Saturday, February 26, 2005

This thing with Terri Schiavo

This has been on the front burner for quite some time.

Terri's parents Robert & Mary Schindler believes that her husband Michael Schiavo wants to kill Terri so that he can marry Jodi Centonze and for the record they have been seeing and doing each other since 1995. Need I remind you people that Centonze give birth to two kids that Michael fathered. Because of that Robert and Mary will sure use that to make Michael the bad guy.

I go on and on about how he wants Terri's money and property, but let’s face it Terri is not a rich woman and neither are her parents, but yet they will do anything to keep Terri alive.

As of now I have very mixed feelings about this. Libertarian Neal Boortz finally addressed this issue on his radio talk show this week (if he did talk about this sometime in the past I don't know about it). Boortz believes that Terri really wants to die and that Michael is not the bad guy that Terri's parents make him out to be.

I have become more supportive of a person's "right to die," or euthanasia. Its critics say that if it becomes legalized then it is likely that those "unfit" to live may be encouraged to die and eventually may be required to die. Yes certain people do find enjoyment in killing people that have not harm a person out of malice, but that should not be used to justify in making euthanasia illegal.

The one thing that needs to be done is that if someone wants to have the plug pulled or whatever is to put that wish into their living will. That way it blocks certain quakes like Jack K. from killing people that have decided to back out but was not given that chance.

Meanwhile Pro-Lifers especially those in the Catholic Church still cling to their God it comes to their opposition regarding someone’s right to die.

Cardinal Renato Martino, president of the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace had this to say regarding Terri's case.

"I would like to remind everyone in this connection, about all that the Holy Father has said in past days to the Pontifical Academy for Life, confirming that the quality of life is not interpreted as economic success, beauty and physical pleasure, but consists in the supreme dignity of the creature made in the image and likeness of God."

Martino says that no one can be arbiter of life expect for God. No surprise here. Yet they still can't keep their house in order.

Yet another question if God can take away life, then how do we humans do so well in prolonging it? Yes we are living longer in the new century.

Boortz has convinced me until proven beyond reasonable doubt that Michael may want to do what is best for his wife. He could have filled for no-fault divorce and moved on with Centonze. Divorce would give the power to Terri's parents and this "fight for Terri" would have never taken place.

You might dislike me for what I have said, but I made you think a little harder about the issue. In that case I did my job.

Friday, February 25, 2005

Did I say I was moving

I should have said their would be more tonight.

However I am just tired and want to go to bed.

Stay Tuned however.

Today's Recommended Readings from The Blog According to Don

Here is few for the daytime.

Neo-Con David Horowitz who knows the left better than anyone (he used to be a lefty) has a new website in which is guide about how the left wing works. Bookmark this site and come back offen. You can find out about certian groups and personalites of the left. Some are my token lefty pieces

Hillary truly is a Chameleon, and she changes her colors a lot. David Limbaugh explains

CBS News hiring a righty for their Evening News??? Dream on, but than so is Mike Rosen. By the way Rosen is filling in for Rush Limbaugh today.,1299,DRMN_86_3574124,00.html

Harold Johnson says Janice Brown is worth having on the Federal Court and having our Senate going "Nuclear" just to give her a shot.

I shall move tonight

Thursday, February 24, 2005

Tonight's Recommended Readings from The Blog According to Don

Update on the Pope

CBS News is at it again. What is their problem with interracical adoptions??? Larry Elder will tell you.

Bloggers, GOP, and Gays Oh My. This weeks piece from Ann Coulter

PBS slightly liberal??? How about close to full blown even with a few token rightys. Brent Bozell has more on this

Bush can kiss up to the Euros, but Hal Lindsey warns that EU wants to be the top dog in the world.

Churchill & Summers: One gets a pass and the other gets eaten by his own. Ben Shapiro tells you why leftys will betray their own just to make sure righty does not take over higher learning and I am not talking about the students.

Craige McMillian calls Social Securty a scam, and the ones that will be hurting are the children.

This week Bob Parks talks about being judgemental in his audio commentary...MP3 software a must. Oh and never leave if your in a car wreck or related to such.

Cliff Kincaid talks about the fallout of Eastongate

The Alternatives to Privatizing Social Security Are Worse - Part 1 by David John Marotta

Government of, by and for Big Business. If you can't punish them for everything bad thing big or small then those leftys sure see it that way, and that includes tonight's token lefty Robert Scheer

Bonus Lefty Piece: Maureen Dowd sure has issues with the Swift Vets

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Wednesday, February 23, 2005

Due To Personal Error: No Readings Tonight.

