The so-called black leaders who Barack Obama used to acquire his black political identity, and from whom he does not distance, are certainly no disciples of the late Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.   They are races hustlers.    Christopher Hitchens, makes a bold assertion, “Today, the national civil rights pulpit is largely occupied by second-rate shakedown artists:”   Further, […]

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Is there life in Ipse Dixit? It’s moving for the first time in recent memory, and was noticed by a feed I apparently didn’t remember to turn off, years ago. Ah, yes, the typical ploy… if you can’t convince them with logic, you can always Re-educate them. I see Robert Mugabe demanding a recount in […]

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davidl on April 8th, 2008

Following up on Bit’s link  to John Hawkins’ interview with Dawn Eden.   I present the polar opposite view.   Our culture become so perverse we have made a virtue out of being a slut.  Loose sexual morality and winking at it, has become a qualification for president, video: But then morality is only based on one’s politics, and the […]

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Eric Florack on April 8th, 2008

Look, Guys…, I have to tell you, aside from what I’ve already said about that Times article… If someone wanted me to Blog for them for enough to support my needs, I might actually take them up on it.  As I’ve said a few times about my radio career, and my computer support career, I’m […]

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Eric Florack on April 8th, 2008

OK, I finally hit the end of my fuse with this stuff, when yesterday, a group of leftists decided to put a sign up on the Golden Gate bridge: “One world, one dream; Free Tibet.” Look, I sympathize with the idea of making Tibet free from the Chinese… but I’m totally turned off by the […]

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Eric Florack on April 8th, 2008

John Hawkins has an interview up with Dawn Eden, the author of the “The Thrill Of The Chaste.” I know you describe being chaste as rebellious, which is the opposite of what a lot of people probably think. Talk about that a little bit. What makes that so? Why is being chaste more rebellious than […]

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President George W. Bush is a foul-mouthed, reformed drunk obsessed with baseball, Saddam Hussein and a conflicted relationship with his dad. Or at least that’s how he’s portrayed in the script for Oliver Stone’s upcoming feature “W.”But how accurate is that depiction? As the film preps for its April 21 start date, The Hollywood Reporter […]

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Eric Florack on April 8th, 2008

Strike up the band and let’s hear a cheer… the good guys won: Radio Netherlands: The Hague – A judge has ruled in a case against MP Geert Wilders brought by the Dutch Islamic Federation that Mr Wilders is not guilty of spreading hate, although his statements are provocative. The Islamic Federation wanted a judgement […]

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