Thursday, August 20, 2009

Congressman Bill Young, his wife and the bears

I saw Bob Barker’s recent post on CNN. I like Bob, and don’t know anyone who doesn’t, and so I read it over.

It was about an experience with caged bears Bob’s friend congressman Bill Young, his wife Beverly, and their family had on a reservation in Cherokee, North Carolina. Bill Young happens to be the congressman for my very bizarrely drawn district, which is a poster child for gerrymandering. (For the curious, google maps of districts 10 and 11 in Florida.)

From CNN, 8-9-09: ‘Beverly saw a sign that said, “Come Feed the Bears,” so they stopped at a roadside zoo. She described what she saw as “sickening.” There were six to seven bears in concrete cubicles. Their fur was hanging off, they were begging for food, and an employee was tossing one bear cub around by the scruff of his neck. Beverly said she had an uncomfortable confrontation with the person who was mishandling the cub and was asked to leave. I remember her saying, “The prisoners at Guantanamo Bay are treated better than these bears, who have done nothing.”’

To which I respond with a quote from Matthew 10:29-31. Are not two sparrows sold for a farthing? and one of them shall not fall on the ground without your Father. But the very hairs of your head are all numbered. Fear ye not therefore, ye are of more value than many sparrows.

Sparrows, lions, tigers, bears...what about the millions of people who would love the health care the prisoners at Guantanamo receive? Where are your priorities, Beverly and Bill?

Thursday, August 13, 2009

The Dobson Gang Google Game

I’ve been playing a little game, and thought I’d share it with you. It’s interesting and entertaining. I type Dobson and another name into Google and see what comes up. Go see him suck face and makeup with Beck! Watch him kiss the half baked Alaskan’s fur trimmed arse! Watch him make it rain Jeezo bucks. Here's a few to get you started.

Surprisingly, not much comes up, really. All the references to Jesus are by other people who are generally attacking the ‘good’ doctor Dobson. Not once do I see the name Jesus Christ in a sentence from Dobson’s mouth. Odd, he does call himself Christian.

One of the wickedest and worst presidents in our history. Dobson endorsed him in 2000, and then after watching him screw things up for four years, endorsed him for re-election in 2004. Ask the American ‘family,’ how his legacy is working out for them. Hundreds of thousands of people died needlessly because of the decisions of this man who holds the ‘sanctity of life’ as sacred. Do you honestly suppose Jesus would have voted for him?

“I cannot, and will not vote for Sen. John McCain, as a matter of conscience.” James Dobson, February 2, 2008.

Dr. James Dobson, a prominent evangelical leader who once said he would not vote for John McCain “under any circumstances,” announced in the last hour that he planned to vote for McCain. August 29, 2008 Time Magazine.

These two hypocrites deserve each other. McCain carried on several affairs behind the back of his first wife, and eventually left her after she had been disfigured in an automobile accident. Are these the kind of family values we want in the White House? Dobson does.

And here’s an interesting article about the Council for National Policy and their ultra secret meeting in Minneapolis to discuss McCain’s potential running mates before the Palin announcement; a meeting that Dobson was rumored to have attended. Why so secretive? Jesus taught that you don’t light a candle to hide it under the bed, but to put it on a candlestick to light the whole room. Hmm…an ultra secret cabal. What are these people hiding?

Tom Delay was the Texas congressman and House Majority Speaker who was indicted on September 28, 2005 on conspiracy and money laundering charges resulting from a campaign finance probe. The government doesn’t come down unless they have the goods—federal indictments carry a 95 percent conviction rate. James Dobson has called Tom DeLay "one of America's leading advocates of family values" and "a consistent voice of reason and clarity in America's moral debates." And several months before the indictment was handed down, Dobson said he believed that we shouldn’t investigate Delay, and that “we should get off his back.”

