Wednesday, June 17, 2015

The Real Identities of Bruce Jenner and Rachel Dolezal

Recent Revelations on Phony "Black" Woman Raises Bigger Questions About "Transgenders"

Bruce Jenner was predictably recently coronated by the media for his scheduled pronouncement that he is a female, as if it is possible to just turn the switch on or off from male to female.  The question lies in how is this even acceptable by a society.  Certainly hollywood and the radical left wing media are swallowing transgenderism in one giant gulp.  But everybody knows Bruce Jenner is a male.  He won gold medals in the Olympics as a man and it's not like he was lying to us then about his sexuality.  He was born a man, he won his gold medals as a man, and in spite of the changes he has made in his lifestyle, he will remain always, to the grave, a man.  He is lying to us and the world about his nature.  Yet the media accepts this lie while rejecting another:

Take the recent story about the NAACP Chapter Head - a woman who claims to be black, just because she says so, but she is really white.  The revelation came this past week and has been covered in Today HERE.

"Be who you are . . . but don't tell me the lie."
- Today Show

So how is this any different than Bruce Jenner?  So as the media comes down on "trans-racial" Rachel, they praise the "trans-gender" Bruce. How is this possible?

Truth is, just as there is nothing "complex" about Rachel, there is nothing "complex" either about Bruce Jenner.  He is lying to the world no different than Rachel lied to the world.  

Dishonesty and Transgenders - society is now obviously being selective on what constitutes a lie.

Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Another Indication of America's Cultural Decay: Country Music?

New Country Music Can be Blamed for White America's Decline

While we hear how rap music, Miley Cyrus, and Lady Gaga are destroying America's youth, we don't realize that new country music is just as damaging.  Singer Jim James says, country music is 'dumbing down the human race'.  He's right.  More on the story HERE.  While he has a slightly different spin on how, I have been pointing this out repeatedly.  In fact so has country music legend, Merle Haggard who explained in an interview with the News Observer:

“I've gotta be honest, I don't really listen to the radio at all anymore. Once in a while, I'll scan it and I don't understand what they're doing. I can't find the entertainment in it.” 
“Too much boogie boogie wham-bam and not enough substance.”
Here's a take from Top 4 country music hits back in September:
No. 1 "Burnin' It Down":
You slip your finger through the tear in my t-shirtYou stirrin' up dirty in the back of my mindYou keep on flirtin' cause you know that it's workin'
. . . then it only gets worse from there.

No. 2 "That's My Kind of Night":
You got that sun tan skirt and boots,Waiting on you to look my way and scoot,Your little hot self over here,Girl hand me another beer, yeah!
No. 3:
Damn pretty girl,You went and done it again.Ya gone and turned your sexy all the way up to 10.I never seen a ride seat,Looking so hot.Baby you rock,Hit the spot,Like a Fireball shot.
No. 4:
Hey girl, you make me wanna drive you home,Get you outta here and get you all alone.

 . . . one more mention of 'girl' or 'baby', and . . . well, "I might just go all country-crazy."  Unfortunately country music has gotten intolerable.  Hopefully some young singers can come along to pull the industry out of the gutter.

Wednesday, March 25, 2015

An Inconvenient Poll

Gallup: Concern About Environment Down – Americans Worry Least About Global Warming

The environmentalist idolators are only going to get more aggressive following the inconvenient results of this annual Environmental Gallup Survey:

CNS has an article HERE.

The March 25 release date of the Gallup survey summarized:

  • Worry about most problems down after increasing in 2014
  • Americans are most worried about polluted drinking water
  • Americans worry least about global warming

The current level of worry on each issue remains at or near those record lows. 
Americans' concern about a series of potential environmental threats remains on the low end of what Gallup has measured over the past 25 years. 
Last year's increased worry proved temporary, rather than the start of a trend toward renewed concern about environmental problems.

Then there's this troubling conclusion by Gallup who sees a negative result of this survey as:

"because Americans are less concerned about environmental matters in general, they may be less willing to support policy changes to make those regulations even tougher if they don't perceive pollution and other environmental threats as imminent."

What more tougher regulations does America need?  China is outproducing America as they have surpassed the U.S. as the world's largest economy and some are still dithering about "imminent environmental threats" here in America?  One day historians will write books about America's failure because of internal fear mongering, wrist wringing, and anxiety over things beyond the control of man, even as they watched other countries succeed beyond their wildest dreams who didn't engage in this form of idolatry that since the 1990's has slowly choked Americans to a standstill.

