Saturday, November 29, 2008

Toby Keith has a remedy for the “War on Christmas”


Friday, November 28, 2008

Murdoch "absolutely despises" O'Reilly reported In Michael Wolff’s forthcoming biography of Rupert Murdoch, “The Man Who Owns The News,” the author writes that the media mogul has seemed to turn away lately from his cable news network, and isn’t fond its top-rated personality, Bill O’Reilly.

But he is fond of being the top network, and Bill O'Reilly brings in the viewers.
"It is not just Murdoch (and everybody else at News Corp.’s highest levels) who absolutely despises Bill O’Reilly, the bullying, mean-spirited, and hugely successful evening commentator," Wolff wrote, “but [Fox News chief executive] Roger Ailes himself who loathes him.
Poor babies.
Success, however, has cemented everyone to each other."


Born Believers

Telegraph reported Dr Justin Barrett, a senior researcher at the University of Oxford's Centre for Anthropology and Mind, claims that young people have a predisposition to believe in a supreme being because they assume that everything in the world was created with a purpose.
Maybe it is because they saw and spoke with Him before He sent them to Earth.
He says that young children have faith even when they have not been taught about it by family or at school, and argues that even those raised alone on a desert island would come to believe in God.
Secularism has to be taught into them.


Thursday, November 27, 2008

Happy Thanksgiving

I wish each of my readers a very Happy Thanksgiving.


Tuesday, November 25, 2008

250 Taliban ambush 30 marines

50 Taliban sent directly to Hell to ask Allah for their virgins; none of our guys were seriously injured. The rest of the Taliban ran like Hell. reported In the city of Shewan, approximately 250 insurgents ambushed 30 Marines and paid a heavy price for it.... “I didn’t realize how many bad guys there were until we had broken through the enemies’ lines and forced them to retreat. It was roughly 250 insurgents against 30 of us,” the corporal said. “It was a good day for the Marine Corps. We killed a lot of bad guys, and none of our guys were seriously injured.”
It makes me think of the town that wired for "a company of Texas Rangers. One Ranger showed up, and proceeded to clean up the town."