Friday, February 22, 2008

400-408(:59) Move American Forward fights back with this negative ad towards the city of Berkeley and their stance on military recruiters on campus. 
Congressman John Campbell (, 48th Newport Beach), is co-sponsor of the Semper Fi Act of 2008 that would redirect the $2 million in earmarks for the city of Berkeley and give it to the Marines.
413-423Al Mohler (, president of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, reports on the Forbes' list of America's Most Sinful Cities.  His latest book is Culture Shift: Engaging Current Issues With Timeless Truth.
428-437Richard and Cheryl Schatz, founders of Media Ministries in British Columbia (, a ministry to Mormons, Jehovah Witnesses and other cults with the message of Jesus Christ, on the Canadian government telling them they have been "decertified" as a charity due to their intolerant attitudes towards non-Christians.  This has NOTHING to do with homosexuality.  The Canadian government does not believe active Christians are "charitable" and worthy of receiving tax exempt status.  [HT to Cynthia Hampton for alerting me about this.]
443-452We join in progress a car chase in the Boyle Heights area off the 5!
(1:09) Barack Obama responds to the question of whether or not he plagiarized speech material from a colleague.
(:33) Hillary Clinton makes a low blow and gets booed for accusing Obama of Xeroxing change.
(:36) Hillary Clinton ends the debate sharing that she is honored to be campaigning against such a fine politician as Obama.
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(:35) Hillary Clinton chimes in and talks about making a path to legalization for the millions of illegals living here in the U.S. during her Texas debate with Barack Obama On Thursday February 21st.
(:30) Barack Obama talks about how the U.S.'s relationship with Mexico got out of focus with the Bush administration's focus on Iraq.
(:35) Hillary Clinton talks about needing a physical fence where appropriate along the Mexican border.
(:47) Hillary Clinton talks about her desire to use technology to protect the border.
Chris Ferrell, director of policy research for Judicial Watch (, reacts to both Barack and Hillary saying last night that the U.S. doesn't need to build the border fence.
512-523Chris Ferrell,
Two more Iraqis with false Bulgarian passports were detained by Mexican officials in Monterrey -- bringing the total to four this month.  Wisam Gorgies, a 34-year-old man, and Rana Nazar Peyoz, a 26-year-old woman, reportedly flew from Madrid and landed in Monterrey, according to reports in two Mexican newspapers today. Following questioning, the pair admitted they intended to reach the United States.  They were taken to Saltillo in the state of Coahuila, for final determination of their status. Mexican officials said the are investigating "a network that could be made up of Mexicans operating in Greece who are selling false Bulgarian passports for $10,000 to European and Middle Eastern citizens."
• Politico, Michelle Obama thesis was on racial divide.  The story links to her thesis.
• Peggy Noonan, Try a Little Tenderness.
544-554Tom Karako, with the Claremont Institute and editor of
They've been dreading a U.S. anti-missile capability since Ronald Reagan first proposed it in the 1980s. Then-Congresswoman (now Sen.) Barbara Boxer called the Strategic Defense Initiative "the president's astrological dream ... a dream of laser weapons powered by nuclear explosions, particle beam weapons, chemical rockets and space based interceptors parked in 'garages' in orbit." Then-Sen. Al Gore called SDI "not feasible."  Journalist Ted Koppel summed up the conventional wisdom among liberals when he declared, "I think that what is being proposed for expenditure on Star Wars [sic] is absolute nonsense. Anything like an SDI program is going to put us in a position where, naturally, the Russians are going to feel threatened." Besides, he continued, reciting the then-prevalent "It's Dangerous and it Won't Work" mantra, "There is no way it is going to work within the next twenty years and it is going to cost not billions, not tens of billions, not hundreds of billions, but trillions of dollars."
558-608Greg Cygan, president of Heritage Oak Private School in Yorba Linda, a nationally-ranked Blue Ribbon School, on the book "Prep" by Curtis Sittenfeld that is on the recommended accelerated reading list of Renaissance learning, that he had to pull because it was inappropriate for young readers.
One of the tamer passages in the book reads: "I wrapped my legs around his waist. He jerked against me so strongly that I thought he might tear through my underwear."
612-623Should the book have been pulled?  Are we being overly moralistic, legalistic, fundamentalistic? 
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A joint project by the National Education Association (NEA) and the American Psychological Association (APA) is giving parents 16,000 new reasons to question the agenda of national teachers' union leaders. The NEA and APA have partnered to produce a booklet titled, "Just the Facts about Sexual Orientation and Youth," which they plan to distribute to every superintendent in America's 16,000 school districts. Among the so-called "facts" in the 24-page document is the opinion, that homosexuality is "a normal expression of human sexuality." The booklet also warns teachers not to discuss "transformational ministries" that suggest homosexuality is a condition that can be changed. Religious-based views are regarded as harmful, if not dangerous. This is no surprise to those who have followed the leftward drift of the NEA leadership. For years, the organization has used teachers' dues to subsidize its top officials' left-wing fanaticism, which includes everything from promoting homosexuality and abortion in schools to pushing birth control. The APA is no better. In the past few decades, the group has gone from listing homosexuality as a mental disorder to becoming one of its biggest champions in the public square. Now both groups are using their influence to transform public schools into incubators for their radical social agendas. These lessons in political correctness must stop! Log on to and download the real facts about "Homosexuality in Your Child's School."
628-639 – American Idol Controversy?
(:36) Carly "Hennessy" performs "Blow Your Mind" on her previously produced music video.
(:32) American Idol Contestant Carly Smithson talks about growing up singing in Ireland.
(:25) Carly talks about moving to Los Angeles with her dad and getting signed when she was younger.
(:04) Carly says she is our next American Idol.  (short bite)
(:38) Carly Smithson performs "I'm Every Woman" as her final performance before being advanced to the Hollywood round.
Do you expect contestants to be unsigned amateurs?
(1:06) Ted Kennedy singing a Mexican mariachi song.