Archive for October, 2011

The Black Sphere Radio Show – 2010 10/31 by TheBlackSphere | Blog Talk Radio.

Kevin is very funny on this show – and tells a very interesting story from personal experience illustrating what very well could be the real story behind the ‘sexual harassment’ Herman Cain story; it could well be a nonstory.

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Trust me. The continuation of these things negatively effect everybody. Whether you care or believe or not.

Just got this from a fellow concerned.

Abraham asked the Lord to spare 50 righteous people. God responded to Abraham’s plea “If I find in Sodom fifty righteous within the city, then I will spare all ….Genesis 18:16-33

The movie ” Corpus Christi ” is due to be released this June to August. A disgusting film set to appear in America later this year depicts Jesus and his disciples as homosexuals! As a play, this has already been in theatres
for a while. It’s called ” Corpus Christi ” which means “The Body of Christ”. It’s revolting mockery of our Lord. But we can make a difference.

That’s why I am posting this and asking that you share the link. If you do send this around, we just might be able to prevent this film from showing in America . Let’s stand for what we believe in and stop the mockery of Jesus Christ our Savior. Where do we stand as Christians?

Help us prevent such offenses against our Lord. There is no petition to sign, no time limit, or minimum number of people to send this to.. It will take you less than 2 minutes!

If you are not interested and do not have the 2 minutes it will take to do this, please don’t complain when God does not have time for you because He is far busier than we are. Hey it’s worth a shot! Apparently, some regions in Europe have already banned the film. All we need is a lot of prayer and a lot of e-mails.


….will God be able to find at least 50 righteous people who are willing to express their concern and voice their opinion against this act of blasphemy ?


According to Snopes, this email that is still being circulated – is about a film that was never even in production.

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When there are stupid websites that are taking the liberal spin and spinning it further with empty praises for Obama’s dumb policies and tracking back to my posts; I am not inclined to throw them traffic by allowing and approving their trackbacks.  Get your own legitimate cyberspace following.

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Just when we think that Obama and Biden have reached the absolute pinnacle of outrageousness, we find that they have topped themselves. Now we see Obama, in what must be the most cynical political pander of all time, traveling around the country on Air Force One, attempting to buy the votes of heavily indebted students and former students with a partial forgiveness of student loans that is estimated to be worth from $4 to $8 per month, per person, for 20 years.
Why anyone would borrow as much as $200,000 to obtain a college degree that will do little or nothing to help them find gainful employment is beyond reason. Needless to say, those who would make such a foolish bargain are bound to be Obama voters. But that’s a subject for another day.
As a way of responding to Obama’s political ploy, his “student loan stimulus,” here is an open letter to Obama describing my own experience with higher education.

October 31, 2011

Mr. Barack Obama

The White House

Washington, DC 20500-0001

Dear Mr. Obama:

Please excuse me for not addressing you as “Mr. President.”  As an instructor in constitutional law, you knew before you ran that you were not a “natural born Citizen” as required by the U.S. Constitution, but you ran anyway. Why else would you sign an Executive Order sealing all of your personal records?  However, since you have successfully finagled your way into the White House, where you are attempting to redistribute the wealth of those who understand the value of a free market economy, I want to be sure to claim my share of your student loan boondoggle.

Once you understand what I had to endure in order to earn my college education, I’m sure you will agree that it was not fair.  And if there’s one thing we do know about you it is that you are a stickler for “fairness.”

To give you a bit of background, I was born into a poor Missouri sharecropper family in 1933.  My parents both had sixth grade educations and worked their entire lives either as tenant farmers, factory workers, or common laborers.  And because they didn’t want my sisters and me to have to live a hand-to-mouth existence as they were forced to do, they insisted that we all get high school diplomas… so that we could “get good jobs.”

In my case, I went to work on a factory assembly line when I was 18 years old.  I was drafted at age 19 and returned to the factory after two years in the Army.  Then, when I was out of high school for seven years, married, and the father of a one-year-old child, I decided I would need a college education.  So, at age 25, with no scholarships, no money of my own, and no family support, I enrolled in the College of Engineering at the University of Missouri.

Yes, I could have majored in the arts, humanities, political science, sociology, or education where I could have played and partied my way through school.  I could have chosen a “softball” curriculum… much like the college experiences of most of your Occupy Wall Street friends… but I didn’t.  I went to college with a purpose.  I went to college to acquire knowledge and skills that would actually help me get a real job in a good-paying profession after I graduated.

Believe me, it was no bed of roses.  Coming from a family where higher education was never discussed, my only goal in high school was to satisfy my parents’ dream that I earn a diploma.

I wasn’t concerned about learning mathematics, chemistry, or physics, so I focused on courses such as arts and crafts, glee club, and shop.  It was not a course of study that a pre-engineering student would choose, but its appeal was that it didn’t require any actual study.

As I prepared to enter the university I sold everything we had of any value except for our 1953 Ford and a few kitchen utensils.  Then, with part of the $300 I had borrowed from one of my mother’s girlhood friends, I went to the local Goodwill Store where I purchased a bedroom set, a couch, a coffee table, an end table, a refrigerator, and a dinette set… enough to furnish three small rooms, and all for a total of $50.00.  The furniture I bought was on a junk pile in the alley behind the Goodwill Store, waiting to be hauled off to the local landfill because it was beyond repair.  The couch had a hole in the cushion so large that our child could have fallen through it, so we stuffed the hole full of rags and covered the cushion with a folded bed sheet.

As we drove the 102 miles to the university to begin the 1958 fall semester I was scared to death.  I was so teary-eyed and choked with emotion that I could barely see the road ahead, but I knew I had to do what I’d set out to do, no matter what.  And when I had unloaded all of our possessions into a small single-story tarpaper shack at the edge of campus and returned the U-Haul trailer to the rental agency, I leaned against the fender of my car, stared at our ugly new home, and cried.

When I started attending classes I was 25 years old, the only veteran in my class.  I had no high school background for the engineering curriculum, and I had no idea how I would supplement my $120 per month G.I. Bill stipend.  My classmates, against whom I would be competing for grades, were all freshly out of high school.  They all had the benefit of four years of chemistry, physics, and mathematics, and in almost every instance their parents were paying their way.

I worked very hard.  It seemed as though I was either in class or studying all day, every day, but our economic circumstances were never far from my mind.  We paid $27 per month rent for our housing and we had a food budget of 60 cents a day.  The rest of our $120 monthly income went for gasoline, utilities, insurance, and to savings for the next semester’s tuition.  So, seeing that we couldn’t survive at that income level, just two months into my first semester we accepted a job managing a small 15-unit motel.  As compensation, we received only a $50 per month salary and the use of a one-bedroom apartment, but it was enough to get us by… with no frills.

It was a difficult life… renting the rooms, supervising the maid, performing all of the electrical and plumbing maintenance, mowing the lawns, and trimming the hedges… but we had no choice in the matter.  In addition to running the motel business, I attended every lecture, I did every homework assignment, and I studied hard for every exam.  Unfortunately, when mid-term grades were posted in early December, I was devastated.  I was failing every course.

My only alternative was to work even harder, so I established a study regimen that included 14 hours of home study, every day, seven days a week, and I refused to turn a page in a textbook until I thoroughly understood everything on that page.  By following that study regimen I was able to turn my grades around and made the Dean’s List at the end of my freshman year.

We managed the motel for two years, my freshman and sophomore years, until the workload caused me to experience a near physical and mental breakdown.  We left the motel business, moved into a small duplex, and my wife took a night-shift minimum wage job as a nurse’s aide at the university medical center.  But that didn’t mean that our lives were any easier.  At 10:00 PM each evening I warmed up the car, wrapped our two sons in blankets (yes, we were blessed with a second child in January 1960), carried them out to the car, drove my wife to the hospital for her 10:30 PM shift, drove home, carried the boys back into the house, and put them back into their beds.  Then, when they were asleep once again I went back to my books, studied until 2:30 or 3:00 AM, went to bed, and slept until 6:00 AM.  At 6:00 o’clock I was up, changed diapers, dressed the boys, and drove them to the sitter.  I picked up my wife at the medical center at 7:00 AM, drove her home so that she could get 8 hours sleep, and drove to campus for my 7:40 AM classes.  It was a brutal 21-21½ hour routine that I followed every day for my last two years.

Our next door neighbor was a young welfare mother with three small children whose husband was serving a 15-20 year sentence for forgery.  Yet, whenever we were broke and without food for two or three days, she was always kind enough to give us a potato or two and a few slices of bread, which we fed to our children.  Her in-laws, farming people, were understandably ashamed that their son was not supporting his family, so each time they butchered an animal they always brought her a supply of fresh meat.  But our neighbor didn’t like “country meat.”  Each time they brought a supply of fresh meat for her freezer she tossed it into our community garbage pails, saying, “We don’t like that old country meat.  We like hamburgers, baloney, and wieners.”

When I returned years later for my twentieth class reunion I took my children on a nostalgia tour.  And when I stopped in the driveway of that dilapidated old duplex I was surprised to see the man who’d been our landlord twenty years earlier.  As we reminisced, he reminded me of the times when he’d seen me searching through those garbage pails late at night, retrieving the freshly-butchered beef and pork that our neighbor had thrown away.  And when my son asked later, “Dad, you fed us out of garbage cans?”  I said, “Yes, I guess I did.  I did whatever I had to do.”

Yes, Mr. Obama, those were difficult times.  When I graduated in June 1962 I was 6 ft. tall and weighed 116 lb.  But they were years when I was allowed to prove to myself and to my family what a great country we live in… the kind of country where someone of my humble beginnings could pull himself up by the bootstraps to realize the American Dream… the American Dream that you would deny to our fellow Americans because it does not coincide with your Marxist view.  Like your black brother, Herman Cain, I am a living symbol of what America is all about.

On the other hand, Mr. Obama, if I am entirely wrong about the kind of country we are.  If we are the kind of country that you and your Democratic friends think we are… or should be… then someone owes me, BIG TIME!  In a cynical attempt to buy the college vote, you are offering a forgiveness of student loans worth from $4 to $8 per month.  Although you could never buy my vote, for any amount of money, it appears my share of the student loan “stimulus,” calculated at $6 per month and dating back to June 1962, comes to $3,552.

