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July 25th, 2013 No comments

Frank Turek Darwin’s Doubt
For a century and a half the Cambrian explosion has remained one of the biggest stumbling blocks for Darwinists of all flavors. It remains so today.

Derek Hunter Unlearned Lessons and the George Zimmerman Trial

Over the 4th of July weekend, the city of Chicago had 74 people shot, 12 died. One of the shooting victims was a 5-year-old boy. There’s no ambiguity about that. What was that child’s name? What are any of their names? You don’t know because not only were the suspected shooters black, so were the victims. In the progressive media equation of what constitutes news, black on black crime – a tragic epidemic by any normal unit of measure – doesn’t rate.

William Saletan You Are Not Trayvon Martin
A thoughtful article from the Left. Of course he overlooks the facts that Martin was described as walking close to the houses (and had been busted before with a large screwdriver and stolen goods) and had just bought two of the three ingredients for making the narcotic elixir “purple drank” (and had smoked pot sometime shortly before his death). I don’t know what they call that in your neighborhood, but around here the term isn’t “innocent.”

Dennis Prager Fire Created and Stoked by the Left

InfoWars Oakland: Police Stood Down As ‘Protesters’ Terrorized Drivers
But remember, kiddies, you’re not supposed to protect yourself. That’s what the police are for.

Where’s the media outrage?

Oh, that’s right. No matter the race of the victims, It’s not newsworthy if the perps are black. Hypocrites.

And from the illegal-immigrants-are-peace-loving-and-just-want-jobs file:

Washington Times Feds admit improper scrutiny of candidate, donor tax records: Justice has declined to prosecute any of the cases
Nothing to see here. Move along.

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July 9th, 2013 No comments

Michael McConnell Obama Suspends the Law: Like King James II, the president decides not to enforce laws he doesn’t like. That’s an abuse of power.
This increasingly unconstitutional assumption of power should be worrisome to all but his most sycophantic followers.

Tom Blumer Failure Deniers: Climate Change and Public-Sector Science

CNS News 101M Get Food Aid from Federal Gov’t; Outnumber Full-Time Private Sector Workers
This is unsustainable, outrageous, and disgraceful. The problem among America’s poor isn’t hunger but obesity. End the wasteful spending.

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Oregon Bee Memorial

July 8th, 2013 No comments

A memorial was planned in Oregon to commemorate the death of 50,000 bees. Seriously. You can’t make this stuff up.

Rozzell Medina, of Portland, said on the Facebook page that the event will “memorialize these fallen lifeforms and talk about the plight of the bees and their importance to life on Earth.”

Wonder if they’re equally concerned by the thousands of babies aborted every year…

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