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Robert De Niro Forced to Pull Anti-Vaccine Documentary From the Tribeca Film Festival‏

March 27, 2016 | Filed Under Biology, Entertainment, Gary Krasner, Medicine, Movies, PCism, Science, Society/Culture | Comments Off on


Robert De Niro Forced to Pull Anti-Vaccine Documentary From the Tribeca Film Festival‏

-By Gary Krasner,

(Note: In an Associated Press article published on March 26 in The New York Times, it was reported that due to pressure from pro-vaccine activists famed actor Robert De Niro pulled a film from the Tribeca Film Festival that linked vaccines to autism. This is the story that Gary Krasner, the Director Coalition For Informed Choice, is reacting to below…)

The essence of this story is about defamation of Andrew Wakefield, and how personal defamation has replaced civil debate.

When one party wishes to dodge a debate on the merits of issues (Trump), he will defame his opponent (Cruz) with slanderous lies.

Seeing that progressive politics was a hard sell to the mainstream public, the infamous radical community organizer Saul Alinsky raised it to a high art.

In his “Rules For Radicals” (1971), Alinsky taught that defamation of character is an important tactic to use. Hillary Clinton was an early disciple of his work.

In 1969, Hillary Rodham wrote a 92-page senior thesis for Wellesley College titled “There Is Only the Fight . . . “: An Analysis of the Alinsky Model’.

20 yrs later, Obama taught the rules of this great tactician to Chicago activists when he worked for ACORN. Defamation of his opponents enabled him to win his first 2 local elections.

Today, Alinsky’s 13th rule: “Pick the target, freeze it, personalize it, and polarize it”, is being used against parents who think vaccination is a contributing cause of ASD.
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Are The Religious More Tolerant Than Social Scientists?

June 24, 2014 | Filed Under Anti-Americanism, Bible, Biology, Catholicism, Christianity, Constitution, Democrats/Leftists, Education, Ethics, Evolution, Government, Government Corruption, Jews, Judaism, Liberals, Nanny State, PCism, Progressives, Race, Racism, Religion, Science, Society/Culture, Warner Todd Huston, Western Civilization | Comments Off on


Are The Religious More Tolerant Than Social Scientists?

-By Warner Todd Huston

A new book by science writer Nicholas Wade seeks to explore the possible connection between evolution and race but in a recent op ed the author points out that in some ways religious people have become more tolerant than those social scientists who think of themselves as being warriors against racism and ignorance.

The book, A Troublesome Inheritance: Genes, Race and Human History, is being attacked by those Ivory Tower profs in the social sciences. But with this attack they have proven themselves to have essentially become anti-intellectual and anti-science as the genome project expands humanity’s knowledge about the building blocks of our biology.

In a June 22 Wall Street Journal op ed, Mr. Wade seeks to expose the ignoramuses in the so-called social sciences.
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Science Showing How Stupid Racists Really Are

January 30, 2014 | Filed Under Biology, Evolution, History, Medicine, Race, Racism, Science, Society/Culture, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off on


Science Showing How Stupid Racists Really Are

-By Warner Todd Huston

As scientists unravel the human genome, it is becoming increasingly obvious that there is no such thing as a “race” of humans. All humans share parts of their DNA with almost every other human as it happens, and this is increasingly so as this big world shrinks with cheap, safe, and easy travel. But as science learns more of our DNA we have found that there was intermixing between our human ancestors and the more primitive Neanderthals and that story tends to show just how stupid racists really are.

So, let’s think back to the most common taunt that racists who are related through white, European ancestors offer when assessing darker humans, whether they be Indians, blacks, or others. Don’t they say that their heavy brows or dark features make them out to be “primitives”?

Further, haven’t blacks been portrayed as Neanderthals, dim witted, slow, plodding, animalistic sorts who aren’t as sophisticated as those more learned white folks?
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Scientists: Babies With Three Parents on the Horizon

July 3, 2013 | Filed Under Abortion, Biology, Britain, Children, Conservatives, Contraception, Democrats/Leftists, Ethics, George W. Bush, Law, Liberals, Pro-Life, Progressives, Science, Stem Cell Research, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off on


Scientists: Babies With Three Parents on the Horizon

-By Warner Todd Huston

Science is always pushing the envelope to see what it can create, but babies with three parents? That is what a recent report out of Britain claims. Soon babies born of DNA of one man and the donor eggs of two women might be on the horizon.

A report at the Daily Mail says that a baby with three parents could be born as early as 2105 after a “landmark decision” by British authorities to allow a “controversial genetic treatment.”