After what my children were put through, and given the stress that I was forced to endure, I suggest that a small share of your student loan “stimulus” package might even the score a bit, even at this late date.  You can send my check to me at the return address on this envelope.  Do I have it coming to me?  I leave it to your spirit of “fairness.”


Paul R. Hollrah, BS CE

Member, Chi Epsilon National Scholastic Honor Fraternity

Immediate Past President, Civil Engineering Academy of

Distinguished Alumni, University of Missouri


Cao2’s note: Obama was never an ‘instructor’ of constitutional law.

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John points out that they’re following “Rules for Radicals” when one suggests demonstrating outside Chicago Mayor Emanuel’s house.  In so doing, however, they would be ‘preaching to the choir’ so to speak, as Emanuel is one of their own.  See the MP exclusive video here.

See Kender’s advice to the Occupiers at the American Thinker.

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Richard Muller of the University of Berkeley California is accused of hiding the truth by colleague Professor Judith Curry. Curry, who chairs the Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences at America’s prestigious Georgia Institute of Technology, says that Prof Muller’s claim that he has proven global warming skeptics wrong was a ‘huge mistake’, with no scientific basis. The Daily Mail, via Junk Science.com

The shocking truth:

Prof Curry said, the project’s research data show there has been no increase in world temperatures since the end of the Nineties – a fact confirmed by a new analysis that The Mail on Sunday has obtained. ‘There is no scientific basis for saying that warming hasn’t stopped,’ she said. ‘To say that there is detracts from the credibility of the data, which is very unfortunate.’

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Michael Barone: Public cools to global warming alarmism.

Read his description of how the Church of Global Warming has all the trappings of religion – because it IS a religion.  But it is a religion more like a cult – based on lies.

If carbon emissions were the only thing affecting climate, the global warming alarmists would be right. But it’s obvious that climate is affected by many things, many not yet fully understood, and implausible that SUVs will affect it more than variations in the enormous energy produced by the sun.

Skepticism has been increased by the actions of believers. Passage of the House cap-and-trade bill in June 2009 focused politicians and voters on the costs of global warming religion. And disclosure of the Climategate emails in November 2009 showed how the clerisy was willing to distort evidence and suppress dissenting views in the interest of propagation of the faith.

He does not mention, however, how the Church of Global Warming is finding a back door to sneak its agenda through and further cripple businesses and American citizens under crushing taxation – and that’s through the EPA.

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In a word, YES. Read the reasoning as to why that is.

By the authors, Robert P. George, a professor of politics at Princeton and the founder of the American Principles Project; and Melissa Moschella, a doctoral candidate in political theory at Princeton.

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Happy birthday to the world – In the 17th century, Anglican bishop James Ussher published his “Annals of the World”, and it is now available for the first time in English. This 17th century original manuscript has been translated from the original Latin Text, and is now available for the first time ever in softcover and hardcover.

Integrating approx. 15% of biblical history with secular sources, Ussher wrote this incredible literary classic, an accurate reference so highly regarded for its preciseness that the timeline from it was included in the margins of many King James Version Bibles throughout the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries.  He traveled throughout Europe, gathering information from actual historical documents, many of which are no longer available, having been destroyed since the time of his research.


  • Why Julius Caesar was kidnapped in 75 B.C.
  • Why Alexander the Great burned his ships in 326 B.C.
  • What really happened when the sun ‘went backward’ as a sign to Hezekiah
  • What secular history says about the darkness of the Crucifixion
  • Important literary work that has been inaccessible in book form for over 300 years
  • The Chronology of the World full of colored charts, graphs, timelines and more on CD
  • World history traced from creation through 70 A.D.
  • Over 10,000 footnotes from the original text updated to references from works in the Loeb Classicl Library by Harvard Press
  • Over 2,500 citations from the bible and the Apocrypha
  • Ussher’s original citations that have been checked against the lastest textual scholarship

“The Annals of the World” is a necessary addition to any church library, pastor’s library, or any library, and not surprisingly, is a favorite of home schoolers.  It contains the actual history of the ancient world from the Genesis creation through the destruction of the Jerusalem Temple, and flies in the face of evolutionists’ theory which necessitates billions of years to explain how life sprang from non-life and mutated from one-celled organiisms into human beings.


A BODY OF DIVINITY: The Sum and Substance of Christian Religion

A snippet from the section on “Fallen Angels”:

Can the Devil work Miracles, and tell things to come?
No: But God only. Mat. 4. 3 Isa. 41.23.

What Power have they to hurt Man?
They have no more Power than is under Nature, (for above Nature they canot work); and yet they can do nothing by the Power, but what GOD appointeth; not so much as the entering into Hogs. Mat. 8. 31.

How are they effected towards Man?
Very maliciously: As their several Names given them do declare.

What are those Names?
First, Satan, because they mortally hate Men. Secondly, Devil: Because they slanderously accuse them to God and Man, Job 1. 11. & 2. 5. Rev. 12. 10. Thirdly: The Old Serpent: For their subtle Temptation. Fourthly, The Great Dragon: For their destroying of Man. Rev. 12. 9.

How many of them do attend upon every Man?
Sometimes many upon one, and one upon many.