The former Speaker of the House of Representatives is one of the great hypocrites of our time. Gingrich's first marriage ended after he discussed the details of the divorce with his wife while she was recovering from cancer surgery in 1980. He was cheating on her, and ended up marrying the woman he cheated with in 1981. He then cheated on her in a six year long affair that was going on WHILE he was spearheading the Clinton impeachment probe following the Lewinski scandal. He eventually married that woman, his third wife, in 2000.

Dobson and Focus on the Family supported a Gingrich run for the presidency—there’s some real family values we could use in the White House—and told U.S. News & World Report that he thought Gingrich is the "brightest guy out there" and "the most articulate politician on the scene today." Really? Gingrich is a loud mouth monster.

‘Pastor Ted’ is the former leader of the National Association of Evangelicals, and another of the great hypocrites of our time. When allegations—which turned out to be the TRUTH—surfaced that Ted Haggard, while in the pulpit railing against homosexuals, was engaging in drug-fueled sex romps with a gay prostitute, Dobson defended him.

Before Ted’s confession, Dobson said: “It is unconscionable that the legitimate news media would report a rumor like this based on nothing but one man’s accusation. Ted Haggard is a friend of mine and it appears that someone is trying to damage his reputation as a way of influencing the outcome of Tuesday’s election--especially the vote on Colorado’s marriage protection amendment—which Ted strongly supports. He has shown a great deal of grace under these unfortunate circumstances, quickly turning this matter over to his church for an independent investigation. This is a testament to the character I have seen him exhibit over and over again through the years.”

A few days later Haggard released a statement that was read in his church. Here is an excerpt: “The fact is I am guilty of sexual immorality, and I take responsibility for the entire problem. I am a deceiver and a liar. There is a part of my life that is so repulsive and dark that I’ve been warring against it all of my adult life….”

On an interesting sidenote, In January 2006, the National Association of Evangelicals decided that it would not take a stance on global warming, and released a letter stating that "global warming is not a consensus issue." Twenty evangelical leaders, such as James Dobson and Charles Colson, signed this letter. Why is Dobson so continually taking exception with the TRUTH?

For mail fraud, conspiracy and tax evasion charges stemming from his influence-peddling scandal in Washington, Jack Abramoff was sentenced to 4 years in federal prison last week, on September 4, 2008. Ralph Reed is the former executive director of the Christian Coalition, is named in the Abramoff scandal, and seems to have been intimately involved.

In February 2002, when Abramoff learned that the Jena Choctaws, a tribal competitor to one of his casino clients, had contracted the lobbying services of DC super-lawyer and current Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour, Ralph Reed (political consultant, and former Christian Coalition Executive Director) asked Dobson to attack Barbour on his radio show. In a February 6, 2002, e-mail Abramoff tells Reed, "Let me know when Dobson hits him [Barbour]. I want to savor it." That same day, in an e-mail titled "Ralph and Dobson," Abramoff tells Scanlon that Reed "got to Dobson who is going to...get on the radio!" On February 19 Reed got a direct request from Abramoff. "Can we get Dobson on the air?" Reed responded that day in an e-mail, "yes. We're negotiating that now."

The next day Abramoff wrote to Scanlon: Reed "wants a budget for radio in the state. I'm inclined to say yes, so we can get this Dobson ad up. He asked for $150K. We'll play it in WH [the White House] and Interior." Later that day Abramoff was jubilant. Reed "may have finally scored for us!" he wrote to Scanlon. "Dobson goes up on the radio next week." On February 26 Abramoff asked Reed, "where are we with Falwell, Robertson, Dobson, etc.? we need to see some action in D.C. That's what I sold them for $100K."

Look at the diverse collection of liars and hypocrites. And that’s not all. You can google Dobson + pick a political or ‘religious’ scumbag on the national scene and almost be certain to dredge up some manner of filth. It seems that Dobson seeks glory among men and wealth on earth, two things which God holds in no regard. He never speaks of the wonder, the glory and the majesty of Jesus Christ. And just as some radical Muslims pervert Islam to justify their own ends, so are there many who call themselves ‘Christian’ but are not; and who have hijacked the faith to expedite their own selfish aims.

