An interesting post from Riehl, updating the story DavidL ran a few days ago, regarding Charles Rust-Tierney. Apparently, this slimeball…. well, go and read. I’m not even going to bother. Remember, gang, this guy is an ACLU bigwig… the same guy who is the one fighting for free access to porn at government-owned libraries.

Bill O’Reilly, who occasionally serves a purpose, performs admirably, here:

One of the images Tierney was in possession of showed a little girl tied up and screaming while being violently raped.

This shocking case received little media attention even though Tierney, 51, is a well-known figure in the Washington, D.C. area and strenuously fought against limits on Internet access in libraries.

On Dec. 1, 1998, Tierney issued this statement: “Recognizing that individuals will continue to behave responsibly and appropriately while in the library, the default should be maximum, unrestricted access to the valuable resources of the Internet.”

And included among those “resources” is child porn. The ACLU in Virginia successfully blocked any filtering of objectionable material in Loudon County libraries.

This is off-the-chart disturbing, and you would think the media would be all over it.

Well, yeah, I suppose you would, if you figured the press had any integrity. Longtime readers well know well that I do not. Nor does O’Reilly:

The truth is the committed left press in America is no longer interested in reporting the news. Anything that hinders a favorable view of the far left will be ignored; anything that advances liberal causes will be celebrated. News reporting today is largely about ideology and shaping the culture, not about informing the public.

Just so. And, of course such bias… such corruption is hardly limited to this case, involving the ACLU. What have I been saying about the coverage in Iraq, for example?

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2 Responses to “This is Worse Than We Figured….”

  1. Shocked?  Not really About the only thing I would find shocking pertaining the ACLU is if one of their members was discovered in possession of either an American flag or Bible.


  1. Bitsblog » We don’t need no stinking integrity