Tuesday, November 25, 2008

The Rise of the Age of License

America just voted itself the license to do whatever it wants to.

Slithering out of sixteen bitter years of Democratic agitation and foment, the spineless creature has evolved from blurring ethics under the Clintons, to brazen revolution under Obama.

No longer is it necessary to defer to any standard of morality, behavior or sense of right and wrong. None of that matters to the modern liberal agenda, the self-described 'progressive' creature. In fact to suggest that something is idealistically wrong, like, say homosexual 'marriage,' or abortion, is to "judge" people, according to any liberal you run in to. The measures of decency that were the plumb-line for American culture since its inception have no use in this new age.

For they have been replaced by something else. That is, objective right and wrong are no longer essential elements or currency in the directions that this country is now going. Ask most any college professor about anything and what you are likely to get is a philosophy class of radical liberal indoctrination for an answer. A generation of such 'value-neutral' geniuses in our higher educational campuses has eradicated the need for our young people to be concerned about whatever might be right, or whatever might be wrong; such terms have been neutered and are now useless.

Or drop in on any of your traditional national news networks. There you will be greeted by the confident and convinced news anchors and reporters, banging the drums and cheering up the crowd in the progressive parade, offering incantations of optimism while at the same time undermining everything that this country was founded upon which also gives them the very platform for their stage.

How about spending some time with the National Geographic Channel, or anything similar, and hearing with certainty, day after day, how man has evolved; how such and such happened a million, thirteen million, no, one point two billion years ago. The Big Bang happened. An asteroid killed the dinosaurs. Neathandral man was not only real, but he fought against us; and now they are even pronouncing his name in a new way. And what ever happened to the term, B.C.? Have you noticed that the 'authoratative academics' have attempted to shelve that term (so as to fit in with their godless peers?) and use one not so offensive to them? Yes, B.C. and A.D. have been usurped by the less foolish, er, religious-sounding terms, B.C.E. and C.E (Before Common Era, and Common Era.) What was wrong with B.C.? It must not be enlightened enough.

And then there is the 'Separation of Church and State' myth and its teeming, religiously-faithful hordes. 'Don't preach to me,' they say, 'the Constitution says that the church and the state should have a wall of separation between them. ' Don't you wish sometimes that that wasn't in the Constitution? Oh, that's right, it isn't. It is a referential fabrication and twist of something Thomas Jefferson said to concerned leaders of the Danbury Baptist Church who were concerned that the state would encroach on the church. Now it is invoked by those afraid that the church will encroach on the state. But it is not in the Constitution. And I wish that such heed was taken by the 'progressive' crowd to the other things that Thomas Jefferson and many other Founding Fathers said, not just convenient twists; but of course that would mean abandoning hypicrisy, so I suppose that will not be happening any time soon.

I'm not even going to go into the thug-culture.

So with all the best ideologies that the 60's counter-culture has implanted into our higher learning institutions, with the adoption as gospel any theory that an academic has conjured, with the complicity and involvement of media bubble heads, with the ethical natural selection crowd whittling out values, with the rise of the belligerent homosexual agenda and horrific murders of innocent infants in their mother's own wombs, and with the minimalism of Christ, God and anything church, our country has spawned a valueless culture of wrong. It is
The Age of License.

What is important now is not related to any objective standard of right and wrong; such archaic restrictions have been replaced by something else. And if you look closely, you can see what that is.

What is the common theme in the whole of this liberal revolution? Besides hate. What element is present in every platform this excular ('extremely-secular'...Hey, I just made a word up!) movement has manufactured as a legitimate issue? Think about it...

What has happened is that right and wrong is no longer defined by what we have always known right and wrong to be; it has been replaced in meaning. Now right and wrong is defined by this: 'what I want.'

Is abortion wrong? No...because I want one, it cannot be wrong. Is homosexual 'marriage' wrong? No...because I want it to be right, it is right. Is lying wrong? No, it will get me elected, so it is not wrong.

When objective standards are removed from society as the cultural norms, what happens is fracture, and the culture reduces to independant tribal behavior. The Gays. The Abortionists. The Greens. Blacks. Whites. Hispanics. Muslims. Everyone has separate standards, definitions of right and wrong, and unique agendas. No longer are any of us Americans, we are tribalists, loyal to our own and weary of all others.

And then when confrontation happens, power is the only rule. For right and wrong are relative to the tribe, and what the tribe 'wants.'

