Weekly roundup


From National Geographic news – Mars Melt Hints at Solar, Not Human, Cause for Warming, Scientist Says – I think that your carbon emissions are causing Mars to heat up as well.  I hope you feel suitably guilty.

Also see Global warming?  I won’t be losing any sleep over it.  So the U.N. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change revised its expectations from their 2001 prediction of a 20-30 foot rise in sea levels all the way down to 17 inches.  So they were off by at least 1400% in just six years.  We can surely trust the latest figure and radically change our economy, regardless of the consequences, right?  Sadly, the Left is using these distortions to frighten children and dramatically influence government policies and spending.  But remember, you are as bad as a Holocaust denier if you don’t agree with them!

Judge orders ‘gay’ agenda taught to Christian children

U.S. District Judge Mark L. Wolf yesterday dismissed a civil rights lawsuit brought by David Parker, ordering that it is reasonable, indeed there is an obligation, for public schools to teach young children to accept and endorse homosexuality.

Hillary makes the rounds with her pro-family message (heh).  See the video of her presentation to the Human Rights Campaign here.  Hey, at least she is candid about her complete hostility to traditional marriage.  It was comical when she accused Republicans of politicizing personal things like relationships.  Uh, Hill, if memory serves I think the Left brought up the whole “gay marriage” thing and wants to change the laws whether the people like it or not.  We were OK with the one-man / one-woman arrangement.  So who is politicizing this? 

Top 10 amazing facts of Mormonism.  Speaking from experience, Mormons make fantastic neighbors and friends.  But Mormonism is not Christianity. 

Penn & Teller YouTube video skewering environmental hysteria

Cool, someone finally put together a video showing the Democratic hypocrisy on Iraq.  I knew those quotes were out there but hadn’t seen them packaged so nicely.  Hat tip: I Can Plainly See

3 thoughts on “Weekly roundup”

  1. Joseph Smith revealed that the actual Garden of Eden is in Jackson County, Missouri.

    Great, the “show me” state is going to become the “show off” state before long. Dang, I lived in SE NE for several years and never realized how close to the garden of Eden we were. Oh well, you snooze, you lose 🙂


  2. Never quite understood the concept of polygamy. I’m having a hard enough time keeping up with one wife. Can you imagine more than one todo list on the weekend. As my wife says “there’s only enough room for one queen bee in the hive” :>).


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