While the genetic experiments are quite controversial and raises fears of “designer babies,” others feel that many ailments, diseases, and hereditary genetic disorders could be cured and that babies could be born with a level of assurances that they would be healthy.

The techniques, the Daily Mail reports, would take the egg from one mother, inject it with DNA from a second woman and fertilize it with a man’s sperm. “The resulting healthy child,” the Mail reports “would effectively have two mothers and a father.”

The British Government’s chief medical officer, Professor Dame Sally Davies, claims that the procedure does not materially alter the genetic traits that would be passed on from the original donor egg and likened the introduction of genetic material from the second female egg to a changing of a “battery pack” in some electronic gadget.
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New Insect Species Found… On Photo Sharing Website

August 26, 2012 | Filed Under Animals, Biology, Inernet, Science, Technology, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off on


New Insect Species Found… On Photo Sharing Website

-By Warner Todd Huston

There may be nothing new under the sun, but there appears to be at least one thing new on the Internet. Scientists have announced this year that a new bug was identified on the Internet. No, not a virus or trojan program, but a real bug. An insect, now dubbed Semachrysa jade, was discovered by an entomologist who was looking at pictures of bugs uploaded by a user of the photo sharing site Flickr.

As entomologists are wont to do, Shaun Winterton was perusing Flickr last year looking at pictures of bugs uploaded by users of the photo sharing site when he came across a photo of a bug he’d never seen before.

The photo shows a green lacewing with black lines and shimmering blue spots on its wings. Winterton, a senior entomologist at the California Department of Food and Agriculture, says that this coloration has never been seen before on a lacewing.

Winterton sent the photo to several bug-loving colleagues of his quizzing them if they had ever seen the insect. Turns out none of them had. Winterton had found a bug unknown to science and on the Internet of all places.
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Aborting Born Babies: Are Only Liberals Truly ‘Human’?

May 7, 2012 | Filed Under Abortion, Biology, Democrats/Leftists, Ethics, Government, Health, Human Rights, Law, Liberals, Medicine, PCism, Science, Society/Culture, Warner Todd Huston, Western Civilization | 1 Comment

-By Warner Todd Huston

In February of 2012, a pair of left-wing “philosophers” wrote a paper that claimed that babies aren’t human until they can become cognizant of themselves, aware that if they were to be “aborted” or killed they’d be losing something valuable, their lives. This, they claimed, justified abortion as well as post birth infanticide. Naturally they had elaborate justifications for their stance and what they wrote is chilling indeed, for it essentially states that only people that think like them are really worth the status of “human,” worth having their lives considered sacrosanct.

The pair, Alberto Giubilini of Milan, Italy, and Francesca Minerva of Australia, held as a central thesis that since abortion is so commonly accepted there had to be a more expansive use for it. That use, the pair decided, should be to cover killing babies born with developmental problems. After all, they said, neither fetuses or newborns “have the same moral status as actual persons,” so this certainly must mean that newborns with catastrophic birth defects could be killed without any moral reservations.

Here is how they justified the non-human status of both a fetus and a born baby.
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A Good, Pro-Life Hollywood Story

January 3, 2012 | Filed Under Abortion, Biology, Entertainment, Hollywood, Movies, Science, Stem Cell Research, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off on


A Good, Pro-Life Hollywood Story

-By Warner Todd Huston

Here at the site we often take Hollywood to task for its outrageous liberalism, and rightfully so. Of course it’s our job to look for the worst cases to alert you all about the nagging left-wing bias. But occasionally there are stories that are good ones and it is incumbent upon us to report those, too. This is one of those stories.

More often than not when we have stories out of Hollywood about life issues it is invariably a pro-abortion tale and in the case of scientific studies, it is usually some denizen of Tinseltown coming out forcefully for unethical fetal stem cell research. The destruction of life is de rigueur out there, unfortunately.

But not this time.

You might say that this celebrity has boldly gone where no Hollywooder has gone before. You also might wince at my horrible attempt at humor when you find out that we are here today to celebrate the efforts of Eugene W. Roddenberry Jr., the son of Gene Roddenberry the creator of Star Trek.

You see, in October the son of the “Great Bird of the Galaxy” donated $5 million to stem cell research. But, unlike so many of the Hollywood persuasion, this gift is not earmarked for fetal stem cell research. It is instead going to a facility that specializes in adult stem cell research.
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Is the Philosophy of Modern Science – Unscientific?

December 4, 2011 | Filed Under Biology, Charles Darwin, Evolution, Liberals, Michael Bresciani‏, Science | Comments Off on


Is the Philosophy of Modern Science – Unscientific?

