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2007 - Articles Archive
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October - December 2007
Cleverly Firing Back at Atheism
For centuries, atheism has been the rake lurking around the edges of the Christmas party, but now it’s slurping from the punch bowl in the middle of the room. 12/18/07
Santa Von Clausewitz
Carl Von Clausewitz is often quoted as saying, “War is the continuation of politics by other means”. I am not nearly so frequently quoted as saying, “The war on Christmas is the continuation of political correctness by a bunch of meanies”. 12/8/07
Over 400 Prominent Scientists Disputed Man-Made Global Warming in 2007
Over 400 prominent scientists from more than two dozen countries recently voiced significant objections to major aspects of the so-called “consensus” on man-made global warming. 12/20/2007
Year of global cooling
Al Gore says global warming is a planetary emergency. It is difficult to see how this can be so when record low temperatures are being set all over the world. In 2007, hundreds of people died, not from global warming, but from cold weather hazards. 12/19/2007
Teen Sex: There are No Positives
What is our society coming to when we encourage are children to have sex, when we hand out condoms in classrooms, and when we claim that teenage sex is actually beneficial? Are you kidding me here? 12/7/07
New Study Explodes Human-Global Warming Story
As much of the U.S. is being blasted by vicious ice storms, a blockbuster report published in a prestigious scientific journal insists that the evidence shows that climate warming is both natural and unstoppable and that carbon dioxide (CO2) is not a pollutant. 12/11/07
Tax Parents for Children’s Carbon Emissions
Having babies is bad for the planet, and parents of more than two children should be charged a birth levy and annual tax to offset the “greenhouse gases” their child will be responsible for over his or her lifetime. 12/10/07
Unlawful Speech Codes Thrive at Schools Nationwide
The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) released its 2007 report on campus speech codes, revealing that American colleges and universities are teeming with restrictions on students’ freedom of expression. 12/6/07
The Greenest Hypocrites of 2007
Green has traditionally been the color of the deadly sin of envy. But this year, a trendy upstart mounted a serious challenge to envy’s claim. The one thing these honorees all have in common is that their real-life actions belie their carefully crafted green public images. 12/6/07
Scientists Cure Mice with Adult Stem Cells
Scientists have the first evidence that those “reprogrammed stem cells” that made headlines last month really have the potential to treat disease: They used skin from the tails of sick mice to cure the rodents of sickle cell anemia. 12/6/07
The Golden Compass
The Golden Compass is $180 million movie that opens this weekend. Based on the first novel in a series written by an avowed atheist, it contains unmistakable criticism of the Church, which serves as an antagonist in the story. 12/4/07
White House Christmas Card and Message - 2007
During the Christmas season, our thoughts turn to the source of joy and hope born in a humble manger on a holy night more than 2,000 years ago. Each year, Christians everywhere celebrate this single life that changed the world and continues to change hearts today. 12/21/07
America Does Not Need a San Francisco Energy Policy
The latest House bill, in particular, is designed to increase bureaucratic hurdles to domestic energy production from oil, natural gas, wind, solar and biomass and punish American energy companies for being in the business of making energy. 12/4/07
Good Grief, ABC
Every year my family eagerly awaits the annual broadcast of the classic 1965 Peanuts special, “A Charlie Brown Christmas.” 12/3/07
Kosovo as a Symbol of Anti-Postmodernism
The Serbs are currently facing an ongoing reduction of their physical space to the point where the reliquiae reliquiarum of their demographically exhausted state will comprise only those lands on which nobody else can establish any kind of claim. 12/3/07
Baby Boomers Owe Young People an Apology
We live in the age of group apologies. I would like to add one. The baby boomer generation needs to apologize to America, especially its young generation, for many sins. 12/4/07
Stem Cell Vindication
Even a scientist who cares not a whit about the morality of embryo destruction will adopt this technique because it is so simple and powerful. The embryonic stem cell debate is over. 11/30/07
Save the Planet, Kill Your Baby
When Toni terminated her pregnancy, she did so in the firm belief she was helping to save the planet. At the age of 27 this young woman at the height of her reproductive years was sterilised to “protect the planet”. - 11/21/07
The great climate change extortion racket
Anyone who still believes that the Kyoto Accord is about actually reducing so-called greenhouse gasses in the atmosphere is in dire need of therapy. Kyoto is now and has always been about redistributing wealth. 11/30/07
Trading Places, Pro-Science Religious Beliefs Were Right
If the news of major breakthroughs in cell research should turn out to be correct, we are about to witness something like victory in the fight over embryonic stem cells. 11/28/07
The World Doesn’t Hate America; the Left Does
One of the most widely held beliefs in the contemporary world is that, with few exceptions, the world hates America. But it is not true that the world hates America. It is the world’s left that hates America. 11/27/07
Should fireplace fires be banned?
