EXCLUSIVE COMMENTARYThe bad news is that I can’t get the link to work, and so I guess I won’t be surviving.
The good news about nuclear destruction
It’s not the end of the world – you can survive!–WND
2. Harvard Law student Ben Shapiro has read the Foley IMs and then summarized the racy stuff. He then asks:
Why repeat these perverse details?We’ll let you, the reader, decide why Ben “Porn Generation” Shapiro might have repeated the perversion.
UPDATE: And here’s the shorter version of Ben’s column: “What Foley did was reprehensible, and it’s the fault of the Democrats, who ruined our morality with all their teen sex and their homosexuality.”
3. And speaking of sex, that’s exactly what Renew America’s Downtown Judie Brown is going to tell us NOT to do:
In an online column, [Planned Parenthood's medical affairs director, Vanessa] Cullins answered a question about when the “right time” would be for parents to begin talking about sex with their children. In response, she tells the reader that “understanding sexuality is a lifelong process.” She also explains that Planned Parenthood experts suggest that by the age of five children should be taught the “basics” including the names of all their body parts and that their bodies belong to themselves. She continues by suggesting that somewhere between the ages of 9 and 13 children should be taught that “sex is a natural, pleasurable part of life. They should be familiar with birth control methods and sexually transmitted infections, and of course the dangers of sexual abuse.” In other words, a five year-old is not too young to begin the indoctrination process which leads to heightened curiosity, which leads to the practice of sexual behavior that leads to sexually transmitted infections — and abortionYes, parents, you set your kids on the path to STDs and abortion when you teach them the names of their body parts. So, unless you want them to grow up to be diseased.baby-killing sluts, keep them in the dark about such matters. And by all means, NEVER tell about the dangers of sexual abuse, because otherwise they might complain about creepy emails and thus bring about the downfall of the Republican House majority.
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