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July 14, 2005

Around the Blogosphere

NEA: Defending Mediocrity in Education since 1857

...as well as extorting money from teachers to give to Liberal politicians

Michelle Malkin, Captain's Quarters, The Wide Awakes

Rehnquist Watch

Michelle Malkin, Eugene Volokh, Outside the Beltway, Jawa Report, PoliBlog, Pajama Hadin

American Moslem Cleric Gets Life in Prison

Outside the Beltway

The Return on Python (Monte)

Outside the Beltway

Stop the ACLU Blogburst

Cao's Blog

Columns of note

Karl Zinsmeister

Do religious conservatives have horns?

We often hear that “religion has no place in politics,” but that is a smokescreen thrown out by people who are suddenly losing most of the cultural battles. Nobody said Martin Luther King’s Southern Christian Leadership Conference didn’t belong in politics because it was religious. The welfarism and leftist foreign policy promoted for a generation by the National Council of Churches didn’t raise any squeals from the left. If religion doesn’t belong in politics, how come the liberal Reform wing of Judaism calls its Washington office, headed by a rabbi, the Religious Action Center? Why did the Methodist church run a lobbying operation for decades from an office located on the one block between the Senate Office Buildings and the U.S. Supreme Court?

Posted by Danny Carlton at July 14, 2005 08:15 AM

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Danny! Would you update your link to our site? We are now at http://www.stoptheaclu.com

Thanks, Jay

Posted by: Jay at July 15, 2005 06:21 AM

Actually I just link to whichever blog has the Blogburst up at the time. but I did add the main site to my aggregator, so I'll be able to check on you better.

Posted by: Danny Carlton at July 15, 2005 06:36 PM

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