Radical environmentalists are once again working to destroy our freedoms and implement more useless regulations. - 11/22/07
Stem Cell Breakthrough Defuses Debate
Scientists have created the equivalent of embryonic stem cells from ordinary skin cells, a breakthrough that could someday produce new treatments for disease without the explosive moral questions of embyro cloning. - 11/20/07
Dolly Creator Wilmut Abandons Cloning
Cloning pioneer Ian Wilmut says he will no longer use in stem cell research the technique that resulted in the creation of Dolly the sheep but will instead pursue another form of experimentation that does not require the destruction of embryos. - 11/20/2007
A Tale of Two Houses
See if you can identify the specific owner of each of the houses described in this story. Then ask yourself, which owner really cares about the environment and who is the hypocrite? - 11/14/07
Life is not a Defined Benefit
The U.S Comptroller General and head of the GAO, Government Accountability Office, has described the entitlements crisis facing this country as a “tsunami” that approaches while we continue to party on the beach. - 11/2/2007
Hunger Hysteria: Examining Food Security and Obesity in America
What is rarely discussed is that the government’s own data show that the overwhelming majority of food insecure adults are, like most adult Americans, overweight or obese. Among adult males experiencing food insecurity, fully 70 percent are overweight or obese. - 11/13/2007
Crusades Versus Caution
There are many ways of coping with tragedies. One of the less promising, and often dangerous, ways is to launch a crusade. - 11/13/2007
Student Gets Detention for Hugging Her Friend
The casualties of our sexually immoral culture: Because post-modern, popular culture is waging a war against the innocence of our children by sexualizing them, we are forced into the position of understanding any innocent childhood affection as sexual. - 11/11/07
A misguided environmental-policy bill meandering through the Senate would slap U.S. businesses with pie-in-the-sky requirements for cutting greenhouse gases by unattainable amounts. - 11/11/2007
A Window into the Left’s Rage
The current issue of Rolling Stone magazine, its special 40th anniversary issue, reveals almost all one needs to know about the current state of the cultural left. - 11/13/2007
Who Ruined Public Education?
Teens know tons about sexual bonds but almost nothing about chemical bonds. American education seems to be failing large groups of kids with more and more people opting for alternatives such as private and home schooling. - 11/5/2007
Winning Iraq
If the old saw “no news is good news” has any truth to it, then things must be going very well indeed in the Iraq war. - 11/5/2007
Twin Survives Multiple Abortion Attempts, Refuses to Die
They say twins share a strong bond - but the one between Gabriel and Ieuan Jones was unbreakable. - 11/3/2007
Majority of San Diego Burn Patients are Illegal Immigrants
The fact that 11 of the 18 wildfire victims lying in UCSD Medical Center’s burn unit are illegal immigrants with no apparent health coverage highlights the daunting financial challenge hospitals face in providing long-term, intensive care for all those who need it. - 10/31/2007
Hillary Clinton Contradicts Herself in Debates, Lacks Vision
We now know something that we did not know before: When Hillary Clinton has a bad night, she really has a bad night. In a debate against six Democratic opponents at Drexel University here Tuesday, Clinton gave the worst performance of her entire campaign. - 10/31/2007
Hurricane Forecasters Wrong for Two Years in a Row
For the second year in a row forecasters are wrong on predicting the weather. The 2007 Hurricane season may rank as most ‘inactive’ in 30 years. - 10/30/2007
Are the Poor Getting Poorer?
Poverty is not static for people willing to work. A University of Michigan study shows that only 5 percent of those in the bottom fifth of the income distribution in 1975 remained there in 1991. - 10/30/2007
A Dangerous Precedent Abuilding in California
There is terrible news from California. On October 12, Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger signed into law three bills which, the opposition argues, introduce the radical homosexual agenda into educational institutions. - 10/25/2007
The Penalty for Being a Boy Scout
To be a Boy Scout in the twenty-first century entails some consequences. It means that you may not get funding from the United Way. It means that you cannot have summer camp in a city park. It means that your troop cannot be sponsored by a public school. - 10/24/2007
Outrage: The Mistreatment of Two Border Patrol Agents
Do you recognize the names of Ignacio Ramos and Jose Alonso Compean? You should. They are the former Border Patrol Agents who were convicted and sentenced to eleven and twelve years in federal prison, respectively, for wounding a Mexican drug smuggler who brought 743 pounds of marijuana across the U.S. border. - 10/24/2007
Bill Cosby Is Right, Again
Bill Cosby’s status as sage is confirmed by the release of his new book, co-authored with Dr. Alvin Poussaint of Harvard Medical School, Come On People: On The Path From Victims to Victors. Cosby and Poussaint remind us that black America’s hope for escape from abysmal self-destruction is moral formation -- not government programs or blaming white people. - 10/24/2007
Dumbledoring Down the Culture
Just when you thought it was safe to immerse kids in books about witchcraft, J.K. Rowling has to succumb to political correctness and “out” Hogwarts Headmaster Albus Dumbledore. - 10/24/2007
Democratic Tax-and-Regulate Congress Won’t Bar the Internet Tax
