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Friday, March 31, 2006

In a hatefilled working paper Harvard claims the Israeli lobby really is in charge of American foreign policy.

Harvard claims

  • "The core of the Lobby," [Mear-sheimer and Walt] write, "is comprised of American Jews who make a significant effort in their daily lives to bend U.S. foreign policy so that it advances Israel's interests." To be sure, they hasten to add, "not all Jewish-Americans are part of the Lobby." One 2004 survey found that "roughly 36 percent of Jewish-Americans said they were either 'not very' or 'not at all' emotionally attached to Israel." Good news: No more than 64% of American Jews are out to undermine America.

Typical liberal hatefilled racist "working paper". Here is a link to Harvard's paper.

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Mother in Florida pled guilty to drowning her newborn sentenced to five years probation.

Another example of the effects the cheaping of life with abortion. Shatoya Nelson has two other children and was declared a fit mother the day before she gave birth to her new baby.Which she then drowned in the toliet.

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Cynthia McKinney smacks a policeman.

Now she is playing the race card. Playing the victim so she won't have to be responsible for what she did.

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Thursday, March 30, 2006

Abortion Clinic to reopen

An abortion clinic closed because the doctor lost his license will reopen.

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Sunday, March 26, 2006

Would you trust a Pregnancy Counseling Service who's goal is zero population growth?

Abortion and population At the end of the above article Jeansette Atkinson `61 Zero Population Growth and Pregnancy Counseling Service

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Harvard says they will sell their stake in a Beijing-based company with close ties to the Sudanese government.

Not only does this company have close ties to the Sudanese government which has slaughtered thousands of civilians in what the U.S. Congress and State Department have called a genocide it also allows slavery but this company is 'gasp' an oil company. Liberals are always breaking their own rules.

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Comic book education.

College students are now being assigned comic books to read.

But for an increasing number of courses, the standard texts are anything but ordinary: comic books, modern best-selling novels and controversial nonfiction. "If there's a really popular book or something on a controversial subject, people notice it. We'll sometimes sell out," said Jessica Robinson, textbook manager at UNCG's campus bookstore. "If students have to have the book for a class and they've all sold out, we'll sometimes have to re-order them." One such book is "Nigger: The Strange Career of a Troublesome Word," a book from lecturer Tracey Salisbury's African American Studies course. The popular book by Randall Kennedy examines the history of the word, how it's used and why. Although it was praised by some people, others were offended when it was published in 2003.

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Saturday, March 25, 2006

Sleep Deprivation: The Great American Myth

Wow, studies show you live longer if you get less than 8 hours sleep. Sleep Deprivation: The Great American Myth

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You can get Sirus or XM on your cell phone thanks to hackers.

Satellite Radio Rocks Cell Phones

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Podcasts catch on as tool for schools

Cool iPods used to educate. Podcasts catch on as tool for schools

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Cute baby hippo

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LSC Student auctions herself on ebay

LSC Student Finds A Way To Help Pay Her College Expenses

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Hillary Clinton and gay rights

Hillary Clinton and her husband love to take money from gay groups but in fact have done more to block gay marriage than any republican ever did. It was Bill Clinton who lobbied for the Defense of Marriage Act which is the biggest block to gay marriage ever signed into law. Even Howard Dean is against gay marriage. Bill Clinton was also the one who started the "Don't ask don't tell" policy in the military. A policy hated by gay rights groups. Clinton also blocked cheap drugs used to fight AIDS in poor countries.

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Top ten pro-life states.

10. Arizona (tie)Ratio: 122Number of Abortions: 10,677 10. South Carolina (tie)Ratio: 122Number of Abortions: 6,657 9. ColoradoRatio: 113Number of Abortions: 7,757 8. MissouriRatio: 109Number of Abortions: 8,201 7. West VirginiaRatio: 99Number of Abortions: 2,049 6. MississippiRatio: 87Number of Abortions: 3,605 5. South DakotaRatio: 77Number of Abortions: 826 4. UtahRatio: 72Number of Abortions: 3,524 3. KentuckyRatio: 65Number of Abortions: 3,502 2. IdahoRatio: 40Number of Abortions: 829 1. WyomingRatio: N/ANumber of Abortions: 10

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Is Bush Following in Lincoln's Footsteps?

