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Culture Watch, Vol. 75  



Culture Watch, Vol. 75
Nancy Morgan
RightBias.com
July 13, 2009

Obama's latest globetrotting adventure to attend the G8 Economic Summit included, you guessed it, another apology. This time, Obama professed his deep sorrow for America "falling short of our climate responsibilities"
 
In case graduates of government schools have any remaining doubt that 'global warming' and the proposed cap and trade legislation have anything to do with controlling the climate, they only need hear Father Earth, Algore's speech to a London audience. He (forthrightly) stated that the proposed climate bill will help bring about 'global governance'. Does anyone wonder why he doesn't mention this to American audiences?
 
It appears that the administration’s “Green Jobs” czar, Van Jones, has a “very checkered past” deep-rooted in radical politics, including black nationalism, anarchism, and communism. I'm shocked, shocked! 
 
Alas, despite Prince Charles, again, warning of climate catastrophe, and Algore likening the climate fight to the fight against Nazis, this fraudulent legislation has been put on hold until September. That wasn't the only:
 
GOOD NEWS:
 
Plans for the world's largest wind farm in the Texas Panhandle have been scrapped, energy baron T. Boone Pickens said Tuesday, and he's looking for a home for 687 giant wind turbines.
 
A growing number of business owners and taxpayers are mobilizing nationwide against the cap-and-trade energy bill, which would raise energy prices and harm small businesses.
 
It looks like the government takeover of 17% of the economy via 'health-care reform' has also hit a snag. Conservative Democrats in the House rebelled against their party leaders Thursday, raising concerns about the cost of President Obama's health care overhaul and seeking to put the brakes on legislation.

I had no idea there were such things as conservative Democrats, but they're right. As Congress considers a surtax on the nation's top earners to fund an expansion in federal health care, a new Tax Foundation analysis shows that 33 states would see top tax rates exceed 50%. Can you spell tyranny? 


By the way, Obama's poll numbers are dropping. Latest Rasmussen figures show him at -8. In addition, independent voters are deserting President Obama nationally and especially in key swing states. 

Voters now trust Republicans more than Democrats on six out of 10 key issues, including the top issue of the economy. Baby steps, baby steps. 
 
GOVERNMENT AT WORK:
 
With record numbers of Americans out of work and the war in Afghanistan heating up, our elected officials continued laboring diligently on our behalf. They have decided that the Agriculture Department will be given the power to regulate all food sold in schools -- including vending machine snacks -- when Congress renews child nutrition programs.
 
And San Francisco's Mayor announced a sweeping new food initiative: San Francisco city workers must now follow "healthy meeting" guidelines, meaning, among other restrictions, that they can't eat doughnuts.
 
A little-known law is suddenly being enforced with gusto in Pennsylvania. The law can force adult children to pay their parents' health-care costs. Who knew?

If U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer has his way, all of the 12,700 babies expected to be born in Central New York next year will receive a $500 bonus from the federal government. Lest we forget, that's OUR money they're giving away.

And the Obama administration quietly announced last week that as much as $16.1 million from the stimulus program is going to save the San Francisco Bay area habitat of the endangered salt marsh harvest mouse. Location, location, location.

Meanwhile, the White House has cut funding for soldier's gear, giving a new twist to Of Mice and Men.


Minnesota's newest Senator

Ultra-left loudmouth Al Franken is now Minnesota's newest Senator after the courts accommodated his request for handpicked recounts in the disputed election. Over in Missouri, residents are treated to another joke. They will get a new fee added to their electric bill for using less energy. The money is spent on promotions by the utilities to get people using less energy. I kid you not.
 
Speaking of jokes, far-left actor and fellow loudmouth, Alec Baldwin, is eyeing a post-acting career that could take him off a Hollywood soundstage into the halls of Congress.
 
CULTURE:
 
Heartbreak and angst on the left as San Francisco Zoo's same-sex penguin couple breaks up. Male Magellan penguins Harry and Pepper have been together since 2003 but their relationship hit the rocks when a female penguin, Linda, befriended Harry after her long-time companion died.
 
A new report in this month's issue of the peer-reviewed Journal of Human Sexuality finds that sexual orientation can be changed — and that psychological care for individuals with unwanted same-sex attractions is generally beneficial. I wonder if posting studies like this will be soon be deemed a hate crime. Stranger things have happened...(mostly in the last 6 months)
 
On a recent radio show hosted by the Rev. Al Sharpton, a caller phoned in with a theory about Michael Jackson's death. He blamed Sarah Palin. The scary thing is, this guy actually has a vote.


Speaking of Michael Jackson, a memorial service held in his honor drew more than 31 million television viewers in the U.S. Hey, the entertainment value was almost worth it - just to see race hustler Al Sharpton try to make a black icon out of a guy who whitewashed his black skin and used sperm from white men to father his children. The beat goes on.
 
OF INTEREST:
 
Sarah Palin said she's not only staying involved in national politics, but she plans to jump back into the national scrum when she leaves office at the end of the month. I'm With Sarah!
 
Meanwhile, Activist Ray Ward has filed the 18th ethics complaint against Governor Palin, claiming she was paid for radio and tv interviews.
 
California is out of cash and political infighting has kept the politicos from passing a budget. So California's elected representatives have resorted to handing out IOU's in lieu of their citizens own money. Three major banks have stopped honoring those IOUs. What's a guy to do? Leave, as many businesses are. Good read: Why We're Leaving LA.

Last, but not least, it now turns out that a former Guantanamo Bay inmate is leading the fight against U.S. Marines in the Helmand province of Afghanistan. He thanks all bleeding heart liberals for this second chance to kill Americans.




All politics, all the time was getting to me, so I took a break and penned Male Hair Syndrome. It gave me a much needed laugh.
 
 
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Till next week, keep smiling,
 
Nancy Morgan


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