Tuesday, January 10, 2006

Tuesday's Anti-PC Roundup

Anti-PC LeagueFirst, a quick rant.
I read a review of Commander In Chief that said it wasn't edgy enough or some such nonsense. The reviewer didn't like it because the President was too moral, the decisions too pat. Well, maybe the writing and plotting can improve. But I, for one, appreciate the integrity that Geena Davis' character portrays. Just the opposite of the priest in the Book of Daniel, from what I've heard.

Now, a quick roundup.

  • 4TheLittleGuy has more than a little to say about Sen. Arlen Specter who "brought out the same tired 'stare decisis' argument that he tried in the hearings for John Roberts" in the Alito confirmation hearings. This post explains.

  • A Rose By Any Other Name calls political correctness for what it is with this quote by John Adams. "Be not intimidated... nor suffer yourselves to be wheedled out of your liberties by any pretense of politeness, delicacy, or decency. These, as they are often used, are but three different names for hypocrisy, chicanery and cowardice."

  • Ace of Trump serves an ace with this perspective: "While I feel for this guy, he was the one who took medications he obtained from an internet pharmacy without ever having been seen by a physician in the first place." Good question on personal responsibility.

  • The Bullwinkle Blog blogs about Howard Stern, his first show, and his interaction with George Takei. "I bet George won’t suffer too long being treated like that. He’ll leave, and the audience will, too. " Read the post to find out how Stern treated Takei.

  • Cardinal Martini is a Fair Tax Fan and submits that it is "a gross and immoral form of extortion to tax some people at a higher rate than others." He also just joined the Fair Tax Fans - a group of bloggers of likemind.

  • Well, that's a wrap for tonight. If you're an Anti-PC blogger, feel free to open link here. Thanks!
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