The dangers of a liberal July 4th party

Chilli Grilled Tofu, very un-American food

This year, for the Fourth of July, I decided to infiltrate a liberal Independence Day celebration to see what happens when you mix patriotism with LIBERAL BIAS.

Chilli Grilled Tofu, very un-American foodIt was obvious that it was a liberal party, even though supposedly it was to celebrate the birth of this great nation. People were swimming in the pool, but nobody was wearing American flag patterns on their swimsuits. They were grilling the most terrible lame tofu vegetarian stuff, instead of dead flesh, like real Americans eat. Plus, absolutely nobody was reading from the Constitution or the Declaration of Independence.  It was a horrible experience.

So I decided to stir things up a little bit by grabbing a beer, and yelling, “America is the best country in the world! Today is about celebrating the fact that we’re the only country where there is real FREEDOM! YEE-HAW!

Instead of the usual applauds, cheers, and offers of sex that usually come as a response to this kind of talk, I was met with curious looks, and one person said, “Well, actually… most Western European countries are pretty free these days…”

I don’t believe that,” I said, defending the honor of my country.  “Besides, even if it’s true now, America was the first country to have a government by the people! We invented elections!!”

 

At this point, most people realized that I was right and so turned away to go back to other things.  However, I could tell that a couple of these liberals at this party were just itching for a fight.  Some guy wearing a Hawaiian-looking shirt said: “Actually, elections have been around a really long time. I mean, didn’t they have elections in the Roman empire back in like 900 AD?”

“Yeah,” piped up some other scrawny-looking guy, probably educated in some kind of fancy university. “The nobles elected the emperor. Which really wasn’t that different from the early elections here in the United States, where only white male land-owners could vote.”

Shut up! I don’t believe that,” I cleverly replied, “And besides, even if that’s true, those were still elected monarchs who could do anything at all to the people! The United States invented due process, and the idea that you can’t just lock people up for no reason!!! That’s why America is the BEST!!!”

 

Then some hippie-looking chick, probably one of those feminists, totally got in my face and was all, “Actually, that was the Magna Carta, in 1297. It said that nobody could be imprisoned or arrested or punished without being accused of a crime and being given a trial. In fact, the Founding Fathers of the United States specifically stole the Fifth Amendment from the Magna Carta.”

I don’t believe that!!” I said, like any proud American would. “Besides, America invented other stuff! We have the free market!” I continued, “America invented capitalism!”

 

“Actually,” said some other whiny liberal in the crowd, “There have been cities in Europe going back as far as the thirteenth century that guaranteed that anyone living there was free to buy and sell whatever goods they chose. It was written into the town charters of many Medieval cities!”

I don’t believe that,” I said, taking another swig of beer. “Besides, even if that’s true, they still didn’t have freedom of speech! America invented freedom of speech!”

 

“Actually, didn’t Sweden abolish censorship in 1766?” asked some foreign-looking guy drinking a Margarita.

“That’s right,” said a person standing next to him, “And Denmark and Norway in 1770.”

Shut up!  Shut up, shut up shut up! I don’t believe any of that!” I yelled, turning around to face the other direction, so those liberals who had just spoken would know that they were wrong.

Stupid liberals.

 

Confederate History and Liberal Bias

Confederate History Month

In honor of Confederate History Month, today we present an educational article about terrible liberal bias that appears in the way modern politicians and educators talk about the Confederacy and Civil War.

Ray McBerry is a perfect example of how creeping liberalism has created a deliberate distortion of the true nature and philosophy of the Confederacy.

Ray McBerry, a vocal advocate of Confederate History Month, said in an interview with The Daily Beast that the Civil War was not really about slavery:

“It was about a federal government that was out of control and imposing its will on the states—a federal government that was acting beyond the scope of the Constitution. Ironically, some of the very issues we are debating today.”

This is something that we hear all the time: the Civil War was about States’ Rights. The Confederacy loved the Constitution and it was the north that was violating it.

THIS IS A LIBERAL DECEPTION AND A LIE!

It’s pretty clear what is going on here: conservatives have been bullied into being afraid of being called “racist” by liberals. Conservatives are therefore trying to distort and lie and whitewash the truth about the Confederacy in order to make it more “acceptable” to liberals.

What is the truth about the Confederacy?

We will let the words of the Vice President of the Confederacy, Alexander H. Stephens, in his 1861 Cornerstone Speech, speak for themselves:

Confederate History Month

That is the true philosophy of the Confederacy.

Do not let these modern apologists try to lie to you and say anything different, just because the liberals have scared them with the “R” word (“racist”).

Why you scared of your conservative Southern heritage, Ray?

Stand up and own it.

Running from the real meaning of the Confederacy, after all, could be seen as just another form of liberal bias!!!

 

Science’s increasing liberal bias!

History of Scientific Bias

History of Scientific Bias

Liberals like to talk about how conservatives have become more and more hostile toward science over time.  The fact is: it is science that has become more and more hostile toward conservatives over time!

The above graph demonstrates conclusively that ever since the birth of Jesus, science has had an increasing liberal bias!  Indeed, if you exclude the anomalous freak occurrence of the radical liberal Aristotle in 384 B.C., science has basically had an increasing liberal bias throughout all of history!

An explanation and analysis of the graph is provided below. The “liberal bias score” was determined using an 11-point balanced Likert scale evaluation of each scientific theory by a convenient sample of survey participants (N=1). But none of that is important because let’s face it, nobody ever pays attention to the methodology of scientific studies: they just look at the pretty graphs.

625 B.C Thales of Miletus says that the earth floats on water.Analysis: This statement is consistent with the Bible, which states that originally there were the “waters of the deep” and that the earth, i.e. land, was created in that water. Thus, we give this theory an overall rating of “conservative.” Score:

-3

(conservative)

460 B.C Democritus claims that all matter is made up of atoms.Analysis: Atoms are never mentioned in the Bible, so this claim is slightly suspect. Plus, the person’s name is “Democritus” which automatically suggests liberal bias. However, the theory itself is not especially liberal or conservative. Thus we give this theory an overall rating of only “slightly liberal”. Score:

1

(slightly liberal)

384 B.C. Aristotle claims that all events have a natural cause, and although there must have been an original “un-moved mover” (God) it (sic) no longer participates or willfully influences the world.Analysis: This is clearly heretical and filled with godless liberal nonsense. It denies the possibility of a personal God granting miracles or punishing gays or doing any of the other things that God obviously does. Moreover, Aristotle wrote political essays about how the government should help citizens to have happy lives, which means he was also a socialist who was against personal responsibility. Obviously a radical liberal lunatic. Score:

5

(extremely liberal)

287 B.C. Archimedes discovers mathematical laws that govern the volumes of shapes and the properties of simple tools like levers.Analysis: There is nothing especially conservative or liberal about these mathematical relationships. On the one hand, it is important to observe and understand the laws that God has commanded the universe to work by. On the other hand, it might have been better if Archimedes had made the point that God can over-ride these rules at any time. As a result, we give these discoveries an overall rating of neutral. Score:

0

(neutral)

161 A.D. Galen analyzes animal bodies in order to develop theories about human anatomy.Analysis: Galen was a strong proponent of using observation in order to develop medical theories, but also understood the importance of using logic, intuition, instinct, and beliefs in the development of scientific theories. Plus, he refused to violate the dignity of corpses and instead experimented on animal corpses. He is therefore one of the earliest examples of an anti-Animal Rights activist, and so we give him an overall rating of conservative. Score:

-3

(conservative)

354 A.D. Saint Augustine explains that although beings have constantly changed since creation, one species cannot change into another.Analysis: This brilliant insight cannot be stressed enough, even in current scientific debate. Evolutionists like to claim that because things change, one species automatically must change into another. Augustine argued against that over a thousand years before Darwin was even born! He therefore deserves credit for being extremely conservative. Score:

