Monday, June 30, 2008

The Left Won Culture War Last Week

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by Nancy Morgan
Right Bias

The left was the clear winner in the ongoing culture wars last week. Remember the Yale University student who made an art project of herself inducing an abortion? Complete with blood and, well, you get the idea. Even though the project was shown to be a fake, she got her 15 minutes of fame. Which has led to an invitation from England's Tate Museum to debut her new art project. She is the latest standard bearer of the the liberal ideology "Fake But Real."

As we speak, tens of thousands of proud gays are marching...all over Europe, in Jerusalem and in San Francisco. (I wish someone would tell me what they're so proud of.) Meanwhile, Barack Obama has appointed David Noble to head his Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender task force. This, as wife Michelle practises successful homosexual outreach, getting a standing ovation at a dinner meeting of the Gay and Lesbian Leadership Council of the DNC.

Going unnoticed in the world-wide orgy of homosexual pride, was a new report showing that the rate of new HIV infections in young male homosexuals rose 12%. In just the last year alone. Also pretty much ignored was a Pennsylvania school district that was found to have such a high rate of STD's that the Centers for Disease Control had to step in to track down students at risk for the deadly HIV. I guess free love isn't so free after all. I've expanded on this topic in my new article, 'Paying The Price For Free Love.'

In other culture news, San Francisco has decided high schools will no longer award physical education credits to students enrolled in the Junior Reserves Training Corp. This slap at our military was followed by, if you can believe it, an even bigger slap at our President. The city will be holding a vote on whether to rename one of its largest sewage treatment facilities after George W. Bush. Just lovely.

Down the coast in Los Angeles, a California judge has blocked a lawsuit that sought to enlist the LAPD in weeding out illegal immigrants. He just said no.

Spain's Parliament will be extending human rights to apes. This is the first time in history any national legislature has called for such rights for non-humans. Can you spell 'slippery slope?'

In India, a congressman plans an 11 day prayer for Obama's success and in Canada, a comic has been hauled before the Human Rights Commission for telling a lesbian joke.

It might seem as if the world has gone crazy. It hasn't. There's plenty of good news out there, it's just overlooked by our old media.

A historic 2nd amendment ruling from the Supreme Court has affirmed the individual right to bear arms. Just like it says in the Constitution. And in Louisiana, government school teachers can now educate their students about the theory of intelligent design and can actually discuss Darwin's theory of evolution in a scientific manner without being canned. Oh, teachers may now also discuss both sides of the global warming issue. Thank you, Gov. Jindal.

More kudos to Gov. Jindal. In the wake of last weeks' Supreme Court decision nixing the death penalty for child rapists, he promptly signed the "Sex Offender Chemical Castration Bill" authorizing the castration of convicted sex offenders. Progressives can rest easy knowing that these offenders will still have a choice: physical or chemical castration.

The media continues to focus on the context and nuances of presidential candidates, unable to spare any space for the incredible progress being made in Iraq, namely:
Al-Sadr's army was decimated last week as more than 2,000 cadres were killed, leading to "the almost complete collapse of the Mahdi army." Al-Sadr is licking his wounds and pondering his next career move. Can you spell toast?

Meanwhile, security is so improved in Iraq that foreign and Western investment money is flooding in. Iraqi Airline is taking off, thanks to a $5.5 billion contract with Boeing. Translation: We've won! Meanwhile, Barbara Walters has been summoned (summoned?) to Syria by President al-Assad. I guess Syria needs to improve their public relations. I predict the media will cover this visit ad naseum.

More good news as a new survey shows you can't fool all of the people all of the time. It appears a whopping 82% of Americans say the government's energy policies are to blame for the record fuel costs. Just so.

Despite the tough economic times, Americans have set a new record in charitable giving. Un-coerced largesse from private citizens topped $300 billion in 2007. Unsurprisingly, most of this came from those meanies in the red states.

Across the pond, Queen Elizabeth II gave British author Salman Rushdie a knighthood. Muslims were outraged, outraged. Yawn. While the she was at it, the Queen stripped the newly reinstalled president of Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe, of his honorary knighthood. I'm smiling.


An Air India Jaipur-Mumbai flight flew well past its destination with both its pilots fatigued and fast asleep in the cockpit. When the pilots were finally woken up by anxious Mumbai air traffic controllers, the plane was about half way to Goa.

An Australian bridegroom was horrified to learn after he had walked down the aisle that he was already married — after a drunken holiday romance he could barely remember.

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This week's honor goes to leading climate alarmist, James Hansen, who, with a straight face, has called for the chief executives of oil companies to be put on trial for high crimes against humanity and nature. Their crime? Spreading doubt about global warming. Let's give this guy some more rope.

Till next Monday, keep smiling.

by Nancy Morgan

Nancy Morgan is a columnist and a news editor for
She lives in South Carolina, where she writes "Culture Watch" weekly.

Article may be reprinted with attribution. Bio available on request.

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