If it waddles like a duck, and quacks like a duck, and is swimming in the pond with Mephisto, Beelzebub and Baal, ladies and gentlemen, you’ve got yourself a….

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Republican Fantasy Camp

Republican Fantasy Camp

A Short Story

By Robert Charest

Today I awoke a couple hours earlier than normal. I was off from work, with an entirely carefree day before me, and was feeling chipper and clear headed, so I steeped a cup of chamomile tea and took it out into the yard, where I settled into the newspaper beneath the misty, mellow, morning sun.

It wasn’t a particularly noteworthy news day, so my attention gradually drifted to the advertisements. I noticed that Pansy’s Breakfast Pantry was serving ‘all you can eat pancakes off the griddle’ for five dollars until ten. Mmm, I love Pansy’s pancakes, I thought, and I am a bit hungry. Next I noticed that Manny’s Barber Shop was having a five dollar special on haircuts all day. Hmm, mine is getting long, I thought, and it’s such a simple cut that no one’s ever screwed it up. Then on page twelve I saw that Delvin’s Carpet Cleaning Company was running a special: twenty five dollars per room. Hmm, my carpets are getting a bit overgrown, I thought, and could use a good coiffure.

I gave it a short ponder, and decided to spend the day doing some errands to tidy up my life. I phoned Delvin’s and inquired as to their schedule. They said they could be at my place at four thirty. I replied that would be perfect, that I might be out, and that if I was they were welcome to let themselves in and get started using the spare key inside the ceramic frog beside the steps. I then moved all the furniture out the way, and set out to start my day with breakfast at Pansy’s. The pancakes were so fluffy and delicious, and the butter and raspberry syrup so scrumptious, that I ate like I had just straggled in from wandering lost in the desert, and managed to pack down nine. I left a nice tip for the waitress, who had been so attentive in reloading my plate and refilling my water glass, then went to the counter to settle the check.

One of the short order cooks was also manning the register, and he came over to me and said: “So, how was everything?”

“Outstanding,” I replied. “I couldn’t be more satisfied.”

“That’s what we like to hear,” he answered. “Ten bucks and we’re square.”

“Ten bucks?” I repeated with incredulity. “The ad in the paper says ‘all you can eat pancakes off the griddle’ for five bucks.”

“Oh, that,” the cook responded. “You had the flapjacks off the flatiron; they’re four for five dollars, and a dollar apiece after that. You had nine, which comes to ten bucks.”

I was flustered. “What, pray tell, is the difference between a flapjack and a pancake?”

“Something in the ingredients,” he explained. “Adrian usually makes the pancakes, and he knows the difference, but he called out sick today. If you want to come and ask him, he’ll be here Friday.”

“That’s about the most ridiculous thing I’ve ever heard,” I stated. “What if I refuse to pay the difference? What if I leave five bucks and walk out the door?”

The cook glanced at the clock and answered: “You’ll be able to explain it to the police on their way here: they come in at the same time every day, precisely two minutes from now.”

I muttered under my breath and begrudgingly withdrew a ten spot from my billfold. I flipped it onto the counter in a manner that clearly expressed my indignation, and said: “I’m not happy about it, and probably won’t be back for a long time, if ever.”

“Just be glad you didn’t get the hotcakes from Tommy’s skillet; he’d have charged you fifteen bucks.”

“Whatever,” I mumbled in disgust, then turned and left in a huff. Walking through the foyer I passed the two policemen who were entering the restaurant, and said to them: “I recommend the flapcakes, they’re fabulous.”

They gave me weird looks, and I continued on my way before any response on their part could start a verbal exchange.