What are the Evil Offices they perform against Man?
Some are common to the Godly with the Wicked; others are proper to the Wicked alone.

Theological areas covered include:

  • Justification.
  • The Commandments.
  • The Priestly office.
  • The Prophetical office.
  • Spiritual warfare.
  • Fasting.
  • Resisting the temptations of the flesh.
  • Baptism.
  • The Lord’s Supper.
  • … and many others, essentially comprising a complete overview of man’s proper relation to God and all things Eternal.

“A Body of Divinity” is a wonderful book to have in a convenient place around the house, and a treasured gift for any believer.

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October 22, 2011

Fellow Republicans:


News clips and upcoming event information:

— Murphy gives outstanding presentation at AAPC conference – Dave Diersen
Republican Illinois Senator Matt Murphy gave an outstanding presentation at the American Association of Political Consultants (AAPC) Regional Conference at the Hotel Allegro in Chicago yesterday, Friday, October 21, 2011.  I have been an AAPC member since 2001 when I served as a founding director of its Midwest Chapter.  The AAPC website is at: http://www.theaapc.org/
The AAPC Code of Ethics is at: http://www.theaapc.org/default.asp?contentID=701
Sadly, of all those who hold themselves out as being political consultants in Illinois who only work for Republicans, only three are AAPC members – Christine Dudley, Stephen Rossi, and me
— Occupy Chicago Plans Weekend Protests – Anthony Ponce
— Folk Legend Pete Seeger Marches with Wall Street Protesters  Seeger and friends walked to the chant of “We are the 99 percent” and “We are unstoppable, another world is possible.”
— Petition Asks Emanuel To End Occupy Arrests
— Emanuel Pushes Tax Break For Top Donor – Edward McClelland
— Don Veto Quinnleone – Edward McClelland
— Occupy Chicago Protesters Ask Mayor Emanuel to End Arrests with Online Petition – Tisha Lewis
— Gallup Poll: Obama Job Approval Hits New Low
— Quinn Not Worried About Low Approval Rating  (DIERSEN: What do you think of candidates, elected officials, and party leaders who have low approval ratings, but do not worry about such ratings?  Of course, those who give candidates, elected officials, and party leaders low approval ratings should disclose who they are and honestly state their reasons for giving them such ratings.  I am one of those who gives Republican candidates, Republican elected officials, and Republican party leaders in Illinois low approval ratings when they a) fail to defend or advance the Illinois Republican Party (IRP) platform, including its immigration and social planks, and/or b) do things that bring disgrace to the IRP.)
— Holy Cats! Mountain Lion Spotted In Lake Forest
— 11th Congressional District: Kane County clerk Jack Cunningham considers run for Congress – Jonathan Bilyk

(FROM THE ARTICLE: Jack Cunningham has not yet announced that he intends to run for Congress. But Cunningham, who now serves as Kane County clerk, said he is “very, very interested” in seeking the Republican nomination for the U.S. House of Representatives out of the newly created 11th Congressional District. “This would be a new district, with no existing incumbent congressman who lives in the district,” said Cunningham. “So, have I announced yet? No. “But I am watching the situation there very closely, and I am exploring my options.” Presently, Cunningham, an Aurora resident who has served as county clerk since 2002, resides within the 14th Congressional District. But under a new congressional district map crafted and approved by the Democrats who control the Illinois General Assembly, the city of Aurora and the village of North Aurora would be carved out of the current 14th District and put in a newly created 11th Congressional District. That district, shaped roughly like a “Z,” would run from Aurora and southern Kane County through Naperville and Lisle and parts of DuPage County, before zig-zagging southwest, and then return east to encompass the city of Joliet in Will County. Former U.S. Rep. Bill Foster, D-Batavia, has said he will run in the new 11th District in the Democratic primary. He is opposed in that primary by former Aurora Township Clerk Juan Thomas and James Hickey, president of the Orland Fire Protection District. On the Republican side, Cunningham could be the first candidate to formally declare his candidacy, should he do so in coming weeks. But U.S. Rep. Judy Biggert, a Hinsdale Republican who has served in Congress since 1998 representing the 13th Congressional District, has indicated that she is strongly considering a run in the 11th District, as well, after much of her current district was moved into a newly drawn 5th Congressional District, which would be more favorable to Democrats. Should she do so, she would represent stiff competition for Cunningham, said State Rep. Randy Ramey, of Carol Stream, who serves as chairman of the DuPage County Republican Party. Ramey said he believes Biggert and other potential GOP candidates for Congress are awaiting a resolution of the court challenge brought by Illinois Republicans against the Democratic districting map. He said he expected formal announcements soon from potential candidates, like Biggert, as the candidacy filing deadlines approach for next spring’s primary elections. “There are a few people out there keeping their powder dry, so to speak, waiting to see how things shake out before deciding where to go,” Ramey said. Ramey said Cunningham could represent the area well, if elected. “He’s a conservative, and we need those in Washington,” Ramey said. He also noted that Cunningham has significant personal wealth, allowing him to “self-fund” his campaign. “I know him as a county official, and he has done well there,” Ramey said. “I don’t know how that would translate to the national level.”  Calls to Mike Kenyon, chairman of the Kane County Republican Party, and to Dick Kavanaugh, chairman of the Will County Republican Party, were not returned Friday afternoon. Cunningham said his supporters are circulating nominating petitions and he is in the process of building a campaign organization that could be “ready to move” as soon as he officially files to place his name on the ballot. Cunningham said he intends to continue to serve as Kane County clerk, even should he declare his candidacy for Congress.)

— Lombard’s website transparency policy ‘strongest’ in state – Marie Wilson
— The Civic Federation is recommending DuPage adopt the $434.7 million budget proposal that cuts spending for the third straight year, keeps the property tax levy flat and maintains core services for residents. – Robert Sanchez
— DuPage employers aim to put veterans to work – Justin Kmitch  (DIERSEN: For information on preference that veterans receive for federal jobs, see: http://www.opm.gov/staffingportal/vetguide.asp.  While I worked for the federal government (Post Office 1966-1969, IRS 1971-1980, GAO 1980-1997), many of my superiors, supervisors, and coworkers were veterans.  During the 1960s and 1970s, I sought and obtained student and financial hardship draft deferments.  I will forever be ashamed that I did not volunteer to fight the communists in Vietnam.)
— Roskam: Cap capital gains, dividend tax rates permanently – Kerry Lester
— Roskam flyer message hypocritical – John Ruckstaetter, Glen Ellyn
— To not know the tea party is to love it – William S. Beisiegel Jr., Schaumburg
— Don’t mess with teacher pensions – Matt Hahn, Social Studies Department, Head Baseball Coach, Geneva High School
— It’s class war, but not the way some claim – Tom Suhrbur, Glen Ellyn

(FROM THE ARTICLE: I recently came across one particularly shocking example of how the American corporations are waging class war against the working class – for profit, of course. On a recent flight, I came across a half-page advertisement in the airline’s magazine promoting capital investment in low wage labor in China. The company that took out the ad was ITI Manufacturing, a Houston-based corporation. In the ad entitled “Overseas Manufacturing Isn’t As Scary As You Think”, ITI claims that it: “will help you to take advantage of low overseas labor cost – without sacrificing the quality or reliable supply of your product.” Notice the words “low overseas labor costs.” Class war is being waged in America by the transnational corporations. The war was greatly intensified by Ronald Reagan. His program of limited government, deregulation, privatization and “free trade” has dominated the public discourse for 30 years. The choices we face today are very clear. Either we raise taxes on those who can most afford it or we take another step in driving down the standard of living for the working people by cutting social programs and public education. Either way, it is class war.)

— The controls on doorstep solicitation – Editorial  (DIERSEN: How would you react if someone put a “REPUBLICANS NOT WELCOME” sign on their door?)
— No jury of peers for wealthy powerbroker Cellini – Ed Hammer  (DIERSEN: If you were put on trial, what would the profile of your peers be?  Mine would be conservative, White, male, married, no children, no pets, older, Republican, German-American, Missouri Synod Lutheran, former postal employee, former Firestone Stores employee, former IRS employee, former union member, former GAO employee, three masters degrees, six professional certifications including CPA and Certified Internal Auditor, reporter, journalist, consultant, arbitrator, federal pension recipient, Social Security recipient, Wheaton homeowner, owner of three GM cars and two Ford cars, taxpayer, forced by liberal Democrats to retire at age 49, etc.  Just kidding, but not completely.)

(FROM THE ARTICLE: The U.S. Constitution does not guarantee a trial by one’s peers, it only guarantees an impartial jury. Teachers would most certainly be partial against a defendant who is accused of defrauding their pension fund and whose businesses’ assets total more than $1 billion. The average Illinois teacher’s pension is about $41,000. If Cellini could have all peers on the jury, he might have a good chance at an acquittal. What would be the profile of a Cellini peer? Male, white, older, politically connected and rich – with a net worth somewhere between $10 million and $100 million. That description applies to less than 0.8 percent of the Illinois population, and not many of their kind are to be found in the typical jury pool. So the jury, minus teachers, still had to be drawn from regular folks, including those with union membership and other public workers. Cellini better be hoping that nobody has ever messed with their pensions.)