What would happen an hour after a decision from the U.S. Supreme Court that President-elect Obama was ineligible to be President because he was not born on US soil? You and I both know what would happen, because tribes are not concerned about right and wrong, they are concerned about what they want. American cities would burn. People would be denied what they wanted, and burn cities because they would not get it. There would be no regard or respect for what the United States Constitution says; what would matter is defined by what I want.

So lawlessness, faction, friction and separatism are what is in store for this country in this Age of License, this age of do-whatever-I want.

And B. Hussein O. will have been the first President of the Dis-United States of America.

I hope all the liberals are happy. They are going to get exactly the creature that they, themselves, have wanted.


Friday, November 7, 2008

Rebuilding the Conservative Movement

Well, we have been down before and have arose.

In our united effort to consolidate, organize and rebuild, one of our starting points needs to include looking at one of the Conservative movement's original and stellar, yet little-known personalities. If you have not heard of Phyllis Schlafly yet, well, consider yourself enlightened today.

Here is a link to her blog: http://www.eagleforum.org/blog/.

We need to follow along with her insights and perspective now, read up on her, and listen to what she has to say as she describes what she thinks is the path on which to proceed from this point on.

She also has the Phyllis Schlafly Report here: http://www.eagleforum.org/psr/

Her main website, which links to her blog and report is this: http://www.phyllisschlafly.com/

Lets follow her ideological lead as we begin to rebuild.

Let's also plan on sticking together and keep ourselves organized and moving forward.

Wednesday, November 5, 2008

The Treatment of Bush Has Been a Disgrace - Wall Street Journal

Finally some much deserved respect for a President who has fought three wars: Iraq, Afghanistan and the hateful Demokrats and their liberal media propaganda machine.

Hats off to the WSJ for giving this great man, President Bush, some proper praise and recognition of the great things he has done.

Also, the writer accurately exposes the left's unpatriotic, selfish and short-sighted rants as weakness that our enemies will use against us.

But GWB is not weak or a coward.

This one is to you for you, Mr. Bush. God bless you.

(from the Wall Street journal:)

The Treatment of Bush Has Been a Disgrace

What must our enemies be thinking?

Earlier this year, 12,000 people in San Francisco signed a petition in support of a proposition on a local ballot to rename an Oceanside sewage plant after George W. Bush. The proposition is only one example of the classless disrespect many Americans have shown the president.

[Commentary] AP

According to recent Gallup polls, the president's average approval rating is below 30% -- down from his 90% approval in the wake of 9/11. Mr. Bush has endured relentless attacks from the left while facing abandonment from the right.

This is the price Mr. Bush is paying for trying to work with both Democrats and Republicans. During his 2004 victory speech, the president reached out to voters who supported his opponent, John Kerry, and said, "Today, I want to speak to every person who voted for my opponent. To make this nation stronger and better, I will need your support, and I will work to earn it. I will do all I can do to deserve your trust."

Those bipartisan efforts have been met with crushing resistance from both political parties.

The president's original Supreme Court choice of Harriet Miers alarmed Republicans, while his final nomination of Samuel Alito angered Democrats. His solutions to reform the immigration system alienated traditional conservatives, while his refusal to retreat in Iraq has enraged liberals who have unrealistic expectations about the challenges we face there.

It seems that no matter what Mr. Bush does, he is blamed for everything. He remains despised by the left while continuously disappointing the right.

Yet it should seem obvious that many of our country's current problems either existed long before Mr. Bush ever came to office, or are beyond his control. Perhaps if Americans stopped being so divisive, and congressional leaders came together to work with the president on some of these problems, he would actually have had a fighting chance of solving them.

Like the president said in his 2004 victory speech, "We have one country, one Constitution and one future that binds us. And when we come together and work together, there is no limit to the greatness of America."

To be sure, Mr. Bush is not completely alone. His low approval ratings put him in the good company of former Democratic President Harry S. Truman, whose own approval rating sank to 22% shortly before he left office. Despite Mr. Truman's low numbers, a 2005 Wall Street Journal poll found that he was ranked the seventh most popular president in history.

Just as Americans have gained perspective on how challenging Truman's presidency was in the wake of World War II, our country will recognize the hardship President Bush faced these past eight years -- and how extraordinary it was that he accomplished what he did in the wake of the September 11 attacks.