Human Events compares Bush to Lincoln.

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Gertraud Arzberger must have been a follower of Peter Singer.

Gertraud Arzberger murdered at least four of her five newborn babies. Peter Singer Ethics Chair at Princeton says newborns are worth less than dogs. Is there any surprize than when people are taught that you can kill unborn babies up to birth and told that even newborns are worth less than dogs that women will kill newborns too?

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Signatures demanding Grand Jury investigate George Tiller in the third-trimester abortion death of Christin Gilbert.

Sadly Gilbert died after complications third-trimester abortion received at Tiller’s abortion mill. Sadly Gilbert was only 19 and had Down Syndrome. Another victim of safe abortions.

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Patricia Heaton discusses abortion at Pepperdine.

Patricia Heaton discusses abortion at Pepperdine.

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The Kentucky Senate approved a bill yesterday requiring women considering abortions to receive face-to-face counseling.

The Kentucky Senate approved a bill yesterday requiring women considering abortions to receive face-to-face counseling at least 24 hours before the procedure.

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Friday, March 24, 2006

Gopher Broke funny video.

Gopher Broke. A funny animated film.

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Japan invents the gadget of your dreams

Japan invents the gadget of your dreams A Japanese company has invented a product which, it says, allows owners to create their own dreams. Prospective dreamers are asked to look at a photo of what they would like to dream about and then record a story line into the Yumemi Kobo, or "dream workshop". The machine uses the voice recording, along with lights, music and smells, to help them direct their own dreams during periods of rapid eye movement (REM) sleep, Takara Co said.

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townonline.com shows that back alley abortions never ended.

Harper: Abortion: a kitchen business Rickie says every town in America had someone who does abortions outside of clinics and hospitals where they are outlawed. Researcher and writer David Cline verifies an underground abortion movement of activists in small rural communities refer women wantin' abortions to safe houses and practitioners skilled in abortion. David says a nationwide Clergy Consultation Service on Abortion with chapters in New England is a clearin house for patients."

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South Dakota Indian Tribe Will Open Abortion Business if Ban Becomes Law

South Dakota Indian Tribe Will Open Abortion Business if Ban Becomes Law by Steven ErteltLifeNews.com EditorMarch 23, 2006 Pierre, SD (LifeNews.com) -- A South Dakota Indian tribe is throwing a monkey wrench into the state's plans to ban virtually all abortions in the state. Should the ban become law, one tribe says it will open up an abortion business on their tribal lands, which wouldn't be subjected to the abortion ban. Cecilia Fire Thunder, president of the Oglala Sioux tribe of South Dakota, says Sioux nation sovereignty means the new ban doesn't apply. As a result, she said she will lead an effort to build a Planned Parenthood abortion center at the Pine Ridge Reservation. “To me, it is now a question of sovereignty,” she told Tim Giago who runs a web site called Indianz.com. “I will personally establish a Planned Parenthood clinic on my own land which is within the boundaries of the Pine Ridge Reservation where the State of South Dakota has absolutely no jurisdiction," Fire Thunder said. A former nurse and health care worker, Fire Thunder is the first woman president of the Sioux nation. She told the web site that she is very angry that a a state legislature comprised mostly of white men "would make such a stupid law against women." However, Clementine Little Hawk Hernandez, the founder of Indians for Life, says Native Americans historically favor pro-life values. "Our native people have such a rich tradition which is at its heart the love and respect for all life," Hernandez said. "It's truly amazing how pro-life our Native People are." "As Native Americans, we must stand up and witness that all life is a sacred gift from God," she added. Hernandez is a Lakota Sioux who was born on the South Dakota reservation and is an active member in the Tekawitha Conference. Her group is an outreach of the National Right to Life Committee.TAKE ACTION: Voice your opposition to: Oglala Sioux Tribe, ATTN: President Fire Thunder, P. O. Box 2070, Pine Ridge, SD 57770

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Thursday, March 23, 2006

CyberPatient Simulator

Want to see if you could be a doctor and save patients? Try the Patient Simulator.

