Monday, September 19, 2011

Conference Aims to Normalize Pedophilia

If a small group of psychiatrists and other mental health professionals have their way at a conference this week, pedophiles themselves could play a role in removing pedophilia from the American Psychiatric Association’s bible of mental illnesses — the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM), set to undergo a significant revision by 2013. Critics warn that their success could lead to the decriminalization of pedophilia.

The August 17 Baltimore conference is sponsored by B4U-ACT, a group of pro-pedophile mental health professionals and sympathetic activists. According to the conference brochure, the event will examine “ways in which minor-attracted persons [pedophiles] can be involved in the DSM 5 revision process” and how the popular perceptions of pedophiles can be reframed to encourage tolerance.

Researchers from Harvard University, the Johns Hopkins University, the University of Louisville, and the University of Illinois will be among the panelists at the conference.


Saturday, September 17, 2011

White House Wants to Track and Tax Your Mileage

Conservative economists, commentators, and politicians are blasting a draft Obama administration plan that envisions using Big Brother-like tracking devices on private cars to tax drivers on how many miles they travel.

The new tax scheme, designed to help fund transportation spending, would determine your mileage by installing electronic equipment on your car. This would involve monitoring your location and how far you’ve traveled.


Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Rick Perry tied to Agenda 21: Selling Texas to foreigners, jabs Obama for same

Rick Perry may be good at invoking states rights and property rights, while disavowing ‘foreign creditors,’ but his actions as Texas’ longest serving governor tell a different story. Public private partnerships (or P3s) are part and parcel of the United Nations’ Agenda 21. Two of the purposes of Agenda 21 are to abolish private property and restrict mobility and P3s act as the vehicle to do it. Perry made P3s a centerpiece of his transportation policy since he stepped in as governor.


Eat the Rich!

Rainbow Connection? Online Push Under Way for Bert and Ernie to Get Married on 'Sesame Street'

An online push is under way to pressure the producers of "Sesame Street" into having Bert and Ernie get married.  More than 900 people have signed a petition about the pair of platonic puppets on as of early Wednesday.  "We are not asking that Sesame Street do anything crude or disrespectful," the petition reads. "It can be done in a tasteful way. Let us teach tolerance of those that are different."

The sexuality of Bert and Ernie -- perhaps the kid show's most popular characters -- has long been debated since the roommates sleep in the same room and constantly bicker.  The petition also asks that "Sesame Street" producers consider adding a transgender character to the show, which premiered in 1969 on Public Broadcasting Service.  The online campaign also has a companion Facebook page that has attracted as least 350 supporters as of Wednesday.


Speaking the Truth About Girl Scouts

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Wednesday, August 10, 2011

It's a GREAT Day for Wisconsin!

Can't Buy Me Gov

Most Americans are enjoying a few week break from all the political ranker. Not Wisconsin. After a brutal eight months, big government special interest groups are dragging voters back to the polls to see if they've changed their minds since last November. They haven't. Of the six recalls on Tuesday, Democrats won only two--just shy of what they needed to take back the Senate.

For Wisconsin liberals, who expected to knock out at least three Republicans, it was a tough vote to swallow. Leading up to yesterday's recall, Democrats had thrown everything they had at the six swing districts, knocking on some 200,000 doors and outspending Republicans by a two-to-one margin. Local officials say that more than $25 million have been pumped into the races from other states--but even that seemed to have little bearing on the outcome. Apparently, outside money couldn't buy inside influence. "Voters gave us a mandate last fall... They back us up again [Tuesday]," the GOP's John Hogan said, "Voters told us loud and clear, 'Stay the course. Things are working.'" ....

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Wednesday, August 3, 2011


The Air War
WisPolitics just reporterd that there are 29 different groups spending $30 mllion dollars around the current recall elections. In most cases, Club for Growth is the only truthtelling group on the other side. We're OK with those odds. But the left gets their money from out of state groups like the AFL-CIO. We don't have an endless supply of forced union dues, we must rely on individuals who voluntarily contribute.............

No Excuses
There’s been good news about the results achieved in the brief seven months since the Walker administration took office. Next Tuesday, August 9th, will determine whether the good news keep coming, or whether Walker's limited-government agenda will itself be limited to what we’ve seen so far.................


Tuesday, July 5, 2011

United Way in Wisconsin Under Fire For Referring Raped Teens to Planned Parenthood


Teachers Behaving Badly

Government unions seem to consider themselves the rightful rulers of us all, and they’re shocked when those who pay the bills question what’s going on.

So there’s nothing surprising about the campaign emails of Shelly Moore, a Democrat hoping to unseat Republican State Senator Sheila Harsdorf in a recall election on August 9th. What’s noteworthy is that Moore, a teacher in the Ellsworth School District, sent and received these emails using school facilities, allegedly on paid, school-district time. The very existence of these emails demonstrates contempt for taxpayers.

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Lamar Smith's E-Verify Bill Must Be Amended

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Curbing Unions Saves Schools!!!!

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