Wednesday, January 26, 2005

Hilarious Article of the Week

It was nice to wake up to a great laugh this morning! Check out this article on the homosexual agenda-sponsored inaugural "No Name Calling Week": And my favorite quote from the article, just in case you're tempted to overlook the article and move on in your web surfing: "I was going to call you a name, but decided it would be more tolerant to punch you in the stomach after class..." LOL!

Tuesday, January 25, 2005

Dumb Criminal of the Week

This one takes the cake folks. Check this out: Pay special attention to the part where the police say the miscreant stated he "came to give the guy a whipping but wouldn't make a statement without a lawyer." I got one thing to say to that: BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!! I cannot stress the hilarity of this! This guy actually TOLD the cops he was there to effect a beatdown, but he wouldn't admit to it without a lawyer present! "I'm TELLIN' you I came out here to give that sorry son a good butt-whoopin', but I ain't signin' nothin' that proves it before I talk to my lawyer first!" That's like buying the leash but forgetting to get the dog too. Obviously this guy's elevator doesn't reach the top.

Sunday, January 23, 2005

Illinois Infringes on Religious Freedom

Well, ladies and gentlemen. For months outside this blog (nay, the past two years) I've been predicting something like this would happen, and it finally has. Look at this: If ever there was a need for the unconstitutional notion of church-state separation, this is it. I was under the impression that the First Amendment guarantees no government intrusion in religion. This is obvious and blatant intrusion into the churches by the Illinois government. Do you really want to hire someone whose very philosophy is against that of your business? This is what it amounts to: the so-called "homosexual agenda" is on the warpath to demonize Christianity and Christians, to make Christian speech about homosexuality "hate speech," and now they are attempting (and in this case succeeded) to force the churches to ignore the religious teachings that are part of the foundation of their existence. Now, I like to avoid making generalizations, but quite frankly, these people are not going to stop until we are criminals. Criminals! I call on all Christians--not faithful Christians, not concerned Christians, but ALL Christians, faithful and backslidden--to stand up and decry this blatant abuse of government authority. Jesus did not allow his house to be turned into a den of thieves, and I'll be John Brown if I allow my church to be usurped by a bigoted "ordinance against bigots." And with that, I'm going to church.

Friday, January 21, 2005

RIT Students Protest Pro-Israel Speaker

Harrumph. If you ever disbelieved there was "liberal bias" in higher education, here's another bit of irrefutable evidence: Now, I don't know about you, but it seems to me that failure to raise hell about a terrorist sympathizer while raising hell about someone fighting for their country's mere right to exist is proof that one's priorities are out of order. I would daresay most people would look at this and wonder what's wrong with these students. It's simple. The universities are bastions of liberalism, and indoctrination begins with Composition 101. This is disturbing to me because, as a minister to Deaf students, many of my students (or students I have come into contact with) might attend RIT in the future through their wonderful Deaf program. I want my students--and my own kids, for that matter--to be able to think for themselves, and not some prescribed leftist agenda. My own fiancee is exposed to liberal indoctrination every day at the University of Louisville, and some of their proclamations are so absurd it's funny. Case in point: last semester she had a teacher who was an obvious relativist. He claimed that the glass is either half-full or half-empty, and there is no wrong answer. Puh-leeze. Either way, you need more to drink, dagnabit! But he can't prove his own words, since "there is no wrong answer!" Relativism is a self-defeating proposition, since it can neither assert nor debunk with no absolutes. But back on topic, I would urge my few readers (ha ha) to seriously consider the types of things going on in the universities before sending your impressionable teenager there, especially if said teen is deaf!

Thursday, January 13, 2005

More Proof that Lawyers Suck

Well, folks, it's time for Dumb Move of the Day. A lawyer has thrown two guys in jail for making lawyer jokes. The story is here: I don't know about you, but this is hilarious. Talk about dumb. Seems like this lawyer dude was bullied in elementary school or something. Must have been, if he wants to abuse his abilities by throwing a couple of hecklers in jail. This is too funny to believe. I guess the lawyer in this story went "Twisted Sister" and decided he wasn't gonna take it anymore! I think this deserves a little 80's vignette. (Dons Dee Snyder faux-drag queen outfit, fires up the Fender, and puts some hard rock wail through the amp) Oh, we're not gonna take it No, we ain't gonna take it We're not gonna take it anymore!

Saturday, January 08, 2005

Christians Face 47 Years In Prison For Preaching, Part 2

It gets worse, ladies and gentlemen. Lawyers for the persecuted Christians and the homosexuals appeared on "The O'Reilly Factor" recently, and it appears that the lawyers who advised police to arrest the Christians were gay. Do I hear (with my deaf ears, of course) a train coming down that railroad? Here's an article I found that elaborates: It is even more disgusting with the revelation that one of the Christians facing all this jail time is a 17 year old girl. You can see that story here: Now, I don't know about you, but the more I read and hear about this case on TV, the less and less respect I have for the homosexual agenda. The movement is forcing itself down the throats of Americans against our will, and they have specifically targeted Christians and "ex-gays." This needs to stop.

Wednesday, January 05, 2005

Southern Cal Wins Orange Bowl

Well, I guess the point of contention is now moot. USC has soundly defeated Oklahoma in last night's Orange Bowl, shooting down any chances of Auburn sneaking in and getting a richly deserved share of the national title. Oh wait, you knew I was talking about college football, right? But seriously, there were three--count 'em, three--unbeaten teams at the end of the season (including bowls). Hats are off to USC, Auburn, and Utah for running the gauntlet. Hats are also off to Oklahoma and Boise State for undefeated regular seasons. Having five unbeatens before the bowls perfectly illustrates the farce the BCS has become. And if not for a dropped interception in the 4th quarter against Miami, a sixth team, Louisville, would have made those waters even more muddy! I'm a purist. I don't believe in a playoff for Division 1-A. But this sytem is, as many people have remarked to me, B.S. without the C. Too many teams get left out, all the other bowls are rendered meaningless, and teams from "lesser" conferences get completely cut out of the picture. Tulane running the table with no BCS bid a few years ago is proof of that. Boise State and Louisville, despite top 10 rankings, are this year's proof texts. I am biting the bullet. It is past time we had a playoff in Division 1-A. Let's have a playoff involving conference champions only. That would make winning the conference more meaningful, for starters. It would also give teams incentive to win their conference and not the polls. Rivalries in the conferences would take on even greater meaning. And perhaps most importantly, such a system could completely do away with the polls as a measure of a team's "worth." Don't give me any guff about "runners up" or "one- or two-loss teams with no conference championship." If you're not good enough to win the conference--one loss or no--you're not good enough to be in the playoffs. No wild cards here, folks! Money ceases to be a motivator, instead the goal is a conference championship. Yes, I know this does away with the bowls. Perhaps it is time the bowls faded away.