President Bush Funds Planned Parenthood with Over $2 Billion

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President George W. Bush has always presented himself as a conservative “pro-lifer,” but has collectively allowed $2.2 billion dollars worth of funding for Planned Parenthood. According to Jim Sedlak, an expert on Planned Parenthood for the American Life League, Bush and his representatives “gave no legitimate excuse for not cutting off the money.” Sedlak and other ardent pro-lifers were hopeful that Bush would cease all funding for Planned Parenthood when he was elected, but that never came to be. In fact, Sedlak says, “Planned Parenthood has gotten more and more [federal] money every year – a slightly greater increase than under President Clinton.”


Matt Damon’s Worst Nightmare

I guess that this was inevitable after word spread about Matt Damon comparing Sarah Palin’s potential Presidency to a “really bad Disney movie.” created a “trailer” based on his comments, and the results are hilarious!

Warning: Extremely funny footage!

U.S. to Guarantee a Palestinian State

According to World Net Daily, the Bush administration is planning on issuing a letter to guarantee the establishment of a Palestinian state, which would include sections of Jerusalem.  The Bush Administration is striving to accomplish this prior to President Bush’s departure from office.

Ron Reagan Doubts His Father Would Have Supported Palin

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Ron Reagan, the youngest son of the late President Ronald Reagan, has stated in an exclusive interview with that he doubts that his father would have supported Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin. He said that Palin “has nothing in common with my father, a two-term governor of the largest state in the union, a man who had been in public life for two decades, someone who had written, thought and spoke for decades about foreign policy issues, domestic policy issues, and on and on and on.”

The Survey Says… Keep Religion Out of Politics

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Photo by Thomas Northcut/Getty Images

According to a recent survey conducted by the Pew Research Center, a majority of Americans (52%) now think that religious organizations should stay out of politics.  The survey also showed that the greatest increase in this sentiment is among – surprise! – conservatives.

There is also evidence that a growing number of people are uncomfortable with candidates discussing how religious they are.


  • In 2004, 30 percent of Conservatives said that religious organizations should stay out of politics.  That figure is now at 50 percent.
  • In 2004, 40 percent said that they felt uncomfortable when a politician discussed how religious they were.  The figure has now increased to 46 percent.
  • In the new survey, 48 percent said that religious conservatives had too much control over the Republican Party.  Conversely, 43 percent said that non-religious liberals had too much control over the Democratic Party.

Despite the fact that Americans have a growing concern about the role of religion in politics, the new survey shows that a majority continue to say that it is important for politicians to have strong religious beliefs.

Sarah Palin’s Fifth Child is Actually Her Grandson?

As the newly minted Republican Vice Presidential Nominee, Alaska Governor Sarah Palin is currently under investigation by an ethics committee for what has been coined as “TrooperGate”, and now she may have an even bigger problem to contend with. Palin claims that her fifth child, Trig Palin, suffers from Down Syndrome. It is a sympathetic cause, indeed, but now there is speculation that Trig is not even her son! If the speculation is proven to be true, Trig is actually her grandson. Her 16-year-old daughter, Bristol, was actually carrying the baby (80% of Down Syndrome cases occur for mothers under the age of 35). The most compelling evidence so far is…

  • On March 6th, 2008, Palin announces that she is 7 months along in her fifth pregnancy, although she does not appear to be pregnant. Even her colleagues and close staff members are surprised.
  • On April 18, 2008, Palin is in Dallas, TX, for the Republican Governor’s Convention. She starts leaking amniotic fluid, but insists on delivering the keynote speech anyway. After the speech, she does not go to the nearest hospital, as would be expected. Instead, she opts to take an 8-hour flight from Texas to Alaska to deliver Trig.
  • In the meantime, Bristol Palin, her sixteen-year-old daughter, has already been out of high school for a period of 5 to 8 months. A case of mononucleosis is cited as the reason for her absence. The typical recovery period for mononucleosis is 2 weeks to 3 months…

Supposedly, The National Enquirer is already investigating the story. Only time will tell if this story has merit, a la the John Edwards affair scandal.

You can read the “evidence” for yourself and view corresponding pictures at

UPDATE #1: just reported today that Bristol Palin is “about 5 months along” with her first child. McCain’s campaign stated that she decided to keep her child and intends to marry the father.

UPDATE #2: just posted a picture of a pregnant Sarah Palin.

UPDATE #3:  Okay, I’m going to raise the white flag on this one.  It appears that Sarah Palin did actually give birth to Trig.  I don’t know why an experienced mother of 4 would choose to take an extended flight from TX to AK (with a layover in Seattle), all while leaking amniotic fluid and fully aware of her child’s Trisomy 21 condition?  I posted this originally because I thought that it was a fair question.  People can (and do) evaluate the information and come to their own conclusions.  In light of the recent John Edwards scandal, who could simply brush it off?  Also, it is biologically possible for a 16-year-old girl to have a baby, so it was not an inconceivable notion (no pun intended).

Barack Obama Picks Joe Biden as V.P.

Just reported a few minutes ago by CNN!