I walked around the corner to Manny’s Barber Shop. There was a sign in the window confirming that men’s haircuts were five dollars all day. I put in my name, took a seat in the waiting area, and a few minutes later was face to face with one of Manny’s finest. I explained that what I wanted was for him to give me a simple, short, no fuss, low maintenance cut by setting the clippers to number three and running them around my whole head, then to push the sideburns up, and trim the eyebrows and stray hairs protruding from the nostrils and ears. In five quick minutes he had it done to perfection. I was very pleased with both the speed and the result, and planned to tip him another five on top of the five dollar cost.

When we reached the counter he looked at me and said: “That’ll be ten dollars.”

“Ten dollars?” I repeated. “The ad in the paper and the sign in your window both say that men’s haircuts are five dollars all day today.”

“And that they are, but that’s not what I gave you,” he answered. “You received a scalp adjustment.”

“A scalp adjustment? What, pray tell, is the difference between a haircut and a scalp adjustment?”

“Scissors cut hair, clippers adjust scalps.”

“So let me get this straight,” I said. “If I had asked you to take five times as long to do the same task only using scissors, you’d be charging me half of what you are?”

“I don’t make the rules,” he said. “If you want to ask the boss, Manny will be here on Friday.”

I was growing extremely agitated. “You know what—“I started to say, then stopped myself. Since I had intended to pay him ten dollars for whatever he did to my head anyways, I decided to simply hand over that amount rather than ruining my mood by working myself into a pissed off dither. I took a deep breath, then calmly proffered a ten dollar bill, saying: “Thank you very much, and have a great day.”

As I turned to leave, he gave me a slanted glance, gently cleared his throat, and said: “No tip?”

“It’s my understanding the gratuity is always included with scalp adjustments,” I replied. “If you want to check that with Manny, he’ll be here Friday.”

From there I went to pay my utilities, where I was told there would be a ‘convenience fee’ should I use my credit card, and to the post office, where I was met with an inexplicable handling charge for a package I had ordered that had arrived, and from there to a ticket agency, where I encountered a list of service and parking fees for a concert that I had wanted to attend, but decided against after the actual price of the ticket was tallied.

I arrived home about five thoroughly frazzled by all the doublespeak. Delvin’s crew was already there, and just finishing up the four rooms of carpet I had hired them to clean. They had done terrific work without breaking a thing, and I was most pleased. They packed up their truck, helped me return the furniture to its place, then the foreman presented me with a bill for two hundred dollars.

“Two hundred dollars!” I exclaimed. “The ad in the paper says twenty five dollars a room, and by my count, you did four.”

“That is true,” the foreman acknowledged. “But the carpet cleaner broke down earlier this afternoon, and we had to bring it into the shop for repair. We were forced to use the Lint and Schmutz Removal Unit on your job, and Delvin charges fifty dollars a room for Lint and Schmutz extraction. Sorry.”

“I wrote and handed him a check for one hundred dollars. “I’m too tired and aggravated to argue about it. Give this to Delvin, and tell him if he insists on charging me more, to bring me to small claims court. That’s the place where the city adjudicates private squabbles over lesser sums of money.”

“I know where it is, I’ve been there before with Delvin,” the foreman replied. “I, too, am too tired to argue the bill. I’ll just give your check to Delvin and let him decide how he wants to handle it. Have a nice evening, and I left a few extra business cards on the table in the kitchen for you to give to your friends.”

I showed the men out and went into the kitchen. I read one of the business cards, then dropped them all in the trash. I poured myself a beer and sat down before the television, and tuned in to the evening news, which was already in progress. The news anchor was in a discussion with the former vice president about the methods the CIA used to extract information from terror suspects. The vice president was referring to waterboarding, and starvation, and sleep deprivation, and electric shock, and nail pulling, and violent beatings, as ‘enhanced interrogation.’

“Oh, trust me,” I said aloud. “It’s torture.”

