Framing the Dialogue

Posts Tagged ‘children’

Dirty Job

Jay CarneyI worry sometimes that perhaps it’s me. Things that seem so clear to me are often obfuscated by those on the left as they make their arguments. Think of Obama’s chief propagandist, Jay Carney, and the stuff (I really mean another word, four letters, rhymes with spit) he has to spew in defense of Obama policies. It really is a dirty job.

Moral High Ground


Judge Andrew Napolitano has written an interesting article along similar lines with this startling fact that I have never heard before;

“The president himself has killed about 176 children in Pakistan by the use of CIA drones. These drones have been dispatched by him alone — not pursuant to any congressional declaration of war. At least two of these murdered children were Americans. But since the cameras were kept away and since the survivors are legally and politically helpless, no one here hears the Pakistani children’s cries of pain and anguish.”

The Trees Rather Than The Forest

I heard a rather dramatic radio advertisement this morning and since I usually tune out commercials I didn’t really catch all of it. Radio being what it is I heard the ad several more times. The following is the ad by the Evangelical Environmental Network;