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Dr. Norris Chuckabee

Adviser to the 2016 presidential election

Specialty: Intelligent Intelligent Design

"Science may be an impediment to knowing the TRUE Truth, but falsifiability will definitely not impede our quest to 'go negative' on Hillary Clinton."hillary ...MORE


Mike Huckabee has intelligence that Chuck Norris & Mike Huckabee have proof that Intelligent Design is proof of Intelligent Design. more

9/11 Truth, JFK assassination, Holocaust revision & ISIS interactive spreadsheet ... Clinton timeline


Dr. Norris Chuckabee

Intelligence Official

he has intelligence that Chuck Norris & Mike Huckabee have proof that Intelligent Design is proof of Intelligent Design.


Bush supporter's propaganda:   NBC TV / Fox / Anschutz, Scaife, Gibson, Ahmanson....
  • Image and message manipulation    
  • A significant component of fascism is the deception (noble lies) of the population
Why is she looking at his 'arm'?   source: Snopes Little Mermaid video  LARGE FILEand see subliminal tapes for sale




Disney and Pornography, cartoons ... What's going on?

Lawsuits? search: disney pornography lawsuits
  • Well this can’t be good for a quarterly report. The Walt Disney Co., whose stock has been performing modestly over the past half decade, now has to figure out what to do about something they can’t exactly control: reports that everyone’s favorite mass murderer, Adolph Hitler, had a little hobby drawing Disney characters during World War II. That’s the claim by a Norwegian war museum after its director, William Hakvaag, found drawings of Bashful and Doc from 1937’s Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, a copy of which Hitler owned, as well as one of Pinocchio, from the 1940 film, hidden in a painting Hakvaag bought at auction. Hitler fancied himself an artist, and even tried to make a living from it, before setting his sights on taking of the world and eradicating it of any non-Aryan blood. Which doesn’t confirm these drawings are legitimately his, but even the possibility presents some bad […]
Example 1:  Betty Boop:  from one of the most popular Disney porn sites: This Disney Girl is just a creature for sex live.   stuff Example 2: Jasmine ...  from one of the most popular Disney porn sites: "Jasmine -   stuff
Image and message manipulation ...     

 Roborant Darwin, ... 'The Descent of Man', and his voyage on the Beagle, he gathered data, ... he had to publish his findings, manuscript ... Alfred Russel Wallace came to the same conclusions,  then spent 23 years defending it.  He had to master many disciplines: biology, embryology, anatomy botany, paleontology, and geology.  no DNA ... yet.  He convinced Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker and Thomas Henry Huxley despite a jihad from every pulpit in England.  They didn't know that evolution would actually speed up in the 21st century.

The Intelligent Design Jokes topic is completely related to the manipulation of images and concepts by GOP, neocons,  Bush etc. A highly organized campaign to marginalized Darwin has been going on since the publication of Origin of the Species, 1859.  Its a tragedy and a joke ... a cruel joke.

11 White House Sleepovers

AmeriBlog "Welcome to the Neighborhood", backlash, Narnia?


Phony Whitehouse reporter in Bush News conference 'Jeff Gannon':  and larger photo  and Washington Postfile and more search terms: Eberle, Talon News, GOPUSA,Fleischer, 

YouTube     Insider Magazine, Wayne Madsen  


Bush hugs Gannon, above  James D. Guckert, Gannon, probably not Johnny Gosch  MORE  on White House sleepovers.

Is Bush gay?

Armstrong Williams Seattle Medium

No End in Sight, Iraq's descent into chaos, from US policies, Colin Powell?

Fake News: Bush spinners paid for 'No Child Left Behind' promotion,  Washington Post and file and search terms: Ketchum Inc., Paige, Tribune Media Services, Education Dept, 

AP / Yahoo "The televangelist, San Antonio megachurch leader John Hagee, has referred to the Roman Catholic Church as "the great whore" and called it a "false cult system" and "the apostate church"; the word "apostate" means someone who has forsaken his religion.  He also has linked Adolf Hitler to the Catholic church, suggesting it helped shape his anti-Semitism." search John McCain



and see in Who Framed Roger Rabbit  source:Snopes    and more sublimal sites:  How They Change Your Mind     and   

Images from Snopes debunking site Snopes Films

TheocracyWatch Cornell University  &   The Religious Freedom Coalition of the Southeast

Three Women = Penis, Gods and Monsters, Monsters in the Closet - Homosexuality & the Horror Film Research and search terms to consider: "Passion of the Christ", Jesus phallic, Jesus phallus, Jesus Christ, Promise Keepers, phallic male, noble savage, "rites of passage", "male journey", 

Sexual organs, evolution, and ID Jokes:



Reviews: Popmatters  "They; are warriors, drawn into killing and a general faith in militarism, into the sense that wars might solve problems,....and that is very scary", Cynthia Fuchs and more ID stuff: Ambivolog:  the parthenogenetic lizards , genus Cnemdophorus, just make-do, re-work it, crazy adaptations,  (you're an idiot if you think evolution doesn't take place) an embryo goes through all the stages of evolution as it is forming...undeniably.  

NFU notes: all warm blooded creatures metabolic processes are nearly identical, to say that "God just wants it that way" is ridiculous and would not be of any use in medicine or science.  not "a mere snare to entrap our judgement" ... evolution elevates ... not demeans, the most humble organism is much higher than the inorganic dust under our feet ... its marvelous, ... Darwin is buried right next to Isaac Newton in Westminster Abbey.

More spin, media manipulation, the roots of fascism.
Wonkette:  "The GAO is planning to formally investigate Maggie Gallagher's secret fling with the Department of Health and Human Services."  and USA Today Maggie Gallagher MarriageDebate Iraq War Spin, file Lincoln Group LA Times, SourceWatch,Need to Know News 

Operation Mockingbird Wikipedia

Lincoln Alliance Corporation, Iraqex, 
Karen Hughes, Washington Post Political Humor, Bush de-evolution?

Spin out-of-control, said Sadam Hussein gassed hundreds of thousands of Kurds. More: Sy Coleman, Science Applications International, Judith Miller, Libby, Rove

Frist AIDS charity fraud file

Bush State of the Union Speech 2003, Plamegate, Wilson, Rove, Libby, Cooper, Woodward, Nigher Fitzgerald State of the Union Speech 2003, lies.  Frist AIDS charity fraud file
Douglas Bandow, Cato Institute, fake news,  PR Watch



Jessica Lynch, military lies

more Militarty lies

Ambivolog more crazy id stuff: misdesigns, like embryo tails, fetal teeth in whales that never erupt, then are reabsorbed, ... and flounders born with eye on both sides then moves to one side, ... flightless birds with hollow bones -penguins, all this makes perfect sense in evolution.


Pat Tillman, military lies

more Military lies



Bush Fascism page.

Bush Dell war buddies

FEMA fake news conference YouTube, deception central.  Is this an isolated incident?  more

WhyWontGodHealAmputees  funny stuff ... Intelligent Design Made Mankind? ... ID based on William Paley's watch argument? ... find a watch in the forest ... was it made by a watchmaker, ... Is the human body like this watch, with all its flaws? does it have BO, need deodorant? does it sleep therefore not tell time? 




Fascism  / 'Noble Lies' / The Roots of Neoconservatism   

go to The Fourteen Defining Components of Fascism

Leo Strauss, 'noble lies'  more Carl Schmitt and the Nazis more Martin Heidegger  more Frederick Nietzsche  more
go to The Fourteen Defining Components of Fascism
Dr. Lawrence Britt has examined the fascist regimes of Hitler (Germany), Mussolini (Italy), Franco (Spain), Suharto (Indonesia) and several Latin American regimes. Britt found 14 defining characteristics common to each: 1. Powerful and Continuing Nationalism - Fascist regimes tend to make constant use of patriotic mottos, slogans, symbols, songs, and other paraphernalia. Flags are seen everywhere, as are flag symbols on clothing and in public displays. 2. Disdain for the Recognition of Human Rights - Because of fear of enemies and the need for security, the people in fascist regimes are persuaded that human rights can be ignored in certain cases because of "need." The people tend to look the other way or even approve of torture, summary executions, assassinations, long incarcerations of prisoners, etc. 3. Identification of Enemies/Scapegoats as a Unifying Cause - The people are rallied into a unifying patriotic frenzy over the need to eliminate a perceived common threat or foe: racial , ethnic or religious minorities; liberals; communists; socialists, terrorists, etc. 4. Supremacy of the Military - Even when there are widespread domestic problems, the military is given a disproportionate amount of government funding, and the domestic agenda is neglected. Soldiers and military service are glamorized. 5. Rampant Sexism - The governments of fascist nations tend to be almost exclusively male-dominated. Under fascist regimes, traditional gender roles are made more rigid. Divorce, abortion and homosexuality are suppressed and the state is represented as the ultimate guardian of the family institution. 6. Controlled Mass Media - Sometimes to media is directly controlled by the government, but in other cases, the media is indirectly controlled by government regulation, or sympathetic media spokespeople and executives. Censorship, especially in war time, is very common. 7. Obsession with National Security - Fear is used as a motivational tool by the government over the masses. 8. Religion and Government are Intertwined - Governments in fascist nations tend to use the most common religion in the nation as a tool to manipulate public opinion. Religious rhetoric and terminology is common from government leaders, even when the major tenets of the religion are diametrically opposed to the government's policies or actions. 9. Corporate Power is Protected - The industrial and business aristocracy of a fascist nation often are the ones who put the government leaders into power, creating a mutually beneficial business/government relationship and power elite. 10. Labor Power is Suppressed - Because the organizing power of labor is the only real threat to a fascist government, labor unions are either eliminated entirely, or are severely suppressed. 11. Disdain for Intellectuals and the Arts - Fascist nations tend to promote and tolerate open hostility to higher education, and academia. It is not uncommon for professors and other academics to be censored or even arrested. Free expression in the arts and letters is openly attacked. 12. Obsession with Crime and Punishment - Under fascist regimes, the police are given almost limitless power to enforce laws. The people are often willing to overlook police abuses and even forego civil liberties in the name of patriotism. There is often a national police force with virtually unlimited power in fascist nations. 13. Rampant Cronyism and Corruption - Fascist regimes almost always are governed by groups of friends and associates who appoint each other to government positions and use governmental power and authority to protect their friends from accountability. It is not uncommon in fascist regimes for national resources and even treasures to be appropriated or even outright stolen by government leaders. 14. Fraudulent Elections - Sometimes elections in fascist nations are a complete sham. Other times elections are manipulated by smear campaigns against or even assassination of opposition candidates, use of legislation to control voting numbers or political district boundaries, and manipulation of the media. Fascist nations also typically use their judiciaries to manipulate or control elections.  Discovery Institute promotes   Chronicles of Narnia      


Warning: All the below support or supported Bush, and the Iraq War


Connect the Dots, Slade Gorton on Discovery Institute Board,  &  9/11 Commission, Israeli art students???

"Israeli Surveillance of the Future Hijackers and FBI Suspects in the September 11 Attacks and Their Failure to "Give Us Adequate Warning:"


Conservative War Agenda, NewsFollowUp pages index

Coming soon: research on DELL, AMWAY contributions to the Corporate Religious Military Complex


Philip Anschutz, Walden Media.....  see Media Transparency
  • The Evangelical Christian right, their money, their agenda ... Their connections to war, violence.
  • Anschutz owns Regal Entertainment Group, the largest motion picture exhibitor in the world and Walden Media co-produced Chronicles of Narnia,  Media Transparency  Hoovers (Walden Media)
  • Wikipedia: Anschutz funding of the Discovery Institute
  •  Discovery Institute, funding,
  • Intervention Magazine Anschutz funding of Discovery Institute and 'Intelligent Design"
  • New York Times (search) Jody Wilgoren article or Americans United for Separation of Church and State (summary)
  • Funding the Culture Wars, The Gathering
  • Walden, Cary Granat (Dimension Films), Michael Flaherty
  • Family Friendly Programming Forum, Parents Television Council
  • Gibson sues Anschutz CBS News over Passion revenues.
  • This is summary image of Mediaweek ad pulled...see original and Electronic Intifada article  The Examiner apologized.
  • The Israel Lobby and U.S. Foreign, Policy  John J. Mearsheirmer, University of Chicago, Stephen Walt  Harvard University
  • Ambivolog ID design: what about sexual anatomy, 
  • Roborant
    • More on ID Jokes
    • and The Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster:  We would like congratulate Nancy Bostock, Peggy O'Shea, Jane Gallucci and Carol Cook for making headlines at FSM.  They graciously supported ID in public schools in Pinellas County, Florida, ... with statements like: "evolution is not scientific fact", "keep it all out of the classroom (evolution and ID)",  and something about religion being the deciding factor on scientific issues. yo baby ... 
    • Oh... the MUS campus would not allow a FSM Holiday display ... hymn_mmm ... discrimination, despite being an officially recognized student organization, with faculty support.  Blame Dr. Lorene Stone ... the display is very tasteful and not tacky.  Jesus would not approve of MSU policy. please email and with you thoughts on the subject.

    .Perrspectives Hitchhikers guide to Intelligent Design, Bush's quackery, faith over fact, ... his basic ignorance of  philosophy and pop culture, he probably doesn't suffer from irreducible complexity, and would blow it and say the Biblical God of creation was the 'designer'? 

Philip Anschutz, source Kansas Business Hall of Fame     Fortune: "The Greediest Executive of 2002" ...Qwest  and Forbes on the Kings, Staples Center

and Spitzer / Anschutz settlements? Anschutz as non-executive chairman of Qwest's board and director..Aschutz?

SEC "SEC Charges Qwest Communications International Inc. with Multi-Faceted Accounting and Financial Reporting Fraud"

SEC pdf, complaint doc, SEC Litigation Release title


Anschutz gave Republicans $700,000 between 1995-2000,

Nacchio, Yahoo, Classified documents complicate trial



Joseph Nacchio indictment.txt AP, BizJournals, search: QWest Nacchio Anschutz 2002

and Colorado for Family Values, sponsored anti-gay Amendment 2, overturned by Supreme Court, 1992, Scoop

search terms: Nacchio, 42 counts of securities fraud, personal stock sales, aggressive accounting, jail, swapping capacity, U.S. District Attorney William J. Leone investigating, SEC, whistle-blower suggested telecoms swapped capacity on each others' (Global Crossing) fiber optic networks to boost sales and profit.  Nacchio formerly of AT&T  "people were just afraid of the man", Judge Herbert J. Stem, John Richilano, Qwest's outside auditor was Arthur Andersen.  Richard C. Notebaert replaced Nacchio, restated 2.5 billion worh of revenue and profts and paid $250 million to settle SEC complaints.  What did Anschutz know about all this?

There seems to be a continuing buzz about Disney Little Mermaid porn or Disney Little Mermaid porno, Disney Little Mermaid pornography, or just plain Disney porn... there's a story here? Is Disney secretly condoning it?.  see sexycartoonporn their categories are 3D porn 3D Porn, Anime Porn, Cartoon Sex, Celebrity Toons, Disney Porn, Family Guy, Futurama Porn, Games Gay Toons, Kim Possible, Scooby Doo, Shemale Toons, Super Hero Porn, Teen Titans Hentai, The Flintstones The Simpsons.  Does Disney exploit this?  Who is Tram Pararam?




The Sith Lords of the Ultra-Right DailyKOS
  • News Sources
  • The Center for Public Integrity, Qwest, Anschutz
  • Stanford Law School Securities Class Action Clearinghouse
  • Denver Post, Anschutz, the Teflon Executive
  • Rocky Mountain News  search
  •  Google News:  Prosecutors Ask for 7-Year Term for Ex-Qwest CEO for Completing $52M in Illegal Stock Sales DENVER (AP) -- Prosecutors recommended Friday that former Qwest chief executive Joe Nacchio serve a maximum of seven years and three months in prison for completing $52 million in illegal stock sales when his telecommunications company was at financial risk. In a brief filed late Friday, government attorneys also recommended Nacchio serve three years probation and be fined a maximum of $19 million. "Any less severe sentence would fail to provide just punishment, to promote respect for the law, and to protect the public," prosecutor James Hearty wrote on behalf of the legal team. In a separate brief, defense attorney Herbert Stern asked U.S. District Judge Edward Nottingham to impose an unspecified lesser sentence which he said was warranted because of the effect a lengthy prison term would have on the health of two of Nacchio's family members. Stern said the situation was explained in detail in a sealed report from the U.S. Department of Probation that was submitted to the judge. Nacchio also could be required to forfeit millions under a civil forfeiture action filed after he was convicted. Prosecutors want Nottingham to require the one-time CEO give back $52 million of "ill-gotten gains" while defense attorneys argue it should be no more than $1.8 million. Nacchio, who resigned from Qwest Communications International Inc. under pressure in June 2002, is scheduled to be sentenced July 27 in U.S. District Court. He was charged with 42 counts of insider trading for $101 million worth of transactions between January and May 2001. The jury acquitted him on 23 counts, but concluded that his criminal action began after an April 2001 conference call when he failed to inform investors of the problems the company faced. Jurors convicted him on 19 counts for transactions during April and May of 2001. Nacchio remains free on bail pending the sentencing, and has said he will appeal the conviction. Each insider trading count carries a penalty of up to 10 years in prison and a maximum $1 million fine but is adjusted under federal sentencing guidelines that take into account Nacchio's actions which either made the situation worse or better. Separately, Nacchio and several other one-time Qwest executives are still involved in a pending civil fraud lawsuit that accuses them of orchestrating a financial fraud that forced the Qwest to restate $2.2 billion in revenue.
  • SEC "SEC Charges Qwest Communications International Inc. with Multi-Faceted Accounting and Financial Reporting Fraud"
  • New Jersey Public Safety Office and   Qwest Civil Action Complaint local file
  • Prosecutors accuse Nacchio of making 42 illegal trades of Qwest stock between Jan 2, 2001 and May 29, 2001 and seek to make Nacchio forfeit over $100 million.  What did Anschutz know?
  • pdf file:  "NOT FOR PUBLICATION WITHOUT THE APPROVAL OF THE APPELLATE DIVISION SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY APPELLATE DIVISION DOCKET NO. A-2505-04T1 A-2511-04T1 STATE OF NEW JERSEY, DEPARTMENT OF TREASURY, DIVISION OF INVESTMENT, by TREASURER JOHN E. McCORMAC, Plaintiff-Respondent, v. QWEST COMMUNICATIONS INTERNATIONAL, INC., JOSEPH P. NACCHIO, STEPHEN M. JACOBSEN, DRAKE S. TEMPEST, MARC B. WEISBERG, JAMES A. SMITH, AFSHIN MOHEBBI, LEWIS O. WILKS, CRAIG D. SLATER and ARTHUR ANDERSEN, LLP APPROVED FOR PUBLICATION August 18, 2006 APPELLATE DIVISION"   This appeal arises from an action commenced by the State of New Jersey, Department of Treasury, Division of Investment (NJT) to recover damages allegedly sustained as a consequence of a civil conspiracy to induce investments in stock issued by Qwest Communications International, Inc. (Qwest) through a series of fraudulent misrepresentations. We granted three individual, non-resident defendants, Philip E. Anschutz, Robert S. Woodruff and Robin R. Szeliga (collectively defendants), leave to appeal from an order denying their motions to dismiss for want of personal jurisdiction.
  • Rocky Mountain News Filing in Nacchio case adds more witnesses An amended federal court filing Wednesday listed eight additional individuals including Qwest founder Phil Anschutz who could be important to the government's insider- trading case against former CEO Joe Nacchio, if not potential witnesses.  The Justice Department doesn't want those on the so-called "embargoed list" to be deposed in separate civil fraud proceedings until the Nacchio criminal case, slated for trial next March, is completed.  Others named in the amended filing were former Qwest directors Craig Slater, Cannon Harvey, Craig Barrett and Vinod Khosla, and former executives Lew Wilks, Joel Arnold and James Smith.
Richard Mellon Scaife  go to: Christian right funding of conservative political agendas
Richard Mellon Scaife, source Salon ... he's changed his tune and now supports Hillary Clinton April 2008
  • More ID jokes:  well ... actually this is not a joke: The National Academy of Sciences and the American Association for the Advancement of Science both concluded that ID did NOT belong in public school science classes.  Supernatural claims are not testable.  and ... The Establishment Clause of the Constitution: Congress shall make no law respecting the establishment of religion,  more   so doesn't the effort to prove there's a God deny faith that there is a God?   Science and religion easily co-exist.  Its logical.  
Mel Gibson, Passion of the Christ...and the Discovery Institute
  • Wikipedia: Mel Gibson
  • "Passion" and "Narnia" both marketed by Motive Marketing  who specializes in cultivating Christian Audiences. Paul Lauer, hero myth, sweep, action and imagination...
  • Slate
  • New York Times from CuttingEdge
  • Slate  "long before he emerged as the spear-carrier for the sort of Catholicism once preached by Gen. Franco and the persecutors of Dreyfus, Mel Gibson attained a brief notoriety for his loud and crude attacks on gays...". Contiued
  • Watch Unto Prayer
Mel Gibson

search net: "Discovery Institute" "Mel Gibson" 

"The usually conservative movie star-director said he had been having 'doubts' about President George Bush" Sidney Morning Herald

"Usually a Bush supporter, Gibson said a lot of what the president had done during his term in office had been "good".  