Fifty Thousand Whoppers With Stupid

I recently heard about the new study which found obese people have 8 percent less brain tissue than normal weight individuals. Their brains look 16 years older than the brains of lean individuals, researchers said.

The results, based on brain scans of 94 people in their 70s, represent "severe brain degeneration," said Paul Thompson, senior author of the study and a UCLA professor of neurology.

The results were posted in the online edition of human brain mapping. You can read it here, if you can understand it. I’m no neuroscientist, but ‘atrophy in the frontal lobes, anterior cingulate gyrus, hippocampus, and thalamus’ can’t be good things.

Then I was snooping around some photos of the 9/12 fifty thousand strong million moron march on Washington, and wondered if there was a connection….

Tuesday, August 11, 2009

McCullough Interviews Charest

So Kevin McCullough responded to my post and requested an interview. Okay, he didn't. He responded with a list of questions and asked me to answer them, and they read like an interview.

KMC: Better for a fool to keep his mouth still lest he open it and remove all doubts…That quote from my grandfather reminded me of your misleading email.

BOB: You get on the radio and do it before the whole world, and loudly. The quote itself is actually attributed to Mark Twain. And George Eliot. And Abraham Lincoln. And to Proverbs 17:28. Howso was I misleading? You were bombastic, you did play a tape you weren’t sure of, you did call two black men you’ve never met stupid. That was all of your screech on the chalkboard in my head that I could bear.

KMC: So tell me this…How do you defend (from a Biblical perspective) Obama’s desire to provide end of life counseling.

BOB: I don’t get the question. My mother died pretty young of cancer. I lived with her and was her caretaker for the last year. The day she was diagnosed terminal the doctor called me into the office with her, gave me the news, and began preparing us for the end. Some other very kind people formed a network around her and ushered her out gracefully. If that’s end of life counseling, every one should get it. I don’t understand the question. As it stands now the insurance companies dictate when an administrator calls the family into a room and informs them their coverage terminates, and soon thereafter so does their loved one. That’s callous and vile.

KMC: How do you defend Obama’s desire to force taxpayer funding of the killing of children in his health care plan?

BOB: Abortion is abomination. It’s also a complex right to privacy issue tangled in a morass of law that clings hopelessly to a constitution that was framed in the context of a different time and place. ‘Because the law worketh wrath: for where no law is, there is no transgression.’ Romans 4:15. It’s only one of many issues to take under consideration in elections. Would you vote for Hitler instead of Obama if he promised abortion would cease the very moment he was sworn in? Was your ‘pro life’ guy George Bush antichrist preaching about the sanctity of life as he was bombing mommies and their babies on the other side of the world? You can’t be pro life and wage war, and especially war of aggression. Why do you want to legislate the sin of others? And why are you so obsessed with the unborn? Why do you even care? You and your politicians and their policies don’t want to take care of the babies once they're in the world.

KMC: How do you decry the statistics I used in the show -- when I can prove my source?

BOB: Well, you offer to offer proof, yet don’t offer it. Your statistic that 87 percent of Americans are satisfied with their health care is preposterous. First of all it’s a slanted question. You should be asking how many think there needs to be health care reform. If your source was a poll taken by the insurance or medical lobbies—which it surely sounds like--it invalidates itself.

KMC: How can you slander brothers in Christ while defending the actions or arguably the most anti-God administration in history?

BOB: I don’t know that you’re brothers in Christ, only God can see inside you. You say you are, but it is written: ‘This people draweth nigh unto me with their mouth, and honoureth me with their lips; but their heart is far from me.’ Matthew 15:8. You certainly don’t speak like disciples, and don’t even sound like followers. Play back and listen to your arrogant bombast some time.

Obama is not anti-God. What a silly statement. At last summer’s Saddleback forum with Rick Warren and John McCain, when asked about Christ, Obama said: “Well, as a starting point, it means I believe in — that Jesus Christ died for my sins, and that I am redeemed through Him. That is a source of strength and sustenance on a daily basis. I know that I don’t walk alone. And I know that if I can get myself out of the way that, you know, I can maybe carry out in some small way what — what He intends. And it means that those sins that I have, on a fairly regular basis, hopefully will be washed away.”

