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Culture Watch, Vol. 81  



Culture Watch, Vol. 81
Nancy Morgan
RightBias.com
August 24, 2009

In his regular Friday evening news dump, Obama notified the nation that the 10-year budget deficit projection will increase to approximately $9 trillion from $7.108 trillion, a mere $2 trillion more than forecast. Oops. Now, when the report comes out this week, Obama can claim this is 'old news'. Watch out, Slick Willie, they're gainin' on ya!

Obama then jetted off to spend 10 days relaxing in Martha's Vineyard. Hey, its hard work running up a record $1.58 trillion deficit. Yawn.
 
Meanwhile, Democrats continue politicizing the Iraq war in order to burnish their moral vitas with the Justice Department recommending reopening nearly a dozen prisoner-abuse cases, which could expose CIA employees and contractors to prosecution. Inquiuring minds want to know - whose side are these guys on?
 
As Americans continue to express their disapproval of the proposed health care government grab, it turns out the White House is using taxpayer dollars to distribute mass e-mails in favor of it. What's wrong with this equation? Despite, or because of this, there remains plenty of:


GOOD NEWS:
 
Obama's popularity has plummeted to a record low, with just 45% of voters now approving of his performance as commander in chief. Cry me a river.
 
Republicans now lead Democrats by a whopping 5 points in generic congressional ballot polling.
 
Self-identified conservatives outnumber self-identified liberals in all 50 states of the union, according to the Gallup Poll.

Despite our health care 'crisis', U.S. life expectancy has risen to a new high, now standing at nearly 78 years.
 
The UN Climate Conference planned for December is getting lots of cancellations. Hmmm.



GOVERNMENT AT WORK:
 
Dealers across the nation are getting stiffed by Uncle Sam under the Cash for Clunkers giveaway. Only $14,000 has been paid, out of the $3.6 billion owed them. Hundreds of dealers are withdrawing from the program and in New Hampshire, auto dealers are making car buyers pledge to cover rebates if the federal government doesn't come through with checks. 
 
The Japanese made Toyota Corolla remains the top seller in this clunkers program.

The U.S. is going to lend billions of dollars of our tax dollars to Brazil's state-owned oil company, Petrobras, to finance exploration of the huge offshore discovery in Brazil's Tupi oil field.
 
If you're planning a garage sale or organizing a church bazaar, you'd best beware: You could be breaking a new federal law. As part of a campaign called Resale Roundup, the federal government is cracking down on the secondhand sales of dangerous and defective products.

More nanny state shenanigans: In New Jersey, officials are considering an unusual ordinance that would prevent people of all ages from gathering outside in public late at night. Translation: A curfew for adults. What next? Can Uncle Sam make us go stand in the corner?

CULTURE:
 
The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America passed several resolutions Friday that recognize committed gay relationships and, for the first time, permit non-celibate homosexuals to be Lutheran clergy.
 
Dr Craig Venter – one of the world’s most famous and controversial biologists – said his U.S. researchers have overcome one of the last big hurdles to making a synthetic organism. That's artificial life. Move over, Pelosi!


Jabbar: Muslim superhero
The world's first Muslim cartoon superheroes have taken the Arab world by storm, and now they are headed for British television screens.
 
According to government stats, baby boomers, now well into middle age, are still turning on to illegal drugs, doubling the rates of illicit drug use for the older generation. That may explain this health care 'reform'.
 
A new study shows that even students, with facts staring them in the face, tend to substitute Hollywood fiction for historical fact in their minds.
 
British couples are being offered the chance to choose the sex of their child in a U.S. clinic.



STRANGE STUFF:
 
Did you know we all have 'a right to starlight'? And the International Astronomical Union informed us that this right is steadily being eroded by urban illumination. Who knew? 
 
Not only that, the American Chemical Society has informed us that candle lit dinners add to pollution and are potential health hazards. Again, who knew?
 
A man who roasted his pet dog to enjoy as a meal with his family and friends escaped prosecution after authorities in New Zealand determined the animal was killed humanely. Whew.



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Keep smiling, the left is imploding, and they're doing it all by themselves.
 
Nancy Morgan



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