Film International    "Passion".. phallic marketing product? Nine-inch-nail Phallic symbol?  and see


 War propagandists?  .....from the Corporate - Religious - Military   Complex
  • Sex and violence sells movies, promotes agendas
Funding the Culture Wars, The Gathering    TheocracyWatch Cornell UniversityDiscovery Institute promotes Chronicles of Narnia
Howard Ahmanson

on Board of Directors, Discovery Institute

Ahmanson, Diebold and the 2004 election Bushwatch

Bush, White House, pedophilia, scandals

he is a Christian Reconstructionist
  Ahmanson search terms: Ahmanson Ahmanson California Christian Clinton’s Council creationist Diebold Discovery Election ES&S far-Right fellowships Foundation Herald. Heritage Howard Independent infused insider Institute, investigations Iran-Contra Irvine Klan Lieutenant Mark. Mellon millions National North, originator, ownership philanthropists Policy, postdoctoral presidency) President Reagan Republican Richard right-wing Robert Roberta Scaife scandal science secretive Sequoia. Shoff. Singlaub Software suicide Systems think-tank, Times Todd Urosevich Vincent Watch, White William World writers
Pro war, Christian right funding of conservative political agendas
Council for National Policy  Sourcewatch  "The CNP, which meets three times a year, gathered ahead of the 2004 Republican National Convention. "The real crux of this is that these are the genuine leaders of the Republican Party, but they certainly aren't going to be visible on television next week," the executive director of Americans United for Separation of Church and State, Barry W. Lynn, told the New York Times  See Institute on Religion and Democracy, and  (Media Transparency) about IRD    and see Stop IRD


  And does the GOP have a problem with little boys ... maybe it goes back to the Spartans and the Greek civilization?  hmmm  ... Clinton problems were with women ...though  see Barney Frank / Larry Craig 

TheocracyWatch Cornell University

Why are Fundies so easy to fool.  If Bush / Rove could trick ya...anybody could.  .... or did they trick Bush into starting a war against Islam?  Apocalypse? Go to: Creation Museum Jokes


  • The people who endorse Intelligent Design also endorse the following:
  • Interfaith Stewardship Alliance  Fundamentalist Christian right wing (Bush) view of environmental issues: "....scientific evidence better supports the view that climate change in the past 30 to 150 years, as well as what may be projected with reasonable confidence into the foreseeable future, has been and will be: 
    • well within the bounds of natural variability, in which Earth’s climate has warmed and cooled cyclically throughout its history; 
    • largely natural in origin; 
    • unlikely to be catastrophic to humanity or the rest of the biosphere; 
    • not susceptible of significant reduction by any actions we take; 
    • far from the most serious threat to humanity and the rest of our environment. Further, we believe: 
    • the costs of achieving even tiny mitigation of future temperatures through any policy of greenhouse gas emissions reductions would far outweigh the benefits, and 
    • the benefits of adaptation to whatever temperatures the future brings–warmer or cooler (and geologic history assures us that they will be both)–can outweigh the costs." and printscreen and pdf  (for the record)
  • The environment is a 'lefty' distraction to the evangelical right... it 'distracts' from their brainwashing.   Racism and discrimination are alive and well.  (see more from Sen. Larry Craig and his 'family values' from the bathroom stall at the airport) Before he was discovered tapping his feet in the men's bathroom at the airport, Senator Larry Craig was considered a pillar of the 'conservative' white male Christian community and was highly instrumental shaping the  'conservative' agenda.  Craig and people like him have put this country in the position it is in.  Larry Craig probably supports Uncommon Descent and their idea of a joke ... its pretty funny really ... evolutionism.
  • Beware of these people: Rabbi Gary Perras, Temple Israel, Daytona Beach, Florida Ron D. Petitte, D.P.A., Director, Honors and Political Science Programs, Bryan College, Tennessee Dr. Joey Pipa, President, Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary, North Carolina Jay W. Richards, Research Fellow, Acton Institute for the Study of Religion and Liberty Rev. Gregory Lee Robertson, Interim Pastor, Loving Savior of the Hills Lutheran Church (LCMS), Chino Hills, California Dr. Robert Royal, President, Faith and Reason Institute , Dr. Herb Schlossberg, Senior Research Associate, Ethics and Public Policy Center, Rev. Louis P. Sheldon, Chairman, Traditional Values Coalition ,Rev. Robert Sirico, President, Acton Institute for the Study of Religion and Liberty, Dr. Frank J. Smith, Editor, Presbyterian International News Services, Dr. Roy W. Spencer, Principal Research Scientist, University of Alabama in Huntsville, Dr. Kenneth G. Talbot, President, Whitefield Theological Seminary, Florida, Dr. Timothy Terrell, Associate Professor of Economics, Wofford College, South Carolina, Rev. Dr. Jim Tonkowich, President, Institute on Religion and Democracy , Rev. Ralph Weitz, Stewardship Pastor, Immanuel Bible Church, Springfield, Virginia , Dr. Harry V. Wiant, Jr., Ibberson Chair in Forest Resources, Penn State University, David A. Williams, President, L.D. Advantage, Inc; Former Representative on NAE Social Action Commission , Alan Wisdom, Interim President, Institute on Religion and Democracy, Dennis Oliver Woods, Headmaster, ClassicalFree Virtual Academy
  • In 2002, 2004 and 2006 ... nearly 80% of evangelical Christians voted for Bush, while 95% of African-Americans refused to vote for Bush... Do the math.  Bush could not have launched the Iraq War without the support of the evangelical Christian right and is leading this country and the world into dangerous paths of which we are only now discovering.  
  • Karl Rove didn't 'make' them support Bush.  He knew he had a willing and able audience for his dirty tricks.  The sheep willingly followed him.  Period.
  • Boycott ABC, Boycott NBC, Boycott CBS, Boycott Fox, Boycott CNN.
  • Sen. James Inhofe, global warming:  file   and  Sen. Inhofe also noted that the Congressional Budget Office had recently released a report titled "Trade-Offs in Allocating Allowances for CO2 Emissions" that found a carbon dioxide allocation scheme would disproportionately harm the poor. The Senator referred such a scheme as "Robin Hood" in reverse.  ...  Inhofe cited a quote from Barrett Duke, Vice President of the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention, who cautioned that we should avoid global warming policies that "make the delivery of electricity to [undeveloped countries] more difficult, millions of people will be condemned to more hardship, more disease, shorter lives and more poverty."  and  The Senator then offered his own Biblical perspective regarding global warming, saying that we "should respect creation and be wise stewards, but we must be careful not to fall into the trap of secular environmentalists who believe man is an afterthought on this Earth." For good measure, he quoted Romans 1:25: "They gave up the truth about God for a lie, and they worshiped God's creation instead of God who will be praised forever. Amen." National Center  In other words, environmentalists and the care of the environment are a distraction from the evangelicals ability to 'control the message'  and more IRD BS.
  • CBO report 2005  In addressing climate change, researchers and policymakers face various sources of uncertainty. The potential stakes in making policy choices are high: although emissions restrictions could impose significant costs, many experts believe that, if left unchecked, emissions could ultimately lead to costly damages.    and Uncertainty in Analyzing Climate Change: Policy Implications, 2006 ... This uncertainty flies in the face of overwhelming evidence from scientists who say that global warming caused by human activity is a FACT.  It is the conservative religious influence on the Congress that is pushing the 'uncertainty' argument.   
  • Institute for Religion and Democracy, Global Warming skeptics list  file  and pic  But what is the evidence that mankind is responsible for our present warmth, and is that warmth necessarily a bad thing? Could the warmth have a natural explanation? And would a loving God give us an Earth that is so sensitive that our use of the fuels He has provided us could so easily alter the climate system? ... I hope this paper will help you to better understand, contrary to what you might have heard from various media outlets, that the scientific theory of manmade global warming is based upon faith as much as it is upon the scientific evidence.
  • MediaTransparency, IRD connections graphic

The Corporate - Religious - Military Complex -Christofascism? and global warming denial. (below)

 Anschutz, Scaife, Gibson, Ahmanson



Intelligent Design Jokes, common terms: Bush supports teaching ID alongside the theory of evolution, but ID is quackery, repackaged creationism, Bush's disdain for the scientific method, and a preference for faith over fact, but ... is it his ignorance also of philosophy and culture.  Kansas provides plenty of jokes about ID, and argue that evolution can't explain all facets of life and in particular, the microbiological world.  ... and they've come up with this notion of irreducible complexity, chance could not have created life ... there must be an 'intelligent designer'... buy they can't name 'him' or 'it' longer science.  They distance themselves from a 'Biblical designer' for obvious reasons, ... but if you really investigate the situation, the ranks of ID folk are a vast majority of evangelical Christian ministries....except for the top echelon... they are secular business people.  They hope we won't notice...funny thing, even hilarious, can't stop laughing, split a gut. humor beyond belief. see Ambivolog for more  and of course there's Venganza and the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster ... they have news, a pastafarian?, noodle, a pirates vs. global warming temperature chart, a pirate fish, fish emblem, a hell sucks poster, a 'touched by "His Noodly Appendage" new design, and of course the Gospel of the FSM,             more below
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More Intelligent Design Jokes terminology: There is really silly stuff ... and serious stuff:  why is the organ responsible for hearing would also house a mechanism for balance?... why are our jaws too small for our (wisdom) teeth? ... the human body has many kludges, failures, chronic problems and imperfections.  Many creatures have design flaws, like the panda's thumb, the vestigial wings of flightless birds, whale hip bones, the parthenogenetic lizards (genus Cnemdophorus), many make-dos, weird adaptations, re-works, backups, whosits, letstrythatagains, ... misdesigns are proof of evolution actually, they survived because the animal survived despite the problem.  ...  How about human embryo tails?  fetal teeth in whales that never erupt ... flounders with both eyes on one side of the head.  Hollow bones in Penguins, horses still have bones inside hoof to support three toes.  Human babies heads are nearly too big for birth, pain, alot of pain, ... its the anatomy, physics, and physiology of the beast, ... back pain comes from the fact that the spinal chord evolved to support horizontal creatures, and what about the knee joint... the neck is just not built well enough to support a large head ... shaken baby syndrome ... and the male urethra passes through the prostrate gland which can choke its flow ... not good.  Because the testes drop a soft spot in the abdominal wall is formed increasing the risk of a hernia, ... and what about using the same orifice for procreation and elimination? ... women's monthy cycle is a real winner...right.  
Turkish Muslim Creationist Book?
  • Turkish Muslim Creationist Book? Atlas of Creation, attacks Darwinism as "the true source of terrorism", 
  • their is definitely some great intelligent design joke material here....just has to percolate a while.
  • New York Times the French have rejected Harun Yahya's book Atlas of Creation, ... pen name of Adnan Oktar? ... Islamic teacher, or consortium of fundamentalist authors,  blames 'survival of the fittest for racism, Nazism, communism and terrorism, says it's tied to atheism materialism, is the book a source of inspiration for American evangelicals in their opposition to progressive seculars?  enemy, friends.... you know.  
  • Washington Post blog
The Pope and Intelligent Design
Guardian "Pope prepares to embrace theory of intelligent design ... There have been growing signs the Pope is considering aligning his church more closely with the theory of "intelligent design" taught in some US states. Advocates of the theory argue that some features of the universe and nature are so complex that they must have been designed by a higher intelligence. Critics say it is a disguise for creationism.   ...  A prominent anti-evolutionist and Roman Catholic scientist, Dominique Tassot, told the US National Catholic Reporter that this week's meeting was "to give a broader extension to the debate. Even if [the Pope] knows where he wants to go, and I believe he does, it will take time. Most Catholic intellectuals today are convinced that evolution is obviously true because most scientists say so." In 1996, in what was seen as a capitulation to scientific orthodoxy, John Paul II said Darwin's theories were "more than a hypothesis".   more search terms: Cardinal Christopher Schoenborn of Austria, Schulerkreis, Austrian Academy of Sciences, Peter Schuster, the conservative ethical philosopher Robert Spaemann, 

and MSNBC Nov. 2005  "TOPEKA, Kan. - Risking the kind of nationwide ridicule it faced six years ago, the Kansas Board of Education approved new public-school science standards Tuesday that cast doubt on the theory of evolution.  ...  The 6-4 vote was a victory for “intelligent design” advocates who helped draft the standards. Intelligent design holds that the universe is so complex that it must have been created by a higher power."

The board has recently changed back again (New York Times)  but the story is not over.

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The above pic is a joke?  see latest news

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  • (1):  What is the statistical probability of having a sex organ as long as the body?  ABOVE
  • (2): What is the statistical probability that Intelligent Design has a paradigmatic and empirical confirmation of the explanatory claims of intimately recognizable experimentability so as to ascertain its ability to confirm design intelligibilityness and retrodictive historicality?  MORE
  • (3): "Proof of Intelligent Design": What is the statistical probability that a porn star would play 'Adam' in a real museum featuring the biblical account of creation? It could only be ID   MORE
  • (4) Is the Creation Museum itself 'Proof of Intelligent Design'MORE
  • (5) Isn't 'Intelligent Design' 'Proof of 'Intelligent Design''?   No MORE
  • Creationist jokes, more search terms: FAQ, principle evidence is the holy bible which you don't question, that's intelligent, God is author of the Universe, but you can't ignore science, are they compatible concepts, source of jokes, ....lots of jokes about  Noah's ark was big.  What does radioactive dating have to do with Christian girls?  And what about fossil evidence?  What about Antarctic ice cores?  Did dinosaurs coexist with men?  Age of the earth and the Geologic Column are top and bottom.  Is Laboratory evolution demonstrated?   and what about Hawiian walabies examples of the same kind.  Do professors say  the Neanderthal man an old geezer?  Is the earth's molten interior hell of eternal fire and brimstone?  It's all a satanic conspiracy because of liberal humanists and godless communists with open minds.  ....... These references to creationist jokes are meant to be offenseive to Christians.  We are on the offense against the great American War machine, that is completely tied to making cannon fodder out our children, especially fundamentalist Christians in the South, uneducated, easily entertained, easily bamboozled, This site is about trying to stop the Iraq War and the put in jail the people who started it.  The fundamentalist Christians, more than any other group voted for Bush and therefore are completely complicit in starting that war.  Huckabee is no fool, he knows he's getting the Nascar crowd through Norris, ... he compared the presidential race to a Nascar race.  The first laps are important, he's got a 'good' car and its dialed in to shake and bake, dinosaurs are only 5000 years old, and Jesus rode in a brontosaurus.  No turds here.  Its no joke that he wants to overturn Roe v. Wade, says no to universal healthcare, wants a constitutional amendment to ban gay marriage and will continue the islamophobic 'war on terror'.

  • To be fair, we should mention some of the proponents of ID ... Michael Behe, William Dembski, Guillermo Gonzalez, Steve Meyer, Jay Richards, Jonathan Wells, Jonathan Witt.  They mention the contemporary physicists:  Arno Penzias, Owen Gingerich, Paul Davies, John Mather, George Smoot.  and in the same breath talk about teleological or purposeful cause.  ... Ratzinger (I mean Pope Benedict) called it "creative reason".  It is predictable that IDrs would call the newly discovered ripples in cosmic background radiation 'fingerprints from the Maker',  ... It is like they think they have the right to describe those details as if it really mattered what they called them.  ... as if they elevated their own importance to a universal dimension.

  • Research fundamentalist Christian roots to 'Intelligent Design'
  • Microsoft, and other corporate connections
  • Discovery Institute Mission Statement has no mention of religion, but look at the real facts.
  • In court battles they have to deny any Creationism connection
  • and see Hudson Institute links to Discovery Institute
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Slate continued  This may seem like an oblique way in which to approach Mel Gibson's ghastly movie The Passion. But it came back to me this week that an associate of his had once told me, in lacerating detail, that an evening with Mel was one long fiesta of boring but graphic jokes about anal sex. I've since had that confirmed by other sources. And, long before he emerged as the spear-carrier for the sort of Catholicism once preached by Gen. Franco and the persecutors of Dreyfus, Mel Gibson attained a brief notoriety for his loud and crude attacks on gays. Now he's become the proud producer of a movie that relies for its effect almost entirely on sadomasochistic male narcissism. The culture of blackshirt and brownshirt pseudomasculinity, as has often been pointed out, depended on some keen shared interests. Among them were massively repressed homoerotic fantasies, a camp interest in military uniforms, an obsession with flogging and a hatred of silky and effeminate Jews. Well, I mean to say, have you seen Mel's movie?

I think that it's a healthy sign for our society that so many Jews have decided to be calm and unoffended by the film, and that so many Christians say they don't feel any worse about Jews after having seen it. We have a social consensus where Jews feel more secure and Christians less insecure. Good. But this does not alter the fact that The Passion is anti-Semitic in intention and its director anti-Semitic by nature. Some people including myself think that Abe Foxman and the Anti-Defamation League are too easily prone to charge the sin of anti-Semitism. But if someone denies the Holocaust one day and makes a film accusing Jews of Christ-killing the next day, I have to say that if he's not anti-Jewish then he's certainly getting there.

  • Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations, Harold Tanner, James Tisch, Mort Zuckerman, Mel Salberg, Lester Pollack, Shoshana Cardin, Ken Bialkin ... dangerous, arrogant, warlike.
  • Council for National Policy   Jack Abramoff, Howard Ahmanson Council for National Policy, (Sourcewatch)
  • Above: from Britain's Channel 4, release of a fictional British movie drama:, Death of a President, a made-for-tv film depicting a Bush assassination, all creating headaches for the National Security Agency in their trolling of the internet and phone conversations.  Channel Four is planning on another Blair fictional war crimes movie also. 
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Intelligent Design Jokes .... Creation Museum Jokes   ....  and some not-so-funny 'stuff'

The Creation Museum .... Marketing Christianity with dinosaurs ... go to Creation Museum Jokes page....or is it the Theocracy Museum?

Randy Travis, Bush, War supporter


Notes: Believers claim religion is natural human activity in response to reality of supernatural world and divine revelation.  Academia see it as part of a cultural evolution, a human response to stimuli.  the researchers view is at odds with the direct experience of the actors, a wide gap between the observers language and the observed. When the actors observes devotion, the researcher sees underlying motives, causes which are economic, political and maybe personal, things the actors may not be aware of as the true forces behind the behavior.  The researcher compelled to go beyond the actors personal accounts. Unconscious motives.  How do historians explain the Reformation or Crusades, but through undeclared human needs.  more  

REALITY: Spiked Online Creationism, Pluralism and the Compromising of Science, by Joel Kaplinsky.

"On examination intelligent design's only novelty turns out to be not a grounding in science, but a promotional strategy. Its supposed scientific legitimacy rests on the work of biochemist Michael Behe and mathematician William Dembski. However, neither Behe nor Dembski (nor anyone else) have published on intelligent design in peer reviewed journals. This is unsurprising, since their work is nothing but rehashes of old creationist arguments." and IDEA rebuttal

Flock of Dodos AP      Sarkar Lab jokes

Above: The pic is a joke?....but see Guardian & more on page 8

Is Global Warming and attacking Iran welcomed by Evangelical Christians as the End?  or see ECI



Jesus didn't need a marketing machine.

Go to research on Christian Theme Parks



LiveScience Top Ten Intelligent Design (Creation Myths)

Goto: the Bible and Big Business / Profits research

All social and historical research considers unconscious motives. The rise of Bhuddism (rather than Hinduism) in India 2500 years ago is explained through the course of better satisfaction of political and economic needs of the ruler class.  Coincidence of interests between tenant farmers and clergy helped spread Catholicism, Ireland.  There are similar underlying forces enabling a surge in fundamentalist Christianity in the U. S.  But massive differences in communication technology have allowed insignificant trends to be over exaggerated and significant  forces to be quelled, but the underlying basic needs are still being appealed to.
Not-so-funny news..................and see   TheocracyWatch
Voters oust school board that backed intelligent design.     More News New York Times: Evolution Debate  Science & Theology News
Intelligent Design: a political challenge to evolution, a comedy or tragedy?  Dembski: in court-he says no creationism, religion, just science.....but see Southern Baptist Convention press  More News

not funny:  Acton Institute: Three New Testament Roots of Economic Liberty by Howard Ahmanson, on Board of Directors,  Discovery Institute     More News

Wedge Document: "Design theory promises to reverse the stifling dominance of the materialist worldview, and to replace it with a science consonant with Christian and theistic convictions."  More News

  See Answers in Genesis for more 'authoritative' information on: aliens / ufo's, 'proof' of creation, apemen, arguments creationists should not use, Nazism, Embryonic Recapitulation, Joshua's long day, vestigal organs, Wooly mammoths, and GOD, (Him).  Sorry, no info on Hummers.

Theocracy Museum ...oh, sorry, we mean Creation Museum ...go to page 12 Creation Museum Jokes



Creation Museum, Patrick Marsh, creator of Jaws and King Kong attractions at Universal Studios, recruited by Ken Ham.   Seattle Times  What would Jesus Think...?

Truth is Stranger Than Fiction, These are Not Jokes Pope Benedict "Intelligent Project"....Cheney: Office of Special Projects ?
  • Kansas conservatives:  "English was created directly by God five hundred years ago at the start of the Great Vowel Shift..." more  "But this triggered a backlash, and they lost control of the board (State Board of Education) , which repealed the guidelines"....This really happened.
  • Great Vowel Shift  and Margaret Marks
"Pope Benedict waded  indirectly into the evolution debate by saying the universe was made by an "intelligent project" and criticizing those who in the name of science say its creation was without direction or order."  above source: Yahoo News and see Schonborn: Intelligent Design based on 'reason' not science.
Bush: "Here's how you spell Kansas: K-A-N-S-A-S" and later he'll ask about women's rights classes.



MSNBC Bush remarks supporting teaching ID in public schools: " ... school children should be taught about "intelligent design",  ID should be taught alongside evolution as competing theories, ...  so people can understand what the debate is about, ...  but no scientific evidence to support ID and no educational basis for teaching it, ...  ID is a cleverly marketed effort to introduce Christian religious thinking,  ...  his remarks heartened conservatives who have been asking school boards and legislatures to teach students there are gaps in evolutionary theory and explain that life's complexity is evidence of a guiding hand." ...  Gary Bauer "With the President endorsing it, at the very least it makes Americans who have that position more respectable, for lack of a better phrase."  John G. West (Discovery Institute) "President Bush is to be commended..."  Opponents call ID creationism in a cheap tuxedo, ... no legitimate debate, ...  the fundamentalist right has taken over much of the Republican Party



Creation Science Museums big three   sorry Museum of Earth History ... you're not 'scientific' enough. MORE


Voters oust school board that backed intelligent design.. USA Today           top
Pa. voters oust school board that backed intelligent design

DOVER, Pa. (AP) — Voters came down hard Tuesday on school board members who ordered a statement on intelligent design read in biology class, ousting eight Republicans and replacing them with Democrats who want the concept stripped from the science curriculum.

The election unfolded amid a landmark federal trial involving the Dover public schools and the question of whether intelligent design promotes the Bible's view of creation. Eight Dover families sued, saying it violates the constitutional separation of church and state. (Related story: Kansas can teach intelligent design)

Dover's school board adopted a policy in October 2004 that requires ninth-graders to hear a prepared statement about intelligent design before learning about evolution in biology class.

Eight of the nine school board members were up for election Tuesday. They were challenged by a slate of Democrats who argued that science class was not the appropriate forum for teaching intelligent design. (Related story: What would Darwin think?)

"My kids believe in God. I believe in God. But I don't think it belongs in the science curriculum the way the school district is presenting it," said Jill Reiter, 41, a bank teller who joined a group of high school students waving signs supporting the challengers Tuesday.

A spokesman for the winning slate of candidates has said they wouldn't act hastily and would consider the outcome of the court case. The judge expects to rule by January; the new school board members will be sworn in Dec. 5.

School board member David Napierskie, who lost Tuesday, said the vote wasn't just about ideology.

"Some people felt intelligent design shouldn't be taught and others were concerned about having tax money spent on the lawsuit," he said.

Intelligent design holds that the universe is so complex that it must have been created by some kind of higher force. The statement read to students says Charles Darwin's theory is "not a fact" and has inexplicable "gaps."

A similar controversy has erupted in Kansas, where the state Board of Education on Tuesday approved science standards for public schools that cast doubt on the theory of evolution. The 6-4 vote was a victory for intelligent design advocates who helped draft the standards.

=go to NFU pages                   Hagee, McCain, Catholics                 top   
  • Alternet
  • Catholics United for an End to the War in Iraq
  • Catholics United  On Ash Wednesday, February 6th Catholics for an End to the War in Iraq delivered ashes to the White House and prayed for forgiveness. The use of ashes at the White House is a sign of atonement for President Bush’s war in Iraq, his continued support of torture and for his squandering of our nation’s moral leadership in the world. Read more in The Connecticut Day or in the Austin American-Statesman.
  • Dorothy Day (November 8, 1897 – November 29, 1980) was an American journalist turned social activist and devout member of the Catholic Church. She became known for her social justice campaigns in defense of the poor, forsaken, hungry and homeless. Day, with Peter Maurin, founded the Catholic Worker Movement in 1933, espousing nonviolence, and hospitality for the impoverished and downtrodden Wikipedia  also research: Edward Bellamy, Tony Benn, Phillip Berryman, Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Tori Negri, Leo Tolstoy, Mary Ward, Liberation Theology, Precarity
  • Catholic Worker Dorothy Day Biography, 
  • Huffington Post Senator John McCain is still defending his acceptance of an endorsement from megachurch pastor John Hagee -- who has called the Catholic Church "the Great Whore," and accused it of inspiring Adolf Hitler to initiate the Holocaust.
  • Art Laffin, a long-time activist and organizer with the Dorothy Day Catholic Worker
  • Nelson-Pallmeyer Jack , peace activist  Minnesota, also ran for Senate seat against Al Franken.
  • Progressive Theology Science and the Bible.
  • Salon  The Catholic League demanded that McCain repudiate Hagee and his endorsement, just as Barack Obama did earlier this week with Louis Farrakhan (despite the fact that Obama, unlike McCain with Hagee, never sought out or accepted Farrakhan's endorsement).  Earlier today, I interviewed the Catholic League's President, Bill Donohue, regarding the profound anti-Catholic bigotry routinely displayed by Hagee and what John McCain's embrace of such a bigoted figure says about the presidential candidate
    • Summary: 
    • McCain and Hagee revive an old important issue: the Nazis and the Catholic Church
    • Just won't go away, I wonder why?
  • Political Wire  In an interview with Arizona Daily Star editors, Sen. John McCain endorsed teaching "intelligent design" in the nation's schools because "he believes 'all points of view' should be available to students studying the origins of mankind."
  •   Maciel, founder of the Legionaries of Christ Wikipedia  child molester ..."Legionaries take vows never to speak ill of him or their other superiors and to report any member who does."  More concerned about their image than the children they abuse.  More on Maciel child sex abuse cover-up
  • Papamoka Straight Talk
  • Randi, James, Nazi  Catholic jokes Hitler comes to the Jews and says, “I’ll play you a record!” Jews: “Which one?” Hitler: “Concrete!!!”  The joke for Croats here is supposed to be with the word ‘record’, because the word “PLOCA” in Croatian has a double meaning: one a record (as in LP), which is what is SAID in the saying, and the other, a TABLET, something you put on a grave, which is what is MEANT by the saying.
  • Wikipedia Antichrist anti-Christ

  • CIN Catholic Information Network search
  • Senator John McCain was asked today about the criticism he has taken for speaking highly of Rev. John Hagee.  His initial response was to say that he was “very proud” of Hagee’s “spiritual leadership,”
  • Catholic News Agency
  • Catholics United Hagee suggests that Hitler’s attendance at a Catholic grade school produced Hitler’s anti-Semitic world view. This rhetoric is part of a pattern of behavior employed by Pastor Hagee to discredit the Catholic faith.
  • Christian Coalition
  • Christian Monitor  The Republican presidential candidate, Mike Huckabee, has been garnering attention in the media with his surge in political polls. However, a campaign stop this Sunday by Huckabee at a mega-church whose pastor sees Hitler as linked to the Catholic Church, could soon steal the spotlight.
  • Boycott ABC
  • Christian News Today
  • CNN Glen Beck, Hagee Watch ... Is Obama the anti-Christ?
  •     "The Concordat effectively legitimized Hitler and the Nazi government to the eyes of Catholicism, Christianity, and the world. ..." holocaust ... Ratzinger's father bitter enemy of Nazism, drafted into German anti-aircraft corp, infantry, deserted, in a POW camp, reentered seminary with brother Georg, 
  • CUFI, McCain endorsement, Is John Hagee the antichrist?
  • New York Times Religious leaders of nearly every denomination and faith have condemned an American attack on Iraq. Only the Southern Baptist Convention and some evangelical and Pentecostal leaders have rallied behind the president. Jewish leaders are deeply split.
  • Research: Right wing military dictators and Ratzinger, and South America, Pinochet.  anti communism
  • Alternet How can a man who claims that, "Hollywood is controlled by secular Jews who hate Christianity in general and Catholicism in particular"... ever pass as the guardian of religious tolerance? More to the point: how can a lazy mainstream media not call such a man on his intolerance and hypocrisy? - wondered Lawyer and Stem Cell Research activist Frank Cocozelli, about Catholic League head William Donohue. Soon after Cocozelli's musing, Donohue's public rampage over a life sized bittersweet chocolate sculpture of Jesus raised questions about the Catholic League's attendance to its basic organizational mission. Recently, sharply anti-Catholic statements and writings, from rising Christian right leader and CUFI founder Pastor John Hagee, have placed responsibility for the Holocaust heavily on the Roman Catholic Church, to no outcry from either Donohue or the Catholic League, and both also remained silent as GOP House Representative Tom Tancredo voiced public support for a conspiracy theory alleging a vast, shadowy Catholic plot to culturally dominate America.
  • Randi, James forum: If one remembers that the Croatian Ustaše did a lovely little Final Solution Light on Serbs, gypsies and others, to the tune of about 300,000 to 1,000,000 (considerable disagreement among historians about that) this comes as little surprise to me. and more ///  Blessed Alojzije (Aloysius) Viktor Cardinal Stepinac (May 8, 1898 – February 10, 1960) was a Croatian Catholic Prelate. He was Archbishop of Zagreb from 1937 to 1960 and Cardinal. He was convicted by the authorities in 1946 for collaborating with the Ustaše, spending the rest of his life in prison and house arrest. Considered a martyr, the Catholic Church beatified him in 1998.  Wikipedia Ustase
  • Catholic Worker Another Catholic Worker stress was the civil rights movement. As usual Day wanted to visit people who were setting an example and therefore went to Koinonia, a Christian agricultural community in rural Georgia where blacks and whites lived peacefully together. The community was under attack when Day visited in 1957. One of the community houses had been hit by machine-gun fire and Ku Klux Klan members had burned crosses on community land. Day insisted on taking a turn at the sentry post. Noticing an approaching car had reduced its speed, she ducked just as a bullet struck the steering column in front of her face. Concern with the Church's response to war led Day to Rome during the Second Vatican Council, an event Pope John XXIII hoped would restore "the simple and pure lines that the face of the Church of Jesus had at its birth." In 1963 Day was one 50 "Mothers for Peace" who went to Rome to thank Pope John for his encyclical Pacem in Terris. Close to death, the pope couldn't meet them privately, but at one of his last public audiences blessed the pilgrims, asking them to continue their labors.
  • More on Hagee and  McCain ...   "Going in and out of biblical verse, Hagee preached: "'And they the hunters should hunt them,' that will be the Jews. 'From every mountain and from every hill and from out of the holes of the rocks.' If that doesn't describe what Hitler did in the holocaust you can't see that."  ...  He goes on: "Theodore Hertzel is the father of Zionism. He was a Jew who at the turn of the 19th century said, this land is our land, God wants us to live there. So he went to the Jews of Europe and said 'I want you to come and join me in the land of Israel.' So few went that Hertzel went into depression. Those who came founded Israel; those who did not went through the hell of the holocaust. ...  "Then god sent a hunter. A hunter is someone with a gun and he forces you. Hitler was a hunter. And the Bible says—Jeremiah writing—'They shall hunt them from every mountain and from every hill and from the holes of the rocks,' meaning there's no place to hide. And that might be offensive to some people but don't let your heart be offended. I didn't write it, Jeremiah wrote it. It was the truth and it is the truth. How did it happen? Because God allowed it to happen. Why did it happen? Because God said my top priority for the Jewish people is to get them to come back to the land of Israel."


'Intelligent Design and Creation Museum News       top      
  • Evolving in Kansas  Discovery Institute Fellow Guillermo, was not recommended for tenure at Iowa State University,  Intelligent Design a factor? 
  • Yahoo "Scientists Wade into Evolution Dispute ...  COLUMBUS, Ohio - Alarmed by attacks on evolution in the classroom, a group of scientists has recruited a candidate of its own for the Ohio Board of Education.  The scientists, calling themselves Help Ohio Public Education, are backing former Rep. Tom Sawyer, D-Ohio, over Republican incumbent Deborah Owens Fink, who has pushed for students in science class to be taught information for and against evolution." 
  • Guardian "Pope prepares to embrace theory of intelligent design  ... There have been growing signs the Pope is considering aligning his church more closely with the theory of "intelligent design" taught in some US states."
  • Common Dreams "Evolution Major Vanishes From Approved Federal List  ... Evolutionary biology has vanished from the list of acceptable fields of study for recipients of a federal education grant for low-income college students ...The list of eligible majors (which is online at is drawn from the Education Department’s “Classification of Instructional Programs,” or CIP (pronounced “sip”) more search terms: American Association of Colegieate Registrars and Admissions Officers, Barmack Nassirian, National Smart Grant, 26.1303, 
  • New York Times Aug 06 Evolution’s Backers in Kansas Mount a Counterattack  ... search terms: moderate Republicans and Democrats mounting counterattack to State Board of Education pro-ID standards. Power has shifted on this board in almost every election since 1998.   Gov. Kathleen Sebelius, 
  • Flock of Dodos, movie
  • Intelligent Design "not science", Vatican Paper. Reuters
  • AP California school sued of Intelligent Design class... "Frazier Mountain High in Lebec violated the separation of church and state ...introduced the class as a philosophy course called 'Philosophy of Design'.  Eleven parents filed the suit against the El Tehon Unified School District.  The class is taught by Sharon Lemburg, whose husband is an Assembly of God pastor.  
  • Common Dreams "Judge Rules Against Pa. Biology Curriculum" "Said the judge: "It is ironic that several of these individuals, who so staunchly and proudly touted their religious convictions in public, would time and again lie to cover their tracks and disguise the real purpose behind the ID Policy."   FULL STORY
  • UC Berkeley sued by couple who say the school's evolution sight strays improperly into religion.  Jeanne and Larry Caldwell,   AP file
  • Illustra Media Unlocking the Mystery of Illustra Media, National Center for Science Education, Moody Institute of Science, Christian videos.
  • Cheney 1992, in speech to the Discovery Institute: Seattle Post Intelligencer, Command Post
  • "The search for signs of Intelligent Design in the Universe" ars technica
  • John Templeton Foundation not an ID supporter....its a 'waste of time"  stcync
  • Motive Marketing  and Argentine Lake Duck has a '17" penis More below
Research Links

Condoleeza Rice will be in court in August on AIPAC, Franklin, Rosen, Weisman indictments.  She told them much more than Franklin did.





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Discovery Institute, Religious and Corporate connections (they claim its not a creationist organization ...but?)
  • Pro-Bush Ministries, Churches, Christian Universities....etc.
  • Microsoft, and other corporate connections
  • Discovery Institute Mission Statement has no mention of religion, but see below religious connections.
  • In court battles they have to deny any Creationism connection, but see below many religious connections.
  • and see Hudson Institute links to Discovery Institute
Ken Ham.... "the president of Answers in Genesis feels it is necessary to point out that intelligent design is not a Christian movement - and Christians need to be aware of that, he says. " source: Crosswalk but see below....the religious roots of the Discovery Institute.
      WMR  Obama neocon links  Carter                                    and go to Norris / Huckabee Extremism & Jokes page

Dr. Norris Chuckabee

  • AAAS,  Science, medicine and tech research centers
  • ACLU American Civil Liberties Union
  • Americans United for Separation of Church and State news.
  • go to the NFU Creation Museum Jokes page, Dr. Norris Chuckabee will present an updated seminar on dinosaur / human martial arts combat ...originally presented in 3278 B.C. near a creek in Arizona that  became the Grand Canyon just a few years after that memorable performance.  ... coming soon. moreshowing during the intermission is George Bush Takes a Poop You Tube, DNA secrets wafted,  by WMR
  • Antiwar, Huckabee Horror  (Iran attack debate questions to Huckabee and Romney) ..."Governor Romney, that raises the question, if you were president of the United States, would you need to go to Congress to get authorization to take military action against Iran's nuclear facilities?" "MATTHEWS: If Congress says no, what do you do, Governor? "HUCKABEE: You do what's best for the American people and you suffer the consequences…."
  • Armstrong, Karen Armstrong, Bill Moyers interview transcripts Islam, Christianity
  • Atlantic Ross Douthat, Christian Culture Wars
  • CarpetBaggerReport "As recently as 2000, Bob Jones III wrote an open letter that referred to both Catholicism and Mormonism as “cults which call themselves Christian.” And yet, seven years later, a top official at the conservative, fundamentalist Bob Jones University is throwing his political support to Mormon presidential hopeful Mitt Romney" where's the exorcists when you need them?
  • Carter, Jimmy, some GOP compare Huckabee to Carter,  
  • Center for Science in the Public Interest .
  • notes: a new 'wedge document' may be surfacing on the internet ...  (Discovery Institute original)  and into the Intelligent Design controversy  .... It probably centers around the concept that human beings were created in the image of Chuck Norris and that Chuck Norris is the 'unmentioned' God in ID Theory.  New techniques to combat the devastating social consequences of materialism will be introduced to attack Darwinism, they may be planning a surge-like invasion of robot-like action figures with special martial arts skills, crosses and the necessary credentials to belong to the World Combat League.  stay tuned.
  • Over 4,000 U. S. troops killed, 30,000 wounded and at least 1 million Iraqis killed, ...  all died in vain... for no reason, other than Bush's 'plans' for the Middle East. Its common knowledge that there were no WMD.  We must work as hard as we can to stop this criminal activity ... now. ... freedom agenda is predatory capitalism
  • Donklephant 
  • Eureka Alert: news service, Huckabee said homosexuality could "pose a dangerous public health risk."  more NFU AIDS page, who's Mike Huckleberry, is the Bible a source of scientific knowledge ... does the ID hoax complicate the debate over evolution?
  • FreedomInOurTime
  • Golden Compass, a definite Chuck Norris disapproval, digg innocent children's inspirational movie, Nicole Kidman, Daniel Craig, anti-Christian, Harry Potter-like, Chronicles of Narnia, accused of being anti-religion, pro-atheism, 
  • Huffington Post, New Hampshire and South Carolina primaries,
  • Illusory Tenant Teach "Intelligent Design", sez Huckabee, he's annoyed by questions, on complex and orderly features of the universe, designer? thrown to the lions, it was the Greeks (Epicurus), then the Romans, then the Christians ... please inform Sherri Sheppard. 
  • Interfaith Alliance alternative voice to religious right   new NFU term evolutiaphobia, 
  • Is George Bush a Moonie
  • Landover Babtist Church, Jar Jar Binks, masturbation.   (haha)
  • Liberation Theology, Rev. Jon Sobrino, a Spanish Jesuit
  • Jews, Christians and Muslims for Peace  Miami Herald
  • Military Religious Freedom committed file
  • National Center for Science Education (NCSE) is a nonprofit organization working to defend the teaching of evolution against sectarian attack. The group is committed to defending the teaching of evolution.  Biologists, critics of ID, Dover Area School District, 
  • NCSE "Why much of what Jonathan Wells writes about evolution is wrong ... 
  • New Mexicans for Science and Reason, "Know Your Creationist Candidates" debate "is there anybody on the stage that does not agree, believe in evolution? Brownback, Huckabee and Tancredo raised their hands.
  • New Yorker Devolution, 
  • Nigh, Bill, could kick CN's ass.
  • No Beliefs how religious, political...spark violence
  • NPR  former President Jimmy Carter's book 'Our Endangered Values "Blurring the line between church and state threatens civil liberties and privacy" 
  • Panda'sThumb search NCBCPS, Texas Freedom Network report, Mark Chancey,  professor of Biblical Studies, Southern Methodist University,
  • Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life news, surveys, links, how does the Scopes Trial relate? ...  
  • People for the American Way, Wolf in Sheep's Clothing, NCBCPS, "We're just trying to expose the kids to the biblical Christian Worldview..." curriculum rejected in North Kansas City, Missouri, Midland Texas, Peoria Illinois., Huckaweewee.
  • PinkNew.UK
  • Progressive Theology Science and the Bible.
  • RawStory terms: no chin, beard, Norris as cult icon, Walker Texas Ranger, roundhouse kicks, Barry Gabrewski, sidekick, protect our second amendment rights, put the IRS out of business, 
  • Religious Tolerance sexual abuse by Catholic clergy, info
  • RightWingWatch, Huck's climb started at the Value Voters Debate,  Value Voter Summit, shucks, is he an ideologue, intolerant, 
  • Riverside Church
  • Jefferson and Madison feared the corrupting effects of a religiously-dominated government.  ... obligation to maintain neutrality of government, ... should the government run faith-based social programs?  First Amendment, articles of peace, 
  • Sen. Paul Wellstone 1944-2002 Murdered, plane crash. Opposed Bush / Neocons / Israeli Zionists,  Change in Senate power enabled Iraq War. NTSB whitewash.  see Bush body count
  • Texas Kaos Progressive blog, Huckabee, GOP savior, Mr. Delta Force saves, Secretary of Defense job, 
  • Tarpley, Webster ... Bush 2 Warburg Hitler
  • Tatuskofam confusion about definitions of a theory, hypothesis: ... hypothesis is an assumption on a given set of evidence, a theory is derived from one or more proven hypotheses and can be disproven... so ID is not a theory ... and cannot be disproved and has not made any valid argument to disprove evolution, ... ID is a philosophical idea, a hypothesis at best, that has not been proven, ID is a non-scientific argument, and should not be taught in philosophy courses that work with scientific processes of hypothesis testing.
  • Chuckabee 08 ... Huckabee Norris ticket, see video, Mike's got the balls to get rid of the IRS, MissNinjaUSA.
  • Wonkette Norris endorses Huckabee, Ninja dropkicks Hillary, fanfare, Huck isn't a tutu-wearing Mexican pussy, might makes right, Walker, Texas Ranger taught that all bad guys eventually get their asses kicked, how does that square with turn the other cheek?
  • Notes: Scopes, Creationism trial, 1925, Tennessee, and Dover, Kitzmiller, "ID is an explanation of the origin of life that differs from Darwin's view", ... Kansas Board of Education repealed vote to include greater criticism of evolution in its school-science standards, 
  • notes: on Jonathan Wells:  cells, machinery, too irreducibleycomplex to have resulted in an unguided process, says religion does not play a role (more Discovery Institute religious connections on page 3) Wells says religion plays a role in the Darwin debate,  says Darwin reasoned that evolution is true because divine creation "must" be false, Darwinist assumptions rule out all other theories, ... he claims that the 'tree of life' is being shredded genome-sequencing projects, and accuses his opponents of censorship and character assassination, that ID teachers are sent to the academic gulag.  He says that its cultural power and taxpayer money that is keeping Darwinism alive, and claims they are using their power to promote eugenics and abortion, bashing traditional Christianity, destroying the careers of teachers and scientists who dare to question Darwin 'orthodoxy'.
  • NCSE "Why much of what Jonathan Wells writes about evolution is wrong
  • ...Christian biologist fired AP
  • Dov Zakheim, Mastermind of 9/11? ... aircraft company, remote control expertise, executive,  Pentagon Comptroller ... missing $2.3 Trillion.. developed Hillary Clintons Iraq / Iran war strategies?  Unlike Huckabee, he knows where Pakistan is, ... and that Benazir Bhutto wasn't assassinated in the Middle East.  he also couldn't recall insulting Bush by saying he had an 'arrogant bunker mentality' ... but that's ok. ...  John Bolton is 'not' working on his foreign policy  something. ... and Gingrich is also not helping him.
  • in 2000, 2002, 2004, 2006 ... nearly 80% of evangelical Christians voted for Bush while only 5% of Black Americans voted for Bush....why?  supernatural, 
  • Norris endorses Huckabee
    • Summary, ID - Comedy or Tragedy?
    • Dr. Norris Chuckabee will join the 2008 NFU U. S. 'Proof of Intelligent Design' tour and make some definitive statements concerning the main tour topic: "What is the statistical probability that Intelligent Design has a paradigmatic and empirical confirmation of the explanatory claims of intimately recognizable experimentability so as to ascertain its ability to confirm design intelligibilityness and retrodictive historicalityMore tour information below
    • YouTube Huckabee ID
    • welcomes his attendance on the tour, even though he is an ardent supporter of Bush and the Iraq War.  We still believe that his star power is a scientifically unexplainable faith in the prediction that religion in humans can be predicted by evolution.  He will not venture a guess on what created the universe.
    • He is also scheduled (8:30 nightly) to prove that Intelligent Design is Proof of Intelligent Design .... which will involve the adaptation of naturally selected phenomena that will biblically evolve before your eyes, not unlike random mutating ideas that intelligently prove intelligent design is proof of intelligent design.
    • Huckabee is proof of Intelligent Design?  but .... 
    • NFU believes that the Intelligent Design movement is an integral part of the neo-con war machine disguised as a scientific theory and just another attempt to get creationism taught in public school science classes.  The strong links between the Discovery Institute, the Hudson Institute and Bush wars are deep and undeniable. 
  • Arkansas, Board of Education. Michael Farris endorsement, helped in Iowa straw polls, 9,000 in Iowa are home-schooled. 
  • Article VI blog, Dobson endorsement of Huckabee, in Iowa, the Evangelical Christian candidate, Huck, not Guiliani, Thompson, Romney, McCain, Paul, Roe, Huckabee appointed a home-school proponent to the Arkansas board of education. 
  • Atheist Network Buddhism is not a humanistic philosophy, Michael Behe said there were no peer reviewed articles or research advocating ID, no pertinent experiments, monkeys?, Type 2 diabetes,
  • Brown University, 
  • Buffon, Georges, condemned 100 years before Darwin, said "it took billions of years to form the crust of the earth," ... caused problems for theologians.
  • Catholic Online ... "Intelligent Design belittles God" ... , Director of Vatican Observatory,  says .... Science is 'completely neutral', on the issue of atheistic or theistic implications of scientific results ...  "science and religion are totally separate pursuits."
  • Chronicle of Higher Education Iowa, Guillermo Gonzalez, denied tenure, assistant professor of physics and astronomy, departmental colleagues vote, Charles Huckabee.
  • Collins, Francis, The Language of God, Google book review
  • Guardian Huckabee doesn't reach scientific conclusions based on evidence  ...  supporters would be confined to a Republican base  ...  trouble in a general election.  he's a bumblebee ... wing and a prayer ... pushup, pushing the earth down ...  stand-up comedian or fire and brimstone ... dig deeper to find out.  is he real ... no big television ads, supports college scholarships for the children of illegal immigrants ... government incentives to lose weight ... is he a 'Christian Leader'? ... what's the baby aspirin for?  negative advertising ... Jesus was too smart to run for public office.
  • Jesus Camp documentary, Pentecostal summer camp, practicing prophetic gifts, take back America for Christ, Wikipedia
  • Jewish Ledger 
  • LiberalsMustDie Liberals must die, 
  • National Jewish Democratic Council  Huckabee extremism file
  • NJDC National Jewish Democratic Council 
  • RealClearPolitics
  • RightSourceOnline, Ron Paul, libertarian description, explanation ... Why the Christian Right won't support Ron Paul.
  • Salt Lake Tribune,   another scientific illiterate to replace Bush? ... Christine Comer, forced to resign, Texas Education Agency, email on fallacy of ID, not 'neutral' ... Florida, Jeb Bush appointed Donna Callaway to fight teaching of evolution, with the help of Lizzette Reynolds, deputy commissioner of for statewide policy and programs, Bush suspended most federal funding for embryonic stem-cell research ... and increased spending on abstinence-only sex education ... Bush crusade, reduced family planning money, ... global warming ... Bush's 'end times?'
  • The New Republic, Huckabee, Giuliani, ID, 
  • Wikipedia, Chuck Norris ... "Norris is a political conservative, often championing values shared by the Republican Party. Norris has donated over $32,000 to Republican candidates and organizations since 1988.[12] On January 26, 2007 Norris filled in for Sean Hannity as a co-host on the popular Fox News Channel debate program Hannity & Colmes alongside Alan Colmes. On October 22, 2007, Norris announced his endorsement of Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee for President.[13] Norris said "I believe the only one who has all of the characteristics to lead America forward into the future is ex-Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee."
  • Wikipedia Mike Hukabee  "Huckabee has voiced his support of creationism. He was quoted in July 2004 on Arkansans Ask, his regular show on the Arkansas Educational Television Network: "I think that students also should be given exposure to the theories not only of evolution but to the basis of those who believe in creationism." Huckabee also stated "I do not necessarily buy into the traditional Darwinian theory, personally."... In the Third GOP Debate in June 2007, Huckabee was asked by Tom Fahey whether he believed in evolution, and he responded, in part: "I believe there is a God who was active in the creation process. Now, how did he do it, and when did he do it, and how long did he take? I don’t honestly know, and I don’t think knowing that would make me a better or a worse president."[147] Huckabee's position is that acceptance of evolution is not relevant to being President.  Huckabee supports the War in Iraq and the troop surge." lost 110 lbs, likable, genial, 
  • Wisconsin Welfare reform, Clinton, Hudson Institute, 1990's links more  Wikipedia  Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Act, MORE
  • notes: Pastor Mike, worked on a 1980 Reagan rally, worked for James Robison as announcer, advance man, prayer meetings, "faith doesn't just influence me, it really defines me", comes from you,  portrayed Dale Bumpers as a pornographer because he supported the National endowment for the Arts, gays and lesbians in the military would be a disgrace, people with AIDS should be isolated, Roe v. Wade, holocaust, Wikipedia MKUltra.  On Romney, lit into secularists, have forced religion into politics, 
  • Notes: Christian right, war, Iraq, predatory capitalism, war profiteering... research: what is the breaking point of men under stress, shell shock, how can it be used to control populations,  Paul Warburg, Federal Reserve, Sandoz, LSD, Max Warburg financed Hitler,  Iowa Pastors Coalition
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  • Norris endorses Huckabee
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    • Discovery Institute founded as a branch of the Hudson Institute Wikipedia  more  and more (Wikipedia)  below
    • Conrad Black, Hudson Institute, indictment, conviction, sentencing.  Globe&Mail


  • Wikipedia, Establishment Clause 
  • People (GOP) who may not like Huckabee or rather isn't the 'right' kind of conservative: John Bolton, Bob Dole, Newt Gingrich, 
  • notes: AJC  "AJC Dismayed by Gov. Huckabee's Remarks at Campaign Event January 17, 2008 - New York - The American Jewish Committee, a nonpartisan organization, is deeply troubled by Governor Mike Huckabee’s declaration at a recent Michigan campaign event that the Constitution should be amended because it is in conflict with "God's standards.” ... “The Governor’s words are a prescription for theocracy,” said Jeffrey Sinensky, AJC’s general counsel. “We urge him to retract his troubling remarks. Government cannot act to promote one religion - or religion - in general.” ...  Arguing for a change in our fundamental laws to ban both abortion and gay marriage, Governor Huckabee noted that “what we need to do is amend the Constitution so it’s in God’s standards rather than try to change God’s standards.”  ... “To advocate for the Constitution to be in lockstep with Biblical law, especially in our pluralistic society, is not a welcoming message,” said Sinensky. "Indeed, it puts the very character of our democracy at stake."
  • May 08... Republican Mike Huckabee responded to an offstage noise during his speech to the National Rifle Association by suggesting it was Barack Obama diving to the floor because someone had aimed a gun at him.  more below
  •   Obama assassination?
  • Dr. Norris Chuckabee ... is  'known' to have only slight tendencies with sexual repression, and is not believed to be homophobic and / or has not slept with the hypocrisy poster-children:  Sen. Larry Craig, Ted Haggard, Rep. Mark Foley, Sen. Mitch McConnell, more ...  He is aware that Bill Clinton's sexual inadequacies were confined to legal-aged women.  Does the GOP have a problem with little boys? see NBC YouTube 1989 White House call boys and NFU Children page
  • 700Club
  •  See recent stories about Huckabee subliminal cross in campaign advertising.  'Jesus Juice', 
  • No immigration from Saudi Arabia
  • Thank God that not all conservatives believe in a literal view of the Bible... a precious few are opposed to war. 
  • AIPAC   Rosen Weissman trial , ... Will Mukasey shut it down to keep AIPAC from being exposed as the leader of  the U. S. of Israel? ...  ethnic cleansing in Iraq is complete, now federalism ? permanent bases, Israel is not safer, 
  • Amazon Wells The Politically Incorrect Guide to Darwinism and Intelligent Design, no overwhelming evidence for Darwinism,  ID is based on scientific evidence, not religious belief, 
  • American Family Association, Wildmon, Scarborough, Staver, Falwell Jr. Patriot Pastors, There's no uzzi in Chuck Norris' hands  more  Does Huckabee have any foreign policy credentials?
  • Ann Coulter also doesn't believe in evolution ... if you can stomach her Book Godless, the Church of Liberalism.  
  • AP Huckabee on isolating AIDS patients, file and search: raised taxes, not tough enough on immigration, born-again, 
  • ARN
  • Beauregard, Mario The Spiritual Brain: A euroscientist's case for the existence of the soul
  • Bible In brain washing techniques, topical psychology,  Lewin, World War II propagandist, CIA was first known as the OSS, God is on our side. info
  • Bible Literacy Project
  • Billy Graham search Richard Nixon. and Sam Brownback, the failed values darling candidate.  Huckabee, belief that legalized abortion constitutes a modern day 'holocaust'. 
  • .. God's gift to the antiwar movement. legend file
  • Blackfive Norris, godlike, HE, U. S. Air Force veteran, celebrity, there is no theory of evolution, no such thing as global warming, 
  • Center for Strategic and International Studies, CSIS, nonsense
  • Carey, Drew is a conservative
  • CBSNews, Robertson warned Dover, Pennsylvania residents that a disaster would strike because they "voted God out of your city", 700 Club, Intelligent design evolves, home schoolers buoyed by Huckabee's rise, 
  • CFR, Huckabee, nine trips to Israel
  • Christian Coalition, Huckabee opposed LOST, Law of the Sea Treaty, .... Ratzinger, Pope Benedict, point man in protecting pedophile priests.  MORE
  • ChristiaNet 
  • Christianity Today Bible Literacy Project, impressive, but NCBCPS is assuming a particular religious viewpoint ...  the bible as a tool of the Religious Right ... to take over America.
  • Change the Constitution according to God's Law,
  • Chuck Norris,  official website "The National Council on Bible Curriculum A program is underway to serve the public through educational efforts concerning a First Amendment right and religious freedom issue. This is to bring a state certified Bible course (elective) into the public high schools nationwide.
  • ChuckNorrisFacts six time World Professional MiddleWeight Karate Champion, students include McQueen, Barker, Presley, Osmond. also a world offshore powerboat racer, ... zen, Jewish Humanitarian Man of the Year, Make Wish Foundation, dogma-driven real deal.
  • CNN, Blitzer, Dobbs, immigration hype is a great example of media use of  'limited hangout', distraction, opportunity cost.
  • Coors, Joseph, funds Moral Majority, Colorado, Anschutz, Chronicles of Narnia, glorify violence, mix violence and Jesus.
  • CNP, Council for National Policy, GOP backroom boys, anti-science, 2008, 2009 anti-intellectual, dinosaurs and man roamed the Earth at the same time.
  • CUFI Hagee, attack Iran now, supernatural intervention required ... objective proof not needed, or legitimate scientific testing, old and new testaments written in Christian., creationism. Huckamee
  • Discovery Institute Theory of Intelligent Design file and with ID replace with 'creation' file... teach the controversy, 
  • more Hypocrisy Central ... Every effort will be made to quote or refer to Senator Larry Craig, on subjects such as moral values, or family values, even if we have to wait for him to 'finish' while in the men's room at the airport. 
  • Ditchley Foundation ...  Wikipedia  John Major, Jeremy Greenstock, Tony Blair, Thatcher, South Africa arrest, Texas, Bush, Reagan, criminals, oil.
  • DLC Democratic Leadership Council, Hillary Clinton, 
  • Fairtax, supported by Huckagee
  • Huckabee endorsement? we didn't come from monkeys, says Genesis, Dobson, Christofascist, Theocratic Christofascism, 
  • Flair, Ric, pro wrestler, Huckabee
  • Forward more alternative fuel tech and more conservation, ok ... Rosen Weissman trial
  • Fox News, On January 26, 2007 Norris filled in for Sean Hannity as a co-host on the popular Fox News Channel debate program Hannity & Colmes alongside Alan Colmes.
  • Gibson, Mel, gratuitous violence, Passion of the Christ, Jews killed Jesus.  Where's Mr. T, 
  • GOP USA, Eberle, Jeff Gannon, military porn sites, Karl Rove,
  • Heritage Foundation, Weyrich, 
  • Home School Legal Defense Association, Ferris, 
  •  and ID theory doc
  • Interfaith Stewardship Alliance, Huckabee probably would not join it. Huckame
  • LaHaye, Left Behind, Huckabee appeared with LaHaye in Iowa, ... Hurley, caucus, urged end to automated calls,
  • Liberty University for Huckabee blot, Chuck Norris approved, Huckaboom, Gingrich says he can win. 
  • Chuck and Mike probably don't want a poster like this ... too violent?
  •, learn how to become a Huckabee Ranger, ... and Gov. Sarah Palin. "I believe God created the heavens and the Earth" Amen.  That's an irrelevant question to ask me ... evangelicals don't view the Mormon faith as a Christian denomination ... packaged righteousness ... prayer and prophecy ... redux ... anti-abortion, 
  • Military Ministry PTSD counseling, proselytizing.
  • Military Times, Chuck Norris, honorary marine, 
  • Mitre Corp
  • Mormon Church, polygamy, value voters, Church of Latter Day Saints, cult, Huckabee wants to replace the tax code with a regressive sales tax, agrees 100% with the NRA, wants to ban gay marriage and abortion, wants to appoint Scalia-like Supreme Court Justices.
  • Morris, Dick  Huckabee advisor
  • MSNBC Huckabee does Imus
  • MySpace Huckabee doesn't believe in evolution,  ArkansansforHuckabee founding fathers, no mothers ... Jefferson, Henry, Greely, Washington, Founding era, 
  • National Council on Bible Curriculum in Public Schools (NCBCPS)  exaggerated claims of use and well documented rejections by numerous academic entities more 
  • NRA, National Rifle Association, Larry Craig on the Board of Directors
  • Norris,  Chuck Norris  Huckabee inner circle  and WND, ranger-samurai, less taxes, nuke towelheads, no gay marriage, King David,  Chuck Norris for President, is Steven Segal next? ... and what about Bruce Lee, 80's cartoon classic, Karate Kommandos. Do a shot every time the announcer says Chuck Norris.  ... red state everyman, 
  • Nugent, Ted  ... Huckabee
  • O'Leary, Denyse, book, By Design or by Chance?
  • Rand Corp, Mont Pelerin, Ditchley, Club of Rome, Trilateral,  Skull & Bones, Kerry, Bush,
  • Redeem the Vote, Brinson, Gibson,  Caviezel, 
  • Robertson endorsed Guiliani
  • Romney, Gentry Collins runs Iowa campaign.  super-volunteers, word of mouth, email, strategy, 
  • Sage Publications, Journal, Human Relations, Evalutation, anthropology, economics, organizational behavior, political science, psychoanalysis, psychology, sociology
  • Second Amendment, right to bear arms, origin of life, 
  • Stanford Research Institute, Frued, foundation ideology, 
  • Slate Modern Mutants, evolution accelerating, 
  • Tavistock Institute and file
  • Texas Freedom Network, 1700 school districts offer history and literature courses, the Bible is the primary textbook.
  • Townhall  On Romney, lit into secularists, have forced religion into politics, 
  • ThinkIsrael
  • Thomas Moore Law Center, 
  • Time, cover story
  • Victoria's Secret search World Net Daily
  • Washington Post, (Judith Miller, Iraq war propagandist) Mitt Romney is no John F. Kenney, Huckabee failed a religious test, "Huckabee says he favors the teaching of intelligent design in public schools ..."
  • World Combat League search Chuck Norris, action-film and television star, martial arts combat entertainment. or should it be Verses
  • Republican Mike Huckabee responded to an offstage noise during his speech to the National Rifle Association by suggesting it was Barack Obama diving to the floor because someone had aimed a gun at him. Hearing a loud noise and interrupting his speech, Huckabee said: "That was Barack Obama. He just tripped off a chair. He's getting ready to speak and somebody aimed a gun at him and he — he dove for the floor." There were only a few murmurs in the crowd after the remark. The Obama campaign had no comment.
  • Mike Huckabee terms: consumer-based healthcare, Islamofascism,  "Joe Lieberman is one of my favorite Democrats. I wish he were a Republican, quite frankly." ...  
  • Watch out  folks, he's a smooth talkin' preacher that'll charm your pants off ... and ??? 
  • In 1992, ... the Pope sought to rectify one of the church's most infamous wrongs toward science, the persecution of Galileo for asserting that the earth moved around the sun. New York Times file
  • Wikipedia The Establishment Clause of the First Amendment refers to the first of several pronouncements in the First Amendment to the United States Constitution, stating that "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion...." Together with the Free Exercise Clause, ("...or prohibiting the free exercise thereof"), these two clauses make up what are commonly known as the "religion clauses" of the First Amendment.  ... The establishment clause has generally been interpreted to prohibit 1) the establishment of a national religion by Congress, or 2) the preference of one religion over another or the support of a religious idea with no identifiable secular purpose. The first approach is called the "separationist" or "no aid" interpretation, while the second approach is called the "non-preferentialist" or "accommodationist" interpretation. In separationist interpretation, the clause prohibits Congress from aiding religion in any way even if such aid is made without regard to denomination. The accommodationist interpretation prohibits Congress from preferring one religion over another, but does not prohibit the government's entry into religious domain to make accommodations in order to achieve the purposes of the Free Exercise Clause.  ...  The clause itself was seen as a reaction to the Church of England, established as the official church of England and some of the colonies, during the colonial era. 
  • Harretz, Hanukkah really is about a violent insurgency. It's about the lengths to which the oppressed will go to defend their beliefs. But it's also about a strain of unchecked aggression that infects those who are convinced that God is on their side.
  • NJDC National Jewish Democratic Council "HUCKABEE TELLS CNN THAT ARMAGEDDON MAY BE UNDERWAY Jackson Williams of the Huffington Post writes: In an under-the-radar interview that aired on CNN Friday night (Oct. 19), conservative talk show host Glenn Beck asked Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee about current events in the Middle East. Then came the payoff question about Armageddon, and Huckabee delivered the ministerial money shot for values voters everywhere: BECK: You're a biblical guy. You're a preacher. Do you believe we are possibly facing "End Times" scenarios with any of the events that we're seeing?  HUCKABEE: You know, every generation has thought that they were, and we could be, but we don't ever act like, "OK, this is it," so we just sit back and coast and ride it out until the end. We always act as if it could be today, but we also plan as if it could be 100,000 years from now."
  • People for the American Way notes: Whose behind NCBCPS?,   board of directors, D. James Kennedy, Coral Ridge Ministries, (well documented history of raising money by promoting the false and inflammatory stereotype that gays and lesbians are child molesters) see NFU Franklin Scandal Omaha research, for GOP child molester information), Howard Phillips, Conservative Caucus, Rus Walton, Plymouth Rock Foundation, both Christian Reconstructionists, theocracy advocates, Old Testament legal code, literal view, blasphemy, adultery would merit death penalty.  and David Barton,  and American Center for Law and Justice, founded by Pat Robertson.
  • Panda'sThumb search NCBCPS, Texas Freedom Network report, Mark Chancey,  professor of Biblical Studies, Southern Methodist University, ... Chuck Norris on NCBCPS advisory committee, curriculum limited to Protestant viewpoint, only Protestant view of Ten Commandments, other relevant terms: inerrancy, heavan, Hebrews, replacement theology, 'Word of God', Bible accuracy confirmed by archeology and hard sciences, psuedo-scientific proof of validity of the Bible, Kinnaman?, Jesus and Paul visited Great Britain, 
  • about Drew Carey, conservative, comedian, actor, game show host, ex marine, stand-up comic, Whose Line Is It Anyway, ABC, The Price is Right, Power of 10, CBS, support for Libertarian party, led a smoke-in, sexism, distaste for Iraq War, 
  • Atlantic blog: "August 27, 2007 BY RICHARD ROEPER Sun-Times Columnist So Ted Nugent roams a concert stage while toting automatic weapons, calls Barack Obama "a piece of -----" and says he told Obama to suck on one of his machine-guns. He also calls Hillary Clinton a "worthless bitch" and Dianne Feinstein a "worthless whore."  That Nugent, he's a man's man. He talks the talk and walks the walk, right? Except when it was time to register for the draft during the Vietnam era. By his own admission, Nugent stopped all forms of personal hygiene for a month and showed up for his draft board physical in pants caked with his own urine and feces, winning a deferment. Creative!" 
  • TNR AP "Huckabee, at a dinner in Des Moines, told reporters that the theory of intelligent design, whose proponents believe an intelligent cause is the best way to explain some complex and orderly features of the universe, should be taught in schools as one of many viewpoints. 'I don't think schools ought to indoctrinate kids to believe one thing or another,' he said."
  • Catholic Online Roman Catholic Cardinal John Henry Newman, 1868, “the theory of Darwin, true or not, is not necessarily atheistic; on the contrary, it may simply be suggesting a larger idea of divine providence and skill.” ... He criticizes Austrian Cardinal Christoph Schonborn of Vienna for instigating a “tragic” episode “in the relationship of the Catholic Church to science” through the prelate’s July 7, 2005, article he wrote for the New York Times that “neo-Darwinian evolution is not compatible with Catholic doctrine,” while the Intelligent Design theory is.
Tour information
  • Doctor Chuckabee is still researching the Argentine Lake Duck's viability as non-verifiable proof of Intelligent Design.  But we at have no doubt about its value in this endeavor.  It's just irreducibly obvious. 
  • Proof of Intelligent Design Tour 2008  
  • Argentine Lake Duck ... possibly the best evidence yet for a 'Proof of Intelligent Design' and indispensable on our tour.
  • Trivia: Argentine Lake Duck longest bird penis ever, 42.5 cm, nearly a half a meter long, Dr. Kevin McCracken, University of Alaska, Oxyura, vittata, corkscrew-shaped, fascinating bit of anatomy, most male birds don't have penises, copulate by touching genital cloacal opening,  'cloacal kiss', ostriches have a penis, example of  'runaway selection', female preference drives male anatomy, peacock's tail, stiff competition,  
  • (1)  What is the statistical probability that Intelligent Design has a paradigmatic and empirical confirmation of the explanatory claims of intimately recognizable experimentability so as to ascertain its ability to confirm design intelligibilityness and retrodictive historicality?
  • We challenge Mike and Chuck to answer the above question...
  • Common Huckabee / Norris terms: a Bible in every classroom, also the Koran, Bible removed from schools, social regression, social progress, religious heritage, Darwin, evolution, Constitutional rights,   
Jerry Falwell (R. I. P.) Liberty University  & Jerry Falwell Jr.       top 
Below are important terms relating to the Franklin Scandal Omaha There is a direct link between power, pedophilia and child abuse.
common Franklingate terms: go to NFU Pedophilia Index Ak Sar Ben, Albert foods Alberto Gonzalez Alisha Owen, Amato, Andersen, Harold, Michael Aquino, Army of the Night, Dennis Baack,  Max Baer, Max Baird, holz zeilinger, bi-sexual, bobby Eberle, Bonacci, Boystown bradford brian burzynski BSCT byrnne randall call-boy carlton-ritz casseday catholic cia citron, peter clatty commercial federal savings conagra coos bay lehman copple cornwall craig spence creager credit union crist david ambrose david hinton decamp dick roth discovery channel duke cunningham dwight harris ed owens eisenstatt ernie chambers fbi foggo foley fort bragg foster care review board frank figueroa franklin advisory board gannon guckert gannongate gerry falwell gopusa hambright hitler youth hotmilitarystud iran-contra james dobson james duffy james gannon james kelly john queen john stevens barry johnny sutton jubilation day care julie walters kay griggs kimbrough king, lawrence labedz libby apprentice lonnie latham lustfull utterances lynch male prostitution mark grossman mcconnell methamphetamine midnight tour mike jones murray state bank nambla nebraska nelson, rusty northern natural gas northwest bell offutt ogen, utah omaha omaha national bank orr case pagegate pedophigate poindexter presidio probe ensnares protestant ratzinger reagan, ronald rendition rick perry R-lynn robert kirchner robert spire rove, karl samuel vanpelt sarkozy paedophilia satanism schoedinger scott mcclellan secret service shawn vassel sodomy southern baptist convention stephen cambone stitt strategic air command talon news tarpley temple of set texas youth commission the colonel the fellowship thomas reynolds thompson, hunter tom delay tongsun park tripp schweer union pacific railroad urbom wadman, robert washington times weber state university west texas state school westin crown center hotel william boykin williams energy world herald world vision yorkshire television yosef sagiv franklin cover-up mcateer  libby book apprentice homoeroticism, bestiality and incestuous themes, with an unspeakably gross passage where a ten-year-old girl is abused.  Caged, and forced to have sex with bears, to become a prostitute, search terms: a scene of incest between two uncles and their niece; fukk a freshly killed deer, prepubescent girl's painted 'mound', lack of vaginal odor ronald roskens kent state 1970 cfr usaid chancellor uno board of regents caradori homosexual orgies ed mccateer leola mcconnell roundtable falwell bisexual lustfull utterances tennessee knoxville victor ashe kitty kelly las vegas mayor tang yale bulldog lips sodomite nevada governor gopusa gay porn sites mcclellan austin gay bars bypassed secret service security controls background check fleischer press credential mcclendon inr bureau of intelligence and research state department wilson plame endeavor media group llc houston exposejessejackson militaryescorts bedrock corporation wilmington delaware j. daniels college station bush presidential library lawrence king elizabeth doles liaison to the white house rove fundamentalist Christian politics operation rescue bible reading by guckert reverend rob schenk american center for law and justice pat robertson justice roy moore pentacostal national community church giddings school Washington Ashcroft congregant Gannon Schenk friends park bench plan leadership institute's broadcast school of journalism arlington virginia morton blackwell head of college republicans south dakota politics thune on gannon's radio webcasts daschle free speech foundation james abourezk mike marino west point pennsylvania traitors list carter sarandon mortensen gore stern kerry kennedy MLKing mckinney moore dixie chicks aei gannon article march 2004 anti-gay rights  ....Deborah Jeane Palfrey, Pamela Martin & Associates, legal escort service, Tobias, Brandy Britton, 07-046-GK, Catherine Connelly, racketeering, Ulman, Dick Morris, adult fantasy, Miz Julia, prostitution, pimping, Montgomery Blair Sibley, ABC, Disney, Akin Gump Strauss Hauer Feld LLP, Eli Lilly, Quale, NASA, Kessler, Shirlington limousine, poker parties, Watergate, Westin Grand, hookergate whoregate, D. C. madam, Duke-stir, Langley, .... Letterman about Cheney ""I can't believe a good-looking guy like that would ever have to pay for sex, you know what I'm saying?"  ....  Thomas DiBiagio, Jonathan Luna, Ed Norris, Governor Ehrlich, Watergate, Westin Grand, James Comey, Ashcroft, ABC producers Rhonda Schwartz, Justin Rood, defense contractors, AIPAC, World Bank, IMF, Halliburton, smokinggun, Wells Fargo Bank, Troy Burrus, John Stendrinni, Wilkes / Michael indictment. ....  Barney Frank, Steve Gobie, Thomas Foley, Edwin Cassem, Massachusetts General Hospital, Paul Shanley, Creighton University, Dobson, homophobia, Val Peter, archdiocese, Boston, house ethics committee, Warren Buffett, Cardinal law  Senator Larry Craig, Idaho, plainclothes officer, lewd behavior, airport men's room, tapped foot, anti same-sex marriage votes, homophobia, anti-gay rights, Romney campaign, Offutt, Barney Frank go to NFU GOP / Pedophile Index
Hudson Institute, Neo-con, Evangelical Christian & Christian Zionist links to the Religious, Military Industrial Complex (RMIC)
  • Hudson Institute links to Discovery Institute, pro Iraq War.....neocons
  • Seek God, Canadian Christians warning about Council for National Policy
  • Abramoff / DeLay links to Hudson Institute
  • related Indictments: Lord Black, Jack Abramoff, Scanlon, Black, 'Scooter Libby, Abrams, Lord Black (Hudson Institute) sentenced to 6 1/2 years
  • Discovery Institute founded as a branch of the Hudson Institute Wikipedia  more below
Hudson Institute Fellows                        research: RightWeb (Hudson Institute)Media Transparency

Corruption tainted politicians  see Seek God  NPR  FiredogLake 

  • Sen. Dennis Hastert, 
  • Sen. Roy Blunt, 
  • Rep. Dana Rohrabacher
  • Sen Jim Talent
  • Sen. John Ensign
Hudson Institute       top 
  • Wikipedia Hudson Institute, corporatist-leaning, founded by futurist Herman Kahn, Rand Corp, free markets, individual responsibility, technology to assist progress, preserve America's national security, Herbert London is current president, 
  • John David R. Atchison, 53, an assistant U.S. attorney from the northern district of Florida, was arraigned in U.S. District Court in Detroit Monday afternoon. An undercover officer posed as a mother offering her child to Atchison for sex, according to police. And it gets worse: The detective, acting as the child's mother, allegedly arranged a sexual encounter between Atchison and her 5-year-old daughter, police said.... The undercover detective expressed concern about physical injury to the 5-year-old girl as a result of the sexual activity. Detectives said Atchison responded, " I am always gentle and loving; not to worry, no damage ever, no rough stuff ever. I only like it soft and nice." 
  • Wikipedia neo-fascism, Christofascism, totalitarian world view, 
  • Un Sacco di Canapa "Hudson Institute This institution has done more to shape the way Americans react to political and social events, think, vote and generally conduct themselves than perhaps any except the BIG FIVE. Hudson specializes in defense policy research and relations with the USSR. Most of its military work is classified as SECRET. (One idea during the Vietnam War was to build a moat around Saigon.) Hudson may be properly classified as one of the Committee of 300's BRAINWASHING establishments. One of its largest clients is the U.S. Department of Defense which includes matters of civil defense, national security, military policy and arms control." (lots of BS here... they say Jimmy Carter was brain washed...ha ha ... He certainly has pissed off the Israeli Zionists with his new book  ... so... this paper is just interesting source of organizations names... The bottom line is that something or some group has stopped Cheney / Bush from attacking Iran (Fall 2007)...  this is big.... Iran was the main target of  9/11 hoax ... Iraq was just a stepping stone,  .... it looks like they've failed...What does Huckabee think / know about this subject ... doubt if we'll ever find out.) NFU.
  • Hudson Institute (enlarge) Conrad Black Leave of Absence  Biographical Highlights Conrad Black is Chairman of Argus Corporation Limited and Hollinger Inc. in Canada and Chairman of Telegraph Group Limited in London. He became a member of the British House of Lords as Lord Black of Crossharbour in October, 2001.  In addition, Lord Black is a director of Sotheby's Holdings, Inc., Brascan Corporation, The Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, CanWest Global Communications and The Jerusalem Post Limited and serves on the Steering Committee of the Bilderberg Meetings and is Chairman of the Editorial Board of the National Interest in Washington D.C. He is also a member of The Trilateral Commission, the International Institute for Strategic Studies, the Chairman's Council of the Americas Society, a trustee of the Malcolm Muggeridge Foundation, the Nixon Center and the Hudson Institute in Indianapolis, Indiana, and a director of the Centre for Policy Studies in London, a member of the International Advisory Board of The Council on Foreign Relations in New York. Lord Black was appointed to the Privy Council of Canada on July 1, 1992 and is a recipient of the Order of Canada. He holds a B.A. degree from Carleton University, an LL.L from Laval University, an M.A. from McGill University and honorary degrees from St. Francis Xavier University, McMaster University, the University of Windsor and Carleton University. A recognized author, Lord Black’s autobiography, A Life in Progress, was published in 1993. His earlier book, Duplessis, (1976), an authoritative study of modern Quebec history, was updated and republished in 1998 as Render Unto Caesar. Mr. Black has also been a commentator on political and economic issues in all the countries where newspapers with which he is associated are published.  Conrad Black is married to Barbara Amiel, a newspaper columnist in Britain and Canada, and Editorial Vice President of Hollinger Inc. and Hollinger International Inc.
  • Wikipedia Discovery Institute, "The institute was founded in 1990[12] as a non-profit educational foundation and think tank based upon the Christian apologetics of C.S. Lewis. It was founded as a branch of the Hudson Institute, an Indianapolis-based conservative think tank, and is named after the Royal Navy ship HMS Discovery in which George Vancouver explored Puget Sound in 1792. ...  In 1966 the institute's founder and president, Bruce Chapman and Harvard roommate George Gilder, participated in the Ripon Society, a group for Republican liberals, and collaborated on Advance, dubbed "the unofficial Republican magazine," which criticized the party from within for catering to segregationists, John Birchers, and other "extremists". Following their graduation, Chapman and Gilder advanced their "progressive" Republican campaign in their 1966 polemic book The Party That Lost Its Head. The book critiqued Barry Goldwater’s 1964 presidential candidacy and dismissed the GOP’s embrace of rising star Ronald Reagan as the party's hope to "usurp reality with the fading world of the class-B movie." The Party That Lost Its Head denounced Goldwater’s conservative backers for their "rampant" and "paranoid distrust" of intellectuals. The book labeled the Goldwater campaign a "brute assault on the entire intellectual world," and places the blame for this development on what they viewed as a wrong political tactic; "In recent years the Republicans as a party have been alienating intellectuals deliberately, as a matter of taste and strategy." Chapman moved to the right in the Reagan administration,[13] where he served as director of the Census Bureau. Chapman left the Census Bureau to work in the White House under Reagan adviser Edwin Meese III - now a Discovery Institute Adjunct Fellow,[14] and was appointed U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Organizations in Vienna.[15]  ... Co-founder and Senior Fellow George Gilder wrote several books addressing culture, technology, and poverty, including, Visible Man, (1978) which criticised American culture for its failure to promote the ideals of the traditional nuclear family.[16] His next work, Wealth and Poverty, (1981), was cited by President Ronald Reagan.[17][18] Gilder’s later books have dealt more with developments in technology, such as Microcosm (1990) and Life After Television (1994)."
Christians against pro-war Neocons...more, Research:
Warning about Council for National Policy, Abramoff...  Council for National Policy:  members are found in Christian organizations encompassing James Dobson's Focus on the Family, Bill Bright's Campus Crusade for Christ and it's many branches, Robert Weiner's Maranatha shepherding group, Gideons, Youth for Christ, World Vision, Wycliffe Bible Translators, Billy Graham Evangelical Assoc., Intercessors for America, International Charismatic Bible Ministries, National Evangelical Assoc., National Religious Broadcasters Assoc., Promise Keepers and many more. The potential spiritual impact of this organization, which claims educational status, could be unparalleled. 

In-depth biographies of CNP founders and past/present officers and many members reveal that many are directly affiliated with or part of such organizations as the Knights of Malta, the Council on Foreign Relations, the Unification Church of Sun Myung Moon, the Church of Scientology, Freemasonry, the CIA, Nazis, the Church Universal & Triumphant, the Ku Klux Klan, Templeton Foundation, Racists and other cults and organizations. This will perhaps explain the ease with which many are seduced into embracing  false doctrine and the One World Religion. They don't belong to Jesus Christ. We're told specifically to not join with unbelievers

Selected: Council for National Policy members:

Ambassador S.L. Abbott , Larry Abraham, Jack AbramoffM. Douglas Adkins, Howard Ahmanson, Jr.Dr. Frank AkerHonorable Barbara Alby   John AldersonGary AldrichRichard V. AllenDaniel B. Allison IIThomas R. AndersonSenator John K. Andrews, Jr.,   Dr. John F.Ankerberg,   Philip F. Anschutz,    Hon. Richard K. ArmeyBen ArmstrongThomas K. Armstrong, Sen. William L. ArmstrongDr. Larry P. ArnnJohn M. AshbrookEdward G. Atsinger III    Christian Top 1000

Bush Remarks On 'Intelligent Design' Theory Fuel Debate,
from the  Washington Post 
Discovery Institute   Making a Positive Vision of the Future Practical  


Washington Post  By Peter Baker and Peter Slevin Washington Post Staff Writers Wednesday, August 3, 2005; Page A01

President Bush invigorated proponents of teaching alternatives to evolution in public schools with remarks saying that schoolchildren should be taught about "intelligent design," a view of creation that challenges established scientific thinking and promotes the idea that an unseen force is behind the development of humanity.   Although he said that curriculum decisions should be made by school districts rather than the federal government, Bush told Texas newspaper reporters in a group interview at the White House on Monday that he believes that intelligent design should be taught alongside evolution as competing theories.   President Bush said students "ought to be exposed to different ideas." (Gerald Herbert - AP)     "Both sides ought to be properly taught . . . so people can understand what the debate is about," he said, according to an official transcript of the session. Bush added: "Part of education is to expose people to different schools of thought. . . . You're asking me whether or not people ought to be exposed to different ideas, and the answer is yes."   These comments drew sharp criticism yesterday from opponents of the theory, who said there is no scientific evidence to support it and no educational basis for teaching it.   Much of the scientific establishment says that intelligent design is not a tested scientific theory but a cleverly marketed effort to introduce religious -- especially Christian -- thinking to students. Opponents say that church groups and other interest groups are pursuing political channels instead of first building support through traditional scientific review.  The White House said yesterday that Bush's comments were in keeping with positions dating to his Texas governorship, but aides say they could not recall him addressing the issue before as president. His remarks heartened conservatives who have been asking school boards and legislatures to teach students that there are gaps in evolutionary theory and explain that life's complexity is evidence of a guiding hand.  "With the president endorsing it, at the very least it makes Americans who have that position more respectable, for lack of a better phrase," said Gary L. Bauer, a Christian conservative leader who ran for president against Bush in the 2000 Republican primaries. "It's not some backwater view. It's a view held by the majority of Americans."   John G. West, an executive with the Discovery Institute, a Seattle-based think tank supporting intelligent design, issued a written statement welcoming Bush's remarks. "President Bush is to be commended for defending free speech on evolution, and supporting the right of students to hear about different scientific views about evolution," he said.  Opponents of intelligent design, which a Kansas professor once called "creationism in a cheap tuxedo," say there is no legitimate debate. They see the case increasingly as a political battle that threatens to weaken science teaching in a nation whose students already are lagging.   "It is, of course, further indication that a fundamentalist right has really taken over much of the Republican Party," said Rep. Barney Frank (D-Mass.), a leading liberal lawmaker. Noting Bush's Ivy League education, Frank said, "People might cite George Bush as proof that you can be totally impervious to the effects of Harvard and Yale education."   Bush's comments were "irresponsible," said Barry W. Lynn, executive director of Americans United for Separation of Church and State. He said the president, by suggesting that students hear two viewpoints, "doesn't understand that one is a religious viewpoint and one is a scientific viewpoint." Lynn said Bush showed a "low level of understanding of science," adding that he worries that Bush's comments could be followed by a directive to the Justice Department to support legal efforts to change curricula.   Bush gave no sign that he intended to wade that far into the debate. The issue came up only when a reporter from the Knight Ridder news service asked him about it; participants said the president did not seem especially eager to be asked. "Very interesting question," he told the reporter playfully.   At a morning briefing yesterday, White House press secretary Scott McClellan said Bush was simply restating long-standing views. "He has said that going back to his days as governor," McClellan said. "I think he also said in those remarks that local school districts should make the decisions about their curriculum. But it's long been his belief that students ought to be exposed to different ideas, and so that's what he was reiterating yesterday."  In comments published last year in Science magazine, Bush said that the federal government should not tell states or school boards what to teach but that "scientific critiques of any theory should be a normal part of the science curriculum."     The president's latest remarks came less than two months after Cardinal Christopher Schonborn, archbishop of Vienna and an influential Roman Catholic theologian, said evolution as "an unguided, unplanned process of random variation and natural selection" is not true.   "Any system of thought that denies or seeks to explain away the overwhelming evidence for design in biology is ideology, not science," Schonborn wrote in the New York Times. He said he wanted to correct the idea that neo-Darwinism is compatible with Christian faith.   Bruce Alberts, president of the National Academy of Sciences, warned this year in a "Dear Colleagues" letter of "increasingly strident attempts to limit the teaching of evolution."   The most prominent debate is underway in Kansas, where the conservative state board of education is expected to require the teaching of doubts about evolution to public high school students. A challenge to the teaching of intelligent design is scheduled for trial in Dover, Pa., while a federal court in Georgia said textbook stickers questioning evolution were unconstitutional. Slevin reported from Chicago.

Falwell apologizes to gays, feminists, lesbians.....CNN   & Bob Jones University Press and Beka books unacceptable to UC.  search web: Gerry Falwell "Discovery Institute"  Perkel Moonie front orgs    WikipediaCommon DreamsNews World acquired UPI in 2000 from a group of Saudi investors.  News World was founded by the Rev. Sun Myung Moon, founder of the Unification Church UPI Clinton Chronicles, by Jerry Falwell, see  Hudson Institute, Neocons, Iraq War   Who bailed out Liberty University?  Sun Myung Moon


And does the GOP have a problem with little boys ... maybe it goes back to the Spartans and the Greek civilization?  hmmm  ... Clinton problems were with women ...though  see Barney Frank / Larry Craig 

Theocracy watch
  • See Institute on Religion and Democracy, and  (Media Transparency) about IRD    and see Stop IRD
  • Details on funding of right wing political / religious agendas
  • Scaiffe, Anschutz funding information
  • Media Transparency  on "The IRD board members operate and have access to conservative publications and media such as First Things, Good News, Christianity Today, Washington Times, The Weekly Standard and Fox News. IRD also has the same group of benefactors that regularly contribute to radical-right causes such as the Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation, the Smith Richardson Foundation, the John M. Olin Foundation, the California billionaire Howard Ahmanson and the Sarah Scaife Foundation (Blumenthal, 2004; Cooperman, 2003; Howell, 1995)."
  • MORE on Page 7  UPI      
  • Watching the Campus Crusade for Christ, Military Ministry    Birdman
  • The Institute on Religion and Democracy: Dr. Ira Gallaway, United Methodist clergyman Dr. Robert George, Professor, Princeton University Dr. Paul Marshall, Center for Religious Freedom The Rev. Richard J. Neuhaus, The Institute on Religion and Public Life Mr. Michael Novak, George Frederick Jewett Scholar, American Enterprise Institute Dr. Thomas C. Oden, Professor of Theology and Ethics (emeritus), Drew University The Rev. Ephraim Radner, Episcopal Clergyman Mrs. Terry Schlossberg, Executive Director, Presbyterian Coalition The Rev. Graham Smith, Episcopal clergyman Mr. David Stanley, Retired attorney Mrs. Helen Rhea Stumbo, Publisher, Bristol House Ltd. Emeritus: Mr. George Weigel, Senior Fellow, Ethics and Public Policy Center Rev. Dr. Edmund Robb, Jr., United Methodist Evangelist (1926-2004) Dr. Carl F. H. Henry, founding editor-in-chief, Christianity Today (1913-2003) Board of Advisors Dr. Hadley Arkes, Professor of Political Science, Amherst College Dr. Q. Whitfield Ayers, President, Ayers, McHenry and Associates Dr. Kim Carney, Professor Emeritus of economics, University of Texas Dr. Hillel G. Fradkin, Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute The Rev. Dr. Timothy George, Dean, Beeson Divinity School Professor Mary Ann Glendon, Professor of Law, Harvard Law School Dr. P. J. Hill, Professor of Business and Economics, Wheaton College Dr. Paul Hinlicky, Jordan-Trexler Professor of Religion, Roanoke College Mr. David Jessup, Sylvan Dale Guest Ranch, Colorado Dr. Dennis F. Kinlaw, founder, Francis Asbury Society, and former president, Asbury College Mr. James Kushiner, Executive Director, Touchstone Magazine Rev. C. J. McCloskey III, Fellow, Faith and Reason Institute Ms. Frederica Mathewes-Green, columnist for and National Review Online Mr. Michael Medved, syndicated talk-show host Mr. James Nuechterlein, Senior Fellow, Institute on Religion and Public Life Professor David Novak, J. Richard and Dorothy Shiff Chair of Jewish Studies, University of Toronto Dr. Allan Parrent, Clinton S. Quin Professor of Christian Ethics (Emeritus), Virginia Theological Seminary The Rev. James Schall, Professor of Government, Georgetown University Dr. Philip W. Turner, Dean Emeritus of Berkeley Divinity School, Yale University  and see ABOUT = THEOCRACY
The following terms important to links between ID and politics
  • Notes: NFU Intelligent Design Jokes page 8, why is it the most popular page? some search terms: ID, comedy or tragedy? and Creation Museum jokes, marketing creation by scaring kids with dinosaurs,  Bush / neocons addicted to war, apocalypse, end of the world, why are they afraid of evolution, new word: evolutiaphobia, remember the White Rose, Ratzinger, Pope, intelligent action, ID is quackery, repackaged creationism, disdain for scientific method, preference of faith over fact, Kansas jokes, irreducible complexity is absurd, chance, life, intelligent designer, does god have a penis, ID proponents say no 'god' in their work, but vast links to evangelical Christians, with a non religious upper management tier, secular business managers, humorous beyond belief, christofascism, fascism, how does the Discovery Institute fit in? Are Anschutz, Mel Gibson, Richard Mellon Scaife, Howard Ahmanson the best representatives of ID BS, how does the Institute for Religion and Democracy and the Council for National Policy dictate Republican agenda, Chronicles of Narnia is just another war glorification movie, Bush propaganda: message manipulation: Hitler, Mussolini, noble lies, Did Disney / ABC know and approve of Little Mermaid pornographic images? What about the porn scenes in 'Who Framed Roger Rabbit', phallic symbols throughout 'conservative' movies?  What is Tearerism, tearerist, tear down the war, tear down this wall, Ronald Reagan, Gods and Monsters, monsters in the closet, homosexuality, gays, Is Bush Gay, Larry Craig is real conservative, What about the Pepsi can with the letters S-E-X.  How do Abramoff, Rove, Bush, Texas, pedophile scandals, South Africa all fit?  Why is there no coverage of Jeff Gannon's overnight stays in the White House on days where their were no news conferences? How does Gannon, Talon News, Eberle Guckert, Gosch, GOPUSA fit together?  All this is part of population manipulation, war mongering, war profiteering and the deregulation, reduce taxes, strong defense, predatory capitalism is the Republican Party, media spin and lies: Maggie Gallagher, Sy Coleman, Science Applications International, FEMA fake news conference just the tip of an iceberg, the fourteen defining components of capitalism: briefly: nationalism, disdain for human rights, enemy id, patriotic frenzy, foes manufactured are liberals, gays, communists, socialists, military supremacy, high defense spending, social programs cut, rampant sexism, controlled mass media, obsession with national security, corporate power protected, labor power suppressed, disdain for intellectual arts, obsession with punishment of crime, pro death penalty, cronyism, corruption, fraudulent elections.  and fascism, roots of conservatism, Leo Strauss, Carl Schmitt, Martin Heidigger, Fredierick Nietzsche, Wolfowitz, Perle, PNAC, Micahel Ledeen, Rove's Brain, Bush's Brain, the corporate religious military complex, how does Slade Gorton, the Discovery Institute, and the 9/11 commission fit together? did they investigate the Israeli Art Students? NO, what is the conservative war agenda, ... and back to Anschutz: Regal Entertainment, Walden Media, funding culture wars, Passion of the Christ just a gratuitous violence piece of crap movie, Anschutz: Kansas Business Hall of Fame, 'the greediest executive of 2002,  chairman of QWest board of directors, SEC, indictment, litigation release, Nacchio, Woodruff, Szeliga, Mohebbi, Casey, Kozlowski, Noyes,.... gave GOP $700k, Nacchio 42 counts of securities fraud, Leone, Global Crossing, AT&T, Judge Herbert J. Stein, Arthur Andersen, Accenture, how much did Anschutz know? direct?...  research: John J. Mearsheimer, Stephen Walt, Harvard, University of Chicago, research the real Christian Zionist power, how does Richard Mellon Scaife fit, how homophobic is Mel Gibson, how anti-semetic is he? How is Howard Ahmanson tied to the Discovery Institute, Diebold, electronic voting machines, Calvinism, Acton Institute, Dominionism, Christian Reconstructionist, Iran Contra, National North, Oliver North, see Theocracy Watch or Americans United for Separation of Church and State, to get details.  Creation Museum a joke beyond belief, but has raised millions, like the Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation, Smith Richardson Foundation, John M. Olin Foundation, Sarah Scaife Foundation, responsible for enabling the Iraq War.  Does the GOP have a problem with little boys, pedophilia, all covered up with 'family values' agenda, hypocrisy, Why are 'fundies' so easy to fool, ... Interfaith Stewardship Alliance are global warming skeptics, costs of dealing with it outweigh benefits, Dobson approves of this, 80% of evangelical Christians voted for Bush, 95% of Black Americans refuse to vote for Bush, GOP dirty tricks, How does Cardinal Schoenborn, Schulerkreis, Schuster and Spaemann fit together, ... of course theirs the Argentine Lake Duck and the proof of intelligent design,  longest bird penis, ... If you investigate closely, see link between Microsoft, Bill Gates, and Christian right, in Seattle, ... and can't forget Britain's Channel 4 fictional movie drama 'Death of a President', depicting a Bush assassination, creating headaches for the National Security Agency, and their domestic spying agenda,
Discovery Institute says ID does not specifically identify a  'God',  but although you will find that the top management layer is composed mainly of secular businessmen, the next level is composed of a dominant amount of influential Evangelical Christian Leaders.  No other religion has any significant representation.
  • Discovery Institute, personnel research: 2003: President: Bruce Chapman see U.S. v Cobb "There is no scientific controversy over the validity of the evolutionary explanation" and see Who Runs Seattle, and National Religious Broadcasting meeting speech. and DI on Dover v. Pharyngula, WSJ; Vice President Steven J Buri see Slade Gorton; Stephen C Meyer, at Palm Beach Atlantic University, a Christian University, where he teaches a course on Christian Apologetics, and see MacLellan Foundation, Howard Ahmanson, (political controversy) Mark Ryland Christian Legal Society; Board of Directors: Howard Ahmanson see Council for National Policy, (Sourcewatch) and Christian Reconstructionist Rushdoony is the father of Christian Reconstructionism, a strange variant of Calvinism that stresses waging political struggle to put the earth, and in particular the U.S., under the control of biblical law Acton Institute, Rushdoony EvoWiki more Tom Alberg, Madrona Venture Partners, Perkins Coie, Pacific Science Center....see also Herbold, Microsoft, Seattle PI and see Who Run's Seattle William Baldwin Christopher T Bayley RAC, Robert J Cihak : Link Between Breast Cancer and Abortion NewsMax; Slade Gorton 9/11 Commission, Able Danger; Richard R. Greiling; Robert J Herbold Seattle Foundation, search terms: forest, Bullitt Foundation, Washington News Council; Susan Hutchison; Michael D Martin Microsoft?, Gates Foundation $10 million to Discovery Institute / (Cascadia). A political signal? Wikpedia and Salon  more and see Ryland; Robert Nuber EvoWiki; Byron Nutley; Mariana Parks Microsoft, John Hammer, Seattle Times; Mark Ryland; James Spady Microsoft ties, and see Education Revolt; Michael K Vaska Foster Pepper & Shefelman PLLC one of the largest law firms in Northwest.; Raymond J Waldmann; Robert L Wiley III Microsoft?, Gates Foundation $10 million to Discovery Institute / (Cascadia); Senior Fellows: Robert J Cihak : Link Between Breast Cancer and Abortion; George Gilder Gilder / Forbes Telecosm Conference  Manhattan Institute has sponsored many books by writers opposed to safety-net social programs and affirmative action. During the 1980s, the Institute's authors included George Gilder (Wealth and Poverty) and see Claremont, to Acton Institute and ProRev (Bush Family); Hance Haney Disco-Tech blog, DI, foreign policy Stephen C Meyer; Vincent Phillip Muñoz see Catholic Education, Tufts University, " Scalia, Kennedy, and Thomas —; Wesley J Smith New Covenant Evangelical Christian blog & ARN; Bret Swanson; William Tucker; John G West ... John Wohlstetter Progress and Freedom Foundation, Heritage, Cato, AEI; Adjunct Fellows: Howard L Chapman, Patricia Lines, Edwin Meese, Richard Rahn  Cayman Islands Monetary Authority, Global Policy: offshore tax evasion; Robert Spitzer Science & Theology, Joshua Utt; Program Directors Stephen C Meyer, Associate Directors; John G West; Senior Fellows: Michael J Behe EvoWiki Center for Science and Culture; Jonathan Wells EvoWiki:  Unification Church Icons of Evolution, True Parents, file Rev. Sun Myung Moon; David Berlinski NorthWest Creation Net, Center for Science and Culture, Paul Chien Wedge Document: "Design theory promises to reverse the stifling dominance of the materialist worldview, and to replace it with a science consonant with Christian and theistic convictions." William A Dembski ,Uncommon Descent, DesignInference, Sante Fe Institute, (Complexity Science), Of Pandas and People, Southern Baptist Convention press, David DeWolf Gonzaga; Guillermo Gonzalez Privaleged Planet Privaleged, Michael Newton Keas, Mark Ryland; Wesley J Smith attorney and consultant for the International Task Force on Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide, Center for Bioethics and Culture, see  Weekly Standard and Answers in Genesis; Benjamin Wiker The Discovery Institute denies that it is trying to establish a Theocracy in America, but see Wedge Strategy and Wedge Project, Jonathan Witt Center for Science and Culture Discovery Institute / Hudson Institute / OSP, Cheney, Libby, Rove ; Meyrav Wurmser. David Wurmser is married to Meyrav Wurmser, director of Middle East programs at the right-wing Hudson Institute. She was listed as a co-author of "A Clean Break."(Iraq War architecture document) She had also co-founded, with a former colonel in Israeli military intelligence, the MEMRI JINSA, American Enterprise Institute Science Wars forum, Weyerhauser, Verizon, Lincoln Group (SourceWatch) Iraq Business Journal, Fellows: Francis J Beckwith, Raymond Bohlin, Probe Ministries, Reinhardt Bible Church, Leader U. profile Christian Environmentalism. Walter Bradley Center for Science and Culture and Illustra Media Creation Science media front; J. Budziszewski International Society for Complexity, Information, and Design ISCID & Touchstone Magazine audio products ReligionLink; John Angus Campbell Darwin, Design, and Public Education Apologetics,org; Robert Lowry Clinton Center for Science & Culture (Wiki), Volconvo, Jack Collins  M.Div. from Faith Evangelical Lutheran Seminary, Ph.D. in Hebrew language at the University of Liverpool, Professor of Old Testament at Covenant; Theological Seminary, received grants from John Templeton Foundation; Robin Collins GeoScience Research Institute, CCCU; William Lane Craig Christian Cadre,; Brian Frederick Campus for Christ; Mark Hartwig Antievolution, Kenneth Hermann Christianity.Canada, evolution is dying.....; Robert Kaita American Scientific Affiliation  Intellectual Doubters of Darwinism; Dean Kenyon Apologetics,  Of Pandas and People (Common Dreams) Northwest Creation: How to combat evolution indoctrination; Robert C Koons  University of Texas Dept of Philosophy, Christian Cadre Western Theism lectures Leadership University Leadership University, Forrest M Mims Revolution Against Evolution,  "Answering Tough Question Concerning Science and the Bible"; Scott Minnich Apologetics, Touchstone Magazine, Calvin; J.P. Moreland  Talbot School of Theology, Zacharias, Academic Integration; Paul Nelson Anti-Evolution Wedge Strategy "The proposition that human beings are created in the image of God is one of the bedrock principles on which Western civilization was built.."Nancy Pearcey book: Total Truth Liberating Christianity from Cultural Captivity, Joseph Poulshock Tokyo Christian University, University of Edinburgh, Pattle Pak-Toe Pun Apologetik; John Mark Reynolds ARN Biola University; Henry Schaefer Apologetics, challenge Darwinian evolution on a scientific basis.   Biola University Speakers; Wolfgang Smith Lifeway Biblical Solution for Life; Charles Thaxton Leadership University; Richard Weikart Darwin to Hitler, "Hitler built his view of ethics on Darwinian principles"; TheocracyWatch; Progressive, AAUP, LiveScience, National Center for Science Education, Findlaw, Furl , Refuse and Resist, Talk to Action, Truthout Wurmser, Iraq, Rove, Libby, Alternet, Iran is Next, Hudson Institute; Panda's Thumb; GuideStar for funding info, The Israel Lobby and U.S. Foreign, Policy John J. 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Michael Dale "Mike" Huckabee (born August 24, 1955) is an American politician who served as the 44th Governor of Arkansas from 1996 to 2007.[4] He was a candidate in the 2008 United States Republican presidential primaries. He won the 2008 Iowa Republican caucuses and finished second in delegate count and third in both popular vote and number of states won behind nominee John McCain and Mitt Romney.[5] Beginning in 2008, Huckabee hosted the eponymous Fox News Channel talk show Huckabee, ending the show in January 2015 in order to explore a potential bid for the Presidency.[6] From April 2012 through December 2013, he hosted a daily radio program, The Mike Huckabee Show, on weekday afternoons for Cumulus Media Networks.[7] Huckabee is the author of several best-selling books, an ordained Southern Baptist minister noted for his fundamentalist views,[8] a musician, and a public speaker. He is also a political commentator on The Huckabee Report.[9] On May 5, 2015, Huckabee announced a campaign to seek the Republican nomination for President of the United States in the 2016 election.[10] It will be his second run for the U.S. presidency. Contents [hide] 1 Early life 2 Pastoral career 3 Political career 3.1 Lieutenant Governor of Arkansas, 1993-1996 3.2 Governor of Arkansas, 1996-2007 3.2.1 Clemencies 3.3 2008 presidential election campaign 3.3.1 Vice Presidency speculation 3.4 Speculated 2012 presidential campaign 3.5 2016 presidential campaign 4 Political positions 5 Public image 5.1 Honors 5.2 Organizations 5.3 Media career 5.4 Notoriety 6 Personal life 6.1 Capitol Offense (rock band) 6.2 Weight loss and health advocacy 7 Books 8 See also 9 References 10 External links Early life[edit] Huckabee was born on August 24, 1955 in Hope, Arkansas,[11] the son of Mae (née Elder; 1925–1999) and Dorsey Wiles Huckabee (1923–1996), conservative Southern Democrats. Huckabee is of English ancestry, with roots in America since the colonial era.[12] He has cited his working-class upbringing as the reason for his political views;[13] his father worked as a fireman and mechanic, and his mother worked as a clerk at a gas company.[14] His first job, at 14, was working at a radio station where he read the news and weather.[15] He was elected Governor of Arkansas by his chapter of the American Legion-sponsored Boys State program in 1972[11] and is a Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership Foundation alumnus. He was student council vice president at Hope High School during the 1971–72 school year. He was student council president at Hope High School during the 1972–1973 school year.[16] He has one sister, Mrs. Pat Harris, a middle school teacher.[17] Huckabee married his wife, Janet (McCain), on May 25, 1974.[17] He graduated magna cum laude from Ouachita Baptist University, completing his bachelor's degree in Religion in 2½ years before attending Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas. He dropped out of the seminary after one year in order to take a job in Christian broadcasting.[18][19] Pastoral career[edit] Huckabee at Thomas Road Baptist Church, 2008 At age 21, Huckabee was a staffer for televangelist James Robison.[16] Robison commented, "His convictions shape his character and his character will shape his policies. His whole life has been shaped by moral absolutes."[16] Prior to his political career, he served as pastor at Immanuel Baptist Church in Pine Bluff, Arkansas from 1980 to 1986, and the Beech Street Baptist Church in Texarkana from 1986 to 1992. He started 24-hour television stations in both cities, where he produced documentaries and hosted a program called Positive Alternatives.[11] He encouraged the all-white Immanuel Baptist Church to accept black members in the mid-1980s.[16][20] In 1989 Huckabee ran against Ronnie Floyd of Springdale for the presidency of the Arkansas Baptist State Convention. Huckabee won and served as president from 1989 to 1991.[21] Political career[edit] Lieutenant Governor of Arkansas, 1993-1996[edit] In Huckabee's first political race in 1992, he lost to incumbent Senator and conservative Democrat Dale Bumpers, receiving 40 percent of the vote in the general election.[22] In the same election, Arkansas Governor Bill Clinton became president, making Lieutenant Governor Jim Guy Tucker the new Governor. In 1993, Republican state chairman Asa Hutchinson urged Huckabee to run in the special election for lieutenant governor held on July 27. Realizing his loss came among key conservative Democrats, Huckabee ran a decidedly conservative campaign. In the subsequent general election, he defeated Nate Coulter, who had been Bumpers' campaign manager the previous year,[23] 51–49 percent.[11] Huckabee became only the second Republican since Reconstruction to serve as Arkansas lieutenant governor, the first having been Maurice Britt from 1967 to 1971. In his autobiography From Hope to Higher Ground, Huckabee recalled the chilly reception that he received from the Arkansas Democratic establishment on his election as lieutenant governor: "The doors to my office were spitefully nailed shut from the inside, office furniture and equipment were removed, and the budget spent down to almost nothing prior to our arriving. After fifty-nine days of public outcry, the doors were finally opened for me to occupy the actual office I had been elected to hold two months earlier."[24] Dick Morris, who had previously worked for Bill Clinton, advised Huckabee on his races in 1993, 1994 and 1998.[25] Huckabee commented that Morris was a "personal friend."[25] A newspaper article reported on Huckabee's 1993 win: "Morris said the mistake Republicans always make is that they are too much of a country club set. What we wanted to do was run a progressive campaign that would appeal to all Arkansans.'"[25] Morris elaborated, "So we opened the campaign with ads that characterized Mike as more of a moderate whose values were the same as those of other Arkansans."[25] Consequently, he abandoned his earlier support for the Council of Conservative Citizens (CofCC) when in April 1994 following an adverse media campaign against the CofCC, Huckabee withdrew from a speaking engagement before their national convention. He repeated the accusations made by various media and left-wing organizations such as the Southern Poverty Law Center recalling his past association with the CofCC saying, "I will not participate in any program that has racist overtones. I've spent a lifetime fighting [against] racism and anti-Semitism."[26] In 1994, Huckabee was re-elected to a full term as lieutenant governor, beating Democratic candidate Charlie Cole Chaffin with nearly 59 percent of the vote.[27] While Lieutenant Governor, Huckabee accepted $71,500 in speaking fees and traveling expenses from a nonprofit group, Action America. R. J. Reynolds was the group's largest contributor.[20] In October 1995, David Pryor announced that he was retiring from the United States Senate. Huckabee then announced he was running for the open seat and moved ahead in the polls,[11] but ultimately dropped out of the race to lead the state after incumbent governor Jim Guy Tucker resigned following his fraud and conspiracy convictions.[28] During his campaign, Huckabee opposed in December then-Governor Tucker's plan for a constitutional convention.[29] The plan was defeated by voters, 80–20 percent, in a special election. In January 1996, Huckabee campaigned in televised ads paid for by the Republican National Committee and the Arkansas Republican Party against a highway referendum. Tucker supported the referendum, which included tax increases and a bond program, to improve 1,300 miles (2,100 km) of highway.[30] On the referendum, the bond question, which included a sales tax increase and a gas tax increase, lost 87–13 percent. A second question, a five-cent increase on diesel tax, lost 86–14 percent.[30][31] Huckabee also opposed Tucker's plan for school consolidation.[31] In May 1996, Tucker, involved in the Whitewater scandal, was convicted "on one count of arranging nearly $3 million in fraudulent loans" and he promised to resign by July 15.[11] Huckabee then announced he would quit the Senate race and instead fill the unexpired term of Tucker.[28] Governor of Arkansas, 1996-2007[edit] Main article: Governorship of Mike Huckabee In 1996, incumbent Democratic governor Jim Guy Tucker was convicted of fraud. The Arkansas Constitution, like nearly all state constitutions in the United States, does not allow convicted felons to hold office, so Tucker was forced to resign. However, Tucker, insisting he had a strong case for appeal,[32] rescinded his resignation as Huckabee was preparing to be sworn in on July 15. Within a few hours, Tucker reinstated his resignation after Huckabee threatened to initiate impeachment proceedings against Tucker.[16] Huckabee was sworn in as Governor of Arkansas on July 15, 1996. In November 1998, Huckabee was elected to a full four-year term by defeating retired Colonel Gene McVay in the primary and Jonesboro attorney Bill Bristow in the general election, becoming the state's third elected Republican Governor since Reconstruction. In November 2002, Huckabee was reelected to his second four-year term by defeating State Treasurer Jimmie Lou Fisher, garnering 53 percent of the vote. His reelection came despite the defeat in the general election of fellow Republican U.S. Senator Tim Hutchinson. By the end of his term, Huckabee held the third-longest tenure of any Arkansas Governor. Only Democrats Orval Faubus, who served six consecutive two-year terms (1955–1967), and Bill Clinton, who served 11 years, 11 months (1979–1981; 1983–1992), had longer tenures. Huckabee said that his experience as a minister afforded him special insight in being governor: My experience dealing every day with real people who were genuinely affected by policies created by government gave me a deep understanding of the fragility of the human spirit and vulnerability of so many families who struggled from week to week. I was in the ICU at 2 a.m. with families faced with the decision to disconnect a respirator on their loved one; I counseled fifteen-year-old pregnant girls who were afraid to tell their parents about their condition; I spent hours hearing the grief of women who had been physically and emotionally clobbered by an abusive husband; I saw the anguish in the faces of an elderly couple when their declining health forced them to sell their home, give up their independence, and move into a long-term-care facility; I listened to countless young couples pour out their souls as they struggled to get their marriages into survival mode when confronted with overextended debt...[33] During his time as a governor Huckabee raised taxes 21 times for a net tax increase of $505 million.[34] Clemencies[edit] Main article: Lakewood police officer shooting As Governor, Huckabee commuted and accepted recommendations for pardon for twice as many sentences as his three predecessors combined; in total: 1,033 prisoners.[35] Twelve had previously been convicted of murder.[36] Though Huckabee pardoned more than his predecessors, the state prison size and number of people executed were greater as well,[37] and Huckabee denied 92% of all clemency requests during his 10.5 years as Governor.[38] Most pardons and commutations were not for prisoners but those whose sentences had ended and were seeking work.[39] Huckabee's pardons and commutations became an issue during the 2008 Republican Primary, with most of the controversy focusing on Wayne Dumond.[40] Huckabee's handling of clemency petitions received national attention in November 2009 with the case of Maurice Clemmons, who had committed burglary without a weapon at age 16. The Prison Transfer Board unanimously requested a sentence commutation for Clemmons as did the trial judge.[38] Clemmons' 60-year sentence was commuted by Huckabee to 47 years, making him eligible for parole if approved by the parole board. After parole in 2000, Clemmons was arrested for multiple offenses including child molestation and aggravated assault, but was released after prosecutors declined to file charges. After Clemmons murdered four police officers in Lakewood, Washington a two-day manhunt ensued, and Clemmons was shot and killed by a Seattle Police Department officer after refusing police orders to stop charging the officer.[41] In his book about the shooting, The Other Side of Mercy, Jonathan Martin of The Seattle Times wrote that Huckabee apparently failed to review Clemmons' prison file, which was "thick with acts of violence and absent indications of rehabilitation."[42] Huckabee defended his actions, stating that the recommendation to reduce the sentence was unanimous and supported by the trial judge, that the decision to parole him was made by the parole board, not him, and that Clemmons had been re-arrested and the decision not to file charges then had nothing to do with him.[43][44] In 2003, Eugene Fields received a six-year prison sentence after his fourth conviction of driving while intoxicated in five years. Gov. Huckabee granted clemency over the objections of the local prosecutor and sheriff, the Arkansas Prosecuting Attorneys Association and Mothers Against Drunk Driving. A spokeswoman for Mr. Huckabee, Charmaine Yoest, said that Mr. Fields' political donations [to the Arkansas Republican Party] and connections played no role in his clemency. About two years after Mr. Fields' sentence was cut to 11 months, he was arrested again for driving while intoxicated as his truck crossed the center line directly into the path of an oncoming police car.[45] 2008 presidential election campaign[edit] Main article: Mike Huckabee presidential campaign, 2008 Huckabee with actor Chuck Norris in Londonderry, New Hampshire (2008) 2008 presidential campaign logo Huckabee announced his run for the White House on Meet the Press on January 28, 2007.[46] At the August 11 Iowa Straw Poll, Huckabee took second place with 2,587 votes, roughly 18 percent, splitting the conservative Republican party votes amongst other candidates.[47] Huckabee spent $57.98 per vote in the Straw Poll, which is the lowest among the top three finishers.[48] Huckabee drew attention with an unconventional ad featuring Chuck Norris.[49] In a later ad Huckabee wished voters a merry Christmas, and said that "what really matters is the celebration of the birth of Christ."[50] In November 2007, Huckabee drew endorsements from a large number of religious activists, including Billy McCormack, a pastor in Shreveport, Louisiana, and a director and vice president of the Christian Coalition of America, founded in 1988 by a previous presidential candidate, Pat Robertson.[51] He was criticized for using a bookshelf that resembled a cross in a Christmas commercial as a form of signaling to Christians, and laughed them off saying "I will confess this: If you play the spot backwards, it says, 'Paul is dead. Paul is dead.'"[52][53] He also faced a "drumbeat" of questions about the role of faith in his gubernatorial administration and about past statements he made in 1998 about the U.S. being a "Christian nation" in which he said, "I hope we answer the alarm clock and take this nation back for Christ." Huckabee told NBC that his comment was not politically incorrect and was "appropriate to be said to a gathering of Southern Baptists."[54] Huckabee has credited God with some of his political success.[55] On January 3, 2008, Huckabee won the Iowa Republican caucuses, receiving 34% of the electorate and 17 delegates, compared to the 25% of Mitt Romney who finished second, receiving 12 delegates, Fred Thompson who came in third place and received three delegates, John McCain who came in fourth place and received three delegates and Ron Paul who came in fifth place and received two delegates. Huckabee at a campaign event in Londonderry, New Hampshire in 2008 On January 8, 2008, Huckabee finished in third place in the New Hampshire primary, behind John McCain in first place, and Mitt Romney who finished second, with Huckabee receiving one more delegate for a total of 18 delegates, gained via elections, and 21 total delegates, versus 30 total (24 via elections) for Romney, and 10 for McCain (all via elections). On January 15, 2008, Huckabee finished in third place in the Michigan Republican primary, 2008, behind John McCain in second place, Mitt Romney who finished first and ahead of Ron Paul who finished in fourth place.[56] On January 19, 2008, Huckabee finished in second place in the South Carolina Republican primary, 2008, behind John McCain who finished first and ahead of Fred Thompson who finished third.[57] Mike Huckabee giving his concession speech after the 2008 South Carolina presidential primary in Columbia On January 29, 2008, Huckabee finished in fourth place in the Florida primary, behind Rudy Giuliani in third, Mitt Romney in second, and John McCain in first place. On February 5, 2008, Huckabee won the first contest of "Super Tuesday", the West Virginia GOP state convention, but only after the McCain campaign provided their delegates thereby giving Huckabee 52% of the electorate to Mitt Romney's 47%.[58] Backers of rival John McCain said they threw Huckabee their support to prevent Mitt Romney from capturing the winner-take-all GOP state convention vote.[59] Consequently, he also registered victories in Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia and Tennessee on Super Tuesday, bringing his delegate count up to 156, compared to 689 for Republican party front-runner John McCain.[60] On February 9, 2008, Huckabee won the first election following Super Tuesday, by winning 60% of the vote in the Kansas Republican Caucuses.[61] This was also the first contest to be held without Mitt Romney, who was said to be splitting the conservative vote with Huckabee.[62] Huckabee also won the Louisiana Republican Primary with 44% of the vote to John McCain's 43% in second. Although Huckabee won the primary he was not awarded any delegates, because of state party rules that stated a candidate must pass the 50% threshold to receive the state's pledged delegates.[63] On March 4, 2008, Huckabee withdrew from seeking the candidacy as it became apparent he would lose in Texas, where he had hoped to win, and that John McCain would get the 1,191 delegates required to win the Republican nomination. Huckabee finished the race with an estimated 248 pledged delegates.[citation needed] Vice Presidency speculation[edit] Even though Huckabee had signed a television contract and a book deal with a pressing deadline, he was mentioned by most to be on then-presumptive Republican presidential nominee John McCain's short list for his vice presidential running mate. The late pundit Tim Russert even referred to Huckabee as "Vice President Huckabee" several times when he appeared on Meet The Press on May 18, 2008.[64] Huckabee was eventually passed over for Sarah Palin.[65] Former President Bill Clinton has praised Huckabee and stated that he is a rising star in the Republican Party. Clinton and Huckabee have collaborated on initiatives such as the fight against childhood obesity.[66] Former Tennessee Republican Party chairman and Huckabee's former campaign manager Chip Saltsman has called governor Huckabee, "The most successful failed presidential candidate in the history of our country."[67] Speculated 2012 presidential campaign[edit] See also: United States presidential election, 2012 In a November 19, 2008, article by the Associated Press, Huckabee addressed the possibility of running for president in 2012. He said, "I'm not ruling anything out for the future, but I'm not making any specific plans".[68] Amid speculation about a future run for the Presidency, a CNN poll in December 2008 found Huckabee at the top of the list of 2012 GOP contenders, along with former Alaskan Governor Sarah Palin, fellow 2008 presidential candidate Mitt Romney, and former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich.[69] On December 3, 2008, Cincinnati-based NBC affiliate WLWT asked Huckabee about the prospect of running, to which he said, "I'm pretty sure I'll be out there. Whether it's for myself or somebody else I may decide will be a better standard bearer, that remains to be seen."[70] A June 2009 CNN/Opinion Research Corporation national poll showed Huckabee as the 2012 presidential co-favorite of the Republican electorate along with Palin and Romney.[71] An October 2009 poll of Republicans by Rasmussen Reports put Huckabee in the lead with 29%, followed by Romney on 24% and Palin on 18%.[72] In a November 2009 Gallup poll, Huckabee was shown as the leading Republican contender for 2012.[73] In November 2010 CNN projected in a poll that Huckabee would defeat Barack Obama in a hypothetical 2012 contest.[74] In a Rasmussen poll taken January 11–14, 2011, Huckabee was even with Obama: 43% – 43%.[75] On May 14, 2011, Huckabee announced on his FNC show that he would not be a candidate for the GOP presidential nomination in 2012. Despite his high national poll numbers and being seen by many as the front runner, Huckabee declined to run, saying, "All the factors say 'go', but my heart says 'no'."[76] 2016 presidential campaign[edit] Main article: Mike Huckabee presidential campaign, 2016 See also: United States presidential election, 2016 Governor Huckabee speaking at the 2014 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in National Harbor, Maryland Political commentators speculated that Huckabee might be ready for another presidential run in 2016. He was limited by a lack of money in 2008 but with changes to federal election law allowing SuperPACs to pour large sums of money into a race he might be better positioned to stay in the race.[77] Huckabee has in addition earned personal wealth since 2008 on the lecture circuit and his TV and radio shows. He ended his daily radio show in December 2013 which strengthened speculations about a presidential bid.[78][79] Huckabee indicated in September 2014 that he will make the decision on whether to run early in 2015.[80] In January 2015, Huckabee ended his show on FNC to prepare for his possible run in the 2016 presidential election.[6] On March 30, 2015, Huckabee supporters launched a Super PAC to make preparations for his run for the Presidential ticket in 2016.[81] On May 5, 2015, Huckabee announced a campaign to seek the Republican nomination for President of the United States in the 2016 election.[10] Political positions[edit] Main article: Political positions of Mike Huckabee Abortion Mike Huckabee is strongly opposed to abortion, including in cases of rape or incest. He has stated that abortion should be legal only when the life of the mother is at risk.[82] He believes that it would "most certainly" be a good day for America if Roe v. Wade were repealed.[83] Health care Huckabee opposed Obama's health care plan, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. He stated that he wants to "give citizens more control over their own health care choices."[84] Free Trade In his book From Hope to Higher Ground, Huckabee expressed support for free trade, but only if it is "fair trade". He identified excess litigation, excess taxation, and excess regulation as three factors contributing to the loss of American jobs, and has proposed economic sanctions on China.[85] Gay Marriage Huckabee has voiced opposition to both same-sex marriage and civil unions. He says that Americans should respect gay couples, but no gay adoptions should take place. He signed legislation outlawing same-sex marriage in Arkansas.[86] Teaching of Evolution Huckabee has voiced his support of intelligent design and he has stated that he does not accept the validity of Darwin's theory of evolution. He was quoted in July 2004 on Arkansans Ask, his regular show on the Arkansas Educational Television Network: "I think that students also should be given exposure to the theories not only of evolution but to the basis of those who believe in creationism."[87] Military In 2007 Mike Huckabee argued for a larger military and an increase in defense spending, writing "Right now, we spend about 3.9 percent of our GDP on defense, compared with about six percent in 1986, under President Ronald Reagan. We need to return to that six percent level."[88] Immigration During his bid for president, Huckabee released a comprehensive nine-point immigration enforcement and border security plan. His plan includes building a border fence, increased border patrol personnel, and increases in visas for skilled workers who enter the country legally. He has previously stated he is opposed to using military resources for border patrol.[89] Huckabee's plan would also require all 11-12 million[90] illegal immigrants to register with the federal government and return to their home countries within 120 days. Failure to do so would carry a 10-year ban from entering the US.[91] Gun control Huckabee has voiced his support for self-defense and the Castle Doctrine, and has generally taken an anti-gun control stance. He believes that the concealed carrying of weapons should be allowed.[86] He has said that whenever he hears people start talking about hunting when referring to the Second Amendment, he realizes they do not know what they are talking about, because the Second Amendment was to allow an armed citizenry the opportunity to protect themselves in case a tyrannical government ever came into power.[92] Public image[edit] Main article: Public image of Mike Huckabee Honors[edit] Huckabee received two honorary doctoral degrees: a Doctor of Humane Letters, received from John Brown University in 1991, and a Doctor of Laws from Ouachita Baptist University in 1992.[93] In 2001 Huckabee was named "Friend of a Taxpayer" by Americans for Tax Reform for his cut in statewide spending.[94] In 2005 Mike Huckabee was named one of Time‍‍ '​‍s top 5 governors,[95] honored as one of Governing magazine's Public Officials of the Year,[96] and given the American Public Health Association's Distinguished Public Health Legislator of the Year Award.[97] In 2006 he was presented with AARP's Impact Award.[98] In 2007 Mike Huckabee was given the Music for Life Award by the National Association of Music Merchants for his music education advocacy.[99] In December 2008, Huckabee became an Honorary Member of Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity.[100] In July 2010, Huckabee became a fundraiser on behalf of for-profit Victory College in Memphis Tennessee and was designated Chancellor of the Victory University Foundation.[101] Organizations[edit] Huckabee was made the chair of the Southern Governors' Association in 1999 and served in capacity through 2000. He has chaired the Southern Growth Policies Board, the Southern Regional Education Board, the Southern Technology Council, the Interstate Oil and Gas Compact Commission, and the Education Commission of the States. He is also a member of the Republican Governors Association and former chairman of the National Governors Association. Huckabee is presently the chairman of conservative PACs called the Vertical Politics Institute and Huck PAC. Huckabee co-hosted Troopathon 2013.[102] Media career[edit] On June 12, 2008, Fox News announced it was hiring Huckabee as a political commentator and regular contributor to their 2008 American presidential election coverage, in their New York election headquarters.[103] Huckabee filled in for Paul Harvey in July 2008.[104] A few months later, he signed a deal with ABC Radio Networks (now Cumulus Media Networks) to carry a daily commentary, The Huckabee Report, beginning in January 2009.[105] After Harvey's death his show replaced Harvey's broadcasts.[106] On April 15, 2015, Huckabee announced that The Huckabee Report would be ending May 1, but subscribers could hear similar content which they would pay for.[107] Huckabee hosted a weekend show, Huckabee, on Fox News Channel, which premiered Saturday, September 27, 2008, at 8 PM EST,[108] and ended on January 3, 2015 so that Huckabee could consider the possibility of running for president.[6] On April 2, 2012, Huckabee launched a long-form daily talk show on Cumulus Media Networks, who provide the call-in guests. The show, which is targeted at second-tier broadcast stations, features long-form interviews and discussions and airs in the noon to 3 p.m. time slot, directly opposite the market leader in talk radio, The Rush Limbaugh Show.[109] On November 27, 2013, Huckabee announced that the show will have its final broadcast on December 12, 2013, stating that he and Cumulus Media mutually decided not to renew the contract.[110] In a December 2013 interview, Huckabee stated that he would be launching a news organization in partnership with Christian Media Corp. International.[111] Notoriety[edit] Mike Huckabee received widespread praise for his state's rapid response to Hurricane Katrina. In 2005, Time magazine named him one of the five best governors in the U.S., writing "Huckabee has approached his state's troubles with energy and innovation" and referred to him as "a mature, consensus-building conservative who earns praise from fellow Evangelicals and, occasionally, liberal Democrats."[95] Governing magazine likewise honored Mike Huckabee as one of its 2005 Public Officials of the Year.[96] Mike Huckabee received 48% of the African-American vote in his 1998 election.[112] On January 21, 2008, Mike Huckabee received the endorsement of 50 African-American leaders in Atlanta, Georgia. The endorsers cited Huckabee's record on life, education, minorities, the economy, the prison system, and immigration as Arkansas governor.[113] In comments made March 1, 2011, on The Steve Malzberg Show, Huckabee said of President Barack Obama, "I would love to know more. What I know is troubling enough. And one thing that I do know is his having grown up in Kenya, his view of the Brits, for example, is very different than the average American."[114] (This is a reference to the Mau Mau Uprising against the colonial rule of United Kingdom in 1952; Obama himself has never lived in Kenya).[115] In comments made March 4, 2011, on the Michael Medved Show, Huckabee spoke about pregnant, unwed actress Natalie Portman, saying "it's unfortunate we glorify and glamorize the idea of out of wedlock children."[116] Huckabee denies he defamed Portman. In April 2011, he was criticized for a remark he made, "I almost wish that there would be a simultaneous telecast and all Americans would be forced, at gunpoint, to listen to every David Barton message," in praise of David Barton.[117] Within hours of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting, Huckabee made headlines in the U.S. and abroad for stating on Fox News: "we ask why there is violence in our schools, but we have systematically removed God from our schools," and further asked "Should we be so surprised that schools would become a place of carnage?"[118] In January 2014, in a luncheon speech at the Republican National Committee's winter meeting, in response to a federal mandate on contraception, Huckabee stated that "Democrats want to insult the women of America by making them believe that they are helpless without Uncle Sugar coming in and providing for them a prescription each month for birth control, they cannot control their libido or their reproductive system without the help of the government."[119] In September 2014, Huckabee was criticized by Richard Dawkins and Patheos for saying "fire the ones who refuse to hear not only our hearts, but God’s heart."[120] In January 2015, he was quoted comparing being gay to "drinking and swearing".[121] The following week Jon Stewart notably ripped Huckabee for his hypocrisy on the gay rights issue linking it to the Bible. "It's why Huckabee never mixes fabric in his clothes or trims his beard or sleeps with another man's slave," Stewart said. "It would be wrong." [122] Personal life[edit] Capitol Offense (rock band)[edit] Capitol Offense performing at the Republican Party of Iowa's Lincoln Day Dinner on April 14, 2007 in Des Moines Huckabee plays the electric bass guitar in his classic-rock cover band, Capitol Offense.[123] The group has played for political events and parties, including entertaining at unofficial inaugural balls in Washington, D.C. in January 2001 and later again 2005, both organized and promoted by the conservative website Free Republic[124] as well as the 2004 GOP Convention.[125] Weight loss and health advocacy[edit] Huckabee (second from left) in August 2002 before his weight loss When elected governor of Arkansas, Huckabee was obese. In 2003, physicians diagnosed him with type 2 diabetes, and informed him that he would not live more than 10 years if he did not lose weight. Huckabee acknowledges that he has weighed as much as 300 pounds (135 kg). Coupled with the death of former Governor Frank D. White (whose obesity contributed to a fatal heart attack) his diagnosis prompted Huckabee to begin eating a healthier diet and exercising. He subsequently lost over 110 pounds (50 kg).[126][127] The New York Times called the weight loss so rapid that "it was as if he simply unzipped a fat suit and stepped out."[128] Although Huckabee has stated that he never smoked nor drank,[17] he declared himself a "recovering foodaholic". Huckabee has publicly recounted his previous burdens as an obese man: the steps of the Arkansas capitol from the entrance of the building up to the Governor's office were so long and steep that he would be out of breath and exhausted by the time he reached the top of the stairs.[129] Huckabee has discussed his weight loss and used health care reform as a major focus of his governorship.[130] At an August 2007 forum on cancer hosted by Lance Armstrong, Huckabee said he would support a federal smoking ban, but has stated that he believes the issue is best addressed by state and local governments.[131] Huckabee has completed several marathons: the 2005 Marine Corps Marathon, the 2005 and 2006 Little Rock Marathon and the 2006 New York City Marathon.[132] The 2005 Little Rock Marathon featured an impromptu challenge between Huckabee and Iowa Governor Tom Vilsack. Huckabee completed the marathon in 4:38:31, defeating Vilsack by 50 minutes. He wrote a book chronicling his weight-loss experience, Quit Digging Your Grave with a Knife and Fork. Huckabee was one of 10 recipients of a 2006 AARP Impact Award acknowledging his work as a "health crusader." In 2009 Huckabee acknowledged that he had gained back a fourth of his weight due to a foot condition that prevented him from running.[133] Books[edit] Huckabee has written or co-authored several books including Do The Right Thing: Inside the Movement That's Bringing Common Sense Back to America (released on November 18, 2008) which became a New York Times Best Seller.[134] Huckabee speaking at Brown University on October 30, 2008 Character is the Issue: How People With Integrity Can Revolutionize America (1997), a memoir (inspired by the crisis surrounding the incidents prior to his taking office as governor) Kids Who Kill (1998), a book about juvenile violence (inspired by the Jonesboro massacre, which took place during his tenure as governor) Living Beyond Your Lifetime (2000), a guide for leaving a personal legacy Quit Digging Your Grave with a Knife and Fork (2005), a health and exercise inspirational guide (based on his personal health experience) Publisher: Center Street From Hope to Higher Ground: 12 Steps to Restoring America's Greatness (2007) Publisher: Center Street "De-Marketing Obesity" in the California Management Review, (with Brian Wansink), 47:4 (Summer 2005), 6–18. Huckabee also wrote the foreword to My Story Your Story His Story (2006) by Larry Toller Governor Huckabee also wrote the Foreword for "With Christ in Voting Booth" by David Shedlock Character Makes a Difference: Where I'm From, Where I've Been, and What I Believe, by Mike Huckabee (2007) Do the Right Thing: Inside the Movement That's Bringing Common Sense Back to America, by Mike Huckabee (2008) A Simple Christmas: Twelve Stories that Celebrate the True Holiday Spirit, by Mike Huckabee (2009) A Simple Government: Twelve Things We Really Need from Washington (and a Trillion That We Don't!), by Mike Huckabee (2011) Dear Chandler, Dear Scarlett: A Grandfather's Thoughts on Faith, Family, and the Things That Matter Most, by Mike Huckabee (2012) God, Guns, Grits, and Gravy by Mike Huckabee (2015) In God, Guns, Grits and Gravy, Huckabee discusses the myriad differences he's seen between those who live in the blue, coastal "bubbles" and the "bubbas" of the red flyover states. Huckabee uses Jay Z and Beyoncé as examples of a "culture of crude." He describes Beyoncé's lyrics as "obnoxious and toxic mental poison."[135]
Wikipedia Chuck Norris
Carlos Ray "Chuck" Norris (born March 10, 1940) is an American martial artist, actor, film producer and screenwriter. After serving in the United States Air Force, he began his rise to fame as a martial artist, and has since founded his own school, Chun Kuk Do. Norris appeared in a number of action films, such as Way of the Dragon, in which he starred alongside Bruce Lee, and was The Cannon Group's leading star in the 1980s.[1][2] He played the starring role in the television series Walker, Texas Ranger from 1993 until 2001. Norris is a devout Christian and politically conservative. He has written several books on Christianity and donated to a number of Republican candidates and causes. In 2007 and 2008, he campaigned for former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee, who was running for the Republican nomination for president in 2008.[3] Norris also writes a column for the conservative website WorldNetDaily.[4] Since 2005 Norris has been widely associated with an internet meme which documents fictional and often absurd feats associated with him. Contents [hide] 1 Early life 2 Martial arts career 3 Acting career 3.1 Rise to fame 3.2 Walker, Texas Ranger 4 Product endorsements 5 Chun Kuk Do 6 Personal life 6.1 Family 6.2 Christianity 6.3 Martial arts and personal fitness 7 Activism 7.1 Philanthropy 7.2 Political views 8 Honors 9 Internet meme 10 Filmography 11 References 12 Further reading 13 External links Early life Norris was born in Ryan, Oklahoma on March 10, 1940,[5] the son of Wilma (née Scarberry) and Ray Norris, who was a mechanic, bus driver, and truck driver.[6] Norris has English, and smaller amounts of Scottish, Welsh, and German, ancestry; he is also said to have Cherokee roots.[1][7][8] Norris was named after Carlos Berry, his father's minister.[9] He has two younger brothers, Wieland (deceased) and Aaron (a Hollywood producer). When Norris was sixteen, his parents divorced,[10] and he later relocated to Prairie Village, Kansas, and then to Torrance, California, with his mother and brothers.[1] Norris has described his childhood as downbeat. He was nonathletic, shy, and scholastically mediocre.[11] He joined the United States Air Force as an Air Policeman (AP) in 1958 and was sent to Osan Air Base, South Korea. It was there that Norris acquired the nickname Chuck and began his training in Tang Soo Do (tangsudo), an interest that led to black belts in that art and the founding of the Chun Kuk Do ("Universal Way") form.[12] When he returned to the United States, he continued to serve as an AP at March Air Force Base in California. Norris was discharged in August 1962. He worked for the Northrop Corporation and opened a chain of Karate schools including a storefront school in his then-hometown of Torrance on Hawthorne Boulevard. Norris' official website lists celebrity clients at the schools; among them Steve McQueen, Chad McQueen, Bob Barker, Priscilla Presley, Donny Osmond and Marie Osmond.[13] Martial arts career Norris in 1976 Norris on the set of the film The Delta Force (1986) Norris was defeated in his first two tournaments, dropping decisions to Joe Lewis and Allen Steen and three matches at the International Karate Championships to Tony Tulleners. By 1967 Norris had improved enough that he scored victories over the likes of Lewis, Skipper Mullins, Arnold Urquidez, Victor Moore, Ron Marchini, and Steve Sanders. Norris would be a two time winner at S. Henry Cho's All American Championship.[14] In early 1968, Norris suffered the tenth and last loss of his career, losing an upset decision to Louis Delgado. On November 24, 1968, he avenged his defeat to Delgado and by doing so won the Professional Middleweight Karate champion title, which he held for six consecutive years.[10] In 1969, he won Karate's triple crown for the most tournament wins of the year, and the Fighter of the Year award by Black Belt Magazine. Norris made history in 1990 when he was the first Westerner in the documented history of Tae Kwon Do to be given the rank of 8th Degree Black Belt Grand Master.[15] In 1999, Norris was inducted into the Martial Arts History Museum's Hall of Fame. On July 1, 2000, Norris was presented the Golden Lifetime Achievement Award by the World Karate Union Hall of Fame. Acting career Rise to fame In 1969, Norris made his acting debut in the Dean Martin film The Wrecking Crew. In June 1970, his younger brother Wieland, a private in the 101st Airborne Division, was killed in Vietnam while on patrol in the defense of Firebase Ripcord.[16] Norris later dedicated his Missing in Action films to his brother's memory. At a martial arts demonstration in Long Beach, Norris met the martial artist Bruce Lee. In 1972, he acted as Lee's nemesis in the movie Way of the Dragon (titled Return of the Dragon in its U.S. distribution), which is widely credited with launching him toward stardom. In Asia, Norris is still known primarily for this role. In 1974, McQueen encouraged him to begin acting classes at MGM. Norris' first starring role was 1977's Breaker! Breaker!, and subsequent films such as Good Guys Wear Black (1978), The Octagon (1980), An Eye for an Eye (1981), and Lone Wolf McQuade proved his increasing box office bankability. In 1984, Norris starred in Missing in Action, the first of a series of Rambo-inspired POW rescue fantasies themed around the Vietnam War POW/MIA issue that were produced by Israeli cousins Menahem Golan and Yoram Globus and released under their Cannon Films banner. The film, however, was criticized heavily as being a preemptive cash-in on the Rambo film series.[17][18] Over the next four years, Norris became Cannon's most prominent star, appearing in eight films, including Code of Silence, The Delta Force, and Firewalker, in which he co-starred with Academy Award winner Louis Gossett, Jr.. Many of the aforementioned films were produced by Chuck Norris's brother Aaron, as were several episodes of Walker, Texas Ranger. In 1986, he was involved in the production of the Ruby Spears cartoon Karate Kommandos. In October 2014 he revealed that he would be shooting a new film, The Finisher, in March 2015.[19] Walker, Texas Ranger By the end of the 1980s, Cannon Films had faded from prominence, and Norris's star appeal seemed to go with it. He reprised his Delta Force role for MGM, which had acquired the Cannon library after the latter's Chapter 11 bankruptcy. Norris went on to make several more films before making a transition to television.[20] In 1993, he began shooting the series Walker, Texas Ranger, which lasted eight years on CBS and continued in heavy syndication on other channels, notably the Hallmark Channel. Norris receiving the Veteran of the Year award by the U.S. Air Force in 2001 On October 17, 2005, CBS premiered the Sunday Night Movie of the Week, Walker, Texas Ranger: Trial by Fire. The production was a continuation of the series, and not scripted to be a reunion movie. Norris reprised his role as Cordell Walker for the movie. He has stated that future Walker, Texas Ranger Movie of the Week projects are expected; however, this was severely impaired by CBS's 2006–2007 season decision to no longer regularly schedule Movies of the Week on Sunday night. Product endorsements Norris has appeared with Christie Brinkley in a long-running series of cable TV infomercials promoting Total Gym home fitness equipment. In 2010, Norris appeared in advertisements for communications company T-Mobile in the Czech Republic.[21] In 2011, Norris appeared in advertisements for the World of Warcraft video game.[22] In 2012, Norris appeared in a series of commercials for the Polish bank BZ WBK.[23] Chun Kuk Do Main article: Chun Kuk Do Norris created the martial art Chun Kuk Do, which is based primarily on Tang Soo Do and includes elements from every combat style he knows. Like many other martial arts, Chun Kuk Do includes a code of honor and rules to live by. These rules are from Chuck Norris's personal code. They are: [24] I will develop myself to the maximum of my potential in all ways. I will forget the mistakes of the past and press on to greater achievements. I will continually work at developing love, happiness and loyalty in my family. I will look for the good in all people and make them feel worthwhile. If I have nothing good to say about a person, I will say nothing. I will always be as enthusiastic about the success of others as I am about my own. I will maintain an attitude of open-mindedness. I will maintain respect for those in authority and demonstrate this respect at all times. I will always remain loyal to my God, my country, family and my friends. I will remain highly goal-oriented throughout my life because that positive attitude helps my family, my country and myself. Personal life Family Norris married Dianne Holechek in 1958. In 1963 their first child, Mike, was born. His daughter Dina was born in 1964 out of an extramarital affair.[25] Later, he had a second son, Eric, with his wife in 1965. After 30 years of marriage, Norris and Holechek divorced in 1988. In November 1998, he married former model Gena O'Kelley, born in 1963 and 23 years Norris' junior. O'Kelley had two children from a previous marriage. She delivered twins in 2001: Dakota Alan Norris, a boy, and Danilee Kelly Norris, a girl.[26] The wedding was performed by Lawrence Kennedy, who is featured in Norris' autobiography.[27] On September 22, 2004, Norris told Entertainment Tonight's Mary Hart that his daughter Dina was the result of an extramarital affair. He did not meet her until she was 26, although she learned that he was her father when she was 16. She sent a letter to his home informing him of their relationship. After meeting her, Norris said he knew she was his daughter upon seeing her.[28] Chuck Norris has nine grandchildren.[29] Christianity An outspoken Christian,[30] Norris is the author of several Christian-themed books, such as The Justice Riders. He has also been in a few TV commercials promoting Bible study and prayer in public schools, in addition to efforts to reduce drug use. In his WorldNetDaily columns, he has expressed his belief in Biblical creationism,[31] that those who are troubled should turn to Jesus, and is quoted as saying "true patriots" do not stay clear of discussing religion and politics.[32] On April 22, 2008, Chuck Norris expressed his support for the intelligent design movement when he reviewed Ben Stein's Expelled for[33] Martial arts and personal fitness Norris has received a black belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu from the Machado family.[34] In his February 15, 2010 WorldNetDaily column, Norris announced that, starting in the fall of 2010, he will begin a second weekly column for Creators Syndicate. This new column, "C-Force", will focus on personal fitness.[35] Activism Philanthropy In addition to being an actor, Chuck Norris is also a philanthropist. He is known for his contribution towards organizations such as Funds for Kids, Veteran's Administration National Salute to Hospitalized Veterans, the United Way, and the Make-A-Wish Foundation in the form of donations as well as fund-raising activities.[36] His time with the U.S. Veterans Administration as a spokesperson was inspired by his experience serving the United States Air Force in Korea. His objective has been to popularize the issues such as Pensions and Health care, that concern hospitalized war veterans. Due to his significant contributions, and continued patriotism, he received the Veteran of the Year award in 2001 at the American Veteran Awards.[36] Norris also established the United Fighting Arts Federation and KickStart in 1990. As a significant part of his philanthropic contributions, the organization was formed to develop self-esteem and focus in at-risk children as a tactic to keep them away from drug-related pressure by training them in martial arts. Norris hopes that by shifting middle school and high school children's focus towards this positive and strengthening endeavour, these children will have the opportunity to build a better future for themselves.[36][37] In 2005, Norris founded the World Combat League (WCL), a full-contact, team-based martial arts competition, of which part of the proceeds are given to his KickStart program.[36] Additionally, Norris supports the Vijay Amritraj Foundation, which aims at bringing hope, help and healing to the defenceless and innocent victims of disease, tragedy and circumstance in India. Through his donations, he has helped the foundation support Paediatric HIV/AIDS homes in Delhi, a blind school in Karnataka, and a mission that cares for HIV/AIDS infected adults, as well as mentally ill patients in Cochin.[38] Political views Norris with former Presidential candidate Mike Huckabee in Londonderry, New Hampshire Norris is a Republican, and has donated more than $32,000 to Republican candidates and organizations since 1988.[39] Norris supports gun rights and ownership, and is against public schools celebrating the Day of Silence, an event held annually in support of LGBT students and LGBT rights.[40] In 2006, Norris began penning a column for the conservative news website WorldNetDaily, sharing his "musings about faith, family, freedom, country, loyalty – maybe even kickboxing." On October 22, 2007, Norris announced his endorsement of Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee for President.[41] Norris said, "I believe the only one who has all of the characteristics to lead America forward into the future is ex-Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee."[42] After the 2008 presidential election, Norris drafted a letter to President-elect Barack Obama, stating that he should "use and cite the Constitution ... protect American life ... learn from the mistakes of your Democratic predecessors ... [and] lead more from the center".[43] On November 18, 2008, Norris became one of the first members of show business to express support for the California Proposition 8 ban on same-sex marriage, and he chided activists for "interfering" with the democratic process and the double standard he perceived in criticizing the LDS Church without criticizing African Americans, who had voted for the measure by a wide margin.[44] During the 2012 presidential election, Norris first recommended Ron Paul, and then later formally endorsed Newt Gingrich as the Republican presidential candidate.[45] After Gingrich suspended his campaign in May 2012, Norris endorsed Republican presumptive nominee Mitt Romney, despite Norris having previously accused Romney of flip-flopping and of trying to buy the nomination for the Republican Party candidacy for 2012.[46][47] On the eve of the election he and his wife Gina made a video warning that if evangelicals didn't show up at the polls and vote out President Obama, "...our country as we know it may be lost forever...".[48][49] Norris also produced the film Answering the Call, which featured his 2007 trip to Iraq to visit the troops.[50][51] Honors Norris during a promotion ceremony at Camp Taqaddum in the Al Anbar province of Iraq on November 2, 2006 On March 28, 2007, Commandant Gen. James T. Conway made Norris an honorary United States Marine during a dinner at the commandant's residence in Washington, D.C.[52] On December 2, 2010, he (along with brother Aaron) was given the title honorary Texas Ranger by Texas Governor Rick Perry.[53] Internet meme Main article: Chuck Norris facts In late 2005, Norris became the object of an ironic internet meme known as "Chuck Norris Facts", which document fictional, often absurdly heroic feats and characteristics about Norris. Norris has written his own response to the parody on his website, stating that he does not feel offended by them and finds some of them funny,[54] claiming that his personal favorite is that they wanted to add his face to Mount Rushmore, but the granite is not hard enough for his beard.[55] On November 29, 2007, Gotham Books, the adult division of Penguin USA, released a book entitled The Truth About Chuck Norris: 400 facts about the World's Greatest Human based on the Chuck Norris Facts.[56] Norris filed suit in December against Penguin USA and author Ian Spector claiming "trademark infringement, unjust enrichment and privacy rights."[57] Norris dropped the suit in May of the following year.[58]