McCain said: “It means I’m saved and forgiven. And we’re talking about the world. Our faith encompasses not just the United States of America, but the world. Can I tell you another story real quick?”

You have to grant Obama what you expect of everyone else, to be taken at your word that you’re a Christian. Only God will judge him.

KMC: Please respond. I'm genuinely interested in your thoughts.

BOB: There, I’ve answered all your questions. I have only one for you. Scroll down a bit to the photo in the Parshall Malkin article. As a Christian I find Michelle Malkin’s pose with the swastika to be extraordinarily disturbing and offensive. No Christian on earth would strike that pose for such a photo. Not one. Yet you have a prominent link and proudly stated association with her website, How do you explain that?

I directed KMC to my answers on this blog, and after looking at it he said.

KMC: Without my clearance or permission....

Sorry I didn't respond in accord to the guidelines that included stroking your massive ego for a casual article. Then he called me a racist. Then he explained the Malkin photo.

KMC: The sign is clearly not an endorsement of Hitler but rather a poke at the President who asked his citizens to report on any neighbors who disagree with him. Which happened to be a tactic taken from Hitler's Gestapo. Any slight student of history would know and understand this...
Only a moron can not see the difference...

I explained that the photo had been taken six months in advance of the recent news to which he tied it. I then pointed out the ads on his website: the girl selling the tee shirt emblazoned: I'D RATHER BE WATERBOARDING side by side with the ad for Malkin's new book. He offered no explanation. Then I asked him straight.

BOB: So, when you come to judgment and you say to Jesus: "Lord, you know I loved you always." What are you going to say when He says: "Then why did you hang out with the torturers and the nazis who beat me and mocked me and gave me vinegar to drink and hammered the nails in?" What will you say to Jesus in that moment?

He got very, very mad, stated explicitly that he could take legal action and said goodbye.

I wonder if the estate of Mark Twain could sue his grandfather?

Monday, August 10, 2009

WBTN -- Judgment Day with Baldwin and McCullough

So I got home from work last night and turned on WTBN while I changed and decompressed. I thought Steve Kreloff might still be talking about King David, or that I might hear one of Michael Youssef’s impassioned lamentations I often enjoy. Instead my ears were assailed by the bombastic babble of two buffoons, who were sarcastically sniping about the Obama administration and health care reform. I quickly recognized it as Stephen Baldwin’s show, and decided to give him and his partner McCullough a listen.

They were free wheeling and dealing in exaggeration and mistruths—repeatedly citing a poll that stated 87 percent of Americans are satisfied with their health care. Yeah, right. At one point they played a clip they were sorta certain was a guy in Tampa, then went on to speak, with unwavering certainty, about two large black men in the video, whose IQs they knew measured thirty.

If they can judge two men they’ve never heard speak, then what can I say about the abundance of their hearts that did enter my ears. Their jaded hatespeak didn’t sound very Christian to me. They were too puffed up with their own righteousness and driven by their egos and lacking in the least humility to seem like servants of the Lord.

They do fit nicely into the pantheon of Cal Thomas, Janet Parshall, Bill Bunkley, Albert Mohler, Richard Land and Jay Sekula—the mouthpieces articulating WTBN’s social agenda in the ‘Christian’ conservatives’ holy war on the Obama administration and health care reform.

This I do not understand. Christ was very specific in his discourse on compassion, Matthew 25:34-36.

“Then shall the King say unto them on his right hand, Come, ye blessed of my Father, inherit the kingdom prepared for you from the foundation of the world: For I was an hungred, and ye gave me meat: I was thirsty, and ye gave me drink: I was a stranger, and ye took me in: Naked, and ye clothed me: I was sick, and ye visited me: I was in prison, and ye came unto me….