Ronald Reagan famously said: “The government’s view of the economy could be summed up in a few short phrases: If it moves, tax it. If it keeps moving, regulate it. And if it stops moving, subsidize it.” - 10/24/2007
Boston Legal TV Show Labels Abstinence Educators Murderous Liars
"ABC has no respect for the facts or our children's integrity," says Leslee Unruh, National Abstinence Clearinghouse President. "The latest Boston Legal script goes too far when it accuses abstinence educators of homicide and deceit." - 10/12/2007
Colorado State University Shames Itself
It cannot be stated often enough that our universities generally are run by fools who are breeding a generation of fools. There are, of course, many exceptions, but these exceptions have little impact on the deconstruction of civilization and the breeding of anti-intellectuals taking place at our universities. - 10/9/2007
August - September 2007
The Soros Threat To Democracy
George Soros is known for funding groups such as that seek to manipulate public opinion. So why is the billionaire's backing of what he believes in problematic? In a word: transparency. - 9/24/2007
Most Science Studies Appear to Be Tainted By Sloppy Analysis
We all make mistakes and, if you believe medical scholar John Ioannidis, scientists make more than their fair share. By his calculations, most published research findings are wrong. - 9/14/2007
From the Halls of Malibu to the Shores of Kennedy
Democrats claim Gen. David Petraeus' report to Congress on the surge was a put-up job with a pre-ordained conclusion. As if their response wasn't. Democrats yearn for America to be defeated on the battlefield and oppose any use of the military -- except when they can find individual malcontents in the military willing to denounce the war and call for a humiliating retreat. - 9/12/2007
Over 500 scientists published studies countering global warming fears
A new analysis of peer-reviewed literature reveals that more than 500 scientists have published evidence refuting at least one element of current man-made global warming scares. - 9/12/2007
An American Beslan?
Last week, CNN’s Glenn Beck aired a weeklong series of reports regarding purported plans by al Qaeda to coordinate a series of attacks at U.S. schools. Experts suggest that the Beslan attack was a dry run, and that al Qaeda hopes to prompt an overwhelming and irrational ‘hate response’ against Muslims. It’s al Qaeda’s hope that this would set off a massive war between Islam and the West. - 9/18/2007

'The Perfect Day' - 4 Part Series

Planned Parenthood’s Recent Hypocrisy
Planned Parenthood and its cheerleaders have long claimed they want abortion to be “safe, legal, and rare.” Do they promote things that make abortion “safe, legal, and rare” or do they actually support dangerous practices, ignore legal restrictions, and make decisions likely to increase the rate of abortion? - 9/11/2007
The Death of the Grown-Up
The unprecedented transfer of cultural authority from adults to adolescents over the past half century or so has dire implications for the survival of the Western world. - 9/6/2007
Mistreating Employees A Clear Sign of Management Troubles
Chris Banescu - When it comes to difficult management decisions, improperly planned and implemented layoffs represent one of the most disruptive and destructive decisions made by executives. - 8/28/2007
Fossils challenge old evoluton theory
Surprising research based on two African fossils suggests our family tree is more like a wayward bush with stubby branches, challenging what had been common thinking on how early humans evolved. - 8/8/2007
An Inconvenient Fact
Despite the anti-forestry scare tactics of celebrity movies, trees are the most powerful concentrators of carbon on Earth Dr. Patrick Moore is a co-founder of Greenpeace and chairman and chief scientist of Greenspirit Strategies Ltd. in Vancouver. - 8/29/2007
1 Down, 11,999,999 to Go
Democrats are counting on illegal immigrants to be the future of their party, their border guards for the new socialist state. At least liberals have a clear mission and know what they're fighting for. Their plan is to destroy America. - 8/22/2007
Red faces at NASA over climate-change blunder
In the United States, the calendar year 1998 ranked as the hottest of them all – until someone checked the math. After a Toronto skeptic tipped NASA this month to one flaw in its climate calculations, the U.S. agency ordered a full data review. - 8/14/2007
'Enough is Enough': While Washington Vacations, a War Rages Here at Home
By now you have heard about the three young college students who were murdered execution-style in Newark, N.J., last week. Another student was shot in the head but survived. What you might not have heard is that the shooter in this horrendous crime was in the country illegally. - 8/14/2007
Learn from the fall of Rome, US warned
The US government is on a ‘burning platform’ of unsustainable policies and practices with fiscal deficits, chronic healthcare underfunding, immigration and overseas military commitments threatening a crisis if action is not taken soon. - 8/14/2007
Change of Heart on Immigration?
The White House thinks it’s calling America’s bluff. After its relentless six-year campaign for amnesty crashed and burned in June at the hands of the common people, the White House has come up with a new plan: to start enforcing some of the laws they should have been enforcing all along, and so thoroughly scare the public with the consequences that there will be a popular groundswell for amnesty that will finally vindicate the administration position. - 8/13/2007
How Important Was NASA’s Change to Historical Climate Data Last Week?
