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Archive for June 10th, 2005

What’s All the Hubbub, Bub?

Posted by Mark on June 10, 2005

Ah-hah!!! They’ve found the goods at last! That reliable bastion of the TRUTH, the New York Times has outed the heretic, who dares defy the Holy Right of the Greenhouse Effect. How dare he change that which is the Word of our Righteous Earth Mother, Gaia, as spake by our Holy Men, the Environmental Scientists.

Here, from The Inalienable Right, is a correct reading of the story. Won’t slow down the witchhuntes on the left, but at least presents a fair parsing of another Gotcha! story from the Grey Lady.

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What’s All the Hubbub, Bub?

Posted by Mark on June 10, 2005

Ah-hah!!! They’ve found the goods at last! That reliable bastion of the TRUTH, the New York Times has outed the heretic, who dares defy the Holy Right of the Greenhouse Effect. How dare he change that which is the Word of our Righteous Earth Mother, Gaia, as spake by our Holy Men, the Environmental Scientists.

Here, from The Inalienable Right, is a correct reading of the story. Won’t slow down the witchhuntes on the left, but at least presents a fair parsing of another Gotcha! story from the Grey Lady.

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Faith of our Fathers

Posted by Mark on June 10, 2005

An important column for Father’s Day:

Should we fear a man who prays?

Some liberals think that we should. They’re apparently comfortable, to judge from Father’s Day advertisements, with men who fish, golf, repair things and fix hamburgers on the grill. But one who goes to church every week, or who prays daily with his children, is viewed with suspicion, if not downright hostility.

Now, before you start commenting with words like Patriarchy and subjugation and such, take a deep breath, read the column, and the link to Dr. Wilcox paper…then comment.

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Faith of our Fathers

Posted by Mark on June 10, 2005

An important column for Father’s Day:

Should we fear a man who prays?

Some liberals think that we should. They�re apparently comfortable, to judge from Father�s Day advertisements, with men who fish, golf, repair things and fix hamburgers on the grill. But one who goes to church every week, or who prays daily with his children, is viewed with suspicion, if not downright hostility.

Now, before you start commenting with words like Patriarchy and subjugation and such, take a deep breath, read the column, and the link to Dr. Wilcox paper…then comment.

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a Comment »