fix articles 36493, bob jones university
A Bush/Rove plan to OUTLAW homosexuality (& dissent)? (tags)
In the wake of an election riddled with irregularities, before most states have certified their election results, with recounts being called for in several states, and long before the Electoral College has cast the only deciding "vote" for President, the Bush Gang is reportedly cooking up plans to continue marching toward religious dictatorship while shredding what's left of the Constitution. Read up, spread the word--and PLEASE DONATE NOW to the recount effort!
POLITICAL QUOTES: Who Said It?....A MOM'S FYI (tags)
POLITICAL QUOTES: Who Said It?.....TAKE THE QUIZ!!
Did Ronald Reagan 'torture' blacks? (tags)
Bush & Jesus Got Their Own Thing Goin' - Ban on "Gay Marriage" (tags)
The editor of Boston's Axis of Logic , Les Blough, is a former fundamentalist Christian minister and a graduate of Bob Jones University, University of Tennessee and Penn State University. In this article, he examines the alliance of the Bush regime and Evangelical Christians and the pressure they exert against Gays and Lesbians. Lesbian and Gay issues are viewed as a tool of the government to divide and control Americans. Blough provides a detailed analysis of the thought processes of "Born Again Christians", contrasting their ideology with the precepts of the historic Jesus.
An in-depth analysis of the intrapsychic processes of change and paradigm-shift are also explored. The article ends with a powerful Tom House satirical lyric and a word or two about George W. Bush's brand of Christianity.
Oil for White People! Woohoo, Dead Iraqi Children Now! (tags)
It seems that the corporate press cabal of CNN, NBC, ABC, CBS, Regime controlled NPR and just about every major newspaper in America sets policy for press coverage week to week
Bush, Cheney, Ashcroft and Lott; are Anti Christ? Ver.3 (tags)
Bush, Cheney, Ashcroft and Lott; are Anti Christ? Ver.3
Right Wing Wigs Out-Falwell, Robertson, Coulter Go Over The Edge (tags)
Rightwing religious zealots Jerry Falwell and Pat Robertson attempted to shift blame for the slaughter of innocents away from their fellow religious fanatics in the ranks of Islam, and put it squarely on the shoulders of secular and religious Americans who don't share their brand of bigotry. Meanwhile, anti-feminist columnist Ann Coulter called for an outright holy war. "We should invade their countries, kill their leaders and convert them to Christianity."
George W. Bush And The Death Of Leadership (tags)
Ironically, during the campaign, Bush seemed obsessed with trying to define leadership. In one memorable stab, he even justified his much-vilified appearance at Bob Jones University as an act of leadership: “That’s what a leader does. A leader doesn’t shirk. A leader leads. A leader stands up and sets an agenda.”
Ashcroft and Anti-Semitism (tags)
When John Ashcroft addressed an audience at Bob Jones University on May 8, 1999, the man who is now George W. Bush’s nominee to be attorney general cited – and exaggerated – a passage from the Book of John that has contributed to the persecution of Jews for the past two millennia.
COUP WATCH: Theocracy -- From Red Rock Eater News Service (tags)
John Ashcroft's critics are divided over whether his address to Bob Jones University in May 1999 might jeopardize his confirmation as attorney general. Historians, however, will find much to criticize in the transcript of Mr. Ashcroft's brief remarks…. The Bob Jones transcript shows that Mr. Ashcroft holds erroneous and equally dubious views about the American Revolution, with troubling implications about his understanding of the separation of church and state.
COUPWATCH: Ashcroft & Anti-Semitism (tags)
January 16, 2001 Ashcroft & Anti-Semitism When John Ashcroft addressed an audience at Bob Jones University on May 8, 1999, the man who is now George W. Bush's nominee to be attorney general cited - and exaggerated - a passage from the Book of John that has contributed to the persecution of Jews for the past two millennia.
COUP WATCH: John Ashcroft's speech at Bob Jones University -- From Red Rock Eat (tags)
When the Constitution was written, religious conservatives opposed it because, as everyone perfectly well understood, it did not create a Christian nation. Their arguments sound more or less identical to the arguments that their descendants make today, as for example in John Ashcroft's speech at Bob Jones University, enclosed.