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Posted by Mark on June 30, 2004

The Socialist Agenda: “‘Many of you are well enough off that … the tax cuts may have helped you,’ . The politician said, ‘We’re saying that for America to get back on track, we’re probably going to cut that short and not give it to you. We’re going to take things away from you on behalf of the common good.’ ”

It wasn’t Lenin.

It wasn’t Stalin.

It wasn’t even Gorbachev in the bad old days.

That quote would be from Hillary herself, helping to promote Barbara Boxer, and of course her hubby’s lie-ography.

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Posted by Mark on June 30, 2004

Pilgrim’s Progress? – John Kerry’s dubious approach to religion. By Steven Waldman

One more from Slate. Love this opening quote:

As you may already know, one of America’s two political parties is extremely religious. Sixty-one percent of this party’s voters say they pray daily or more often. An astounding 92 percent of them believe in life after death. And there’s a hard-core subgroup in this party of super-religious Christian zealots. Very conservative on gay marriage, half of the members of this subgroup believe Bush uses too little religious rhetoric, and 51 percent of them believe God gave Israel to the Jews and that its existence fulfills the prophecy about the second coming of Jesus.

Liberals could read these statistics and sneer about “those silly Republicans” were it not for the fact that it’s the Democrats who hold these beliefs. And the abovementioned ultrareligious subgroup is not the so-called “Religious Right” but rather the so-called “African-Americans.”

And that’s just the start. Great look at Mr. Kerry’s, ahem, religion problem.

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Posted by Mark on June 30, 2004

Unfairenheit 9/11 – The lies of Michael Moore. By Christopher Hitchens

This critique by Christopher Hitchens is worth a long, slow perusal, like a nice hot shower after a roll in the crap of Michael Moore….

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Posted by Mark on June 29, 2004

The Socialist Agenda: “‘Many of you are well enough off that … the tax cuts may have helped you,’ . The politician said, ‘We’re saying that for America to get back on track, we’re probably going to cut that short and not give it to you. We’re going to take things away from you on behalf of the common good.’ ”

It wasn’t Lenin.
It wasn’t Stalin.
It wasn’t even Gorbachev in the bad old days.

That quote would be from Hillary herself, helping to promote Barbara Boxer, and of course her hubby’s lie-ography.

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Posted by Mark on June 29, 2004

Pilgrim’s Progress? – John Kerry’s dubious approach to religion. By Steven Waldman
One more from Slate. Love this opening quote:
As you may already know, one of America’s two political parties is extremely religious. Sixty-one percent of this party’s voters say they pray daily or more often. An astounding 92 percent of them believe in life after death. And there’s a hard-core subgroup in this party of super-religious Christian zealots. Very conservative on gay marriage, half of the members of this subgroup believe Bush uses too little religious rhetoric, and 51 percent of them believe God gave Israel to the Jews and that its existence fulfills the prophecy about the second coming of Jesus.

Liberals could read these statistics and sneer about “those silly Republicans” were it not for the fact that it’s the Democrats who hold these beliefs. And the abovementioned ultrareligious subgroup is not the so-called “Religious Right” but rather the so-called “African-Americans.”

And that’s just the start. Great look at Mr. Kerry’s, ahem, religion problem.

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Posted by Mark on June 29, 2004

Unfairenheit 9/11 – The lies of Michael Moore. By Christopher Hitchens
This critique by Christopher Hitchens is worth a long, slow perusal, like a nice hot shower after a roll in the crap of Michael Moore….

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Posted by Mark on June 27, 2004

Jayna Davis – From Oklahoma City to the Middle East

I’m currently reading a staggering book, The Third Terrorist, by Jayna Davis.

Here’s her website. Worth looking at frequently.

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Posted by Mark on June 27, 2004

Jayna Davis – From Oklahoma City to the Middle East
I’m currently reading a staggering book, The Third Terrorist, by Jayna Davis.
Here’s her website. Worth looking at frequently.

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Posted by Mark on June 23, 2004

The High Cost of Liberal Media Bias

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Posted by Mark on June 23, 2004

Governments True Role in Space

Great look at how government, limited government, can help lead the way into space.

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