However you can visit these sights

I regert my pesonal errors.

People make mistakes, and it takes time to assemble my links.

Tuesday, February 22, 2005

Tonight's Recommended Readings from The Blog According to Don

The top unreported stories according to World Net Daily

Could the United Nations take control of Cyberspace. Heaven forbid

Star Parker shows how Dems are stuck in a time warp when it comes to the black community. Then again its about Dems being empowered.

Why the attacks on Bill Cosby??? Maybe because he talks about how the black community can better themselves and those who accuse him of sexual harrasment are media pimps. Here is great piece by Mychel Massie

Jack Kemp talks about the rich guys and their superstitions and how they endanger the rest of us.

Thomas Sowell has random thoughts about Social Securty, Iraq, Eminent Dorman

Bob Parks also has random thoughts. His range from Howard Dean, Paris Hilton, Sean Hannity, and life in LA

Anthony Pastelis has a great piece on how teachers unions just care about their agenda and not the children.

Tonights token lefty is Ellen Goodman: Yea we rightys are highjacken FDR's socialist dream right???

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Man you Star Trekies...Just Let Enterprise go

A group called Trek United now is raising $32 Million in order to give Star Trek: Enterprise a 5th season. Shows how some go to great lengths to keep something going.

Flashback to the late 1960's, in which two fans of the original Star Trek wrote letters to NBC (who carried Star Trek: TOS during its first run) convincing NBC to run the show for a 3rd Season and they did. Their were people that truly enjoyed the fun of Kirk the Jerk, Spock, and The Country Doctor named McCoy.

After three years NBC moved on but Star Trek took off in syndication as the repeats ran time and again on stations across the country. This allowed several things to happen.

A cartoon series in the early 1970's which then animation powerhouse Filmation produced.

An attempt to revive Star Trek on a late 1970's startup TV Network which never got off the ground.

However with the success of Star Wars, Trekies would see their show made into a motion picture for the movie cinema. It made the money in spite of mixed reviews and many sequels followed.

By 1987 their were four Star Trek movies and the time was right for Star Trek to return to the small screen. However with an aging cast, what can you do. Simple, Flash Forward a 100 years or so and we have Picard, Riker, LaForge, Wolf (a Kilngon) and a show called Star Trek: The Next Generation.

From that point onward Star Trek would be on the small screen in some shape or form. They kept it in the same time line with Deep Space Nine, and Voyager (but putting that crew far far away from home).

But then you would think they would quit after that. No way, they thought they could do it again by flashbacking to the past and creating a Star Trek series before everything else. Thus you have Enterprise. While it started off great, people like me "jumped the shark" and never came back.

In the United Kingdom Sci-Fi was more successful over the years with such shows as Doctor Who (which will soon return after a 15 year hiatus), Blake's 7, Space 1999, The Tomorrow People, The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy, and even the sci-fi sitcom Red Dwarf.

Thanks to Star Trek Sci-Fi TV has a niche in North America. Their was not much of it here in 1987. Their were some in the 1960's but it struggled in the 70's (unless you count Sid & Marty Kroft's Land of the Lost, or Filmation's live action adaptation of Shazam! on childrens TV and most of the live action Filmation did was mostly Sci-Fi. Their was also the Six Million Dollar Man and the Bionic Woman for the adults to enjoy with the kids) and more so in the 80's.

Many great Sci-Fi shows came and went and still on the way. Babylon 5, Earth Final Conflict, Andromeda (will end its run this year), Farscape, The X-Files, Sliders just to name a few.

Battlestar Galactica which was well received in the 1970's but short lived now has been remade and even could outlive the original. Unlike the one from the late 1970's, this is NOT for the kids.

Did I not say that Doctor Who is coming back??? Yep that show needed a time out, and you know what? So does Star Trek.

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Boortz on Hillary and Election Reform Plus Social Security

Before you support what she has to offer you may want to read what Neal Boortz has to say. He also offers something better.

More proof last week that Hillary is running for President. Last week The Hildabeast decided to devote her efforts to getting more people to the polls in 2008. She wants a federal law allowing all convicted felons who have served their time to be able to vote in federal elections, and she wants to make election day a federal holiday.

If you think about both of these elements you will see that they are designed to do one thing ... send more democratic voters to the polls on election day. Surveys consistently show that people who are in prison and people who have been in prison are more likely than not to vote Democratic. Hillary's move there is fairly transparent. But what about making election day a federal holiday? You might have to devote about eight seconds of additional thought to this one. Just who gets off work on a federal holiday? Do you? Probably not. Government workers get the day off on federal holidays. Now it's more clear, isn't it? Government workers vote Democratic; maybe not in the percentages you see with black voters and school teachers, but the percentage is overwhelming nonetheless. So ... get a law passed that says that government workers don't have to be bothered by actually working on election day, and it leaves so much more time for them to go to the polls to inflict their damage on the concept of limited government. Who, after all, ever heard of a government worker favoring limited government?

Once again, I have a better idea to get people to the polls. All people --- not just crooks and government workers. Just have the polls open for 24 hours on election day! Every polling place in the country opens at 7:00 p.m. Eastern time on Monday night and remains open for 24 hours. That means that no matter the work schedule, whether you work first, second or third shift -- days or nights -- everyone has the remainder of the day to get out there and vote. Every poll in the country would close at exactly the same time. This would mean that television networks wouldn't be able to tilt the vote one way or the other with reports of early returns.

Now on to Social Security

Yup .. I'm holding it in one hand right now while I type with the other! This statement shows me how much I've paid into Social Security and Medicare, and how much I will get when I retire. It also contains this fiction that my employer has been "matching" my Social Security taxes.

Here, though, is what I want to bring to your attention --- especially if you are one of those people who thinks that your Social Security benefits are guaranteed. There's an asterisk. At the bottom of page two you'll see this paragraph:

"Your estimated benefits are based on current law. Congress has made changes to the law in the past and can do so at any time. The law governing benefit amounts may change because, by 2042, the payroll taxes collected will be enough to pay only about 73% of the scheduled benefits."

Wait a minute! Congress can change my benefits at any time? I thought that my benefits were guaranteed! Isn't that what Democrats have been telling us? Haven't they been telling us that Republicans want to remove our "guaranteed" benefits in favor of a "risky" investment scheme?

Golly! You don't think they might have been stretching the truth, do you?

Well better late than ever.

Monday, February 21, 2005

Tonight's Recommended Readings from The Blog According to Don

Many Teachers send THEIR children to private schools, but don’t want the rest of us to have that choice. This is story of one such school district. PDF Software Required, but a MUST READ!!!

Kerry Aids and the UN

U.N. hands Castro propaganda coup with appointment

The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) condems the FOX Hit series 24 for its protryal of Arab terriorists but the CAIR does not condemn the terriorists in the real world. Joel Mowbray has a MUST READ!!!

Jeff Jacoby talks about an ideal who's time has come. Terminating the Gerrymander. Leading the charge is the Termnator himself.

In the year 2000, the Dems game has changed. All because Albert Gore Jr. is not the Prez. Michael Barone explains.

Bush putting caps. Its a mad ideal or so says Larry Kudlow

Diana West talks about the Euro-Arab axis

What can the mainline media when one of their own goes down??? Attacking us bloggers John Leo explains

Looks the GOP is going the support the National ID and the Wall Street Journal does not like it.

Joseph Farah has been "Googlebombed" Read about it.

Vox Day explains why certian women can't think

Doug Powers taks Bill Maher to task for this attacks on relgious people

Taking the EU seriously??? Mark Steyn talks about it

Tonight's token lefty is formor Denver Bronco Reggie Rivers. Says we were asking for it on 9/11/2001.,1002,36~155~,00.html

BONUS: Two previous pieces from Rivers

Churchill rant has some truth,1413,36%7E155%7E2691000,00.html

Can't Colorado Governor Bill Owens be offensive, too?,1413,36%7E155%7E2704469,00.html

OK I shall take any links including Pro-Ward Churchill pieces, but be careful. They better be good and really tick me off to make the blog. Someone who attended Ed Schultz's live broadcast in Boulder today call this SOB an American Patriot. Righty pieces going after the Phony Indian are also welcomed.

Sunday, February 20, 2005

Tonight's Recommended Readings from The Blog According to Don

McCain: Hillary Would Be Good President. At least he will not vote for her. One can only hope.

The LA Times says that Kerry is still has his hat in the ring

Leftys tolerate just anything expect campus conservatives

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