ship when they were accosted by Iranian vessels, the ministry said in a statement. "We are urgently pursuing this matter with the Iranian authorities at the highest level and ... the Iranian ambassador has been summoned to the Foreign Office," the ministry said. "The British government is demanding the immediate and safe...
  • Berger took papers to a hiding place

    12/21/2006 6:09:46 AM PST · by 3AngelaD · 73 replies · 2,070+ views
    THE WASHINGTON TIMES ^ | December 21, 2006 | Jerry Seper
    Former National Security Adviser Samuel R. Berger, fined $50,000 for taking classified documents from the National Archives, hid the papers under a construction trailer where they later could easily be retrieved, a report yesterday said. The National Archives Office of Inspector General said that during a 2003 visit to the facility, Mr. Berger left the building unescorted for a break, during which time he "placed the documents under a trailer in an accessible construction area outside Archives 1 (the main Archives building)." The report said Mr. Berger acknowledged that he later retrieved the documents from the construction area and brought...
  • Ten Terrorists Captured in Iraq

    04/29/2006 8:50:28 PM PDT · by SandRat · 14 replies · 435+ views
    WASHINGTON, April 29, 2006 – Coalition forces captured 10 terrorist suspects in Iraq over the past two days, U.S. military officials reported. Coalition forces spotted two suspected terrorists videotaping their convoy as they conducted a security patrol in Mosul yesterday. When the soldiers began to move towards the camera crew, the two individuals attempted to flee, but effective maneuvering allowed the troops to capture the men without incident, U.S. officials said. Improvised explosive initiating devices were found in the suspect's car. Both men tested positive for explosives residue and were taken to a coalition detention facility for processing. In a...
  • Top Ten Junk Science Stories of the Past Decade

    04/07/2006 5:02:25 PM PDT · by cougar_mccxxi · 8 replies · 1,191+ views
    Fox News ^ | Thursday, April 06, 2006 | Steven Milloy
    My web site JunkScience.com celebrated its 10th anniversary on April 1, 2006. To mark the event, this column spotlights 10 big junk science stories of the last 10 years. In no particular order, they are: 1. The most toxic manmade chemical? That’s what some called dioxin, a by-product of natural and industrial combustion processes and the “contaminant of concern” in the Vietnam-era defoliant known as Agent Orange. Billions of dollars have been spent studying and regulating dioxin, but debunking the scare only cost a few thousand dollars. Keying off Ben & Jerry’s claim on its ice cream packages that “there...
  • Top 10 Reasons Democrats and Liberals Make Me Sick

    04/03/2006 10:47:17 AM PDT · by NavySon · 62 replies · 1,084+ views
    Top 10 Reasons Democrats and Liberals Make Me Sick 10: Barney Frank 9: Anti-Death Penalty 8: Ted “Miller Time” Kennedy · Enough said. 7: They complain too much. · It’s called the Electoral College. You know, that thing that’s been around since the ratification of the Constitution. Ringing any bells? 6: Pro-Abortion 5: Political Correctness · Affirmative action · It’s “In GOD we trust,” get over it, liberals. · No nativity scenes, Christmas trees, or “Merry Christmas” signs: liberal utopia 4: Hippocracy · Protesting illegal alien laws = valiant · Patriotism = racist 3: The Clintons 2: Wasted Tax Money...
  • Vive la révolution des fonctionnaires!

    03/25/2006 5:49:53 PM PST · by forty_years · 9 replies · 592+ views
    http://netwmd.com ^ | March 25, 2006 | Andrew Jaffee
    Thousands of French students have taken to the streets to... protest for cushy jobs? Au moment même où vous avez pensé ce ne pourrait pas devenir plus mauvais. Well, it has. Much worse. France's economy is sluggish, sporting a whopping 10% unemployment rate, precisely because of the stiff and rigid sentiments of the student protestors. There's nothing Bohemian ("libéral") about them; precisely the opposite. Dynamic economies flourish. State-controlled economies decline. From the BBC: To the barricades, they went, these revolutionaries, to fight for their rights - to pensions, mortgages and a steady job. Such odd revolutionaries. No heartfelt cry to...
  • Ten Enemies Killed, One Detained in Iraq, Afghanistan Operations