Last week's revelation by Climate Audit's Steve McIntyre of a serious mistake and subsequent changes made by NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies in the temperature history of America has created quite a debate in the new media. - 8/13/2007
Canadian team discovers gene that turns cancers off
A unique gene that can stop cancerous cells from multiplying into tumours has been discovered by a team of scientists at the B.C. Cancer Agency in Vancouver. - 8/13/2007
The Martyrs No One Cares About
The blood of innocent Christian missionaries spills on Afghan sands. The world watches and yawns. The United Nations offers nothing more than a formal expression of "concern." - 8/1/2007
Lutherans to allow pastors in gay relationships
Homosexual Lutheran clergy who are in sexual relationships will be able to serve as pastors, the largest U.S. Lutheran body said on Saturday. - 8/11/2007
Seven Astronauts' Lives Hang in Global Warming Balance
The screaming left is always going on about the lives that will be lost from the global warming boogeyman, yet I can't find a single newspaper willing to confront the seven lives that may be lost on Wednesday because of it. - 8/13/2007
BET TV Airing a PSA Telling Kids to 'Read a Mo F'n Book'?
Do we need to encourage kids to read by cursing at them every other word in a song aired to them on a black centric television station? Is this the proper type of work that should be seen on BET? - 8/12/2007
Coddling Pedophiles
As long as the Supreme Court arbitrarily stretches the First Amendment beyond its original bounds, monsters like Jack McClellan can sleep worry-free. Meanwhile, America's parents will continue to sit up nights as their neighborhoods crumble around them. - 8/8/2007
Monkey Madness at UCLA
Violent animal "rights" radicals aim to kill Jules Stein Eye Institute researchers who test on animals. - 8/8/2007
Social Host Law Claims First Victim On Long Island
Marching towards George Orwell's horrific version of the future. American society is slowly but surely being turned into a Totalitarian paradise! Your daughter can have an abortion without you being notified, but if your 17 year-old teenager has a glass of wine or a beer, parents can now be arrested. - 8/7/2007
July 2007
Abortion Centers Misuse Heart Drug Digoxin to Do “Partial-Birth” Abortions
The partial-birth abortion ban made it clear that abortion practitioners can’t mostly deliver an unborn child before doing the abortion and killing her. To get around the ban, they are using the drug digoxin to kill the baby inside the mother’s womb and then cause the mother to miscarry the dead baby’s body. - 7/30/2007
In Business, Ethics is Everyone's Business
Chris Banescu - If employees see executives and managers acting in an unethical manner, they feel justified behaving the same way. - 7/31/2007
Sex Ed for Kindergartners? Romney-Obama Debate Heats Up
For the second day in a row, Republican presidential candidate and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney blasted Democratic presidential hopeful Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., for believing "age-appropriate" sex education should begin as early as kindergarten. [7/19/2007]
Castro’s Doctors Plot
Shorn of Michael Moore-style myth making, Cuba’s “doctor diplomacy” appears less a humanitarian achievement than yet another blot on the country’s human-rights record. - 7/26/2007
Russian youth: Stalin good, migrants must go
Russia's youths admire Soviet dictator Josef Stalin -- who presided over the deaths of millions of people -- and want to kick immigrants out of Russia, according to a poll released on Wednesday. - 7/25/2007 -
Edwards' poverty tour embraces failed policies
The oft-quoted saying from the book of Ecclesiastes, "There is nothing new under the sun," is especially true of Democratic presidential hopeful John Edwards' well-intentioned but misguided "poverty tour." - 7/24/2007
Sex Ed for Kindergarteners 'Right Thing to Do,' Says Obama
Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., told Planned Parenthood Tuesday that sex education for kindergarteners, as long as it is "age-appropriate," is "the right thing to do." [7/18/2007]
The ACLU: Enemy of America and Christianity
For the past forty years the ACLU has used every legal machination to make the display of Christmas trees illegal if placed in a public institution or on property where there is even the remotest connection to a tax dollar. - 7/20/2007 -
The Problem of Equality
When political candidates advocate trade barriers and news headlines scream about the gap between rich and poor, it is good to be reminded that ill-advised policy proposals are not a feature unique to contemporary society. - 7/18/2007 -
Illegal Immigration and the Church: Philanthropic Lawlessness
Christians are dividing over the issue of immigration – along lines not necessarily predictable by creed, denomination, or even political bent. The emotionally charged immigration issue is forcing Christians to consider not only the institutionalized response of churches, but also the individual requirements of faith. [7/11/2007]
Doomed to red ink - In Sacramento, a 3.8% increase is a 'deep cut'
We know journalists have a reputation for struggling with math, but calling a 3.8 percent increase a “slash” in funding is absurd. [7/19/2007]
Celebrating Income Inequality
Income inequality is a natural and desirable part of a free, prosperous society. While some of the problems critics point to are legitimate concerns, income inequality is not. - 7/26/2007
Morally Paralyzed
"Moral paralysis" is a term that has been used to describe the inaction of France, England and other European democracies in the 1930s, as they watched Hitler build up the military forces that he later used to attack them. - 7/24/2007
FBI: Iraqis Being Smuggled Across the Rio Grande
The FBI is investigating an alleged human smuggling operation based in Chaparral, N.M., that agents say is bringing "Iraqis and other Middle Eastern" individuals across the Rio Grande from Mexico. [7/17/2007]
Zanzibar Fishermen Catch Ancient Fish
Another blow to the Macro Evolutionary theory. Fishermen in Zanzibar have caught a coelacanth, an ancient fish once thought to have become extinct when it disappeared from fossil records 80 million years ago. [7/16/2007]
Fear of a global 'coldening'
Last month Australians endured our coldest June since 1950. Imagine that; all those trillions of tonnes of evil carbon we've horked up into the atmosphere over six decades of rampant industrialisation, and we're still getting the same icy weather we got during the Cold War. [7/14/2007]
Why Are Atheist Books Best Sellers?
