Thursday, March 3, 2011

Short Notices

Here are some stories worth reading that I don't have time to comment on extensively at the moment but which are important enough to take time to draw to your attention.

Michael Moore
is a totalitarian who thinks that the total amount of money is finite, that all the money belongs the government, and that jobs are owned by "the people." He knows nothing about economics, yet sees fit to pontificate anyway. He is filthy rich capitalist himself, yet poses as a Marxist. Quite a piece of work! See here for proof.

Kermit Gosnell, abortionist and murderer, may get the death penalty according to CNN. If ever there was a case where the death penalty was warranted, this is it.

Barrack Obama should be considered to be an enemy of the Roman Catholic Church. Father Z comments on William Oddie's article that makes a case for this proposition here.

Khalid Ali-M Aldawsari was recently arrested by the FBI after he was discovered to have been planning a terrorist attack in Texas. One of his potential targets was George W. Bush. This is the 38th thwarted terrorist attack in the US since 9/11.

Ruth Marcus is a left-leaning journalist who is getting tired of Obama's lack of leadership. When you have lost the Washington Post, you are in trouble.

George Will explains why liberals love trains in Newsweek. Short answer: because they love to control other people's lives.

Shahbaz Bhatti, Pakistan’s minister of minority affairs, was assassinated by gunmen today while he sat in a car outside his mother’s house, where he lived. See Nina Shea's article in The Corner. His crime? Trying to reform Pakistan's totalitarian blasphemy laws.

Damian Thompson asks when Britain will wake up to the persecution of Christians by Muslims here. He documents the murder of Pakistan's Minister of Minorities, the massacre of Copts by Muslims, and the persecution of Christians in Iraq. But my question is: "Is Damian right to assume that the governing elites of Broken Britain are really against this sort of thing?"

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