    03/23/2006 4:48:23 PM PST · by SandRat · 11 replies · 406+ views
    WASHINGTON, March 23, 2006 – Operations in Iraq and Afghanistan on March 21 left 10 enemy fighters dead, military officials reported. Four al Qaeda terrorists were killed when they engaged coalition forces during a raid about eight miles south of Samarra, Iraq, Multinational Force Iraq officials said. Troops approached three vehicles during a raid against a top al Qaeda cell leader who controls a large number of al Qaeda associates in the area near Samarra and Balad, officials said. The enemy, positioned around the vehicles, engaged the coalition troops. A firefight ensued, and four enemy terrorists were killed. A fourth...
  • Mother of Three Hamas Terrorists Umm Nidal Farhat: I Am Willing to Sacrifice My Ten Sons

    01/03/2006 11:50:07 PM PST · by LibWhacker · 36 replies · 2,317+ views
    Memri ^ | 1/4/06
    Palestinian Legislative Council Candidate and Mother of Three Hamas Terrorists Umm Nidal Farhat: Israelis are Not Civilians and There are No Prohibitions on Killing Them; I Am Willing to Sacrifice My Ten Sons The following are excerpts from an interview with Umm Nidal [1], Palestinian Legislative Council Candidate and the mother of three Hamas terrorists who were killed while taking part in "martyrdom" operations. Dream2 TV aired this interview on December 21, 2005.TO VIEW THIS CLIP, VISIT: http://www.memritv.org/search.asp?ACT=S9&P1=980 . Interviewer: "Umm Nidal is a woman who voluntarily sacrificed her sons for the sake of resisting the occupiers. This woman...
  • Religion, government and the Declaration of Independence

    06/30/2005 9:20:43 AM PDT · by Alexander Rubin · 197+ views
    Canada Free Press ^ | Thursday, June 30, 2005 | Michael M. Bates
    This week the U.S. Supreme Court ruled on government displays of the Ten Commandments. Apparently some of the justices have enrolled in the John Kerry School of Advanced Nuance and Nonsense. Displaying the Ten Commandments outside the Texas state capitol is OK, but displaying them inside Kentucky courthouses isn’t. Bringing some common sense to the matter was, as usual, Justice Antonin Scalia. In his dissent he wrote: "What distinguishes the rule of law from the dictatorship of a shifting Supreme Court majority is the absolutely indispensable requirement that judicial opinions be grounded in consistently applied principle." Consistency? Principle? In present...
  • Supreme Court splits difference on Ten Commandments

    06/27/2005 9:29:53 AM PDT · by Teófilo · 3 replies · 220+ views
    According to the Associated Press: A sharply divided Supreme Court on Monday upheld the constitutionality of displaying the Ten Commandments on government land, but drew the line on displays inside courthouses, saying they violated the doctrine of separation of church and state. Sending dual signals in ruling on this issue for the first time in a quarter-century, the high court said that displays of the Ten Commandments — like their own courtroom frieze — are not inherently unconstitutional. But each exhibit demands scrutiny to determine whether it goes too far in amounting to a governmental promotion of religion, the court...
  • Roy Moore's Popularity May Be Problem For GOP

    06/14/2005 5:22:05 PM PDT · by njackson22 · 153 replies · 2,023+ views
    The Boston Globe ^ | June 14, 2005 | Nina Easton
    WASHINGTON -- As Republican strategists weigh the party's prospects for 2006 and 2008, they are increasingly worried about a political confrontation with Roy S. Moore, the former chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court who became a hero to religious conservatives when he refused to follow a federal court order to remove a Ten Commandments monument from the state's judicial building.
  • Exactly How Nuts Does It Have to Get? - (strong words from JB Williams; "tolerance" for terrorists?)

    05/30/2005 1:26:12 PM PDT · by CHARLITE · 21 replies · 1,077+ views
    CAPITOL HILL COFFEE HOUSE.COM ^ | MAY 30, 2005 | JB WILLIAMS
    Just when I thought I had seen everything, I stumble across what might be the most grotesque example of intellectual insanity in the history of the universe. It figures I would find such a shining example of imbecilic lunacy in the halls of our own congress. This special kind of idiocy takes the form of House Resolution 288, conceived and sponsored by none other than Mr. “can’t we all just get along without religion” John Conyers, Jr. [(D) of course…] our esteemed Representative from Michigan. The pending bill is Mr. Conyers answer to the bogus Newsweek report which wrongly accused...
  • FLASHBACK: August 27, 2003 -- A New Commandment

    03/03/2005 5:53:25 AM PST · by bigsky · 1 replies · 259+ views
    Human Events Online ^ | 8/27/03 | Chris Field
    [Editor's Note: This article first appeared on August 27, 2003.]Every day the nation is reminded of how much the Left wants to remove the subject of God from the American lexicon and, thereby, the American mindset. They support cries to remove the Ten Commandments from schools and courthouses, to strike "under God" from the Pledge of Allegiance, to erase "In God We Trust" from our currency, and to prevent Nativity scenes from appearing on court house lawns. Anything that alludes to Judeo-Christian theology automatically receives the disdain of liberals. And few things point to the authority and history of the...
  • "One Nation Under God" CARTOON featuring Moses and the Ten Commandments...

