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President Obama bows to the King of Saudi Arabia
Culture Watch, Vol. 61
Nancy Morgan
RightBias.com
April 6, 2009

The world press celebrated the Presidential couple during their trip to England, waxing eloquent on Michelle's fashion choices and Barack's charisma. What they failed to report was the result of Obama's trip: the acquiescence and subjugation of America to the "collective" world community. 
 
Obama offered an apology for the Bush era, declaring that America had “shown arrogance and been dismissive, even derisive” towards its allies. He went on to say that the era of the U.S. attempting to dominate world affairs is over, saying he is committed to "collective action" by the 20 biggest economies to end the financial crisis.
 
Dick Morris explains in very simple terms the ramifications of the collective action taken and what Obama gave away during the G20 economic summit. "Obama effectively repealed the Declaration of Independence." A must see 3 minute video explains.
 
While Obama was kowtowing to the Saudi Arabian King, in violation of both protocol and American pride, (even Saudi citizens don't bow to this guy) his administration back at home was busy taking over ever larger segments of what used to be private industry.


GOVERNMENT AT WORK:
 
The House of Representatives overwhelmingly passed a bill Tuesday to increase control over 'national service' by increasing funding for thousands of volunteers. (Funding for volunteers? Duh) The GIVE Act will now allow our public servants to decide if public service will be made mandatory and charity is now to be regulated by the government. This is very scary stuff.

Meanwhile, Barney Frank proposed that government control the wages of all employees, not just CEO's and the chair of the congressional oversight committee monitoring the bailout funds (TARP) is calling for the firing of the nation's top bank executives. One need only look to AMTRACK or the Post Office to see what's in store when the government starts running private businesses. Getting scared yet?

Hold onto your wallets - cap and trade is coming. The 'Green lobby' now outnumbers members of Congress by 4 to 1. More than 770 companies and interest groups hired an estimated 2,340 lobbyists during the past year to influence climate legislation on Capitol Hill, a Center for Public Integrity report shows.

Every level of government is now scrambling to find new things to tax, and finding them. The largest ever increase in tobacco taxes took effect despite Obama's promise not to raise taxes of any kind on families earning under $250,000 or individuals under $200,000. Try $10.00 a carton. Ouch.

History shows raising taxes in a recession is suicide. Low tax, pro-growth states like Utah have the highest gross state product and income growth, whereas high taxing anti-business states like New York have the lowest. But, hey, the democrats won.

Not to worry, as our elected officials spend our present and future tax dollars at an unprecedented rate, they haven't forgotten the little guy. They've launched a website to help all us peons cope with the financial crisis.



CULTURE:

Gender war update: Afghanistan has passed a law legalizing rape. The new Shia Family Law negates the need for sexual consent between married couples, tacitly approves child marriage and restricts a woman's right to leave the home.

Vermont lawmakers gave the green light to gay marriage and the Iowa Supreme Court has ruled that banning gay marriage is unconstitutional.

Reps. Eliot Engel (D-N.Y.), Tammy Baldwin (D-Wis.) and 33 cosponsors introduced a resolution in the House of Representatives on Wednesday to recognize and support homosexual's 13th annual National Day of Silence on April 17.

22 pro-family groups across America plan to confront the homosexual propaganda event "Day of Silence", which is being held in public schools across America.

A stem cell therapy offering 'natural' breast enhancement is to be made available to British women for the first time.

More than 100,000 Britons have recently downloaded "certificates of de-baptism" from the Internet to renounce their Christian faith.

Coming soon - a new reality dating show for fat people. This should appeal to the schadenfreude in all of us..

Adam
Rise of the Machine:

A laboratory robot called Adam has been hailed as the first machine in history to have discovered new scientific knowledge independently of its human creators.

The creators of the Child-robot with Biomimetic Body, or CB2, say it's slowly developing social skills by interacting with humans and watching their facial expressions, mimicking a mother-baby relationship.

Opening a car trunk or controlling a home air conditioner could become just a wish away with Honda's new technology that connects thoughts inside a brain with robotics.

QUESTION OF THE WEEK:

Inquiring minds want to know: Who is pulling Obama's strings? My guess is George Soros. What say you?


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Till next week, keep smiling. And remember, history shows that when liberals get enough rope, they usually end up hanging themselves. Here's hoping...


Nancy Morgan
RightBias.com




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