Saturday, October 26, 2002

Object to being sent a pro-homosexual policy memo and lose your job.

"Kodak is constantly trying to cram this diversity/inclusive culture crap down our throats. We are told by management that all beliefs are welcome. Well, as Rolf found out, if your opinions and fundamental beliefs go against the Kodak party line, you will be gone."

Friday, October 25, 2002

Tuesday, October 22, 2002

Can't really blog for the next few days as I have to try to churn out a "friend of the court" brief involving the Boy Scouts.

Monday, October 21, 2002

UCLA won't sign onto pledge combatting campus "anti-Semitism". I put the quotes around anti-Semitism because it seems to be used in a way that includes opposing foreign policies that are favorable to Israel. If that's the case, then I would probably agree with UCLA's hesitancy. In and of itself, expressing opposition to certain foreign policies that are favorable to Israel is no more anti-Semitic than opposing MFN trading staus for China is anti-Chinese. The characterization can change, of course, depending upon the underlying motivation for the opposition.

Bob Jones University may be making steps to clean up its image as far as racial matters go, but it is still perpetuating strident anti-Catholicism.

"The school's public relations problems probably come as much from its attitude toward other religions as from its past racial policies. Michelle Berg, a junior with a trendy short-handled purse whom I meet in the student center, assures me, 'We love [Catholics]. We have a way for them to be saved from hell.' But this involves telling them that 'what they believe is wrong' and unfortunately, says Berg, 'people don't see that as love.'''

It's one thing to not agree on the truth. But if being judgmental and presumptuous about another person's salvation is an expression of true Christian love, then send me to Hell right now because I will never be a Bob Jones fundamentalist.