Fox News reports there were over 10 hours of heated public debate in Alameda, California over the pro-homosexual curriculum the education system wants to force on school children. One man who spoke against this damaging curriculum was a black man who said his child had been on the receiving end of bullying (as many if not most school children have, at some point in their education career), but he pointed out that his daughter had never been shown any ethnically-affirming videos or other materials in the classroom.
Another in a long list of reasons to oppose the government takeover of health care: the creation of a Health Choices Commissioner to think for us like little idiot children and tell us what to do. That’s not America.
Sen. Edward M. Kennedy’s memoirs published this month say he was “haunted” by the night he drove Mary Jo Kopechne off a bridge and left her in the car to drown while he escaped. How do we reconcile this claim of regret with Newsweek’s Ed Klein’s statement that Kennedy love to tell Chappaquiddick jokes and was eager to know if anyone had heard any new ones?
The British Telegraph features an article about patients under Britain’s National Health Service (NHS) wrongly determined to be close to death…and thus prime candidates to be written off by the government health care system. When Americans can look around the world and see the myriad of problems that come with socialized medicine, it’s no wonder so many of them are saying “Not on your life!” to Obamacare.
Dr. Stephen E. Fraser, M.D. read the entire Health Care Reform Bill (H.R. 3200) and wrote a detailed letter of objections to Senator Evan Bayh of Indiana. Dr. Fraser gave a copy of the letter to the other doctors who practiced with him in Indianapolis and central Indiana. Then, he learned that the letter was posted on the internet and has circulated around the world.
From hoola-hoops to “Snuggies” many people have gotten rich on relatively silly, inconsequential ideas; and good for them. Only a couple of months ago Tony Walz awoke at 1:30 in the morning with a truly brilliant idea that will benefit all Americans. Frustrated with the difficulties in communicating with politicians, from locating contact information to dealing with subordinates to the trouble and expense of mailing letters, Tony thought there had to be a better way, and DearPolitician.org is it!
The Washington Post is breathlessly amazed that former Virginia Attorney General Bob McDonnell–now running for governor–is actually a conservative. What the Post is really worked up about is that both Bob McDonnell and the majority of his fellow Virginias are a bunch of backwoods hicks who bitterly “cling to guns and religion.” Sound familiar?