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May 03, 2005

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Joel Belz
Media malpractice: The public never learned about Terri Schiavo's true condition

“She complained when she was in pain. She fussed at the staff. She laughed when her mother came in, and she cried when her mother left. She teased. Her father, Bob Schindler, would come in with his mustache and beard, and she would—in her own way—play with him about how they tickled her...All those human details were critical to demonstrate to the public...because of the determination of Michael Schiavo...to portray her not just as brain damaged, but as brain dead.”


David Limbaugh
A bankruptcy of values and ideas

“Regardless of what Hillary's purportedly changed attitudes show about her, they speak greater volumes about the political party she seeks to lead. The fact is that Hillary remains a darling of the Left and all its fringe constituency groups despite her increasingly heretical declarations.”


Dennis Prager
Moral absolutes: Judeo-Christian values, part 11

“Moral relativism means that murder, for example, is not objectively wrong – you may feel it's wrong, but it is no more objectively wrong than your feeling that some music is awful renders that music objectively awful. It's all a matter of personal feeling.”


Vox Day
Flattered to deceive

“It's no surprise that the less intelligent and the less informed you are, the more likely you are to get your news from local television.”

Posted by Danny Carlton at May 3, 2005 10:37 AM

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