Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Audio -- "What Men Need to Know"

Kevin Brock, former Principal Deputy Director of the National Counterterrorism Center of the FBI, provided this talk in 2006 at the Center for Family Development in Bethesda, Md., on his insight into the accelerating proliferation of pornography. This talk is very illuminating and challenging. He connects the dots between pornography and crime, and makes the case that despite the many problems that plague our culture, pornography is possibly the most dangerous for our youth and culture. He also offers his solution for the future, asking parents to create a protective environment for our children.

Click on the link below to listen on your computer or to download this talk, right-click the link and select "Save Target As..." and save to your computer.


Obama and Race a.k.a. "Liberal Scare Tactics"

See the fantastic column by Peter Kirsanow from National Review regarding Sen. Obama's recent comments related to race. I have also attached a link to the video clips of Sen. Obama's scare tactics...


"Presumed Racist" by Peter Kirsanow, National Review

Obama's statement yesterday about Republican scare tactics is merely the latest in a string of statements in which he suggests that certain Americans are intrinsically racist, and those Americans aren't just confined to political opponents. His declaration that his grandmother was a "typical white person," was, at the time, derided primarily because it was seen as Obama "throwing her under the bus" for political expediency. But the statement's premise — that the "typical" white person is a reflexive racist — is at least as offensive.

Similarly, the commentary surrounding Obama's statement to San Francisco elites about bitter, working class voters focused largely on the condescension in his claim that such folks "cling to guns or religion." Somewhat ignored was the clause "...or antipathy to people who aren't like them..." Again, Obama is branding a huge swath of the American populace in unsavory terms.

During the primaries his campaign lept upon any statement that was even remotely related to color as evidence of racist intent. This is, to say the least, peculiar for someone whose campaign was based in part on racial transcendence. Even more so for someone who doesn't seem to have encountered any pernicious racism or racial barriers in his personal life. His profligate insinuations of racism now are far beyond unseemly. As the possible next President of the United States, he needs to be called on it.

The Obama Quotes:

Barack Obama In Springfield, Missouri - July 30, 2008
“So nobody really thinks that Bush or McCain have a real answer for the challenges we face, so what they’re going to try to do is make you scared of me. You know, he’s not patriotic enough. He’s got a funny name. You know, he doesn’t look like all those other Presidents on those dollar bills, you know. He’s risky…That’s essentially the argument they’re making.”

Barack Obama In Rolla, Missouri - July 30, 2008
“That’s not the debate we’re getting out of John McCain right now. He’s spending an awful lot of time talking about me. You notice that? I haven’t seen an ad yet where he talks about what he’s gonna do. And the reason is because those folks know they don’t have any good answers, they know they’ve had their turn over the last eight years and made a mess of things. They know that you’re not real happy with them. And so the only way they figure they’re going to win this election is if they make you scared of me. So what they’re saying is, ‘Well, we know we’re not very good but you can’t risk electing Obama. You know, he’s new, he doesn’t look like the other presidents on the currency. He’s got a funny name.’ I mean, that’s basically the argument – he’s too risky.”

Barack Obama In Union, Missouri - July 30, 2008
“So they know they’ve got no new ideas, they know they’re dredging up all the stale, old stuff they’ve been peddling for the last eight, ten years. But since they don’t have any new ideas the only strategy they’ve got in this election is to try to scare you about me. They’re going to try to say that I’m a risky guy, they’re going to try to say, ‘Well, you know, he’s got a funny name, and he doesn’t look like all the presidents on the dollar bills and the five dollar bills,’ and they’re going to send out nasty e-mails. And the latest one they got me in an ad with Paris Hilton. You know, never met the woman. But, you know, what they’re going to try to argue is that somehow I’m too risky. You know, basically what they’re saying to you is we know we didn’t do a real good job, but he’s too risky.”

Click here to watch all three videos!

Support Our Troops!

Take a look at Ben Stein in the video below who clearly identifies what is wrong with many in today's society who give more respect and admiration to actors and athletes than our military troops. The book he promotes is called "The Real Stars" and is available at Amazon.Com (click here to order). All proceeds from the book go to The Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors, Inc. (TAPS), which is America’s front line resource for all who are grieving the death of a loved one serving in the Armed Forces.

The Truth Behind Global Warming

The following 10-minute documentary on climate change/global warming is the best video I've seen to date on the subject. It does a fantastic job of explaining how the changes we currently experience are based on natural climate shifts and debunks the "man is causing the problem" propaganda led by Gore and the Libs. Please watch!

My Ryan Zimmerman Video...

Here is my home video of Washington Nationals' 3B Ryan Zimmerman hitting the game-winning home run on Opening Night at Nationals Park on March 30, 2008. If you listen carefully, you can hear my friend predict the HR seconds beforehand when his video camera battery went dead...

Barack Milhouse Obama

The message and clip below were sent to me by a colleague. While I might not agree with all of the conclusions presented in the video about Senator Obama, it does merit viewing and raises some serious questions. Watch and draw your own conclusions...

"I encourage each of you to view this short video on Barack Hussein Obama. It encapsulates and reveals Mr. Obama's history and the underlying potential dangers of him becoming the President of the United States. I agree that a Black American, a woman or any person should be able to win the office of President of the United States, but not this candidate. I am deeply offended that this is the best that the National Democratic Party can offer the American people at such as crucial time in our history. It is inconceivable that a candidate for the Office of the President, wouldn't salute the American Flag. You be the judge. Please consider the importance of any decision to support Mr. Obama, since our future and our children’s and grandchildren’s and other people's children's future will be forever impacted and leave them at the mercy of such a decision. Thanks, Steve"

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