"Being offended is a natural consequence of leaving the house." --Fran Lebowitz
"Willful ignorance comes at a price." --A. Tecacca

23 February 2012


"and of course we look at the shape of mainline Protestantism in this country and it is in shambles, it is gone from the world of Christianity as I see it"
                -Rick Santorum 2008  

Famous charlatan's parasite progeny tries for own spotlight.

20 February 2012

New York Elites Head Home to 'a De-luxe Apartment in the Sky'.

Raging against the nation’s “elites,” Gingrich singled out those who live in city “high-rises” and those “that ride the subway.”

The Gingrichs always use a non-elite
car service when in Manhattan.

GARDASIL®: Not just for lady parts anymore.


And in a related story:
A**holes line up protect their a**holes

08 February 2012

A new wrinkle

How much longer are we all going to be held hostage to a corrupt and discredited cult?

Michele Bachmann offers more evidence of Obama's Muslimness


Islamic Science
Starting around 750 AD, science flourished under the Abbasid caliphs of Baghdad, gradually spreading its influence as far west as Spain and eastwards into Central Asia, over a period of more than 600 years.
By drawing on a variety of texts - Greek, Indian and Persian - and translating them into Arabic, the early scholars accumulated the greatest body of scientific knowledge in the world … and built on it through their own discoveries.
Often, there was a practical Islamic relevance. Astronomy could be used to work out the direction of prayer. Mathematics was needed for dividing property according to the Islamic law of inheritance.
Although science flourished under Arab-Islamic patronage, by no means all the important figures in science were Muslims, or even Arabs.
The common factor, however, was the Arabic language, which for a time became the international language of science. It was only later, in the 12th and 13th centuries, when the Arabic works began to be translated into Latin, that such knowledge passed to the west.

Christine "O"