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The Gods of Liberalism Revisited


The lie hasn't changed, and we still fall for it as easily as ever.  But how can we escape the snare?



Friday, August 11, 2006

"Silent Siege" in Sioux Falls

I was just speaking with Matt Lockett of Bound4Life for an article in the upcoming edition of Dakota Voice and he told me that his group is having a "silent seige" at Planned Parenthood in Sioux Falls tomorrow, Saturday Aug. 12.

Those who love life and want to defend it at all stages of development are invited, and invite others to come too. If you can't make it tomorrow, Matt said they would be there the next three Saturdays. Check the www.bound4life.com website for additional info. Below is an alert from their website:

A Call to Intercession!
Bound4LIFE urgently needs your help to hold a prayer siege in South Dakota. Join us Saturday, August 12 from 11am to 1pm as we stand in the gap and declare life into South Dakota.

What: Silent Siege
When: Saturday, August 12 - 11am to 1pm
Where: 6511 West 41st Street, Sioux Falls, SD 57106
Note: Park in the west lot of First Assembly of God across the street at 6300 W 41st Street. Please do not park at any of the surrounding businesses.

Thursday, August 10, 2006

Gore Not as Green as Advertised

According to a USA Today post today, environmental extremist Al Gore isn't as green as he would have us believe.

While the article assures us he uses "renewable energy credits" to offset the "damage" to the environment done by his flying all over the globe in a private plane, other aspects of his lifestyle belay the environmental commitment he asks of us unwashed commoners:

- he and tipper live in a 10,000-square-foot, 20-room, eight-bathroom home in TN
- they also live in a 4,000-square-foot home in VA (must be their summer cottage)
- while others in Nashville use earth-friendly wind power, the Gores do not
- he owns large stock holdings in Occidental (Oxy) Petroleum (thought those oil companies were EVIL)
- gets $20K a year in royalties from the land he owns over a zinc mine which was cited by TN for polluting a nearby river with "large quantities of barium, iron and zinc"

But then, that's how the Left has always operated. All that "sacrifice" stuff is for the little people. As you may recall, the elites in the Soviet Union wanted for nothing, while the average joes waited in line for bread. You might also remember the Forbes report a few months ago revealing communist dictator Fidel Castro as one of the richest men in the world (with a personal fortune of about $900 million, almost twice as rich as Queen Elizabeth of England) while his people live in squalor.

Of course George Orwell explained this phenomenon for us a long time ago in his "Animal Farm" story: "All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others." Think Algore says, "Oink Oink?"

Talk about "an inconvenient truth!"

Wednesday, August 09, 2006

Billion Brothers Redux

Something else about that story of the Billion brothers' disagreement on abortion today struck me crossways.

Jack Billion said he respects his brother's opinion and his ability to make decisions for himself. "I don't know if necessarily he should be making decisions for the whole state," he said.

As much as any person can in our republic, isn't that what Jack Billion seeks to do himself: make decisions for the whole state? Is he saying his brother is an idiot or something? If it's reasonable for Jack to make decisions for the whole state, why not Stephen?

And Stephen, to my knowledge, isn't seeking a position of authority in South Dakota; he was just stating his opinion about the abortion ban today.

Maybe I didn't eat my Wheaties today...

Billion and Brother Disagree on Abortion

Democrat candidate for governor Jack Billion and his doctor brother Stephen apparently disagree on whether Referred Law 6 (HB 1215) is a good idea.

Go to the VoteYesForLife.com blog for more info...

Tuesday, August 08, 2006

VoteYesForLife.com Blog

Sibby and I will be a couple of the folks posting to the new VoteYesForLife.com blog, dealing with life issues and the upcoming vote on South Dakota's abortion ban.

Come check it out at http://blog.voteyesforlife.com/blog/Blog to stay on top of news, happenings and information about caring for women and unborn children.

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