-By Rev Michael Bresciani

The best place to begin an examination of modern scientific philosophical flaws is in its very own definition. What science has become is far removed from its original definition.

In the beginning, it was easier to trust the conclusions of science when it defined itself as the empirical study of all things, based on repeatable, observable phenomena and careful record keeping of the results. Today’s science is rife with wild speculation, overworked theory, and just plain authoritarian guesswork. If a scientist said it, it has to be true, but is that true?

There are plenty of reasons that science is never questioned and not the least of these is because most scientific disciplines don’t want a hint of possible error being attached to them. Like all areas of modern life, accountability to the creator, God, must never be openly acknowledged. Religion is a highly doubtful area of substandard sources and subtexts, in the eyes of many scientists, who think it is largely for those who are squeamish and the fearful who haven’t got any savvy, cool or real brains to start with.
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Religion Bad, Science Good – An Argument for Fools

August 21, 2011 | Filed Under Biology, Charles Darwin, Christianity, Computers, Evolution, Liberals, Medicine, Michael Bresciani‏, PCism, Religion, Science, Society/Culture, Technology, Western Civilization | Comments Off on


Religion Bad, Science Good – An Argument for Fools

-By Rev Michael Bresciani‏

My recently published piece entitled “Premiere of Discovery’s ‘Curiosity’ – Shameless Secularism not Science” has created no small stir among both the religious and the scientific community. While I never intended for that to happen it has become one of the greatest lessons of my life.

I loved science as a child and my fascination with all new discoveries has never ended. The importance of some discovery is inestimable and the search for knowledge is a healthy and exciting aspect of human endeavor. It is the philosophy of science and in some cases, the dogma of science that needs to be scrutinized a great deal more carefully.

Being a man of faith does not preclude exercising some legitimate scrutiny about all that calls itself religion. Not using our best wisdom and utilizing some careful research is why those with religious proclivities, sadly, end up in cults or much worse they finish life with a kool-aid cocktail. Those with a great love of science could learn at least this one lesson from the religiously inclined.
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Bogus Sex Scares Used to Ban BPA – The BPA File, Part Five

May 3, 2011 | Filed Under Alan Caruba, Anti-Americanism, Biology, Business, Capitalism, Democrats/Leftists, Economy/Finances, Government, Health, Liberals, Medicine, Science, Society/Culture, Technology, Western Civilization | Comments Off on


Bogus Sex Scares Used to Ban BPA – The BPA File, Part Five

-By Alan Caruba

Over the course of the first four elements of The BPA File, we have documented a massive, global campaign to ban bisphenol-A, BPA, a chemical that has been safely used for more than a half century to protect metal and plastic containers for food and liquid against spoilage and the resulting hazard to health.

Every day, somewhere in the nation and the world, there is a constant repetition of lies regarding BPA They frequently target the fears of mothers of newborn infants, but also allege a wide variety of other health threats including a healthy sex life for men and women.

In the same fashion that the global warming hoax was spread and maintained by a campaign that asserted that everything from frizzy hair to blizzards was the result of a dramatic warming cycle that was either happening or predicted to happen, the effort to ban BPA uses the same technique.
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The Great Race Deception

February 2, 2011 | Filed Under Biology, Christianity, PCism, Race, Religion, Science, Selwyn Duke, Society/Culture, Technology, Western Civilization | Comments Off on


The Great Race Deception

-By Selwyn Duke

Just about two years ago, people were speaking of a new era: post-racial America. Well, it occurs to me that if we get any more post-racial, we’ll have a race war. And the latest on this front is a new exhibit at the Boston Museum of Science (MOS) called “RACE – Are we so different?” Reports American Thinker’s Peter Wilson:

The exhibit offers a fascinating window into the fun-house mirror world of race theorists, racial “scholars,” and a good part of the anthropology profession. Even a sympathetic reviewer in the Boston Globe admits that “there’s a wearying didacticism to the show,” and it’s no surprise that the didactic lessons about race are all slanted toward the left.

As for that Globe reviewer, Mark Feeney, he writes:
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Feds Deciding When Healthcare Science Costs Too Much To Save Lives

October 22, 2010 | Filed Under Barack Obama, Biology, Budget, Democrats/Leftists, Economy/Finances, Elections, FDA, Freedom, Government, Health, Law, Liberals, Medicine, President, Science, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off on


Feds Deciding When Healthcare Science Costs Too Much To Save Lives

-By Warner Todd Huston

If anyone wants a current example of what is looming ahead for medical science at the hands of Obamacare, the Avastin controversy is a perfect one. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) wants to de-list the cancer drug Avastin one reason being that it is a drug too expensive for government to fund. It is scary to think that the federal government can summarily dismiss cancer drugs merely because of expense, but that is what happens when government starts counting the beans. It becomes an issue of cost instead of effectiveness.