— Could mountain lion be lurking near the Chicago Bears’ lair?  (DIERSEN: What does Perry have to say about this?  Do mountain lions eat coyotes?)
— AP-GfK Poll: 37 percent support ‘Occupy Wall Street’ protesters; politics angers most people – AP
— Musical march with Seeger, Guthrie, Amram enlivens Wall Street protest – AP
— Author Naomi Wolf detained by police for aiding Occupy Wall Street protestors – Andrea Reiher
— Pension reform advocate Andrzejewski squares off with ISU professor Norton
— Pat Brady: GOP needs to make Illinois relevant in Presidential politics – Jim Fitzpatrick
— Federal Reserve Agrees to Save Bank of America’s Wealthy Managers at Taxpayer’s Expense Again
— Behind on its bills, state shares $5 billion shortfall with businesses, nonprofits – Susan Frick Carlman
— DIERSEN HEADLINE: VERY SAD: Jeff Ward promotes class warfare.
— Gibbs gives his insights at SXU – Casey Toner
— 12th Congressional District: Southern Illinois race the center of attention – Benjamin Yount
— Forum: Illinois power grid needs boost  (DIERSEN: What about getting a) ComEd to put more power lines underground and b) ComEd to trim more trees and to cut down more trees that directly threaten power lines?)
— Fundraising should become somewhat easier for Springfield Park Board member GRAY NOLL’s state Senate campaign, thanks to last week’s endorsement of his candidacy by the Sangamon County GOP. – Bernard Schoenburg
— DIERSEN HEADLINE: Nearly 20 percent of Topinka’s staff participated in an event to raise funds for one particular charity.  How do you react when your superiors encourage you to participate in an event to raise funds for one particular charity?
— Hiring Our Heroes job fair focuses on veterans – Hank Beckman  (DIERSEN: For information on preference that veterans receive for federal jobs, see: http://www.opm.gov/staffingportal/vetguide.asp.  While I worked for the federal government (Post Office 1966-1969, IRS 1971-1980, GAO 1980-1997), many of my superiors, supervisors, and coworkers were veterans.  During the 1960s and 1970s, I sought and obtained student and financial hardship draft deferments.  I will forever be ashamed that I did not volunteer to fight the communists in Vietnam.)
— Veto session faces daunting list of issues – Doug Finke
— Ron Paul speaks in Davenport – Ed Tibbetts  (DIERSEN: It looks like Paul is not making any efforts to win the Milton Township Republican Central Committee Oktoberfest presidential straw poll on Friday evening, October 28, at Carlisle in Lombard.  Of course, that will raise expectations for the other candidates.  What do you think of presidential candidates who make no efforts to win straw polls?  What do you think of presidential candidates who imply or argue that if they had made efforts to win straw polls, they would have won them?)
— Local Officials, Business Offer Special Ed. Students a Glimpse Into Their Futures  Disability Mentoring Day allows employers to gain an increased awareness about an overlooked talent pool. – Toni Greathouse  (DIERSEN: Have you ever supervised a disabled person?  I have.  Many of the employees who my liberal Democrat GAO superiors assigned me to supervise had severe health problems or were disabled.)
(FROM THE ARTICLE: If Bolingbrook Mayor Roger Claar isn’t careful, he could be replaced-by a local high student. Junior Stephen Boden, who said his future interests includes someday becoming the President of the United States, was one of 44 Bolingbrook High School special education students who participated in Disability Mentoring Day Oct. 18. The one-day program allows employers to gain an increased awareness about an overlooked talent pool.)
— Cain to be in Chicago Monday after all, campaign says

(FROM THE ARTICLE:  Okay, we’re going to run this because one of Cain’s persons in Illinois — Jon Zahm – has assured us it’s legit. Interesting, earlier this week we ran a piece saying almost the same thing, and a Cain person told us that Cain would not be coming to Chicago.  Now it looks like he will be in Chicago for a fundraiser Monday.  If you want to go, reservation has to be in (FRIDAY). Zahm said that more information is coming soon about a potential rally that same day.  Stay tuned in you’re a Herman Cain fan.)

— Santorum: “Floored” about Cain’s “pro-choice” position
— Four pension bills to be watched in upcoming veto session
— Upcoming veto session heavy with big issues
— VIDEO: Democrats support Occupy Wall Street

— Cain Shows His Libertarian Streak in Abortion Answer? – Stephanie Samuel
— Hate Crime Against Christian Group Called ‘Domestic Terrorism’ – Alex Murashko
— Gay Domestic Terrorism Attack  (DIERSEN: Peter LaBarbara is interviewed.)
— Anti-Gay Hate and Pro-Gay Terrorism – Peter Sprigg
— Lech Walesa Not Attending Occupy Wall Street in New York After Discovering Hard-Left Organizers – Adam Andrzejewski
— Reminder: Joe Biden Is Not Only Offensive, He’s a Liar  Fact-checking Biden’s odious rhetoric. – John Hayward
— Robin Hood vs. the Occupiers – Michelle Malkin
— Romney Wins in ‘Blowout’ Over Obama in 2012, Poll Shows – Jim Meyers
— Walsh: John Boehner ‘Doesn’t Want Someone Like Me Around’
— California Republican: State Should Imprison Undocumented Immigrants Abroad – Elise Foley
— Wall Street protests force Cantor to cancel economic speech – Russell Berman

— Mark Kirk would require travel websites to list health risks of travel destinations – Pete Kasperowicz 

(FROM THE ARTICLE: Sen. Mark Kirk (R-Ill.,) the lead sponsor of the bipartisan International Travelers Bill of Rights act, said he introduced the bill after 8-year old Brent Midlock drowned in a hotel pool in Mexico.)  (DIERSEN: What about health risks in Illinois, in your county, in your township/ward, in your municipality, in your precinct, in the block that you live on, in the building that you live in?)

