Show Notes for Episode 52: Back to audio diaries
-Decided to use WordPress.com for homepage and have been tweaking it nicely as of late
-Been Blogging a lot more
-We’re now on Stitcher!
-Sarah Palin got added to Fox News and Brit Hume’s stupid remarks about Tiger Woods
-Jay Leno/Conan O’Brien debacle
I just heard a rumor that Sarah Palin was getting a gig with Fox News. It seems that BBC has confirmed this rumor. Just great. As if she didn’t cause enough mass hysteria and damage to this society on Facebook. Now she gets to do a show on the “fair and balanced” network to spread her agenda on an even larger and broader audience. As bad as this will be, for those that blindly watch that network and further indoctrinate themselves with misinformation, in a way I’m glad. If you put all the blowhards and people of that ilk on the same channel it will be that much easier for me to block them out. With the exception of joke segments on the Daily Show, I won’t have to worry that she may pop up on another news channel or news show that I’m watching. Now all they need to do is get Carrie Prejean to co-host with Sarah and maybe have Glen Beck be a surprise guest and they can re-enact a very sad version of the Three Stooges.
I recently read an article in the NY Times that mentioned how three American Evangelical Christians went to Uganda on a 3-day conference to discuss the “evil institution” that is “the gay movement” and its goal “to defeat the marriage-based society and replace it with a culture of sexual promiscuity”. These same three bigoted Americans are now shocked that a bill to give gays the death sentence is underway thanks to their message. Really? You preach fear mongering to a group that is ignorant of homosexuality and you don’t expect a violent reaction?!
This past week there was a less dramatic, but just as ridiculous, statement made by news-anchor Brit Hume regarding Tiger Woods’ religious background and how it’s hindering his ability for a full recovery. Unless of course he converts to Christianity where he can find the “forgiveness and redemption that is offered by the Christian faith”.