I've seen pretzles with fewer twists than Gen. Boykin's logic that it should be a "red flag" when a Muslim's first allegiance is to the Quran, not the Constitution ... but it is okay for Christians because the Constitution was inspired by God.
- Show Me the Money! - Recently fired unhinged person Allen West is going to headline a fundraiser for unhinged Virginia Lt. Governor wannabe E.W. Jackson. Here's a description that makes it sound like must-see teevee:
West may not have served with Jackson, but the former congressman from Florida has several things in common with him -- both are African American conservatives with military backgrounds noteworthy for their Tea Party ties and bombastic rhetoric.
You know before this thing is over, between the two of them they will call for The Kenyan's resignation and the installation of a theocracy. (Pilot Online)
- Learning your A-B-3s - Ancient self-loathing hate goblin Phyllis Schlafly is upset with Los Angeles Unified School Districts plan to have ever student with an iPad, to help them learn. Why, you ask? BECAUSE THEY ARE PROBABLY ILLEGALS!
To add insult to injury, many of the students who will be receiving a taxpayer-funded iPad aren’t even supposed to be in the United States. Los Angeles has one of the highest illegal alien populations in the U.S. Almost 400,000 illegal aliens live in this district. Almost a third of its students are classified as “English learners.”
Heaven fore fend that we should want these kids to be, you know, educated and become good citizens. (Eagle Forum)
- Meanwhile, in Kansas - So, the latest gambit to block schools from teaching evolution is to claim that Science is, in fact, a religion. Yes, you read that right:
The lawsuit argues that the new standards will cause Kansas public schools to promote a "non-theistic religious worldview" by allowing only "materialistic" or "atheistic" explanations to scientific questions, particularly about the origins of life and the universe. The suit further argues that state would be "indoctrinating" impressionable students in violation of the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution's protections for religious freedom.
It's always Kansas. Always. (Kansas City Star)