Then shall he say also unto them on the left hand, Depart from me, ye cursed, into everlasting fire, prepared for the devil and his angels: For I was an hungred, and ye gave me no meat: I was thirsty, and ye gave me no drink: I was a stranger, and ye took me not in: naked, and ye clothed me not: sick, and in prison, and ye visited me not…and these shall go away into everlasting punishment: but the righteous into life eternal.”

The reward and the punishment are crystal clear in scripture, so why would Christians advocate government policy and a culture that only prepares their own souls for punishment? Why would they ready the land for Christ’s return by ensuring that there is a plentiful abundance of poor and sick for Him to minister? The answer is that no true Christian would. President Obama stated it memorably, and truthfully, when he said: “the devil is in the details.”

For even as He was still moaning on the cross, the devil clapped his hands and smacked his lips and plotted how to wield Christ against the world. One of the devil’s favorite words is ‘Christian.’ He likes to eat them up and spit them out, to lead them astray and to hold sway in their house. He also thinks nothing of using it upon himself.

That is why Christ warned us about wolves in sheep’s clothing, and false prophets and false teachers; about the blind leading the blind into the ditch; about proselytizers making their followers more fit for hell than they are themselves. Thus does the devil dress himself in the wool of Christianity, and thus disguised he goes to and fro in the world wreaking havoc and destruction.

Make no mistake that Satan sings in churches and quotes from the Bible and talks on the radio and lurks all round you. But is he in you?

Christian radio should make me feel good, not riled and hostile like Balwin and K Muck did. I went to get their email addresses and the first thing I noticed was a prominent link to, Michelle Malkin’s website, who happens to be my next guest….

Tuesday, August 4, 2009

WTBN Parshall Malkin Interview

Over the weekend WTBN ran Janet Parshall’s interview with Michelle Malkin. Parshall opened the program with the adage: “You know a person by the company they keep.” This was a lead up to her interview with Michelle Malkin, who’s new book bashes the Obama administration. That’s Malkin on the right in the photo below, taken February 17, 2009 at a rally in Denver, Colorado. That being the company she keeps, and a picture being worth a thousands words, you can now infer volumes about the woman.

Her fellow hatemonger is holding a sign with a swastika, the symbol of Nazi Germany, who perpetrated the Holocaust, the greatest persecution and slaughter of the Jewish people in all of history. The Jewish people are God’s chosen nation, 'a peculiar people unto himself, above all the nations that are upon the earth,' who gave us the oracles of God and salvation through his only begotten Jesus Christ. To rage against the Jews is to rage against God, which is the work of Satan.

So let’s piece all this together. Janet Parshall swears to have given her heart to our Lord Jesus Christ, but then she publicly praises and promotes and gives away and encourages her listeners to buy the work of someone who knowingly consorts with nazis, Satan’s minions. Isn't that a house divided, Janet?

Of Malkin, Parshall says: "Michelle has this gift, I think it's a God given gift, to really look at issues and to see them with piercing clarity." But Malkin writes rabblerousing nonsense based on exaggeration and lies. She's so nutty that Bill O'Reilly banned her from his show. Her latest book is structured on the strained logic of this flawed syllogism: A) Chicago politics are notoriously corrupt; B) Obama is from Chicago; C) We can conclude that Obama is corrupt.

That’s amateur intellectualism, and just plain silly.

So here’s WTBN’s running tally. The Albert Mohler program is sponsored by a gold trading company that proclaims: Gold is king. Focus on the Family knowingly sold audio Spanish Bibles recited by a pedophile. sells tee shirts that endorse torture with the reprehensible logo: I’D RATHER BE WATERBOARDING. And now Janet Parshall praises and promotes a woman who knowingly posed for a photo with a nazi. I don’t think this is how the Lord wants to be glorified on the radio by Christians.