Obama’s Katrina?

Thursday, October 16th, 2014

I’ll always believe that George W. Bush was unfairly tarred with what happened in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrnia. (The Democratic mayor and governor were the real culprits.) But thanks to biased media coverage and an unfortunate comment by the president to the head of FEMA, Katrina planted in the public’s mind that Bush was somehow to blame.

Well, Barack Obama, the champion of ever larger and more intrusive government, has provided us with ample evidence of his own incompetence in actually making government work over the last five and a half years. (I won’t list all the examples here.) I’m wondering if, given the failures of the CDC, his PC refusal to ban flights from the affected countries, and his own repeated false assurances, the Ebola epidemic will finally be Mr. Obama’s Katrina moment.

You know Mr. Obama’s worried, because he actually canceled a fund raiser….

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John Blok of Moody Radio interviews me about the CT article, “Hong Kong Christians Lead Protests for Democracy.” The article link is below.

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By Arthur Delaney

Top health officials said Wednesday that a nurse infected with Ebola never should have boarded a plane.

And the Obama administration’s reasoning for allowing plane flights from affected countries into this country is what exactly? If this person with Ebola got on a plane and that was wrong, why are our officials allowing people from West Africa to get on planes and possibly bring the deadly virus here, as Thomas Duncan did? While we must provide massive amounts of money and manpower to fight Ebola in affected countries, we need a travel ban–now. What part of “protect the public health” don’t they understand?

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Low

Wednesday, October 15th, 2014

I had thought that Democrats couldn’t go any lower when they ginned up a supposed Republican “war on women” (which, unfortunately, works far too often among our uneducated populace). I was wrong. Now they are blaming the GOP for the Ebola epidemic. This is not the usual pre-election hyperbole. It is poison that is deadly to our Republic. Shame on them, and on anyone who goes along.

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Careful What You Click For

Wednesday, October 15th, 2014

By Rachel Marie Stone

When I click on links I know are trashy, or links I know I’m going to disagree with, I’m casting a vote for more of the same. Chances are, you are too.

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Principles

Tuesday, October 14th, 2014

Why don’t modern feminists care about the rape and slaughter of women by ISIS as much as they do the phony issue of Republicans supposedly trying to take away their birth control? It’s because modern feminism gave up its principles a long time ago in exchange for political power. Don’t believe me? Ask Bill Clinton–and Hillary.

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Hong Kong Christians Lead Protests for Democracy

Tuesday, October 14th, 2014

By Sarah Eekhoff Zylstra

As the island city braces for another week of gridlock, faith is in the foreground.

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Oeuvre

Monday, October 13th, 2014

Given its whole big-government oeuvre, do you have any confidence that Team Obama has a handle on Ebola?

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Excuse Me, My Baby Is the Wrong Color

Monday, October 13th, 2014

By John Stonestreet

Now, I don’t doubt the lesbian couple’s love for the child. But I find it troubling which challenges the couple was willing and isn’t willing to tolerate. They’re suing because of the difficulties of raising a black child in a white community, but they were perfectly willing to risk raising the child without a father—a situation that the best evidence suggests poses far greater consequences for the child. Make no mistake: this is one of those stories that’s a mirror of our culture’s view of sex and children.

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Mountain

Sunday, October 12th, 2014

Finding joy is like climbing a mountain. Some look at the summit and never attempt the journey, believing it is impossible to attain–at least for them. Others grimly put one foot in front of the other but quit before they get to the top, believing other things ultimately are more important. Still more doggedly attempt the climb but discover, years later, that they have going around in circles in the foothills. Others climb with friends who have gone before and find themselves, at last, at the peak. A few, however, merely look at the summit and find, to their surprise, that they are already there.

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