Friday, July 2, 2010
Welcome to my blog ‘What On Earth?’. The following is my explanation as to what this blog is all about. Most fair-minded people know that there is a heavy liberal-progressive bias in most of our print and news media. There is also this same bias in our television shows and movies out of Hollywood, as well as in our public schools. Not only is there this liberal-progressive bias but there’s also a secular bias, which makes sense when you realize that the Democrats are mostly a secular (anti-Christian, anti-Jewish) political party. The media is a powerful tool for the progressives and is really the main reason they still have any viability despite mostly being unethical, fraudulent, lying dogs. This blog counteracts these biases. It’s a collection of articles, e-mails, and even pictures and cartoons which tell what’s going on in our country from a more Conservative – Republican viewpoint. It’s a blog that attacks those who I view as our enemies – Democrats, Islamofacists, public sector unions, atheists, gays who want to destroy our religious liberties, race baiters, activist lawyers and judges who think we have a “living Constitution”, baby killers, and our current administration which is attempting to bring our country down. Basically these groups all fall under the progressive-liberal umbrella – so-to-speak. If anything you read in this blog offends you, feel free to leave comments. No matter what you believe you have the potential to read a lot more truth than you may be accustomed to seeing.
I have included a lot of links (at the bottom of articles) that allow you to read more articles by the same author or about the same subject. Like most blogs it’s a chronologically ordered blog so many of the stories and articles correspond with what's going on at that particular place in time. There are also many historical articles as well because I love history and it’s relevant in both politics and religion. I’m not out to make any money with this blog and it’s obscure – I like it that way. I see it as a reference tool.
There is one long article that I wrote which is about how I used to be a Democrat (due to my indoctrination growing up) but eventually became a Republican. I think it is relevant to my whole purpose of keeping a blog like this one. If you would like to read it, click here. Don't forget you can always get back to where you came from by using the back arrow.
I wrote this introduction and decided to post it within the blog itself so I could make it more detailed, and then I added the link. Thank you for stopping by, and when you vote – if you care at all about our country - vote Republican. If you may have any overall comments about this blog this would be a good place to leave them.
2-27-11 A word about my 'What On Earth' and 'Stories' blogs
My political-religious blog "What On Earth" has been in existence since August 2007. It has been a fast paced blog that moves quickly and articles that I believed were important became buried quickly. I have sought out a remedy for this and what I came up with was another blog which works in tandem with WOE where I could put the more important articles on a much slower paced blog - where they wouldn't get buried so fast and would maybe actually be read by more people. So that is what my "Stories" blog is for - the slower paced blog. I reposted several articles that were buried on the WOE blog on this Stories blog. Recently I decided to post LP (long player) threads on the Stories blog. These are threads with a theme containing many articles that follow this theme. Basically it's so you can read various opinions from differing angles on the same subject easier, whereas on the WOE blog you would have to hunt around and dig more within the blog to accomplish the same thing. Today I decided to provide links in the contents (lower-right-side) for these LP threads on each of these blogs. I believe they are informative to read - if you are reading this you should check them out sometime. Again these links are on the lower-right-side toward the bottom under LP (long Player)links.
As I've mentioned before in my introduction these blogs come from a Conservative-Republican viewpoint and is unapologetically biased in this direction. If you want the opposite viewpoint - check out our mainstream media. They are everywhere and have influence on many. They also rarely deviate from their narrow narratives. I recommend checking things out from both sides and seeing how they stack up against each other. I just don't want to waste much space on liberal-progressive-democrat bullshit on these blogs.
Thanks for reading!
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