In just the last few months, three books attacking belief in God and making a case for atheism have been national best sellers. The secular indoctrination of a generation that has grown into adulthood is bearing fruit. [7/10/2007]
Whose Side Is Michael Chertoff On?
Words mean something, and when any official of either the Mexican or United States Government uses the term "migrant" to refer to illegal aliens, they do not believe in the sovereignty of our borders -- or any other border for that matter. [7/10/2007]
Follow the Money: Stem Cells and Subsidies
While the Usual Suspects are busy denouncing Bush for being anti-science, the media debate completely obscures the economic interests at stake. Big bio-tech companies stand to make money from government subsidy of embryonic stem cell research. [7/7/2007]
June 2007
Scientific Research Refutes Many of Gore's Climate Claims
Many of the assertions Gore makes in his movie, ''An Inconvenient Truth,'' have been refuted by science, both before and after he made them. Gore can show sincerity in his plea for scientific honesty by publicly acknowledging where science has rebutted his claims. [6/30/2007]
Secularist Europe Silences Pro-Lifers and Creationists
Last week, a German court sentenced a 55-year old Lutheran pastor to one year in jail for “Volksverhetzung” (incitement of the people) because he compared the killing of the unborn in contemporary Germany to the holocaust. [6/25/2007]
The king of the jungle doesn't frighten the lion whisperer
Animal behaviourist Kevin Richardson has such an intimate bond with big cats that he can spend the night curled up with them without the slightest fear of attack. [6/26/2007]
Legal scam to defraud U.S. Citizens of jobs explained...
This is a clip of a legal seminar on how to exclude qualified U.S. citizens from legitimate job postings in their own country. [6/22/2007]
High price for load of hot air
There is every doubt whether any global warming at all is occurring at the moment, let alone human-caused warming. For leading politicians to be asserting to the contrary indicates something is very wrong with their chain of scientific advice, for they are clearly being deceived. [6/18/2007]
NOAA Weather Stations with Problems
Temperatures measured by NOAA weather stations possibly compromised due to faulty sensors placement. [6/17/2007]
Planned Parenthood Reports Record Abortions, High Profits
Despite a drop in donations and the first fall in income from clinics in its history, the nation's biggest abortion provider made a high profit last year, thanks to the American taxpayer. [6/15/2007]
'No Drug Smuggler Left Behind!'
Bush won't build a wall and he keeps prosecuting law enforcement officers who stop illegal border crossers. But trust him: He'll get right on that border enforcement business as soon as we grant amnesty to 12 million illegal aliens. [6/13/2007]
Freedom, not climate, is at risk
The biggest threat to freedom, democracy, the market economy and prosperity now in ambitious environmentalism, not in communism. This ideology wants to replace the free and spontaneous evolution of mankind by a sort of central (now global) planning. [6/13/2007]
Suit to decide workplace 'hate speech'
The words "natural family," "marriage" and "union of a man and a woman" can be punished as "hate speech" in government workplaces, according to a lawsuit that is being appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court. [6/11/2007]
Ted Kennedy Shamelessy Panders to Illegals
During an appearance on the wildly popular Piolín in the Morning radio show in Los Angeles, Sen. Ted Kennedy broke into a lively rendition of "Ay Jalisco No Te Rajes (Don't Give Up On Me)." Kennedy promised that he "won't let you down" to all the illegal immigrants in the US. [6/22/2007]
Ted Kennedy Shamelessy Panders to Illegals
Appearing on the Piolin radio show in support of immigration "reform", aka a massive amnesty for illegal aliens, Senator Teddy Kennedy broke into song, in Spanish. [6/22/2007]
Bush's America: Roach Motel
Apart from abortion, no subject produces so much disingenuousness as America's immigration policy, both legal and illegal. For nearly 50 years, Americans have been intentionally lied to about our immigration laws. [6/6/2007]
Cuba: What a Great Place to Visit! Never Mind the Dictatorship
With Michael Moore’s “Sicko,” a film that glorifies the Cuban health care system, just three weeks from debuting in theaters, Matt Lauer hosted NBC’s “Today Show” from Havana and praised it as a “booming” economy. [6/5/2007]
ABC Attacks NASA Skeptic with 'Incensed' Scientists
Offer any skepticism of global warming and the media quickly line up experts to discredit you. [6/2/2007]
Putin threatens to target Europe with missiles
Russian President Putin has threatened to target Europe with missiles, including potentially nuclear weapons, in a dramatic escalation of his Cold War-style showdown with the United States. [6/2/2007]
Mr. President, Tear Down This Bill
Giving amnesty and special treatment to millions of illegals who flaunted this very same legal system and chose to repeatedly violate our laws and national sovereignty, is a slap in the face of those countless millions of legal immigrants who ethically and honorably respected our laws and customs. [6/5/2007]
The Free Market Case Against the Immigration Bill
The benefit an immigrant provides to an economy comes from the value of his work. The lower an immigrant's skill, the less value the economy derives from his presence. [6/1/2007]
4 Muslims Charged in JFK Airport Terror Plot
Four Muslim men were foiled from carrying out a plot to destroy John F. Kennedy International Airport, kill thousands of people and trigger an economic catastrophe by blowing up a jet fuel artery that runs through populous residential neighborhoods. [6/2/2007]
Bush’s Push on Immigration Tests GOP Base
President Bush’s advocacy of an immigration overhaul and his attacks on critics of the plan are provoking an unusually intense backlash from conservatives who form the bulwark of his remaining support, splintering his base and laying bare divisions within a party whose unity has been the envy of Democrats. [6/2/2007]
President Bush has torn the conservative coalition asunder
What President Bush is doing, and has been doing for some time, is sundering a great political coalition. This is sad, and it holds implications not only for one political party but for the American future. [6/1/2007]
May 2007
This is What Love Looks Like
No greater love exists on earth, than a parent's love for their child. This love story began in Winchester, Mass., 43 years ago, when Rick was strangled by the umbilical cord during birth, leaving him brain-damaged and unable to control his limbs.
Hot Air Study Melts Global Warming Theory
Global warming alarmists may want to expedite their efforts to hamstring the global economy with greenhouse gas regulation. A new study touted as showing that we’re not sufficiently panicky about manmade carbon dioxide emissions actually supports the exact opposite conclusion. [5/27/2007]
Blood of Iraqi Martyrs
Over the past three years, Iraqi Muslim extremists have targeted Orthodox Christians in systematic attacks, aimed at driving them from their homes, their work places, and their churches. [5/28/2007]
Cooling heels on global warming
While the world has warmed by 0.74C over the past 100 years and while temperatures at the Arctic have increased at almost twice the global average there has been no warming at all at the Antarctic. That's right. No global warming at the South Pole. [5/25/2007]
The Conservative Mind
The left prides itself on, and frequently boasts of, its superior appreciation of the complexity and depth of moral and political life. But political debate in America today tells a different story. [5/29/2007]
Lawmakers pass redefinition of 'sex'
In a move with national implications, California's state Senate passed a bill today that establishes a new definition for "sex," threatens references to "mom" and "dad" and could restrict the presentation of scientific evidence to students. [5/24/2007]
California State Senate Passes Homosexual Indoctrination Bill
Radical legislation mandating that schoolchildren as young as kindergarten learn about and support transsexuality, bisexuality and homosexuality has passed the California State Senate. [5/24/2007]
Jefferson Hated "Hate Crime" Legislation
Thomas Jefferson would have hated a "hate crime" bill where the legislative powers of government censored people who held traditional Judeo-Christian religious opinions regarding sex. [5/14/2007]
Global warming debunked
A combination of misinterpreted and misguided science, media hype, and political spin had created the current hysteria and it was time to put a stop to it. Man's contribution to the greenhouse gases was so small, only 3.2 per cent of that, hence only 0.12 per cent of the greenhouse gases in total we couldn't change the climate if we tried. [5/19/2007]
Emory U's Religious Left Can't Handle the Truth
Emory University's response to the truth about Islamic Jihad was fairly typical of the responses of campus authorities, including campus religious authorities to the threat of radical Islam: deny the threat itself and condemn those who describe it as intolerant alarmists. [5/7/2007]
Environmentalist Calls Mankind a 'Virus'
The totalitarian impulses of the neo-communists (calling themselves "environmentalists") are plain for everyone to see. This is indeed the pinnacle of hypocrisy and demogaguery. [5/6/2007]
Che and Cho
In scope, range and duration the Che Guevara farce far surpasses any other in modern history. Only the modern era's master huckster and media manipulator -- with the eager aid of his ever-faithful accomplices in the Western media, academia, publishing and filmmaking -- could have created a masterful guerrilla warrior and secular saint out of this hatred filled, murderer, sadist, coward, and epic idiot. [5/7/2007]
The Cult of Che
The cult of Ernesto Che Guevara is an episode in the moral callousness of our time. Che was a totalitarian. He achieved nothing but disaster, murder, and destruction.
No Wonder They're Afraid of Brit Hume
The Democrats' foolish responses during the debate demonstrate their obvious lack of preparation to lead the country. [5/3/2007]
April 2007
New Global Warming Film Confronts Al Gore
Some of Gore’s alarmist claims that Hayward demolishes pertain to melting glaciers, rising sea levels, Mt. Kilimanjaro’s snow cap and the Kyoto treaty. Hayward presents contradicting scientific charts and news clips all the while stating “this doesn’t sound like consensus science to me.” [4/26/2007]
Industry caught in carbon 'smokescreen'
Companies and individuals rushing to go green have been spending millions on "carbon credit" projects that yield few if any environmental benefits. [4/25/2007]
Beating Freedom of Speech
This is a challenge to all Western governments, for it is a challenge to the freedom of speech that is rooted in the constitutions and laws of Western states, and ultimately is intimately connected with the freedom of conscience and the Judeo-Christian view of the dignity of the human being before God. [4/25/2007]
The Partial-Birth Abortion Challenge
The striking fact about the debate here is not that some people are appalled and revolted by what is done in these instances, but that some people are not. They don't flinch from the violence visited on well-developed fetuses in the name of reproductive freedom. Any abortion, in their eyes, is a justifiable abortion. [4/23/2007]
Free Economies and the Common Good
No one can seriously doubt that free enterprise is not only the greatest generator of human well being but that it also serves all classes in society. [4/23/2007]
There's No Such Thing as the Perfect Temperature
Recently many people have said that the earth is facing a crisis requiring urgent action. This statement has nothing to do with science. There is no compelling evidence that the warming trend we've seen will amount to anything close to catastrophe. [4/14/2007]
Forecaster Blasts Gore on Global Warming
A top hurricane forecaster called Al Gore "a gross alarmist" Friday for making an Oscar-winning documentary about global warming. [4/7/2007]
How About Economic Progress Day?
Watching the media coverage, you'd think that the earth was in imminent danger -- that human life itself was on the verge of extinction. Technology is fingered as the perp. Nothing could be further from the truth. [4/25/2007]
Record Numbers Share 'Truth' at High Schools
Reaching its third year, ”Day of Truth” recorded 6,954 high school students from around the nation who wanted to voice their disapproval of homosexuality one day after the pro-homosexual “Day of Silence.” [4/24/2007]
Let's Make America a 'Sad-Free Zone'!
From the attacks of 9/11 to Monday's school shooting, after every mass murder there is an overwhelming urge to "do something" to prevent a similar attack. But since Adam ate the apple and let evil into the world, deranged individuals have existed. [4/18/2007]
Researchers Question Validity Of A 'Global Temperature'
Recently many people have said that the earth is facing a crisis requiring urgent action. This statement has nothing to do with science. There is no compelling evidence that the warming trend we've seen will amount to anything close to catastrophe. [4/14/2007]
March 2007
Vietnam sends dissident priest to prison
Vietnam has sentenced a Catholic priest to eight years in prison for his pro-democracy activities as the communist regime stepped up its crackdown on dissidents calling for greater civil liberties and independent organisations, including opposition parties. [3/30/2007]
Judiciary won't allow Christian beliefs
A magistrate judge in Sheffield, England, has been told he cannot serve on the local court's Family Panel, even though he's been recognized as having "an unblemished record and is well regarded by fellow magistrates" because he is a Christian. [3/3/2007]
Why Risk Matters
Risk-taking is indispensable for wealth-creation. At the root of wealth-creation is entrepreneurship, and entrepreneurship is impossible unless we are ready to risk testing new ideas, products, and services in the market-place. [3/7/2007]
Scientists have inconvenient news for Gore
There is a rising chorus of concern, extending even to "moderate" scientists with no political axe to grind, over Al Gore's tactics and advocacy. [3/14/2007]
Fix Bad Government with More Government?
The partisans who are scoring political points by gnashing their teeth over the outpatient failures at Walter Reed Army Medical Center are missing the point: The government did it. It is especially aggravating because many of these same partisans want to turn the nation's health care system over to...the government. [3/10/2007]
Global Warming Is Not a Crisis
Extreme weather events are ever present, and there is no evidence of systematic increases. Outside the tropics, variability should decrease in a warmer world. If this is a "crisis," then the world is in permanent "crisis," but will be less prone to "crisis" with warming. [3/9/2007]
Al Gore's Inconvenient Electric Bill
Given that Gore calls the fight against global warming a “moral imperative” in the movie, you might reasonably think that he practices what his movie’s web site preaches. But you’d be wrong. [3/8/2007]
School kids' march in 'gay' parade protested
San Diego parents were especially concerned about the school's elementary-age children marching in the annual event. The group presented the school board with pictures from the parade of scantily dressed men, sadomasochists and drag queens. [3/3/2007]
With five private jets, Travolta still lectures on global warming
Travolta's serious aviation habit means he is hardly the best person to lecture others on the environment. But John Travolta went ahead and did it anyway. [3/30/2007]
HERITAGE FOUNDATION: "How Modern Liberals Think"
February 2007
An experiment that hints we are wrong on climate change
When politicians and journalists declare that the science of global warming is settled, they show a regrettable ignorance about how science works. [2/11/2007]
Let them eat tofu!