There were other reasons that the FDA wants to dump Avastin, but cost was one of them. One of those that sat in judgment of Avastin admitted that cost was a factor in the decision to delegitimize the treatment. Natalie Compagni Portis, a member of one of the panels that the FDA convened to investigate the drug, said, “We aren’t supposed to talk about cost, but that’s another issue.”
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Professor Bloodlust: Kill All Meat Eating Animals for THEIR Sake?

September 27, 2010 | Filed Under Animals, Biology, Children, Christianity, Education, Liberals, Religion, Science, Warner Todd Huston, Western Civilization | 1 Comment

-By Warner Todd Huston

In the warped moral thinking of the extreme left, all creatures are better off never having existed for their “suffering.” This is, for instance, how in-human leftists excuse abortion. If a child was never born, they contend, he will never suffer.

Well, at least one professor has taken this extreme precept to its ultimate end. In a recent rambling New York Times piece Rutgers philosophy professor Jeff McMahan has proposed that we kill off every meat eating animal (including humans presumably) on earth to stop the “suffering” of their prey.

He proposes that we can do this either by just killing them all, or by some sort of genetic manipulation to breed out their carnivorous propensities. Why should we do this? Because it is the nice, Christian thing to do, of course. Why, think of it, we’d be ending “suffering” on earth he says.
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Embryonic Stem Cell Research: The blood trail of progress

September 25, 2010 | Filed Under Abortion, Biology, Health, Liberals, Paul A. Ibbetson, Science | Comments Off on


Embryonic Stem Cell Research: The blood trail of progress

Paul A. Ibbetson

With a recent federal appeals court decision temporarily lifting the ban on embryonic stem cell research, the question of destroying a life to save a life is again thrust back into the realm of public debate. As reported by medical AP writer Lauran Neergaard, the National Institutes of Health will rapidly resume embryonic stem cell research as well as remove holds on grants and contracts allowing the use of embryonic stem cells.

The stance from the White House on this debate has been predictable. Former President George W. Bush’s position against federal funding for embryonic stem cell research was a part of his pro-life stance and heavily based on his religious belief in the sanctity of life. Barack Obama, the president who said in 2008 at a rally in Pennsylvania that if his daughters ever made the mistake of getting pregnant he would not want them “punished with a baby,” has predictably taken the modern liberal stance on this issue in support of federal funding for embryonic stem cell research.
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Conceived Overpopulation One Reason DDT Perished

July 20, 2010 | Filed Under Biology, Business, Economy/Finances, Free Trade, Government, Kevin Roeten, Liberals, Medicine, Science, Society/Culture, Uncategorized, Western Civilization | 1 Comment

-By Kevin Roeten

Humans killing humans. It’s happened in the past, and will likely happen in the future. One of the most prolific baby-killing machines has been the banning of the man-made chemical [dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane]. Billions know it by its acronym—“DDT”.

Why would so many feel justified with the deaths of 50-80 million mostly children (2-3 million per year), and mostly in Africa from malaria? (1) This genocide is painfully described by Steve Jalsavec in how National Geographic acknowledges huge loss of life to malaria and …the need for DDT. (2)

Some Americans believe the death of African children is wholly justified for population reduction. Evidently, they are expendable. But Malaria is the biggest killer of African children.
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Almost a Thousand Major Scientists Dissent from Darwin!

May 9, 2010 | Filed Under Biology, Charles Darwin, Christianity, Dr. Don Boys, Evolution, Religion, Science | Comments Off on


Almost a Thousand Major Scientists Dissent from Darwin!

-By Don Boys, Ph.D.

A major storm of protest against the myth of evolution has been building for many years, as proved by almost a thousand major scientists, all with doctorates who have signed on to the following statement as of 2010: “We are skeptical of claims for the ability of random mutation and natural selection to account for the complexity of life. Careful examination of the evidence for Darwinian theory should be encouraged.”

