Tuesday, May 30, 2006

How sweet the sound

If you want to see where we will be as a society in a few short years, look at Europe. They just happen to be on a little faster track to perdition. In Holland—where even there a glimpse of stocking was once looked on as something shocking—sex with children and animals is the new cutting edge. Pedophiles are forming their own political party to advance their agenda of eliminating all decency laws.

We have no doubt we'll be seeing that here, too, if trends continue. Probably Massachusetts first.

The good news is that only willful ignorance outright condemns us to repeat history. And as long as we have voices like Grace Dailey—Roscoe’s little Sis!—there is no excuse for ignorance. She, I'm proud to say, is a strong new voice for the cause of righteousness in our land. Read her alert about the Dutch depravities—and much more—on her new blog, Amazing Grace.

Got that Mojo workin’

Meanwhile, Der Spiegel’s interview with Iranian President Mahmoud "Mojo" Ahmadinejad is a must read. The interviewer really goes after him on a number of fronts, especially Mojo's nutberger Holocaust denial. The interview is rife with insights into this very strange mind, not to mention the German mind. (The interviewer, for example, refers to America's "de facto defeat" in Iraq as if a commonly accepted fact beyond dispute.)

Mojo gets called to account on a number of things where he dances fairly nimbly. Not so when he's read back a quote from his own letter to President Bush, where he's clearly indicating that the U.S. government was in cahoots with the 9/11 terrorists. How does he get out of that one? He simply denies that's what he meant. Incredible. You're tempted to label him whacked out, but that would be wrong. The real explanation? It's called the criminal mind, that condition that has no regard for truth or falsehood, right or wrong—just what works, what's expedient.

Like nuking Israel.

You can read the interview here.

Some good news for a change

Do journo-bloggers have the same legal protections as professional journalists in the mainstream mediocracy? It's a very unsettled area of law. But an appeals court in California has ruled in a case involving Apple Computer that bloggers are entitled to the same protections under the state shield law. Read all about it here.


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