— Orrin Hatch: Occupy Wall Street just wants to cause problems – Josh Lederman

— Obama 46, Mitt 38 – in Illinois – Don Surber
— U.S. Troop Pullout May Leave Iraq Struggling as Iran Benefits – Nicole Gaouette
— State Regulators in U.S. Investigate Structured-Notes Sales – Matt Robinson  (DIERSEN: Please see GAO report: OTC Derivatives: Additional Oversight Could Reduce Costly Sales Practice Disputes  (http://www.gao.gov/products/GGD-98-5 or http://www.gao.gov/archive/1998/gg98005.pdf)  I spent much of my last 3 years at GAO working on this report.  I am listed as “Co-project Manager” on page 230.  During my last 3 years at GAO, one of the many things that my liberal Democrat superiors and supervisors did to get me to take their early retirement “offer” was to a) assign me to supervise Gwendolyn Burton Poole, an older minority woman, and b) require me to give her an “accurate” performance appraisal, something that they had never required any of her previous supervisors to do.  See: http://www.pab.gao.gov/pab/decisions/pdf/Gwendolyn2.pdf)
— OUTSTANDING: Effort to overturn California Dream Act hits the streets – Dan Smith
— DIERSEN HEADLINE: The San Antonia Express opposes a border fence.  Those who come into America illegally, those who stay in America illegally, and those who bring others to America illegally also oppose a border fence.
— OUTSTANDING: Anti-illegal immigration bills buoyed by GOP debate – Enrique Rangel
— For Those With Less, One Less 9 From Cain – Sarah Wheaton
— FRONT PAGE: Wall St. Protest Isn’t Like Ours, Tea Party Says – Kate Zernike
— The End of Cheap Chinese Goods – Floyd Norris  (DIERSEN: I remember in 1972 paying $600 for a television made in America.)
— Cries of Anti-Semitism, but Not at Zuccotti Park – Joseph Berger
— Illinois officials show no signs of urgency on paying state’s overdue bills – AP
— Social Security raise welcomed in tough economy – Matt Sedensky  (DIERSEN: With the $1,680 increase in my federal pension that I am in line to get, I will still have $720 less to spend in 2012 than in 2009 from my federal pension because my federal health insurance premiums increased by $1,400 in 2010 and by $1,000 in 2011.)
— Tea party leader: Occupy movement a ‘freak show,’ and Wall Street undeserving of blame for economy – Jim Galloway
— Occupy Wall Street Protesters Head to New Canaan – Richard Weizel  (DIERSEN: Where will the Occupy Chicago protesters head to?)
— For Herman Cain, no steering clear of race – Sandhya Somashekhar
— Navarrette wrong again on immigration policy – Rep. Lamar Smith, R-Texas, Chairman of the U.S. House Judiciary Committee
— Pennsylvania: VERY SAD: Undocumented activists, professors take to Old City for (ILLEGAL) immigrant rights – Haley Kmetz
— Obama courts Latino Hollywood  Fundraising targets prominent leaders – Ted Johnson
— DIERSEN HEADLINE: With the end of DADT, Karl Johnson, formerly known as Officer X, is overjoyed that he now can admit his homosexuality without fear of reprisal.  While I worked for the federal government for almost 30 years, my liberal Democrat superiors and supervisors made it clear that if I admitted my conservatism, I would suffer reprisal.  Because I did admit my conservatism, I did suffer reprisal.)

— Boehner’s DOMA Defense: Gay People Are Powerful, Can Fight Marriage Ban Without Courts – Brandon Rolph  (DIERSEN: Since the 1970s, it has been more that obvious that people, organizations, and companies that promote homosexual activity have had tremendous “power” in the Illinois Republican Party (IRP).  In Illinois, the LESS that a candidate, elected official, or party leader does (officially and/or unofficially) to promote homosexual activity, the LESS that the IRP does (officially and/or unofficially) to help that candidate, elected official, or party leader.)
— 33-Year-Old Corvette With 13 Miles On It For Sale In Plymouth – Bill Shields  (DIERSEN: My 40-year-old Corvette has 5,081 miles on it and it is not for sale.)
— 2011 National Corvette Museum Birthday Bash – Countdown To C7  With an all-new model in the offing, we inspect the made-over ’12 Corvette at the NCM Birthday Bash – Walt Thurn

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10/22 Event: Oberweis petition drive kick off at Oberweis Dairy in North Aurora
10/22 Event: William J. Kelly to speak at Constitution Day event at Stockholm Inn

10/22 Event: Matt Murphy and Judy Diekelman to speak at Homer/Lockport Tea Party luncheon in Orland Park
10/24 Event: Friedman for Senate fundraiser in Northbrook

10/25 Event: Bloomingdale Township GOP meeting

10/28 Event: Milton Township Republican Oktoberfest at the Carlisle

10/29 Event: Paul Ryan at Roskam fundraiser in Naperville

11/2 Nybo fundraiser in Lombard

11/5 Event: West Chicago Prayer Breakfast Wheaton Academy
11/8 Event: Kwasman reception at St. Andrew

11/10 Event: RALC meeting

11/11 Event: Ives and Kerpen to speak at Libert Lunch in Oak Brook

11/11 Event: Condoleezza Rice at Schock fundraiser
11/15 Event: Condoleezza Rice at breakfast fundraiser for Kinzinger in Bolingbrook

11/19 Event: TAPROOT breakfast meeting in Lombard

11/19 Event: Lake County Committeeman Breakfast

11/19 Event: Federation of Illinois Young Republicans convention in Bolingbrook

12/11 Event: TAPROOT Christmas Party at the Hilton Lisle/Naperville

12/15 Event: DuPage County Christmas Prayer Breakfast in Bloomingdale

2/9-11 Event: CPAC

2/10 Event: DuPage County Lincoln Day Dinner at Oakbrook Hills Resort

2/25 Event: NTRO pizza party fundraiser at the Kendall VFW Hall in Naperville

3/4 Event: Addison Township GOP Annual Brunch

3/20 Event: Primary Election

6/8-9 Event: Illinois Republican Party State Convention in Tinley Park


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Harry Hay, considered to be the founder of the homosexual movement; 18 years a member of the Communist Party; a founder of the the Mat­tachine Foundation; anti-war activist and speaker at NAMBLA events.

