Mr. Al Fadi is a Christian and I recommend you watch this interview.
by The Right Scoop:
Krauthammer says it’s not only a scandal, but that Vice President Joe Biden has betrayed our values by saying to the Chinese that he understands their one-child policy:
WATCH HERE [and more RC commentary]
by The Right Scoop:
This is excellent, perhaps even epic. Levin blasts Rep. Frederica Wilson and her comments that the reason black people are in a ‘great recession’ is because racism, among other things. Levin asks if the leaders of North Korea are racist, considering they are all one race? His point is that statism is the problem whether it be in N. Korea, in the extreme, or whether it be here in a more moderate version. And he says this is the problem, that we must reach people with the truth by getting past demagogues like Frederica Wilson:
by Jeremy Kryn:
(LifeSiteNews.com) – Pro-family advocates who attended a controversial pro-pedophilia conference in Baltimore last week say they were profoundly shaken by what they saw and heard.
“As a former law enforcement officer I’ve dealt with situations involving suicide, homicide and other violence. That said, I’ve never felt the level of spiritual oppression and evil that I felt in that room,” Liberty Counsel Action Vice President Matt Barber told LifeSiteNews.
“These mental health ‘professionals,’ and self-described pedophile and ‘gay’ activists were inexplicably able to cavalierly discuss, in an almost dismissive way, the idea of child rape,” Barber said. “They used flowery, euphemistic psychobabble to give quasi-scientific cover to a discussion about the worst kind of perversion.”
Powerful labor group AFL-CIO is forming a super PAC to engage nonunion members ahead of the 2012 elections, the group said on Tuesday.
The move follows measures by states like Wisconsin and Ohio to curb bargaining rights of public workers in fights that are part of a broader national confrontation between Republicans and labor groups that have typically favored Democrats.
At a radical left-wing coffee shop in Washington, D.C. last month, Code Pink founder and “Freedom Flotilla II” passenger Medea Benjamin woefully recounted the moment she realized her boat, the Audacity of Hope, wouldn’t be legally permitted to leave a port in Greece to sail to Gaza.
“There was something called a ‘complaint’ that was put against our boat,” Benjamin explained to a crowd of anti-Israel activists stuffed into the back room of the restaurant. “Well, it didn’t take long for somebody to uncover that the person, or entity, that lodged the complaint was none other than this right-wing Israeli law center based in Tel Aviv, that knew nothing about our boat and certainly had no interest in the passengers’ safety.”
The “right-wing” law center that caused Benjamin so much grief is Shurat HaDin – the Israeli group that single-handedly took down the “Freedom Flotilla II” simply by filing creative lawsuits. In total, nine out of the 10 boats in the flotilla never touched Israeli waters, largely due to Shurat HaDin’s work.
Led by Nitsana Darshan-Leitner and her husband Avi Leitner, the legal center is pioneering a new strategy of Israeli-self defense: Pro-Israel Lawfare.
Using the Left’s techniques against them.
Israel issued a complaint to the UN secretary general and the president of the Security Council over the escalation of violence in the South and over the Security Council’s failure to condemn the terror attacks last Thursday that claimed the lives of eight people, Israel Radio reported Tuesday.
Ambassador to the UN Ron Prosor wrote to the UN leaders that the Gaza Strip, ruled by Hamas, continues to be a bastion for terrorist activity, adding that over a hundred rockets were fired against Israel in the recent days.
Every rocket attack, Prosor added, highlights the farce of Palestinian unity, which is manifested in terrorism, hatred and violence, Israel Radio said.
Lebanon blocked the Security Council on Friday from issuing a statement condemning the previous day’s terrorist attacks in southern Israel.
by David Swindle:
Wikipedia is currently ranked by internet analysis firm Alexa as the seventh most popular website in the world. Alexa estimates that 14% of global internet users have visited the site in the last three months. The free encyclopedia with more than 19 million articles in hundreds of languages stands with Google, Amazon, Youtube, Twitter, and Facebook as one of the foundational bases for the organization and distribution of information on the internet today. Used by students in term papers and individuals anxious for quick facts, it has acquired the reputation as a source of reliable “general information.” But like so many information-based institutions, Wikipedia has also come under growing criticism from political conservatives who see a leftwing bias, sometimes overt and often subtle, in its entries. Some on the Right take the claim so seriously that in protest they created Conservapedia as an alternative.
Finding examples of Wikipedia’s bias is not difficult. One need only compare the entries of figures who do the same thing but from opposite sides of the political spectrum.
Consider Ann Coulter versus Michael Moore.
by John Nolte:
Classy response from the former Godfather’s Pizza CEO and GOP presidential candidate.
Bottom line, Janeane Garofalo doesn’t believe a Black man can or should think different from her, and if he does, he’s either corrupt (taking a pay off) or crazy (suffering Stockholm Syndrome); and that kind of thinking makes Garofalo the one with serious racial issues.
Of course, both she and Keith Olbermann have gotten away with this because our corrupt MSM is too busy screaming racist at those on the Right who use such sinister phrases as “basketball,” “food stamps,” and “dark clouds.”
None of this should be surprising, though. After all, this is the same MSM currently freaking out over Michele Bachmann and Rick Perry’s faith after spending all of 2008 assuring us that The Man Who Would Be President’s attendance for 20 years in a racist church run by his mentor — a racist, anti-American demagogue — didn’t matter.
Obama Labor Department to Re-Define Term ‘Employer’ to Exclude Union Bosses – Eliminates Union Disclosure
by Don Loos:
Any day now, the U.S. Department of Labor, under former Big Labor treasurer and now Obama’s current Secretary of Labor Hilda Solis, intends to announce a new definition for the term “Employer” that will protect her union boss friends.
The unrelenting class warfare of Barack Obama is once again on full display.
A 5.9 magnitude earthquake centered in Virginia forced evacuations of all the monuments on the National Mall in Washington and rattled nerves from Georgia to Martha’s Vineyard, the Massachusetts island where President Barack Obama is vacationing. No injuries were immediately reported.
by Thomas E. Brewton:
Liberal-progressives frequently assert that socialism is more in accord with original Christianity than Christianity itself.
Jay Richards, writing in the Washington Post, debunks that thesis.
See also Social Activism and the Social Gospel and Religious Left: Same Old Social Gospel.
Even before the 1917 Russian Revolution, leading universities in the United States had begun a transition from the Christian roots of our nation into atheistic, secular materialism in their teaching of the so-called social sciences.
Nominally-Christian theological seminaries were in the vanguard of the movement toward socialism. Rochester Theological Seminary’s professor Walter Rauschenbusch, one of the best known socialist spokesmen of his era, was a founder of the Social Gospel movement late in the 19th century. Social Gospel was nothing more nor less than socialism masquerading as Christianity.
by The Right Scoop:
There’s so much good stuff in Beck’s first segment this morning that as I went to cut it up into smaller pieces, I kept hearing things that I wanted to leave in the clip. I finally just decided to give you the entire 15 min clip.
Beck’s theme in this clip is how the forces of evil are hard at work and the left is carrying their water. And he gets passionate about it, especially when they challenge him: