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Former Republican candidate for Lt. Gov. E.W. Jackson, front center, gestures as he speaks to the media during a demonstration outside Federal Court in Norfolk, Va., Tuesday, Feb. 4, 2014. Jackson spoke in favor of the law banning same sex marriage.
Steve Helber, Associated Press
As the courts, state lawmakers and the general public move toward accepting and legalizing same-sex marriage, another historic shift is taking place away from trying to balance the interests between a minority of religious objectors and the majority of Americans, according to two conservative commentators.
A Washington Post/ABC poll released this week found a record-high 59 percent of Americans say they support same-sex marriage, while 50 percent said gay men and lesbians have a constitutional right to marry.
“In a Post-ABC poll in March 2004, 38 percent said same-sex marriage should be legal, while 59 percent said it should not, the same percentage now in favor of allowing gays to marry,” the Post reported.
That “dramatic shift in public opinion, and a series of legal victories, seem to be melting the resistance of the Republican Party and prompting conservatives to find new ways of framing the question,” wrote Fox News media analyst Howard Kurtz.
Among them is New York Times columnist Ross Douthat who conceded that gay marriage will soon be legalized throughout the United States, but wondered how that will affect “a substantial minority of Americans, most of them religious, still committed to the older view of marriage.”
He said one possibility is that this minority will fade into the background, allowed to practice their belief with legal protections for the few individuals and businesses that believe accommodating a gay marriage violates their religious beliefs.
The nation has a history of carving out exemptions for religious objectors to military service, vaccinations, union dues, school curriculum, abortion to name a few.
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Written by: Gil Kahn on January 26, 2009.
The media muddles aspects of conflict in Gaza
So it turns out Jews actually dont control the media. Relax. Youre most likely reading this article in the privacy of your mind, so take a moment to let these words float through unfiltered and recall the jokes you have heard.
If anything, this recent conflict between Israel and Hamas proved that, while the Jewish state may militarily devastate its foe, it could still take a pummeling from the world media.
For weeks now, youve probably heard a vast barrage of harsh criticisms lobbed at Israel. News sources around the globe posted seemingly damning headlines, announcing that over 1,300 Palestinians were killed in operation Cast Lead.
You probably gasped at reports claiming that nearly 900 women and children made up these causalities. While I realize that headlines stating, 1,300 killed, 22,000 buildings destroyed in Gaza, printed in all caps on CNN.com cause great alarm, I beg one thing of the readers: Read beyond the headlines.
The situation in Gaza was undoubtedly dire. But, it was made only more tragic by the fact that most of the news sources covering the conflict encompassed only fragments of truth.
Many groups denounced Israels offensive in Gaza, criticizing the state for allowing the type of collateral damage illustrated by the previously mentioned headline. You had to dig halfway into that particular article past the blaring heading to discover that the Palestine Liberation Organization reported these fatality rates, ones provided by none other than Hamas itself.
Only a handful of news agencies and journalists reported on a contrary estimate based on field interviews in the Gaza strip. One such source was an Italian reporter named Lorenzo Cremonesi.
His article Gaza doctor refutes casualties reported in Cast Lead Op referred to evidence that casualties in the region may have been half of the figure that was claimed by the PLO.
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Fukushima Blame The Bilderberg Group For Media Silence
Fukushima – Blame The Bilderberg Group For Media Silence. Fukushima Shows Media Outlets Literally Groveling for Nuclear Think Tanks. UPDATE 2/20/14 ———…
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The bestselling novelist left behind 15 boxes of files connecting SA to the killing of Swedish prime minister Olof Palme, but he likely got it wrong.
A plaque marks the site where Swedish prime minister Olof Palme was shot and killed in 1986 in Stockholm. Palme was shot on his way home from a movie theater and the case remains unsolved. (AFP)
As a campaigning left-wing journalist who penned novels starring a campaigning left-wing journalist, Stieg Larsson’s career always blurred fact and fiction to some extent.