    03/02/2005 7:20:58 AM PST · by IPWGOP · 16 replies · 1,442+ views
    IowaPresidentialWatch.com ^ | 3/2/2005 | IPWGOP
    Supreme Court decision pending... cartoon by FReeper IPWGOP (aka Linda Eddy)courtesy of www.iowapresidentialwatch.com click here for really large versionThis is an email-able, copyright-ready graphic you can use in emails, on blogs, in flyers, on posters... anything that's noncommercial.
  • String Theory, at 20, Explains It All (Are There 10 Dimensions Of Space and Time?)

    12/10/2004 7:09:09 AM PST · by shrinkermd · 47 replies · 2,179+ views
    NY Times ^ | 7 December 2004 | By DENNIS OVERBYE
    ASPEN, Colo. - They all laughed 20 years ago. It was then that a physicist named John Schwarz jumped up on the stage during a cabaret at the physics center here and began babbling about having discovered a theory that could explain everything. By prearrangement men in white suits swooped in and carried away Dr. Schwarz, then a little-known researcher at the California Institute of Technology. Only a few of the laughing audience members knew that Dr. Schwarz was not entirely joking. He and his collaborator, Dr. Michael Green, now at Cambridge University, had just finished a calculation that would...
  • PLEASE! STOP POSTING SAME MESSAGE ON ALL BOARDS!

    08/16/2002 7:39:49 AM PDT · by Merchant Seaman · 715 replies · 30,137+ views
    Annoyed Reader
    The purpose of FreeRepublic.com's multiple message boards is to limit the topics for each board to particular topics. Posting the same message on all the boards defeats the purpose of multiple-boards for special topics. It is very annoying to see the same message on every bulletin board. PLEASE! DO THE READERS A FAVOR. STOP CROSS-POSTING YOUR MESSAGES!
  • Democratic Underground can't count to ten

    10/25/2004 4:38:10 PM PDT · by PoliticalTracker · 28 replies · 604+ views
    Political Tracker ^ | PoliticalTracker
    DU has a new piece out listing the "top ten conservative idiots." They are... 1. "Team Bush" 2. Dick Cheney 3. Condi Rice & Tom Ridge 4. George W. Bush 5. George W. Bush 6. Vote Fraudsters 7. George W. Bush 8. Tom Delay 9. Alan Keyes 10. Randal Wagner So we have a whole group of people for #'s 1 & 6, two people for #3, and one person listed three times. I guess to someone who can't actually count to ten, they wouldn't understand the world we live in, so they might be inclined to call names for...
  • John Kerry's Ten Commandments

    10/15/2004 9:09:57 AM PDT · by George Stupidnopolis · 7 replies · 594+ views
    10/15/04 | George Stupidopolis
    Thou shalt have no other Gods before me, unless of course the other God in question happens to be Teresa, who would smite me down and make me sleep on the couch till next August if she thought I for a second implied that her bank account was not the Supreme Diety Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven images, unless your name is MoveOn.org, in which case you can go graven to your hearts content and malign the character of the infidel George W. Do not take the liberals name in vain, particularly in the realm of suggesting...
  • Henry to Display Ten Commandments

    07/07/2004 8:16:05 AM PDT · by Veritas_est · 10 replies · 659+ views
    WSBTV.COM ^ | July 7, 2004
    Henry to Display Ten Commandments Move Could Prompt Legal Fight POSTED: 6:25 am EDT July 7, 2004 MCDONOUGH -- Henry County commissioners have voted to display the Ten Commandments in the county courthouse after a citizen donated a 3-by-2 foot framed copy. "Let them sue. I'm not afraid of a lawsuit," Commissioner Gerry Adams said Tuesday as the commission agreed to the display requested by Ray McBerry, who said he represented League of the South. McBerry suggested that his donated copy of the Ten Commandments, along with the Declaration of Independence and the Bill of Rights, be placed in the...
  • Constitution Party of Georgia 2004 State Convention

