Saturday, April 15, 2006

On the attack

A number of items are worthy of your attention.

1. You must check out The Republican Attack Machine. A female firebrand conservative at Vanderbilt University took a stupid assignment in her sculpture class to make a chair that reflected her personality and created a masterpiece. Check out more pictures of her and the chair. We may have a rival for the title of best college republican group in the country.

2. The title of Ann Coulter's newest book has been revealed. It is Godless: The Church of Liberalism. It will be released on June 6, 2006. Apparently, Coulter argues that liberalism is a religion. This is very interesting since I have thought of this analogy for a while. I'm not sure that it is sufficient to describe the fundamental nature of liberalism, though. In any case, I'm very interested to hear what she has to say.

For what it's worth, I like her original title, which she told us at dinner, better. That was Mark of the Beast.

3. Following on the heels of Dan Roth's prophetic call, Mac Johnson of Human Events has called for conservatives to buy stuff on Mayday. It's very interesting to see that illegal aliens have chosen Mayday, a communist holiday, to launch a boycott. That says a lot about their real motivations.

4. Steve K notes that a liberal scientist has advocated a worldwide plague. Liberals really do want you dead.

1 comment:

Dan said...

YES! The movement is spreading! Tell your friends!