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Rewriting History

April 29, 2013 Leave a comment

Counter-CutLaughter is good for the soul.  Our news would be hilarious if it weren’t so painfully true!

Incidents of social insanity have reached epidemic proportions to the point where it’s impossible to keep up with them.  They are literally consuming and destroying our society.  Some examples of our social insanity follow:

Wisconsin teacher program treats Thanksgiving like hostile, illegitimate, alien invasion.
What more needs to be said?

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All is not as it looks!

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Social Insanities

March 27, 2013 Leave a comment

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Some examples of social insanity follow:

American Student Punished for Refusing to Recite Mexican Pledge of Allegiance

Whose citizens are we, anyway? Mexico or USA? Apparently Mexico…

The Gender Mess in Massachusetts

Massachusetts requires K-12 public schools to allow boys and girls to use the opposite sex’s locker rooms, bathrooms, and changing facilities as long as they claim to identify with that gender.  What were they thinking?

Is Scripture quoting sign that you’re nuts?

This is what happens when good becomes bad and bad becomes good. Hollywood predominantly displays Christian believers as insane.
But who is really the insane one?

Greenspan: Ignore The Economy, “Only The Stock Market Matters”

Unemployment apparently doesn’t matter.  Real inflation apparently doesn’t matter.  Our fiscal health apparently doesn’t matter.
Sounds like Greenspan has put the cart before the horse.
Does the stock market drive the economy, or is the stock market just a measure of the economy?

… and much more to come, for all is not as it looks!

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Sex, Students, and Teachers

November 3, 2012 Leave a comment

Counter-CutRegrettably we hear news of yet another teacher accused of sexual misconduct in a public high school. It seems so commonplace and boring today that it doesn’t receive even a moment’s attention in the mainstream media.  It’s not even news any more.

But the real shocker starts in paragraph 7 and has nothing to do with the teacher’s case: Read more…