Roundup

Formalized intolerance training at universities — And you are only paying $45,000 per year for this!

Intolerant evolutionists biggest fear:  a critical evaluation of evolution in the public square

Barack Obama outlaws capitalism: threatens Chrysler’s non-TARP creditors « Wintery Knight Blog 

What does it mean when the President of the United States threatens and coerces private investors?

  • Private property is abolished
  • The free market is abolished
  • The rule of law is abolished
  • The Constitution has been abolished
  • Private contracts are abolished
  • Capitalism is abolished

It means that socialism has come to the United States, just as the rest of the world is abandoning a failed system.

The Pugnacious Irishman has a great follow up to the Day of Silence, not only in terms of analysis but in ways to charitably navigate through conversations with people to expose the flaws in the homosexual agenda.

Quote of the week (Hat tip: Slice of Laodicea)

People tell me judge not lest ye be judged. I always tell them, twist not scripture lest ye be like satan.

–Paul Washer

Great summary of the Carrie Prejean / Miss USA issue by Euripides.  The hypocrisy of the Left, particularly on behalf of alleged Feminists, is greater than usual. 

I admire her standing up and speaking the truth.  Having said that, I’m not convinced that the implant / swimsuit competition elements of this make her the best pro-family spokesperson. 

Obama’s first 100 days —  That’s a lot of failure in such a short time!

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  1. Just watched the FIRE clip about the University of Delaware – reminds me of Orwell’s “1984”. Good thing they got the program stopped – although I’m sure others like it will spring up in time. It seems like academia is the most repressive part of society when it comes to free thought and speech. There is much revisionist history being taught, as well.

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  2. Good rundown of the first 100 days. O’Reilly gave Obama a “B”, if I remember correctly. He definitely gave him a B for the calming down of both the markets and public sentiment about the recession, both of which would have happened regardless of who was in the White House. I guess if I was forced to grade Obama, I could say “Present”. Otherwise, I don’t see that he’s done anything worth a passing grade. On a pass/fail system, it’s just too early to say that he’s failed, but he sure hasn’t passed yet based on what he HAS done, as explained so plainly in the link.

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