In late May of 2010, Wellesley, Massachusetts public middle school students took a field trip to the Islamic Society of Boston Cultural Center – a controversial Saudi-funded mega-mosque run by the Muslim American Society of Bostn. There, the students were separated by gender and the boys were asked to join the Muslim adults in their prayer. Several of the public school boys took part.
How much longer will we allow garbage like this to continue? Can you imagine a public school even THINKING about sending kids to an afternoon Bible School or any kind of Christian Revival? Are you kidding me?
Meet Nate Whigham, a tea party protester and organizer featured on Your World with Neil Cavuto today. Whigham is a conservative with a strong faith in the Constitution who is upset with the current direction America is heading in– and he also happens to be black.
Neil Cavuto interviewed Whigham, who for many on the left is considered a mythical being, along with co-organizer Julianne Thompson. Given the abundant accusations of racism against the Tea Party movement in general and, more specifically, social conservatives, Cavuto had to ask: what are you doing here?
Whigham was a good sport, claiming that “I guess I’m a racist” and admitting that he had voted for Barack Obama before “just knowledge” hit him and he realized that he disagreed with many of the Democrats’ policies. He also claims that after shouting “what?!” at him and looking confused, many of his family members and friends listened to what he said to say and said “wait a minute- you’re right!” “It’s just a question of getting the word out to more people,” he noted.
This weekend on the Huckabee show, Richard Dreyfuss appeared to talk about the importance of the teaching of Civics in schools. Dreyfuss, as you may know, portrayed Dick Cheney in Oliver Stone’s flop “W” movie. Yes, it was popular the first few days, but shortly after the first week, other better movies shoved it down further and further on the charts. When will these Hollywood elites learn that America- and Bush-bashing movies just don’t make it? I guess ideology trumps money for them. And fortunately for them, money isn’t an issue, whereas it is for the rest of America.
Also, is it just me, or does Richard act like he wants a “cooties” shot just for being on a Fox News set? I have to say, Mike played the gracious host, and if you’ve ever needed proof that Christians are forgiving people, this could stand for prime example #1.
Lastly, I only understood about 1/4 of Dreyfuss’ ramblings. I truly think this man is mad – like “mad cow” mad. But hey, that’s just me.