Liberals haven't the foggiest idea how the industrial world works. They act as if America could reduce its vast energy consumption by using fluorescent bulbs and driving hybrid cars rather than SUVs. [2/28/2007]
The Fog of Choice
Legal prohibition is important, and will undoubtedly have some positive effect. But the problem of abortion is, in fact, a problem of choice, a problem of understanding and embracing human life in its earliest stages, even when that life can be eliminated to our great convenience. And this is no easy choice to make, not when an entire culture has been enmeshed so tightly in the devil’s snares. [Feb. 2007]
The Two Universities of Texas
How can any self-respecting liberal countenance academic programs in which there is only one side presented to the most controversial issues of the day? [2/23/2007]
Greenhouse sceptics to congregate, Environmentalism the New Religion
Environmentalism has largely superseded Christianity as the religion of the upper classes in Europe and to a lesser extent in the United States. [2/28/2007]
Gore Mansion Uses 20x the Energy of Average Household
The average household in America consumes 10,656 kilowatt-hours (kWh) per year, according to the Department of Energy. In 2006, Gore devoured nearly 221,000 kWh — more than 20 times the national average. [2/26/2007]
Mars Melt Hints at Solar, Not Human, Cause for Warming
Simultaneous warming on Earth and Mars suggests that our planet's recent climate changes have a natural—and not a human- induced—cause. The sun's heat output can account for almost all the climate changes we see on both planets. [2/28/2007]
Role of Climate in Polar Bears' Fate Under Dispute
A climate scientist based in Massachusetts, is among those raising questions about some of the most recent research on polar bears. He contends that polar bear populations have actually been increasing since hunting restrictions were initiated in the early 1970s. [2/22/2007]
Row Over Removal of College Cross Takes New Turn
The president of a Virginia college who removed a historical cross from the school's chapel to make it more welcoming is taking flak for allowing the performance of a risqué show and justifying it by invoking the need to "avoid censorship." [2/23/2007]
Inconvenient Truths
When it comes to global warming, apparently the truth is inconvenient. And it’s not just Gore’s movie that’s fiction. It’s the rhetoric of the Congress and the chief executive, too. [2/23/2007]
Preventing Armageddon
Twenty years later, Russia and Iran still prove we need Reagan's missile defense program. [2/23/2007]
An experiment that hints we are wrong on climate change
Enthusiasm for the global-warming scare also ensures that heatwaves make headlines, while contrary symptoms, such as this winter’s billion-dollar loss of Californian crops to unusual frost, are relegated to the business pages. Did anyone tell you that in east Antarctica the Adélie penguins and Cape petrels are turning up at their spring nesting sites around nine days later than they did 50 years ago? While sea-ice has diminished in the Arctic since 1978, it has grown by 8% in the Southern Ocean. [2/11/2007]
Prodigal Nation
We may be a nation of ever-more lost prodigals, but our own decision, for our own lives, in turning back toward the Loving Father, is where changing a nation can begin. In spite of the loud messages that draw our attention to be continually entertained, if not numbed, may we seek out the quiet message of the Lord, who waits lovingly for us to come to Him. [2/4/2007]
Global Warming Skeptics Shunned
The political climate isn't good for scientists with dissenting views on global warming, leaving some researchers to fear that honest research could be blackballed in favor of promoting a "consensus" view. [2/8/2007]
January 2007
Work Matters
Our everyday work relates to and pleases God. It should change the way we think about the businesses and work in which we partake, and perhaps transform how we go about that work. [1/31/2007]
The PC campus – politically corrupt
I'm kind of tired of hearing about our "politically correct" colleges and universities. There's nothing "politically correct" about them. They are politically corrupt. [1/26/2007]
The Abomination of Child Molestation
"But whoever causes one of these little ones who believe in Me to sin, it would be better for him if a millstone were hung around his neck, and he were drowned in the depths of the sea" (Matthew 18:6) Through the millennia the force of our Lord's admonition glares through. What would Christ say about a culture such as ours, where child molestation is endemic and where we have gone Sodom one better in perversity? [1/23/2007]
Uproar over border agents to get White House review
Amid growing criticism from congressmen and activists of its handling of the prosecution of two Border Patrol agents, the White House promises to review a transcript of the trial. "We've looked at the facts, and the facts are it's an outrage," said Schlafly. "The bottom line is the drug smuggler was given immunity and went Scot free, and two border guards went to prison for 11 and 12 years." [1/29/2007]
New Books Confirm Global Warming Is Natural, Moderate
Two powerful new books say today's global warming is due not to human activity but primarily to a long, moderate solar-linked cycle. Singer and Avery note that most of the earth's recent warming occurred before 1940, and thus before much human-emitted CO2. [1/30/2007]
Chavez's Holy War
It is not often we have the opportunity to watch a dictatorship being established. But few question this is now under way in Venezuela. [1/17/2007]
The Cardinal & Mrs. O’Sullivan
The faithful in the pews have been scandalized long enough by politicians who flout the sanctity of life in the most egregious way while enjoying the congeniality extended to them by members of the Catholic hierarchy and clergy and the honors bestowed on them by Catholic colleges and universities. [1/2/2007]

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