An extension of the homosexual agenda is the push for ‘transgender’ and ‘pedophile rights’. Harry Hay is a classic example; a supporter of NAMBLA who marched in Gay Pride parades, Harry Hay is often pictured wearing a dress. He was a typical anti-war “peace activist” and liberal, and advocated statutory rape, spoke freqeuently at NAMBLA conferences, and made public statements to justify sexual abuse of minors.

In ‘The dark side of the transgender movement Powerful testimony for Transgender Bill hearing next week’ at the Mass Resistance website, Brian Comecher points out some disturbing things about how government is now attempting to force society to normalize transgenders in the minds of every day citizens. (You can also see numerous displays of this in popular culture, also; Chastity Bono is a poster child for transgenderism and is being used by the movement to further push this twisted agenda.)

The transgender movement has been flooding the legislators with their emotional stories and their general disinformation, including bitter complaints about “discrimination” and demands for transgender “civil rights”.

But there’s another side – the truth – that needs to be heard. It’s about what this unfortunate and tragic disorder is really about, and how it harms the people engaging in it and the people around them.

The horrible thing about that article is the testimony brought forth by someone who’s dad suffered sexual abuse as a child and grew up to be someone who wanted to be a woman. That is the answer to Dr. Michael Brown’s article “Why Are We Surprised With the Push for ‘Pedophile Rights”.

A healthy society would never support behaviors that produce more problems (such as rape, murder and gender confusion that is a catalyst to more criminal behavior).

The radical left pushes to eliminate age of consent laws altogether, but there are many many examples of why that would be a complete disaster; it completely contradicts a common sense approach to creating sensible public policy and protecting children.

It’s unfortunate that leftists are such masters at media manipulation with such a harmful and disturbing agenda as this; it is also infiltrating the school systems, teaching young impressionable minds that their parents’ view of morality is outdated.

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What they want to stop is Scott Lively talking about the facts about socialism and homosexuality in the book he co-authored “The Pink Swastika”. No dissent is allowed, no discussion, just ‘shut down Scott Lively”. You can bet if the situation were reversed, it would be considered a ‘hate crime’ despite the fact that these people want to rob people of faith of their ‘freedom of religion’. They claim it’s about ‘equal rights’ but that’s not the reality of it. The debate about homosexuality and what the Bible says (and whether we have the freedom or SHOULD retain the freedom to talk about the Bible says) is modern day society’s war about religious freedom, make no mistake.

The report by WorldNetDaily’s Drew Zahn describes the scene:

“In the early morning hours, on the eve of a banquet designed to expose the homosexual activist agenda, security cameras on the campus of the Christian Liberty Academy, a school run by the Church of Christian Liberty in Arlington Heights, Ill., captured what may be a prominent example of an anti-Christian ‘hate crime.’
An unknown vandal or vandals threw chunks of concrete bricks through the school’s entryway with a message protesting the banquet, which was planned by Americans for Truth about Homosexuality, or AFTAH, to honor pro-family activist and author of ‘The Pink Swastika,’ Dr. Scott Lively.
Upon the concrete bricks were written the words ‘Shut down Lively,’ and the vandals included a note threatening more violence if the church and school didn’t stop hosting such ‘homophobic’ guests.
‘This is just a sample of what we will do if you don’t shut down Scott Lively and AFTAH,” the note reads. ‘F— Scott Lively. Quit the homophobic s—!’”

It’s readily apparent who the haters are.

See also Homofascism and the Dark Days Brewing for America An excerpt:

members of the various factions of the Left, are more than willing to break laws and to vandalize or destroy property to push their twisted agenda. They spit on the law, and they feast on a hatred of the truth and those who proclaim it, but they apparently see no duplicity in their profuse, false accusations of “hate” toward those of us who tell the truth about the sin of homosexuality. It is more important than ever that we strongly refuse to be intimidated or silenced by these people and stand against them, as Mr. LaBarbera, Dr. Lively and the Christian Liberty Academy are doing.

As more and more people cower in the face of these dangerous acts of domestic terrorism to force us to comply with their twisted idea of reality and give up more of our freedoms, people like LaBarbera, Dr. Lively and organizations that stand true like the Christian Liberty Academy need our support.

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From the Patriot Post

This image says it all about the ideologies that are at war with one another today. The poster can be purchased from the Patriot Post, here.

More communists join the “Occupy Wallstreet” protesters; Pete Seeger and Arlo Guthrie.

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My main website and my photography website were hacked under very interesting circumstances; so they are currently offline and we are working on a permanent fix. A few of my vicious critics think they are very clever. It strikes me that this is an example of ‘liberal fascism’.

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