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Thursday, December 3, 2009

John Coleman: Media Will Ignore Climategate Until They Hear ‘I Was Wrong’

"This simple three-word phrase is almost impossible to say because it changes everything. It is easiest for a child to say it — after all, a child isn’t expected to be right about things. But the higher you climb through life, the more difficult it becomes to admit being wrong. It would be devastating for a president of the United States to say it: 'I was wrong.' And it may be about as difficult for an established, respected scientist who does research at an institution funded by millions of tax dollars.

"That is why I don’t expect any of the scientists caught by the Climategate leak to admit 'I was wrong' anytime soon.

"Consider the case of Roger Revelle, the 'grandfather of global warming.' He didn’t say “I was wrong” during all the years he was heading up the Scripps Institute of Oceanography or the Center for Population Studies at Harvard. He waited until he was in a retirement job back at UC San Diego — a mere professor without any research or grant monies coming in — to admit he was wrong about CO2 being an important greenhouse gas.

"But to his credit, he did say it in his final years. I respect that he did clear the air before leaving the scene."

Bill Press: Would you buy a used war from this man?

"Now, in December 2009, Barack Obama has also gone to West Point to announce he would not only continue the war in Afghanistan, he would expand it. This is not the change we voted for."

Now you want to whine when you knew Obama would not end that war.

Brother X says: "Bill Press is racist!"

PJTV's Andrew Klavan: Political Correctness Kills

Religious Leader Tells Planned Parenthood Rally Abortion a "God-Given Right"

Washington, DC (LifeNews.com) -- During the rally yesterday sponsored by the Planned Parenthood abortion business and other leading pro-abortion groups, Rev. Carlton Veazy told the small gathering of hardcore activists that abortion is a "God-given right." Veazy is the head of the Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice.

The rally was a time for abortion advocates to rally together to press for taxpayer funding of abortions and saw a small crowd of just a few hundred people -- compared to the 100,000 or more who attend the March for Life.

Veazy was the closing speaker for the Stop Stupak rally and he told the activists they had more than merely a so-called constitutional right to an abortion.

“Don't let anybody tell you that religious people don't support choice,” Veazy said, according to CNS News. “You not only have a constitutional right for abortion, but you have a God-given right.”

Veazy went as far as calling on the abortion advocates to “take on” the nation's Catholic bishops, who have pressed for removing the abortion funding from the congressional health care bills.

“We are also here to call out the U.S. Conference of [Catholic] Bishops, because no one religion, no theological perspective should get the kind of weight that they can [to] put pressure on the Congress,” he said, according to CNS.

“Hold the whole Congress up and say, ‘If we don't get our way, we will work against health reform,’” said Veazy. “We in the religious community resent that. We believe that no religion should carry that kind of weight in legislation.”

The "God-given rights" comment is already drawing guffaws across the Internet, but it comes as no shock to longtime pro-life advocates.

The Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice represents such denominations as the United Methodist Church, Episcopal Church, Presbyterian Church (USA) and the United Church of Christ that have promoted abortion for decades.

Veazy himself has not only sponsored letters calling for forcing taxpayers to fund abortions, but his pro-abortion position is so extreme that he criticized pro-abortion President Barack Obama for supposedly seeking common ground on abortion.

Even though Obama has crafted a staunchly pro-abortion record as president, for abortion advocates like Veazy, there can never been common ground on abortion because it should be an unfettered right.

"My experience of 13 years in the pro-choice movement is that 'common ground' has become another term for compromise on reproductive choice," he wrote in an editorial at a pro-abortion blog in May. "In other words, achieving common ground will be accomplished by diminishing the ability of women to make decisions about abortion, whatever the personal cost. That's unacceptable."

"It's unacceptable for even one woman to suffer in order for opponents of abortion to be appeased," he claimed.

A Response to AAHRONB on my Thankgiving Well Wish.

Richard Lindzen, Ph.D. Lecture Deconstructs Global Warming Hysteria

Tiger Woods Admits "Transgressions" !!!! -- CNM Breaks It All Down in HD!

Brother X says: "It was the legacy of racism that made Tiger Woods, as well as Jesse Jackson, have those affairs!"

Young Cadet Falls Asleep During Obama Speech on Afgan War at West Point

Brother X says: "It was the legacy of racism that put him to sleep, not Obama!"

Obama, Osama & Oprah Boycott

Climategate: The liars and climate mongers are on the run

Notable Quotables, Ep. 4

Olbermann Supports and Doesn't Support Obama!

Coach Dave Daubenmire: ATHEISM IS A FRAUD

"Therefore, using the Scientific Method, evidence leads me to support the theory that Atheism is the leading religion among scientists and that they believe that the government should pay for them to practice it. In other words, they are against the separation of religion and state as long as it is their religion that is being supported. Calling 'Atheism' science does not make it so."