Monthly Archive: June 2009

Jun 23

Fanny-Freddy lock barn after horse escapes

Fanny-Freddy lock barn door after horse escapes By Donald Hank I just attended a settlement for sale of our home and while at the table, I had the opportunity to talk to the lender for the buyers, who was very savvy about the way government-backed mortgage lenders are enforcing and writing policies. I asked him …

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Jun 10

Male pattern eye wanderer outs himself on Laigle’s Forum

About that, er, orientation By Donald Hank Scientists discovered some time ago that people who once thought they were enslaved to an orientation aren’t. That discovery went unheralded. The theory that they were “born that way” was met with fanfare in the media. The truth was spiked. The myth lives on. I have a confession. …

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Jun 04

Obama’s speech in Cairo

Obama’s speech in Cairo Here is some of what Obama said in Cairo, praising Islam for its “tolerance”: “Islam has a proud tradition of tolerance.  We see it in the history of Andalusia and Cordoba during the Inquisition.  I saw it firsthand as a child in Indonesia, where devout Christians worshiped freely in an overwhelmingly …

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Jun 04

Were Hitler and his followers Christians?

Book review: Hitler, the Holocaust and the Bible, by Joe Keysor By Donald Hank The left is the most Christ centered religion in the world. They are perfectly centered on making the historic Jesus Christ and the faith He inspired in millions, go away. In his new book, Hitler, the Holocaust and the Bible, Joe …

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Jun 02

Tiller Murder Requires Proportionate Response in Perspective

The reasons for this emphasis go beyond the recent murder of Tiller, however. We can go back to a post that I made not too long ago that suggested that a ‘right-wing extremist’ attack was not merely inevitable, but something that the current administration actually wants to happen.

Here is a little quote:

Here is what I think. I think that the recently admitted NSA over-collection of American domestic communications revealed that people- even decent people- are really, really, really, really, really, POed about the way things are and the way they are going. I think that material helped drive the DHS report, but I think the DHS was just looking for an excuse.

This report is likely to produce the very thing it is warning about. With this report, every conservative American became subject to the Thought Police and a target of scrutiny by the Federal government. I believe it will put some people over the edge. I believe the intent was to put them over the edge.