Obama's great speech during a bad show / Thoughts on the Giffords shooting / Really bad congressional ideas for security / Remember what the left said about the Ft. Hood massacre? / The Greening of CPAC / ACLJ files suit against GZ mosque / More Christians killed in Egypt / More Christian blood to be shed in Sudan? / In Denmark, don't talk about the Muslims
LIBERALS AND MEDIA TAKE AIM AT FEMALE CONSERVATIVES - Various newspapers and World Net Daily have published my new Op-ed on the shooting of Congresswoman Giffords and the attempt to blame the act of a deranged male on female conservatives.
NEW JANUARY 12th CHAIRMAN'S REPORT - Issues highlights: Media ignores Ground Zero community center under construction. Terrorists are just folks, too. Obama finds Muslim victims where they don't exist. Oath on oldest American Bible. Court says war memorial cross must go. Elton John, "married" to another man, becomes a daddy. CPAC goes gay-er. The real war on Christmas.
SOME REALLY ODD REACTIONS - I really like Congressman Peter King (R-NY), who is the chairman of the Homeland Security Committee. He has promised hearings into the growing Islamic threat to America. However, his reaction to the shooting in Tuscon was a little bizarre. He wants to pass a law making it illegal to carry a gun within 1,000 feet of a congressman. Hello! My congressman drives 60 miles a day each way back and forth to Washington, DC. How is this enforced? Elected officials are not stationary; they move around and people who have valid reasons to have firearms would not know of their presence but would be breaking the law. Note: there are three major sporting goods stores that sell guns within 1,000 feet of my congressman's Virginia constituent office. What do they, close their doors when he is in his office? Bills proposed by other congressmen are even more ridiculous. Freedom carries risks. Americans can only be totally protected when they are willing to give up all of their freedom.
THE GREENING OF CPAC - The Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) has become a major event in Washington, DC each February, attracting many aspiring presidential candidates. As the conference grew, it unfortunately became corrupted, accepting sponsorships from groups that can hardly be called part of the conservative movement, including anti-traditional family organizations like GO-PROUD and the ACLU. The Religious Freedom Coalition dropped out several years ago when CPAC refused to allow a discussion on Islam. Then Liberty University dropped out in 2009. This year the Family Research Counsel as well as Concerned Woman of America have dissociated themselves from CPAC. This comes at a time that the CPAC parent, the American Conservative Union, has reported nearly $400,000 in missing funds on its tax return. Chairman David Keene is reportedly stepping down, but cold hard cash has so overcome the conservative principles of the organization that it may be too late.
NO 911 MOSQUE - Visit the RFC site dedicated to the Ground Zero mosque controversy at www.no911mosque.org
CHRISTIANS OF THE SUDAN - The media has reported broadly on the independence vote of the "southern Sudanese." One article noted that 150,000 "southern Sudanese" had fled the north in anticipation of the south becoming independent. A bloody civil war between north and south is mentioned frequently. The only word missing from the headlines and the stories is "Christian." More than 2 1/2 million Christian southerners were murdered by the Muslim north, headed by President for life Omar al-Bashir. If the independence vote calls for succession there will probably be another brutal war against the Christians of the south.
IN DENMARK, DON'T TALK ABOUT IT - A member of Parliament in Denmark has been found guilty of "hate speech" because he mentioned honor killings in the Muslim community. Now a professor is facing jail time for exposing the kidnapping of non Muslim girls (unbelievers) for use as sexual slaves. Apparently the Danes have decided to prosecute those who expose Muslim crimes while ignoring the crimes themselves, even if it involves human slavery. Read more