Saturday, February 16, 2008

Real Christians™ are Liberal, Pro-G@y and Pro-Abortion

So adjudges Chuckles Barkley, who also thinks conservative so-called "Christians" are unbiblically judgmental. h/t Creative Minority Report

There's Constitutional Law

Then there's the Constitution established by our country's Founding Fathers.

Yes, there is a distinction, and starting this spring, the George Mason University School of Law will be requiring its students to take a new course that focuses "on a large number of important original legal sources familiar to the founding generation, ranging from Magna Carta and the English Bill of Rights to the Federalist (and Anti-Federalist) Papers, along with constitutional debates at the Philadelphia Convention and in the First Congress." h/t Bench Memos

America's No. 1 Enemy: San Francisco

Nancy Pelosi should forever be held responsible for any American lives that are lost as a result of her refusal to allow the House of Representatives to vote on and renew the soon to be expired Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA).

It Was Fake...Right?

Wednesday, February 13, 2008

Look Who (Hearts) Obama

Actually, it shouldn't be a surprise that the Illinois chapter of Planned Barrenhood endorses Barry O. and his presidential candidacy, given his stated love for Roe v. Wade. But encouraging other pro-aborts to send Obama a valentine seems a little over the top tacky. Then again, we are talking about people who want to kill as many unborn children in the world as they possibly can, so maybe not.

It's All About Context for the PC-Left

Powerline blog reports the hypocrisy of Duke University which, on the one hand, publicly scolded the wrongfully prosecuted members of the lacrosse team for having strippers at a party, but on the other hand, hired strippers and other sex workers to perform in a so-called "art show."
Duke, of course, defends its sex workers show on the theory that these performers are "artists touring university campuses across the country to present a show with political discussion, musical theater, and displays of sexuality." According to Taylor, the political discussion at Duke consisted of one performer claiming that women are driven into the "sex industry" because the "only other option is working a minimum-wage job or less," a claim that was undercut when one performer said she had left a regular job to make more money for "my extravagant partying lifestyle." In fact, it turned out that several performers were college graduates with other career options available to them.

Tuesday, February 12, 2008

Sticking It To Berkeley

This is cool. In response to the City of Berkeley kicking the Marines out, my congressman, John Campbell, introduced a bill that would strip Berkeley of more than $2 million in hidden budget earmarks.

Not that something like this shouldn't have been done anyway, seeing as how Berkeley was getting over $200,000 to provide gourmet organic lunches to students in the Berkeley School District. Yikes!