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

When it comes to leading our country, our leaders are not invoking God for guidance

According to a new Gallup poll, only 23% of Washington D.C. residents go to Church weekly.  That's no surprise with how dismally poor our country is being run right now.  There is anarchy in the Middle East, American hostages flaunted and killed on camera, America is getting taunted by evildoers, and our leaders still believe their biggest threat comes from . . . Americans who support conservative ideas.  The leadership in America is appallingly in the gutter.  The HHS mandate is still trying to force the Catholic community of nuns, The Little Sisters of the Poor, to bend to the will of Obama and his contraceptive mandate.  There is talk of taking over the internet by the FCC and illegal actions by this president to unilaterally provide amnesty to illegals, a clear violation of the law, yet nobody in D.C. has the fortitude or even the desire to do anything to stop this madness.  A CNS article elaborated on the Gallup poll:

When ranked with the 50 states, D.C. was fifth from last in the percentage of its residents who attend church services at least once a week.
There were 29 states plus the District of Columbia where only a third or fewer of the residents surveyed said they attend church at least once a week. These included:
--Vermont (17 percent)
--New Hampshire (20 percent)
--Maine (20 percent)
--Massachusetts (22 percent)
--Washington, D.C. (23 percent)
--Washington state (24 percent)
--Oregon (24 percent)
--Hawaii (25 percent)
--Colorado (24 percent)
--Connecticut (25 percent)
--Alaska (26 percent)
--Montana (27 percent)
--Nevada (27 percent)
--New York (27 percent)
--California (28 percent)
--Wyoming (28 percent)
--Rhode Island (28 percent)
--Wisconsin (29 percent)
--New Jersey (30 percent)
--Minnesota (31 percent)
--South Dakota (31 percent)
--Maryland (31 percent)
--Florida (32 percent)
--Iowa (32 percent)
--Pennsylvania (32 percent)
--North Dakota (32 percent)
--Illinois (32 percent)
--Ohio (32 percent)
--Kansas (33 percent)
--Arizona (33 percent).
In only 9 states did 40 percent or more of the residents surveyed say they attend church at least once a week. These included:
--Utah (51 percent)
--Mississippi (47 percent)
--Alabama (46 percent)
--Louisiana (46 percent)
--Arkansas (45 percent)
--South Carolina (42 percent)
--Tennessee (42 percent)
--Kentucky (41 percent)
--North Carolina (40 percent).
Vermont had the largest share of residents--71 percent--who said they seldom or never go to church. Alabama--at 29 percent--had the smallest share of residents who said they seldom or never go to church.
The number of people surveyed in each state varied widely, which large numbers of people being polled in large states and smaller numbers in small states. For example, Gallup asked the question of 17,351 people in California and 10,221 in Florida, but only 539 in South Dakota and 383 in D.C. "Margins of error for individual states are no greater than +/-6 percentage points, and are +/- 3 percentage points in most states," said Gallup's analysis.
To see Gallup's full analysis of this survey click here.

Friday, January 30, 2015


There could be a new epidemic spreading across the "irresponsible" planet: 

* * * R A B B I T I T I S * * *

If you are a Catholic, have been multiplying, your ears are getting longer all the time, and start seeing spots before your eyes, you ARE symptomatic!

Thursday, November 27, 2014

Pot Poses Real Danger to Society

Recent study shows "scientific data and the actual dangers of marijuana, and the negative stories coming out of Colorado and Washington State since those states legalized marijuana."  The article continued:

"The science is clear and unambiguous – pot is a dangerous substance. It is not like alcohol at all. There is a reason it is classified as a Schedule Icontrolled dangerous substance, right along with heroin, LSD and ecstasy. The American Medical Association, the American Lung Association and other reputable doctors and scientists all reject legalization.  
As Dr. Kevin Sabet, former senior advisor to President Obama’s drug policy office, states in his book “Reefer Sanity ‘Seven Great Myths About Marijuana,” the average strength of today’s marijuana is five to six times what it was in the 1960s and 1970s, and upwards of 10 to 20 times stronger than in the past.
Even the liberal editorial pages of The Washington Post urged voters not to legalize pot in the ballot initiative this past Nov. 4. The Post noted that “the rush to legalize marijuana gives us – and we hope voters – serious pause.”
The data coming out of Colorado is exhibit A on why voters should reject legalization efforts. Even the Democratic governor of Colorado, John Hickenlooper, said that legalizing marijuana in Colorado was “reckless.” As I have written at Heritage, pot-positive traffic fatalities have gone up100 percent since voters legalized pot in Colorado. This is true despite the fact that overall traffic fatalities in Colorado have gone down since 2007.
report by a federal grant-funded agency in Colorado found seven specific negative side effects that pot legalization has caused in Colorado:
1) the majority of DUI drug arrests involve marijuana;
2) youth consumption of marijuana has increased;
3) drug-related suspensions/expulsions increased 32 percent over a 5-year period and a majority was for marijuana;
4) an increase in college users;
5) almost 50 percent of Denver arrestees tested positive for marijuana;
6) marijuana-related emergency room visits increased 57 percent from 2011-2013; and
7) marijuana-related hospitalizations has increased 82 percent since 2008.
Perhaps people are also aware of new scientific studies pointing to the inherent dangers of marijuana. For example, the British health research journal The Lancet Psychiatry recently concluded that teens who smoke marijuana are “also 60 percent less likely to graduate college and seven times more likely to attempt suicide.”
Others have picked up on the recent findings by the Journal of Addiction from Kings College London that found that marijuana is highly addictive, causes mental health problems and is a gateway drug to other illegal and dangerous drugs. That report found that regular adolescent marijuana users have lower educational attainment than non-using peers, that they were more likely to use other illegal drugs, the use produced intellectual impairment, that use doubled the risk of being diagnosed with schizophrenia, and increased the risk of heart attacks in middle-aged adults."