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Wednesday, March 22, 2006

Guide to Flirting

Learn why we flirt and how to flirt. What Social Science can tell you about flirting and how to do it

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New Mexico to spend 110 million for Virgin Galactic spaceport.

New Mexico goes a little pie in the sky with spaceport idea There might be something New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson isn't telling us about this spaceport he's building. Something, perhaps, related to what the military didn't want to tell us 50 years ago about events near a place called Roswell ... Yes, New Mexico is going to construct a spaceport in the desert. I picture the last scene from Close Encounters of the Third Kind and a gate-area bar called the Star Wars Cantina. This month, Richardson persuaded the Legislature to authorize $110 million for the project. The facility is going to be called the Southwest Regional Spaceport. Why it's a "regional" spaceport, I don't know. What, you fly into space to get to El Paso? Gear-head magazines such as Popular Science have been writing about the spaceport as if it's the most rational thing in the world. Yet Burt Rutan won the X Prize for the first private suborbital flight less than 18 months ago. Deciding to build a spaceport now is like reading the next-day headlines about the Wright brothers' first flight and deciding to build a municipal airport. "I like to think of legacy issues," Richardson says. He's on the phone, talking about how he made a gut decision to go after the spaceport. He didn't do market studies or focus groups. Didn't wallow in spreadsheets and PowerPoint slides. The state had a $500 million surplus, Richardson says. He could've used it to go after something dull, like a Honda factory. But he got thinking about the X Prize and Richard Branson unveiling Virgin Galactic, which plans to build space-faring aircraft to take rich people on two-hour sub-orbital voyages for $200,000 a ticket, starting in 2009. The first 100 passengers have already paid their fares.

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Kind loving pro-choicer tells what he really wants.

Pro-Abortionists Unite! Tuesday, March 21, 2006 To the Editor: In his column “South Dakota Takes Initiative on Abortion” (THE HOYA, March 17, 2006, A3), Eric Rodawig made a good point. There are three groups of people in this world, pro-life, pro-choice, and a third group, what he labeled pro-abortion. I’m proud to say I am a pro-abortionist, and a member of the pro-abortion group Babies Die Now. A lot of people ask me why I’m pro-abortion. It’s very simple, really: I hate children. Have you ever been on a plane and then suddenly heard the shrill cry of a baby? Isn’t your next thought, “Man, I wish that baby’s mother had had an abortion?” Exactly my point. As a pro-abortion enthusiast, it’s my job to convince people how freaking sweet abortions are. People say “safe, legal and rare.” Forget that. I’m actually against Roe v. Wade, because if it were overturned, then we could finally institute our slogan “deadly, illegal, and totally awesome.” But until the whiny conservatives and moderates finally understand how kick-ass abortions are, I just have to keep fighting the good fight. Now, I know what you’re thinking: “Keep trucking, you American hero.” Don’t worry, I will. Jonathan Rapoport (COL ’09) March 19, 2006

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Famous pro-choicer is charged with trying to murder mother who won't abort.

Kenneth 'Supreme' McGriff Charged With Another Attempted Murder Kenneth "Supreme" McGriff has been hit with a new attempted-murder charge, as the government prepares for their upcoming trial against the convicted Queens, New York, drug lord. McGriff is accused of conspiring to murder a woman identified only as "Jane Doe" after he learned she was pregnant with his unborn child. Prosecutors, who motioned to move McGriff's impending trial to May 1, claim that he and associates attempted to murder the woman around June 1994, in New York. "The charge is related to an incident in which Supreme is alleged to have attempted to murder a woman who was pregnant with his child because she refused to have an abortion," writer Ethan Brown told AllHipHop.com. "The dark outlook for Supreme--he is also charged with two murders--just got darker."

