Sunday, March 31, 2013


One of the subversives of the conservative movement is Jimmy LaSalvia, a leader of GOProud.

He is loved by conservatives and Republicans, of course.

And while no Christian could get away with telling a sodomite that he should commit suicide, the same standard is not applied to sodomites telling other sodomites to kill themselves.

Thus, there was no outcry that LaSalvia would appear on fellow sodomite Michelangelo Signorile’s radio show as a guest, only months after Signorile told another sodomite to commit suicide.

Then again, perhaps it is not ironic. Supporting immorality and allowing double standards on the left is the new standard of modern society.

Incest: Something Progressive When Leftists Do It

The Daily Caller published a column of mine back in 2010 called, “Incest: Something ‘progressive’ . . . when ‘conservative, racist hicks’ aren’t imagined doing it”. The editor was not too thrilled about it. I don’t know if any of it was edited but it was eventually published.

But the bottom line is, I was right in what I wrote: CNSNews, March 06, 2013: “Yale Hosts ‘Sex Week’ to Explore ‘Sexual Culture,’ Including Incest and Prostitution.”

Saturday, March 30, 2013

Department of Defense Wonders Why It Has a Professionalism Problem

There are various stories in the press and coming out of official military institutions that talk about military professionalism or state that the military has a professionalism problem.

Yet before the DOD repealed morality from the armed forces and sodomized our troops, and even to this day, it bragged about how it ignored the law that banned sodomites from being in the armed forces and thus subverting our defense.

“Gay colonel recalls ‘don’t ask’ investigation” ran this month in The Army Times (a huge cheerleader for sodomizing the armed forces) and it tells of how even when the DOD found out that one of its senior leaders was a sodomite they ignored it. And now he draws a retirement pension.

And the DOD wonders why is has a professionalism problem.


TIME Magazine has published an openly communist article called, “Marx’s Revenge: How Class Struggle Is Shaping the World.”

Also of interesting note: the article is ostensibly written by Michael Schuman yet at the end it states, “With reporting by Bruce Crumley / Paris; Chengcheng Jiang / Beijing; Shan-shan Wang / Shenzhen”.

Two “reporters” from communist China contributed to this propaganda? Interesting.

Friday, March 29, 2013

“Banning Birth Control” vs. Actually Banning Constitutionally Protected Rights

Republicans and conservatives still feel the need to defend against the baseless accusation that they’re “waging a war on women” just as they felt the need to defend against the baseless accusation that they wanted to “ban birth control” during the 2012 election.

At the same time, the Democrats and leftists don’t have to defend themselves at all from their actual attempts to ban the constitutionally protected right of the Second Amendment, as well as other basic rights.

In fact, the Democrats and leftists say that those who rightly identify their attempts to ban basic rights are lying and the people believe them . . . and at other times they say they have a right to infringe on your freedom, and the people have no problem with this either.

This is what has become of our culture.

U.S. Troops Continue Facing Threat of Prosecution from Rules of Engagement

The Associated Press published a story on March 11 describing an insider attack in Afghanistan which resulted in the deaths of two U.S. troops.

The same AP story included information about a separate incident where U.S. troops in a convoy used lethal force to defend themselves.

The AP contacted U.S. spokesman Jamie Graybeal about that incident. “‘The convoy took appropriate measures to protect themselves and engaged the vehicle killing two individuals and injuring one,’ Graybeal said in an email. He said an assessment is under way,” the AP repoted.

However, the next paragraph in the AP story said that, “Associated Press video shows a U.S. major cursing at one of his soldiers and slapping him over the head with his cap as Afghans pulled dead bodies from the truck. In the video, the major appears to be upbraiding the soldier for not using a laser warning device to signal the approaching truck.”

This shows that even as an initial account from an Army spokesman indicates that U.S. troops took appropriate measures to protect themselves, a senior Army officer apparently berated them for doing so.

Thursday, March 28, 2013

Plans for Women in Combat Foretell New Problems for U.S. Armed Forces

The Department of Defense (DOD) is moving forward with plans to place women into combat military occupational specialties (MOS).

And these plans show that the U.S. armed forces will face a whole new slew of problems and degraded readiness.

The Soldiers magazine website published, “Women in combat: Education, leadership keys to success,” on March 15. Soldiers is the official U.S. Army magazine.

This article quoted Army Women’s Health Task Force chairperson, Colonel Anne Naclerio, who spoke on a study the Army conducted on female soldiers.

“‘We found that many of the women downrange didn’t know about urinary diversion devices — they called them FUDDs, female urinary diversion devices — and . . . they would withhold urine, try not to drink as much, try not to have to go to the bathroom. And by doing so, maybe they predisposed themselves to poor health,’ Naclerio said.”

This reveals that when complications arise from the physical differences between men and women the Army will respond that it needs to change, not that women are not suitable for combat.

Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Rand Paul and Militarizing U.S. Soil

Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) filibustered in the Senate until the Obama administration provided an explicit statement that the U.S. government does not have the right to assassinate (with an unmanned aerial systems—UAS) a U.S. citizen on U.S. soil when that person is not deemed to pose an imminent threat to anyone’s life or physical safety.

Senator Paul’s victory garnered some support for his action. Yet he gained criticism as well—and not just from the political left.

Senators McCain and Graham criticized Senator Paul’s arguments. Former federal prosecutor and conservative pundit Andrew McCarthy also criticized his arguments.

But concerns about the safety of law-abiding U.S. citizens on U.S. soil have not come merely from the use of UAS and assassinating U.S. citizens on U.S. soil.