But now it has emerged that the late bestselling thriller writer was probably the man who tipped off Swedish police about a suspect in the country’s most infamous murder.
Larsson, who died aged 50 in 2004, before his Millennium trilogy of novels had even been published, left behind 15 boxes of files connected to the killing of Olof Palme, the Swedish prime minister who was gunned down as he walked home from a cinema with his wife in February 1986.
According to a Swedish newspaper, which has been granted access to the papers by Larsson’s former partner, Eva Gabrielsson, he identified a Swedish ex-military officer allegedly connected to South Africa’s security services as having organised the murder. Palme was a vehement critic of the apartheid government and there has long been speculation about a South African connection.
Gabrielsson told Svenska Dagbladet that she and Larsson spent much of the year after Palme’s murder looking into who might be to blame, focusing on the far-right groups Larsson had tracked for years.
Larsson was interviewed by Swedish police and passed them the name of Bertil Wedin, who moved to Cyprus shortly before Palme’s death and still lives there.
It is a compelling story and only slightly undermined by the fact that Larsson probably appears to have been wrong. Wedin himself, now 73, told the newspaper: “I have nothing to lose from the truth being established since, fortunately, I am not the murderer.”
Wedin only talked to Swedish detectives once, briefly, on the phone after the murder, but the police say he is not a suspect in the case. Guardian News & Media 2014
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The double standards surrounding the left wing and the right wing are funny. Whats even funnier is how each standard is treated within the media. The April 15 Tax Day tea parties held around the nation were a great example of the Lefts usual hypocrisy.
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A horse with a gas-mask
Many are the countries whose politicians speak endlessly about an ethical foreign policy, yet when we see what really happens behind the scenes, how their agencies and special forces operate, we get a shocking glimpse into the type of policies which would have made Machiavelli proud. Will Humankind ever globalize ethics?
We had a horrific example of how low Humankind, the animal, can sink last week in a Danish zoo, where a young giraffe was literally murdered because it was the result of in-breeding (how did that happen and why?), then it was cut into pieces, and fed to the lions in front of families. What a wonderful day out, far more exciting than Legoland for a generation brought up on violent videogames and hundreds of thousands of scenes of televised butchery, tempered with the massification of brutality through the media and the global outbreak of voyeurism (planned, passive indifference and manipulation) through reality shows.
We have further examples, and many of them, in the foreign policy of NATO and its Axis of Hatred, the USA, the UK and in latter years, France, that wannabe Napoleon. For these countries, their State Departments or Foreign Offices are merely an extension of their business lobbies and foreign policy is no more or less than a business. Those selling military equipment to dubious regimes would argue that turning a blind eye on one hand creates hundreds of thousands of jobs on the other, and anyway, what about the Foreign Direct Investment and aid programs?
We had the case of Iraq, which was invaded illegally, where military equipment was deployed against civilians and civilian structures, where the country was thrown into sectarian violence which continues to this day, where depleted uranium murdered or mutilated hundreds of thousands of children, where the State was destroyed and where the theatre of intervention had lasting effects long after the conflict. Try telling the children that they receive Foreign Direct Investment.
We had the case of Libya, invaded illegally, contrary to the UNSC Resolutions governing the case, where again military equipment was deployed against civilians, where a democratic system was replaced by a troupe of terrorists, where western foreign policy once and for all identified itself with terrorism as a modus operandi – as we see yet again in Syria, not to speak about the meddlesome colour revolutions tried and tested across Eastern Europe and Central Asia.
It is a policy of “listen to what I say but don’t look at what I do”, it is a policy of dealing with the Devil against any shred of ethics or any iota of decency, morals or good will. It is the law of the jungle, where the biggest rule the roost and the smallest fall in line or are eliminated if they dare to challenge those who grew fat on the proceeds of centuries of theft, looting of resources and slavery.
