LifeSiteNews.com reported just a couple of days ago on a Dutch Study published in the 9/20/05 issue (apparently it takes these mouth-breathers four months to read an article) of the Journal of Clinical Oncology. They report “at least 50% of patients killed under the Dutch euthanasia program were suffering from depression. In addition, 44% of […]
Archive for January, 2006
So here I sit, trying to defend a TV show that I don’t even watch. As I reported previously, I watched the premiere episode of The Book of Daniel, and I decided that it wasn’t good enough to bother watching a second time. It’s not a bad show, mind you. It’s just that I’d rather […]
No, that’s not a misprint. I’m still trying to figure out why the fundies have their nuts in a knot over this TV show. Denial is one possible explanation. The Book of Daniel is a new show on NBC. Several weeks before the first episode aired, the fundies got all hot and bothered about it. […]
(Image from Earth Open Network.) A couple of weeks ago, the History Channel ran a new version of their Bible Code show, followed by the one from a couple of years ago. The new one was even worse than the old one, in terms of impartiality. The History Channel’s Credibility Usually, their shows about loony […]
As stated in an earlier article, we have a theocon in the White House, who is being influenced by all of the neocons around him. This is a background article on the neocons.
Dubya was a member of the powerful Bush clan, whose influence in the party was broad and deep. Although he had barely succeeded in anything he did (and failed at the rest), he had that Texas charm. I don’t fall for it myself, but maybe that’s because I’m a cynical Left-Coaster. W had an affable charisma that managed to win over most of the middle-Americans that he met. The fact that he could only mentally compete in the featherweight division was so much the better. The neocons now in control of the Republican Party didn’t need independent thought. They only needed someone who could get elected and push their agenda through Congress.
The U.S. government is being run by a cabal of neocons. Cheney, et. al, are subscribers to the PNAC doctrine.
George W Bush shares many of the neocon beliefs, but he is also a fundie. It is unclear at times which of these two “moral codes” is more important to him.
A popular chant among the bigoted is “God created Adam and Eve, not Adam and Steve!”
Actually, I beg to disagree. God did create Adam and Steve.
Welcome to the Second Coming of the Bay of Fundie! It was conceived nine months ago as a podcast. Although it showed signs of life, there was definite brain activity, and there is no doubt that it had a soul, its parents didn’t want it, so I gave it a partial-birth abortion. That is my […]