-5

(extremely conservative)

525 A.D. Dionysius Exiguus discovers that all years should be counted starting with the year of Jesus’s birth and should be identified as “the year of our Lord” (Anno Domini, or A.D.).Analysis: Obviously this is one of the great scientific discoveries of all of history, and is completely consistent with conservative values. Liberals who are trying to destroy our culture want to replace this label with “C.E.” Score:

-5

(extremely conservative)

1473 A.D. Copernicus claims that the sun, not the earth, is the center of the universe.Analysis: This is an attempt to minimize the importance of man, God’s highest creation, and reduce us to “just some part” of a larger universe. Although not totally liberal on its own, this theory is setting the stage to erode conservative values. Therefore, this theory gets a score of “slightly liberal”. Score:

1

(slightly liberal)

1564 A.D. Galileo claims that scientific theories must be validated by experiments.Analysis: This was clearly the beginning of the end, when it comes to science. Prior to this, scientists turned to scripture, morality, and intuition to help them to decide what theories were correct. Galileo thought that experiments mattered more than scripture or faith. Obviously a liberal theory. Score:

3

(liberal)

1642 A.D. Newton describes three laws of motion.Analysis: These laws are neither liberal nor conservative. Although they are not explicitly mentioned in the Bible, the Bible does talk about God’s Laws and it’s reasonable to suppose that these laws of motion might be exactly what God intended. The overall score of these laws is therefore neutral. Score:

0

(neutral)

1791 A.D. Faraday introduces the notion of magnetic “force fields”.Analysis: The very idea that there are unseen forces that are not made up of matter, but are not the direct will of God, is downright pagan sorcery and magic. Introducing the idea of a “field” into physics is basically the same as saying “Devil powers” but using a less intimidating name. Obviously a liberal theory. Score:

3

(liberal)

1809 A.D. Darwin comes up with the idea of evolution.Analysis: This one really requires no discussion, right? Score:

5

(extremely liberal)

1916 A.D. Einstein’s theory of relativity.Analysis: There are a number of problems with relativity, not the least of which being that it involves “relativism” which states that things depend on your point of view. This is a dangerous idea that can lead to moral decay. Score:

3

(liberal)

1925 A.D. Heisenberg claims that positions and velocities are uncertain and are not even concretely defined unless they are observed by people.Analysis: The whole idea that the state of the universe depends on what people observe? What about what God observes? God knows the position AND velocity of every single atom! To deny the omniscience of God is the utmost of liberal atheist arrogance! Score:

4

(very liberal)

1936 A.D. Alan Turing comes up with the conceptual basis for the programmable computer.Analysis: Turing was a homosexual. Obviously anything he creates is very liberal. Score:

5

(extremely liberal)

1945 A.D. Schroedinger publishes “What is life?” putting forth theories about chemistry, structure and replication.Analysis: This discussion of life does not allow any role for the soul and attempts to completely reduce all life to just chemicals like the stuff you find in a bucket at a factory. ARE YOU JUST CHEMICALS? Of course not. Liberal nonsense. Score:

4

(very liberal)

1965 A.D. Discoveries by Penzias and Wilson lead to the broad acceptance of the “Big Bang” theory.Analysis: The “Big Bang Theory” is not described in tbe bible, and is very clearly an attempt to remove God from any discussion of the origins of the universe. But can the “big bang” explain life? No. And where did the “big bang” come from? Obviously a flawed atheist theory meant to undermine conservative values. Score:

4

(very liberal)

1997 A.D. Wilmut and Campbell clone a sheep.Analysis: Once again arrogant scientist are trying to infringe upon the domain of life and creation, which by all rights should only be the proper activity of God. This is immoral and contrary to good conservative values. Score:

5

(extremely liberal)