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This is why I am glad Hillary was not allowed to take over health care.

Introduce more private medicine, says doctor who challenged Quebec ban The doctor who took the Quebec government to the Supreme Court of Canada, causing it to change its policy on wait times and private health insurance, wants to see more privatization. In his Supreme Court case, Dr. Jacques Chaoulli argued "patients will continue to suffer and die" because of waiting lists

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Tuesday, March 21, 2006

Why is allowing a woman to see an ultrasound called anti-choice?

Bill to add ultrasounds to the rules March 20, 2006 BY DAWSON BELL FREE PRESS STAFF WRITER LANSING -- Gov. Jennifer Granholm will sign into law a bill requiring Michigan abortion providers to give a pregnant woman the option of viewing ultrasound images of her fetus before performing an abortion, according to her spokeswoman. It would mark the first time Granholm has agreed with the Legislature's anti-abortion majority on a measure to regulate the procedure. The bill, which moved quietly through the Legislature, is an expansion of the state's so-called informed consent law. Granholm spokeswoman Liz Boyd said Sunday that the governor would sign the bill, which an abortion-rights advocate said is an effort to create a barrier to abortion.

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Learn to Make a Shirt folder.Cool video.

Learn to Make a Shirt folder

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Most realistic computer graphics video.

Most realistic computer graphics video very cool

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Girl jumps through basketball hoop. A cool video.

Girl jumps through basketball hoop.

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Smart animals a great video showing some really smart animals.

Smart animals

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Virtual knee surgery a cool site where you can do virtual surgery.

Virtual knee surgery Virtual Knee Surgery :Take on the role of the Surgeon throughout a total knee replacement surgery. *NEW Knee Activity!*Choose the Prosthetic In this exciting new activity, you get to diagnose 5 different knee replacement patients.

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If global warming is man's fault why is Mars getting warmer?

Scientists have suspected in recent years that Mars might be undergoing some sort of global warming.

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Modern Ruins great photos

Modern Ruins great photos

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Anatomy of a Photograph

Anatomy of a Photograph shows an example of biased reporting in the news.

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Planned Parenthood telling women to take RU-486 against FDA approved regimen costs two more women's lives.

Planned Parenthood had been prescribing vaginal insertion of misoprosto even though it was not approved by the FDA. Aproved regimen The approved Mifeprex regimen for a medical abortion through 49 days' pregnancy is:* Day One: Mifeprex Administration: 3 tablets of 200 mg of Mifeprex orally at once* Day Three: Misoprostol Administration: 2 tablets of 200 mcg of misoprostol orally at once.* Day 14: Post-Treatment: the patient must return to confirm that a complete termination has occurred. If not, surgical termination is recommended to manage medical abortion treatment failures.* The safety and effectiveness of other Mifeprex dosing regimens, including use of oral misoprostol tablets intravaginally, has not been established by the FDA. Now after two more women died recently adding up to at least six in California PP says they will change their ways. But still women will die because some experts say mifepristone impairs the immune response allowing women to die of infection.

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Why would Planned Parenthood be against protecting women?

Planned Parenthood is against protecting women from forced abortions. I am .00001% shocked. Planned Parenthood Opposes Bill to Protect Women From Forced Abortions

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Opt to adopt: SchulerWould-be Tory leader takes stand on abortions

Tory leadership candidate Ron Schuler says he is convinced women wouldn't have abortions if they knew they could adopt out unplanned babies -- and he says he would pull funding from Jane's Clinic if he became premier. "I don't believe any woman wants an abortion, they just don't see there being an alternative," Schuler told the Sun during a catch-all interview on the Tory leadership race. Instead, Schuler thinks more money should be put towards alternatives to abortion, such as adoption. Schuler, who stopped short of saying he's "pro-life," wants more resources in the province to help women throughout their unplanned pregnancies and to help them explore adoption options.

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