The Project For a New American Century!Written by Frank Reilly
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in Iraq - (the public version). When one considers that names here, printed at bottom of "Statement of Principles" on site reads like a who's who in George W. Bush Administration, and in American politics in past decade, it makes complete sense that current administration is carrying out mandates of this document verbatim, to wit, an absolute adherence to every single feature in document, result being a conquest for world domination! I don't care what anyone says, or how much criticism I take for it, current activities of those in power, look more like first horse of apocalypse than anything ever witnessed on world stage. (more on that later) There can no longer be any question in heart of a Christian who reads this document, (Rebuilding America's Defenses), about what George W. Bush Administration is "up to". This document was written by, and is supported by all those surrounding him, and make no mistake about it, THIS is agenda of George W. Bush administration, regardless of what idealistic or holy hat anyone may be trying to place on him, this document outlines a clear roadmap for coming years! The fact that Cheney was ordered to re-write document means little given fact that Wolfowitz is here on this draft as well. The point being that what our leaders now say only became case BECAUSE of 911 attacks, we will prove here has been case in this circle of men since 1992.
It is truly amazing to us at 11th Hour, in light of events of past 4 years, all excuses, all pretending that this government is taken by surprise by current world events, when charter written by PNAC, people that now make up current Administration, a document started in 1998, released in 2000, based on a document written by Cheney's boys in 1992 no less, are coming true exactly in concert with goals of this document. How convenient!
Please do not miss this Article! If you are a Christian who cares about image that Church presents in World today, this could be one of most important documents you ever read!
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Feeling Squeezed by Political CorrectnessWritten by Terry Mitchell
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The Right tells us: (1) The actions of a conservative Republican president should never be questioned but it is quite okay and even encouraged to bash a liberal Democrat president for every little peccadillo. My take: This is complete hypocrisy. (2) When President decides to take country to war (or is even contemplating it), criticizing or protesting that decision is un-American, unpatriotic, and even borders on treasonous. This kind of stuff gives aid and comfort to enemy and there should be certain consequences for those who do this. You should follow President in mindless lock-step when he decides to go to war. Whether or not that decision makes any sense to you is irrelevant. My take: One of our most valued rights as U.S. citizens is to protest anything that government does that we don't agree with, including making war. (3) The Second Amendment is absolute and cannot be infringed upon but more limits need to be placed on First Amendment. All sex, violence, and vulgarity on TV, in movies, and in video games are not doing anyone any good and must be curbed substantially either through boycotts, intimidation, and/or government intervention. Not only must children be protected from this filth, but adults need to be as well. After all, this kind of stuff causes people to commit crimes such as murder and rape. My take: The people who spend so much time worrying about what someone else is watching, hearing, or reading would be better served to just turn off and/or avoid stuff they claim offends them and endangers their children. If they did, a lot of it would disappear for lack of a market/audience. Parents are ultimately responsible for monitoring their children's reading, listening, and viewing habits. It is not my responsibility and it's not government's responsibility. In fact, when government gets involved, it is nothing less than censorship. Also, there is not any credible evidence that sex and violence in media causes people to commit crimes. Even if there was, principle of personal responsibility dictates that those crimes should not be pinned on anyone or anything other than criminals themselves. (4) Laws should be written with a bias toward "family values", even if these laws cause single people with no children to feel like second class citizens. For example, tax laws, drug laws, zoning laws, etc. should be geared toward benefit of traditional family units. Also, there are certain actions that should be illegal, even if they appear on surface to be victimless crimes. The real victim of these actions is traditional family unit and it must be protected in order to maintain a free and prosperous society. My take: The "equal protection under law" provision of our Constitution requires that everyone be treated equally. Any bias toward traditional family units is not only a violation of Constitution but also stems from a misapplication of biblical teachings (which know nothing of of kind of “family values” being pushed on everyone by Right). In addition, no action that is without a clear and direct victim should be illegal. The fact that it might be vile and repulsive is not alone enough to justify making it illegal. Any evidence of effect of victimless crimes on traditional family is only anecdotal at best. That's just a small sampling from both sides but you get picture. We will have true liberty in this country only when no one is allowed to impose his or her will on anyone else and everyone can be free to speak his or her mind without fear of retaliation or censorship. Political correctness on both ends of political spectrum is one thing that's standing in way of this lofty goal.
Terry Mitchell is a software engineer, freelance writer, and trivia buff from Hopewell, VA. He also serves as a political columnist for American Daily and operates his own website - http://www.commenterry.com - on which he posts commentaries on various subjects such as politics, technology, religion, health and well-being, personal finance, and sports. His commentaries offer a unique point of view that is not often found in mainstream media.