Archive for March 21st, 2011

“Hey, you’re into organic food? Just like Heinrich Himmler! He was as crazy about it as you are! He had this great plan to feed the entire SS on nothing but organic food. Problem was organic food requires about four times as much land to produce as non-organic food and the Nazis just couldn’t grab enough of it. Anyway, not being a Nazi myself I prefer to stick to non-organic food. It’s cheaper, and it means there’s more land to spare to feed the people who need it. You know, Third World people and Untermenschen like that.”

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From Mass Resistance comes a clear example of the Army’s social engineering at work on ‘normalizing’ sexuality in the Army’s ranks:

After “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell” repeal — US Army now warning Chaplains: If you don’t like the homosexual agenda, get out!
Among the first casualties in the homosexualization of the US military caused by the repeal of “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell” (DADT) are the military chaplains who still profess traditional Christian (or Jewish) belief. And it’s starting right away. It’s becoming clear that any open disagreement with homosexuality will not be tolerated. (more…)

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“‘Americans’ perceptions of the issue of global warming appear to be cooling,’ CNN reports: ‘In a Gallup Poll released Monday, 51 percent of respondents said they “worry a great deal or fair amount” about global warming, down from 66 percent in 2008. Forty-one percent of respondents also said that the seriousness of global warming is “exaggerated” — the highest amount of skepticism in the survey since it was first conducted in 1997.’ Why might this be? One obvious answer is that the Climategate emails ratified the skeptical view by showing the corruption of ‘climate science.’ Looking at the poll results, another explanation occurs to us. Like the 2011 poll, the 2008 one was taken in early March. Since then, we’ve faced one actual crisis after another: a financial panic, a recession with continuing high unemployment, a vast increase in government spending, a legislative assault on the health-care system; an oil spill, Mideast instability and a concomitant increase in fuel prices. (Japan’s earthquake, tsunami and nuclear accident don’t make the list because they came after this year’s poll.) In the midst of real crises, faddish speculative ones become less compelling.” –Wall Street Journal columnist James Taranto

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March 21, 2011

Fellow Republicans:

News clips and upcoming event information: (more…)

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