Taking these as examples of how Humankind behaves and how such behavior is condoned by a willing media and assented to by a silent, nay, gullible viewership and readership, we can compare Humankind to a herd of antelopes; there is a dominant male and his cronies, there is another group of challengers and there is the rest of the herd, totally unprotected. The difference with Humankind is that the dominant male makes deals with, and profits from, the marauding packs of wolves surrounding the herd.
It therefore comes as no surprise to find out that the African elephant and rhino populations are in danger of extinction, and it comes as no surprise that the media is accompanying images of wild elephants with the caption or buzz-phrase “Take a good look because in ten years you won’t see this any more” as 100 elephants a day are slaughtered alongside the rhino.
As usual, economics foots the bill – economic necessity upstream and financial greed downstream. It makes sense for a member of a poor rural community in the interior of, say, Mozambique, to pick up a rifle, cross the border into South Africa, shoot an elephant or a rhino, pocket around 100,000 USD and go back home rich beyond his wildest imaginings, set up for the rest of his life. It only makes sense in today’s world for the goods (ivory or rhino horn) to fetch up to ten times that amount in Asia, where they are sold as ornaments or more absurdly, in sachets to help those not man enough to do the job properly – except there is no scientific value whatsoever in the equation – rhino horn is compacted hair.
Israeli forces shoot, kill 19 year old Palestinian boy in West Bank
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Who speaks for the Church? Pope Francis in Rome last week with a green parrot given to him by a pilgrim. Photograph: EPA/Osservatore Romano
Is Pope Francis a liberal or a conservative? Traditionalists in the church, temporarily silenced by the whirlwind that is the new pontiff, are now rallying to suggest that Jorge Mario Bergoglio, for all his dramatic new style, is in fact thoroughly traditional in his mainstream views. But are they right?
In the UK, the editor of the Catholic Herald, Luke Coppen, suggests that the media has constructed a Fantasy Francis figure on to whom they project a secular leftist agenda. In the US, the conservative George Weigel claims Francis is making no break with the pontificates of his two predecessors.
Pope Francis has abetted this confusion with mixed signals on appointments. He has confirmed the conservative Archbishop Gerhard Mller as Vatican doctrinal enforcer as head of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith. But he purged the cappa magna traditionalist Cardinal Raymond Burke from the committee that oversees the appointment of bishops.
The root of the misunderstanding comes from the assumption that there is only one axis of divergence with the Catholic Church when there are in fact three.
The first is political. A century of Catholic social teaching has ensured most popes have been critical of unregulated capitalism as a vehicle for delivering the common good. Francis is even further to the left with his criticisms of trickle-down theories which assume that economic growth, encouraged by a free market, will inevitably succeed in bringing about greater justice. On the environment, he looks set to move the church on to a more radical political agenda too.
Gay marriageThe second axis stretches from reactionary to progressive on mainstream doctrine. Francis has repeatedly referred to the need to value human life from conception until natural death. But there are subtle shifts. He has condemned gay marriage is an anthropological regression but is in favour of same-sex civil unions. He is opposed to gay adoption, but frames it in terms of human rights: a child having the right to a mother and a father. He is not opposed to the Latin Mass per se, but feels traditional styles of worship do not connect with ordinary people in the wider non-European world.
But on the third axis he is undoubtedly a change-maker. On the spectrum of whether the church should be centralised or local he is firmly at one end of the spectrum. So are all eight of the cardinals liberals and conservatives in other ways whom he has chosen to serve as his Committee of Eight cardinal advisers.
In his time as Archbishop of Buenos Aires, he was disdainful of the advice of what a former aide called Italians with emptying churches telling bishops in countries with growing congregations what they should and should not be doing.
All this instilled in him the importance of the church being run more collegially. So much so that as president of the Argentinean bishops conference, he went along with a decision by his fellow bishops to oppose civil unions for same-sex couples even though he approved of the government proposal.
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