    06/06/2004 2:45:02 PM PDT · by Ricardo4CP · 8 replies · 260+ views
    Constitution Party of Georgia ^ | June 1, 2004 | Ricardo Davis
    P.O. Box 2153 Woodstock, Georgia 30188 Constitution Party of Georgia 2004 State Convention"The Second American Revolution: For God, Family, and Country" Date:  Saturday, June 19, 2004 Time:  9 a.m. - 6 p.m. Location:  ACS, Inc., 6400 Peake Road Macon, Georgia Keynote PresentationMichael Anthony Peroutka Constitution Party candidate for President and founder of Institute on the Constitution will introduceRoy S. Moore Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice"Restoring the Moral Foundation of Law" Confirmed SpeakersBuddy Hanson, Christian Policy Council "The Lesser of Two Evils or the Greater of One Good"Pastor Dan Thrower, Enon Grove Community Church "The Law of God: Deterrent to...
  • Activist Says Alabama Voters Remember Where Candidates Stood On Ten Commandments Issue

    06/04/2004 11:42:53 AM PDT · by truthandlife · 204+ views
    Agape Press ^ | 6-4-04 | Allie Martin
    A justice on Alabama's Supreme Court who voted to remove a Ten Commandments monument from the state judicial building was soundly defeated in the Republican primary. Former Alabama chief justice Roy Moore backed Tom Parker, his former aide who campaigned against Supreme Court justice Jean Brown's vote to remove Moore's monument. Although three other candidates backed by Moore lost to incumbents in Tuesday's statewide Republican primary, Parker managed to defeat the incumbent Judge Brown. Parker received 51 percent of the votes to the Brown's 49 percent in the primary. Now he will go on to face Democrat Robert Smith, a...
  • Top Ten Way Saddam Hussein Celebrated His 67th Birthday. (LOL!)

    04/29/2004 9:48:47 AM PDT · by The G Man · 9 replies · 163+ views
    Brent Bozell's MRC | 4/28/04 | David Letterman
    "Top Ten Way Saddam Hussein Celebrated His 67th Birthday." 10. Entertained by stripper dressed as U.N. inspector 9. Visits from wives 1, 3 and 12 and Sean Penn 8. Arranged fleas on his chest to form number "67" 7. Thanked Allah he wasn't drafted by the San Diego Chargers 6. Wondered why Uday and Qusay haven't called 5. Spent a little time in the "spider-hole," if you know what I mean 4. Folded old death warrants into festive birthday hats 3. Cellmate popped out of giant falafel 2. Realized he's one year closer to going to hell 1. Pretty much...
  • Bills to Fix America's 'Deficit of Decency'

    02/18/2004 10:06:58 AM PST · by hinterlander · 10 replies · 273+ views
    Human Events Online ^ | February 18, 2004 | Chris Field
    The other day, Sen. Zell Miller, the Right's favorite Democrat, gave a compelling speech in which he lamented the "deficit of decency" in America and pondered ways by which we might regain our moral bearings. During the speech he noted the many attacks on morality by the "Culture of Far Left America" and an out-of-control federal judiciary, remarking that it's happening in a number of areas "whether it is removing a display of the Ten Commandments from a Courthouse or the Nativity Scene from a city square" or "eliminating prayer in schools or eliminating 'under God' in the Pledge of...
  • Group Calls For Removal Of 10 Commandments From Public Park

    02/03/2004 12:33:32 PM PST · by anonymous_user · 25 replies · 288+ views
    WGAL ^ | WGAL
    Group Calls For Removal Of 10 Commandments From Public Park Local Churches, Groups Offer Home For Monument POSTED: 6:37 PM EST February 2, 2004 UPDATED: 11:59 PM EST February 2, 2004 HANOVER, Pa. -- It has been 50 years since a Ten Commandments monument was placed in Wirt Park in Hanover, York County. Do you think it is all right for a religious monument to be displayed in a public park? Do you think it is all right for a religious monument to be displayed in a public park? Yes No Only if other religions are equally represented Now, Hanover...
  • Alabama G Pryor goes against his own writings on the public display to the ten commandments