The treatment President Bush has received from this country is nothing less than a disgrace. The attacks launched against him have been cruel and slanderous, proving to the world what little character and resolve we have. The president is not to blame for all these problems. He never lost faith in America or her people, and has tried his hardest to continue leading our nation during a very difficult time.

Our failure to stand by the one person who continued to stand by us has not gone unnoticed by our enemies. It has shown to the world how disloyal we can be when our president needed loyalty -- a shameful display of arrogance and weakness that will haunt this nation long after Mr. Bush has left the White House.

Mr. Shapiro is an investigative reporter and lawyer who previously interned with John F. Kerry's legal team during the presidential election in 2004.

Tuesday, November 4, 2008

The Resistance Starts NOW

Barack Obama has spoken, and Amerikans have listened and voted for him.

But for the rest of us, the Americans, the Resistance starts NOW.

We will not surrender our freedoms, we will not give up our liberties, we will not cave into European-style socialism, we will resist a national and internation welfare state, we will fight the removal of our free speech, we will fight the fascist state-bullyism that is sure to come next, we will never give in to Islamic subversion of our laws instead of their assimilation into our culture, we will not base our decisions and votes on what color a man is, we will not wear the slanderous term 'racist' because we chose to not vote for a radical socialist who started his career in the Socialist Party, we will not bear mandated abortion or homosexual 'marriages, the limitations of our firearms, and will resist every single inch of such encroachments on our freedoms by the Demokrats, and we will give our lives for the true freedom of this country, not the socialistic charade that has usurped power by manipulation, media propaganda and lies.

Stay tuned for orders.

Monday, November 3, 2008

History of American Conservatism and Liberalism

History 101
> For those that don't know about
> history ... Here is a condensed version:
> Humans originally existed as members of
> small bands of nomadic hunters/gatherers. They lived on deer
> in the mountains during the summer and would go to the coast
> and live on fish and lobster in the winter.
> The two most important events in all of
> history were the invention of beer and the invention of the
> wheel. The wheel was invented to get man to the beer. These
> were the foundation of modern civilization and together were
> the catalyst for the splitting of humanity into two distinct
> subgroups:
> 1. Liberals, and
> 2. Conservatives.
> Once beer was discovered, it required
> grain and that was the beginning of agriculture. Neither the
> glass bottle nor aluminum can were invented yet, so while
> our early humans were sitting around waiting for them to be
> invented, they just stayed close to the brewery. That's
> how villages were formed.
> Some men spent their days tracking and
> killing animals to B-B-Q at night while they were drinking
> beer. This was the beginning of what is known as the
> Conservative movement.
> Other men who were weaker and less
> skilled at hunting learned to live off the conservatives by
> showing up for the nightly B-B-Q's and doing the sewing,
> fetching, and hair dressing. This was the beginning of the
> Liberal movement.
> Some of these liberal men eventually
> evolved into women. The rest became known as girlie-men.
> Some noteworthy liberal achievements include the
> domestication of cats, the invention of group therapy, group
> hugs, and the concept of Democratic voting to decide how to
> divide the meat and beer that conservatives provided.
> Over the years conservatives came to be
> symbolized by the largest, most powerful land animal on
> earth, the elephant. Liberals are symbolized by the jackass.
> Modern liberals like imported beer (with
> lime added), but most prefer white wine or imported bottled
> water. They eat raw fish but like their beef well done.
> Sushi, tofu, and French food are standard liberal fare.
> Another interesting evolutionary side note: most of their
> women have higher testosterone levels than their men. Most
> social workers, personal injury attorneys, journalists,
> dreamers in Hollywood and group therapists are liberals.
> Liberals invented the designated hitter rule because it
> wasn't fair to make the pitcher also bat.
> Conservatives drink domestic beer, mostly
> Bud. They eat red meat and still provide for their women.
> Conservatives are big-game hunters, rodeo cowboys,
> lumberjacks, construction workers, firemen, medical doctors,
> police officers, corporate executives, athletes, members of
> the military, airline pilots and generally anyone who works
> productively. Conservatives who own companies hire other
> conservatives who want to work for a living.
> Liberals produce little or nothing. They
> like to govern the producers and decide what to do with the
> production. Liberals believe Europeans are more enlightened
> than Americans. That is why most of the liberals remained in
> Europe when conservatives were coming to America .. They
> crept in after the Wild West was tamed and created a
> business of trying to get more for nothing.
> Here ends today's lesson in world
> history: