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Culture Watch, Vol. 68  



God bless our fallen soldiers
Culture Watch, Vol. 68
Nancy Morgan
RightBias.com
May 26, 2009

Last week saw Obama and Dick Cheney presenting two very different outlooks on how to handle the (former) war on terror. Cheney won. Read his speech to the AEI here.
 
After offering several tortured explanations as to what she knew and when she knew about the CIA waterboarding, Speaker Pelosi accused the CIA of lying. She hightailed it to Shanghai, on our dime, after finding that those pesky reporters apparently didn't know they weren't supposed to ask her questions she couldn't answer.
 
The Obama administration continued its legislative tsunami, which, if (when) enacted, will have devastating consequences for our country. I've summarized their proposals and legislation on terror, the environment and the economy in this week's article Our Public Servants At Work. Read it and weep. Or get mad.
 
Despite our public servants, there was some:


Gov. Sarah Palin on Thursday vetoed $28.6 million from the federal stimulus funds for energy efficiency, saying she won't accept funds tied to adoption of building codes by local governments. How about a Palin/Cheney ticket?
 
According to Gallup's annual "moral acceptability" measure, updated in May, Americans have inched to the right on a handful of the 15 issues rated, including divorce, use of animal fur in clothing, gambling, and embryonic stem-cell research.
 
The New Hampshire House rejected an amended gay-marriage bill. For now.
 
Did you hear that tens of thousands of Christians filled several blocks in Manhattan Sunday last during a protest against the legalization of gay marriage in New York? Neither did I. But they did.
 
Eighty-four percent (84%) of Americans say English should be the official language of the United States. Only nine percent (9%) disagree
 
A huge natural gas strike was found in Louisiana - the equivalent of 33 billion barrels of oil, or 18 years' worth of current U.S. oil production. Unfortunately, Dems are currently working on reducing incentives to oil companies so this gas will probably stay in the ground for now.
 
Carbon-dioxide emissions from fossil fuels recorded their largest drop in 19 years last year, the federal government's chief clearinghouse for energy information reported. Would someone please tell our elected officials.
 
Newt Gingrich has described a rising anti-government tide in this excellent article that may give you hope.



GOVERNMENT AT WORK:
 
Under a Senate proposal, Congress would raise the federal excise tax on beer by 145%.  Uncle Sam also would snatch an additional $7 on a case of wine -- a staggering increase of 233% . Question: When did 'the rich' start drinking beer? Inquiring minds want to know.
 
The House voted to crack down on the very black market in tobacco that it has created.
 
To pay for an overhaul of the nation's health system, Senate leaders have laid out proposals for new taxes on everything from health-care benefits and nonprofit hospitals to alcohol and soda pop.
 
Exhibiting a firm grasp of the obvious, Obama bravely told Americans what 50% of Americans already know: "We're out of money." The Dems yawned and continued their quest to effect a rescue of minority-owned broadcasters. And Obama has asked Congress for $100 billion of the money we don't have, to loan to the International Monetary Fund to help with global bailouts. I kid you not.
 
Democrats have introduced the 'Paid Vacation Act' and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has promised to provide equal benefits to partners of homosexual U.S. diplomats stationed overseas. Meanwhile, N Korea performed another nuclear test "equal to Hiroshima" and Iran has moved 6 ships into international waters. Ho Hum.

A California judge has rebuffed Wal-Mart’s plan for a super center in the city of Yucca Valley, partly because the giant retailer failed to take measures to reduce its contribution to global warming.  Aargh.
There's lots more, but I'm getting depressed.


"And Tango Makes Three," about two gay penguins who raise a baby peguin, is the basis for grade school teachings on gay and lesbian lifestyles.
CULTURE:
 
Parents in a California school district say they are being bullied into accepting a new curriculum that includes compulsory lessons about the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community that will be taught to children as young as 5 years old.
 
According to state education officials, nearly three-quarters of the people who took the state elementary school teacher’s licensing exam this year failed the new math section.
 
Newly released census figures show a steep decline in our baby population. This shocking video on Muslim demographics shows what the consequences will be if this continues.
 
A 66-year-old woman with late-stage pancreatic cancer wanted to be clear-headed at death, so she became the first person to kill herself under Washington state's new assisted suicide law, known as "death with dignity."


Extreme and persistant gender confusion

A female model who felt she was a man and attracted to women, has had a sex change and discovered she's now a gay man. 
 
Mary Kay Letourneau, 47, and her former sixth-grade student — the father of her two youngest children — are hosting a "Hot for Teacher" night at a Seattle nightclub.
 
Atheists have rolled out a new ad campaign, with "In the beginning, man created God" plastered on the side of 25 Chicago buses.

Another new ad campaign in Los Angeles asks "Where's the birth certificate?"



1957 Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa
ESSENTIAL TRIVIA:
 
A 1957 Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa has set a world record for the most expensive car ever sold at auction, costing almost £8 million.
 
Ignoring Obama's mantra of 'change', Bill Clinton met Fran Drescher at the Life Ball charity event in Vienna over the past weekend, and was caught on camera groping her.

You might be interested to hear that the British teenager who sold her virginity for $13,827 may have to hand over half to the tax man. I'm smiling.
 
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, unemployment is 20% higher in Democrat strongholds than in Republican ones. Duh.
 
In keeping with my desire to leave you with a smile on your face: I include these nonsensical videos picturing people and things falling asleep. I wonder if they were listening to Obama:)



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Till next week, take heart. The Democrats are sowing the seeds of their own demise and, contrary to popular thought, they are still unable to reinvent reality.
 
Nancy Morgan
 
 
 

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