    11/13/2003 3:01:59 AM PST · by Proverbs 3-5 · 43 replies · 256+ views
    Official Alabama Attorney General's Web Page ^ | Sunday, April 27, 1997 | Attorney General Bill Pyor
    It seems to me that based on this AG Pryor should be opposing the rogue federal judge and not prosecuting Chief Justice Moore... Moore is not guilt of breaking any law but in not following a federal judges order that is not based on any law... Sunday, April 27, 1997 Religious Display Proper By Bill Pryor The display of the Ten Commandments in the Alabama courtroom of Judge Roy Moore is not an establishment of religion. In its landmark school prayer ruling of 1962, the U.S. Supreme Court acknowledged, "The history of man is inseparable from the history of religion."...
  • Justice Moore Says Ten Commandments Battle Not Over Yet

    11/04/2003 3:44:55 PM PST · by veryone · 7 replies · 88+ views
    http://www.cbn.com/ ^ | November 4, 2003 | David Brody
    Justice Moore Says Ten Commandments Battle Not Over Yet By David Brody Congressional Correspondent November 4, 2003 Justice Moore's Ten Commandments crusade came to a screeching halt at the steps of the U.S. Supreme Court yesterday. CBN.com – WASHINGTON, D.C. — Even though the Supreme Court has decided not to hear the case of Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore, the legal battles over the Ten Commandments are far from over. Justice Moore's Ten Commandments crusade came to a screeching halt at the steps of the U.S. Supreme Court yesterday. The justices were simply unwilling to take the case,...
  • Roy Moore on Religion in the Public Square

    10/13/2003 1:44:40 PM PDT · by hinterlander · 4 replies · 166+ views
    Human Events Online ^ | October 13, 2003 | Joseph A. D'Agostino
    At the American Cause's "Voices for the Unborn" conference October 4, HUMAN EVENTS Associate Editor Joseph A. D'Agostino interviewed Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore. Moore, who addressed the conferees, has become a hero to many constitutionalist Americans by standing up to federal courts who have ordered the removal of his stone monument of the Ten Commandants from public display in the Alabama supreme court building. Moore is currently attempting to have the U.S. Supreme Court reverse lower federal court decisions that have forced the removal, at least for the time being. Moore argues that Americans are not obliged to obey...
  • Ten Commandments Supporters Jailed: A Personal Account

    10/10/2003 7:53:27 AM PDT · by danielsparks · 29 replies · 636+ views
    The Rev. Daniel J. Sparks, OAC ^ | October 9, 2003 | The Rev. Daniel J. Sparks, OAC
    On Sunday, October 5, 2003, I walked a block from my hotel in Washington, D.C. to St. Matthew’s Cathedral on Rhode Island Avenue. A 10 a.m. service was scheduled at the church, where the Red Mass would be celebrated—a service held prior to the beginning of a new session of the U.S. Supreme Court and which the Supreme Court justices normally attend. I was walking with two ladies with whom I had been travelling on the Spirit of Montgomery Save the Commandments caravan from Montgomery, Alabama to Washington, D.C. When we approached the block where St. Matthew’s is located, we...
  • The 10 Nolo Contenderes

    08/22/2003 3:40:38 PM PDT · by billbears · 8 replies · 246+ views
    LRC ^ | 8/22/03 | Christopher Manion
    Let’s stop beating around the Burning Bush. Chief Justice Roy Moore, of the Alabama Supreme Court, might need to have these modern, up-to-date alternatives ready for display on the first court date after Labor Day. The Ten Nolo Contenderes I. There is no Lord, often referred to as God, so false gods are fine, especially Political Figures and Supreme Court justices. For all practical purposes, Government is god. Get used to it. All religious zealots who criticize this section are absolute evil, terrorists, and the enemy, and thou shalt turn them all in. II. Speaking of Political Figures, thou shalt...
  • God Bless Judge Roy Moore - Save the Ten Commandments

    08/21/2003 4:05:58 PM PDT · by CtPoliticsGuy · 116 replies · 376+ views
    http://www.dondodd.com/zeiger/hans.html ^ | August 21, 2003 | Hans Zeiger
    In a recent piece of hate mail, I was taken to task for using the term "God-given rights." "GOD doesn't give rights; the CONSTITUTION does," wrote the critic from Surf City, California. Actually, the constitution acknowledges the rights that are established in the Ten Commandments of God. Like Mr. Surf City, Judge Myron Thompson misunderstood the relationship between God and government when he ruled that Alabama Supreme Court Justice Roy Moore cannot display the Ten Commandments. In this iconic battle between American values and liberal secularism, every political and social debate that is worth the fight will be won or...