Those scientists threw down the gauntlet to evolutionists by publishing a two-page ad in a national magazine with the heading, “A Scientific Dissent From Darwinism.” Fevered, fanatical, and foolish evolutionists will charge that those dissenting scientists were backwoods yokels (maybe even a few snake handlers and flat earthers mixed in) dug up by pushy creationists to promote their cause. Not so, I have gone over the list and if certification and accreditation are so important, impressive, and indispensable, then those people will give evolutionists a perpetual heartburn. Major scientists around the world agree with them and many of them have not yet signed on to the dissent although they have gone on record that mutations and natural selection did not produce evolution. Other major scientists critical of evolution have died in the last 25 years.
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Evolutionist: A Blind Man in a Dark Room Looking for a Black that isn’t There!

April 9, 2010 | Filed Under Anti-Americanism, Atheism, Biology, Charles Darwin, Christianity, Democrats/Leftists, Dr. Don Boys, Evolution, Liberals, Western Civilization | 1 Comment

-By Don Boys, Ph.D.

I would be delighted if my critics would refute my article “DNA in Your Body Could Reach to the Sun and Back—70 Times! Please help me see the light. I will be waiting, but I don’t expect any answers, only vulgar and incoherent blathering.

An Australian critic “responded” to my DNA article by sending me a link to an atheist website replying, “Properly (sic) refutation required? Well allow me to provide you with this information. Consider yourself refuted.” I responded: “That was a rebuttal? You’ve got to be kidding. I assume you are a smart mouth (or is it dirty mouth) 12-year-old kid. I do not “consider [myself] refuted.”

Atheists/evolutionists are pathetic. They allegedly believe in being open, balanced, fair, and logical but are the most illogical people living. I will consider myself refuted if anyone can inform me how the DNA got the information that determines whether a person will be short, tall, eye color, and whether he will have five fingers on each hand. Alternatively, I will be satisfied to know how the Universe got here without God. You know, simple things like that.
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Evolution Believed by Fools, Fanatics, and Fakers!

April 2, 2010 | Filed Under Biology, Charles Darwin, Christianity, Dr. Don Boys, Evolution, Religion, Science | 1 Comment

-By Don Boys, Ph.D.

My recent article titled, “DNA in Your Body Could Reach to the Sun and Back—70 Times” caused a stir in different parts of the world. I especially had unusual responses from the Canadian Free Press readers. I have never followed the results of my articles but did so because of the volume, vileness, and viciousness of responders. Those atheists/evolutionists really get angry when their religion is debunked!

One wrote, “This is the dumbest g** d*** article I’ve ever read in my life.” Well, that is his opinion but not well expressed. May I point out that he did not try to refute it? Wonder why? Could it be because he is dumb as a box of rocks? No one can tell me where and how DNA gets its information. Information must have a Source. A book does not compile itself. A computer code does not create itself. Only fools, fanatics, and fakers believe such nonsense and non-science.

Another evolutionist wrote pretending to be Jesus. “Thanks for the laugh. My dad and I are totally cracking up. Please keep in mind that my dad created science as way for you to learn what you couldn’t figure out morally. Some people just need that. Also, my dad created evolution to keep the planet going in perpetuity.” I thank the writer for his original and thoughtful message. It is good to hear from Jesus when I read the Bible; however, this is obviously not from the Bible. No doubt, the writer thinks of himself as a wit and he may be half-right. I hope he will take time to refute my article.
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DNA in Your Body Would Reach to the Sun and Back–70 Times!

March 20, 2010 | Filed Under Atheism, Biology, Dr. Don Boys, Religion, Science, Technology | Comments Off on


DNA in Your Body Would Reach to the Sun and Back–70 Times!

-By Don Boys, Ph.D.

Dr. James A. Shapiro, bacterial geneticist at the University of Chicago, and one of the leading researchers in his field said, “A cell under stress will splice its own DNA into over 100,000 pieces. Then a program senses hundreds of variables in its environment and then re-arranges those pieces to produce a new, better, evolved cell.” Please read that again. Absolutely astounding! Moreover, all that happened by accident; however, only a closed-minded fool or dedicated follower of the religion of evolution believes such balderdash.

All scientists admit that DNA is an informational code. It would have to be in order to accomplish what it does. However, creationists insist on knowing where the information came from. How does the DNA know to do the above? Professor Richard Dawkins did a television interview where he was asked about how information originated and he looked to his upper right then to his upper left, licked his lips, then looked at the camera, then to the interviewer and by this time even I was feeling sorry for his discomfort. Here was the number one atheist in the world without an answer for eleven loooong seconds. Finally, he told them to turn off the camera then after an unknown period of time, he came up with an irrelevant answer to give the impression to the stupid that he had given an answer to the question. If that had happened to me, I would be ashamed to show my face in public again. I sure would not go back on television. All he had to say was that God had placed all necessary information in our DNA. So pathetic.
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