9/05/2008

"TOP 7 MYTHS, LIES AND UNTRUTHS ABOUT SARAH PALIN"

My son Maxim has his first news story up at Fox News here reviewing the news coverage regarding Sarah Palin.

Some comments on Maxim's piece can be found here and here.

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8 Comments:

Blogger be603 said...

Well done -- kudos to Maxim (and to a rightly proud dad).

9/05/2008 10:49 PM  
Anonymous Doug Sharp said...

Congrats!

Could you ask him when Fox will be doing a report on the Top 47 Myths, Lies, and Untruths about Barack Obama?

I'm not holding my breath. I emailed Fox to ask about the oversight but haven't heard back from them.

9/06/2008 12:44 AM  
Anonymous Clark said...

doug,
Lol...Don't count on ever seeing that!

I appreciate the links to the source material... so often we don't get that, even on many websites where it's so easy to do.

I'd only actually hear or read a couple of there: the AIP, the sex-ed, the creationism. I'd read the rumor about the baby, but only in the context of a rumor proven to be untrue.

I'm sure we will get all kinds of comments about the "liberal" media reporting these things by people who completely fail to recognize the irony you point out, doug.

9/06/2008 10:18 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Clearly the fact that Fox news has reported this story refutes the fact that CNN, NBC, CBS, ABC, MSNBC, NPR and almost all of the major print media are biased left of center.

If Fox was indicative of the "media" in general, why would liberals continuously complain about its right of center bias?

Since Fox is not indicative of the "media", there is no irony except for those who do not understand the concept.

9/06/2008 7:38 PM  
Anonymous Clark said...

Anonymous,
Take a break. Your posts are becoming increasingly incoherent.

9/06/2008 9:05 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

http://www.sodahead.com/group/3/forum/26/discussion/89067/
Maxim Lott - very nice job

9/07/2008 8:25 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Teaching Evolution - Is There a Better Way?
http://www.creationmoments.net/articles/article.php?a=21

Should Evolution Be Immune From Critical Analysis?
http://www.rae.org/critanl.html

[snip]

Dr. David N. Menton is a former Associate Professor of Anatomy, Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, now retired. In his September 1995 address ("Evolution: Is a scientific critique possible?") at the Abbey Arts Centre in Abbotsford, British Columbia, Menton commented:

"What I'm suggesting in the classroom is: not teaching creation. What I'm suggesting you consider in the classroom is: teach evolution the way your Minister of Education says you ought to--teach the curriculum the way they say you ought to. I believe in obeying the laws. I didn't come here to tell you to get yourself thrown out of a job or anything like that...Do what you're asked to do."

"But there isn't anyone that's going to stop you from presenting critical evidence against evolution. No one."

"I eagerly look forward to the first test case in court, where they drag a teacher kicking and screaming into the courts who has done the job they're supposed to do. They've taught evolution--they've covered the curriculum--they've covered the points in the book--but they also presented scientific evidence that is critical of these evolutionary views--evidence generated by other evolutionists themselves. I'm waiting for the court case when they take that person in the school and say: 'You have no right presenting scientific evidence from evolutionists critical of evolution.'"

"I'll tell you--the approach that is being taken here guarantees one thing...you're guaranteeing this course is going to be boring--you're going to teach evolution as a 'Just So Story'. Anyone with dissenting points of view is going to get crushed. They're either going to go along with the evolutionary paradigm, or be told that they can't speak out; they're not going to win that round, and neither will you. You're going to bore your kids silly."

Should Evolution be Immune from Critical Analysis in the Science Classroom?
http://www.icr.org/index.php?module=articles&action=print&ID=411

Teaching Origins in Public Schools
by David Menton
http://emporium.turnpike.net/C/cs/teach.htm

9/08/2008 2:37 AM  
Anonymous Martin G. Schalz said...

I too, left a comment at Fox News. I too, was ignored.

Here is my response that I just left at Maxim's post...

[quote=Duke Schalz]One freakin' comment after all this time?

I myself left a comment, and it was not 'unlawful, threatening, libelous, or obscene'. Quite the contrary...

For me to point out that the weak attack the strong, is not any of the above, and should have been allowed. Does the history of the Democratic party also exist here, at Fow News? They (The Democrats) would love nothing more than to destroy this Country, via the destruction of the Bill of Rights, as well as the other Amendments (except perhaps for the 19th., and the First, only if the First applies to Democrats!).

Sarah Palin, Governer of Alaska, is being crucified by the Left Wingnuts of the Democratic Party, and I make a point of this, and I do not get time on this blog?

You folks (The Fox News mediator), deny me the Right of Freedom of Speech, because I am what? Forcefull? Direct and to the point? Non PC?

Granted, the Bill of Rights only applies to the Federal, and State Governments, and not to so called 'News' media, such as yourselves.

You should all be ashamed of yourselves. Where in the hell is Bill O'Riley when I need him? at least he is fair, and decent!

Who praytell, moderates this blog? Obama?[/quote]

I was proud Mr. Lott, that your son took up the cause of truth, and was able and willing to do so. Yet I, and others are ignored?

There was only one comment posted, when I submitted my second response. Too bad I did not have the foresight to copy my first response, so that I could verify it here, in this, your blog Sir.

I do stand by what I say, and I hope that this gets read.

Sincerly, Martin G. Schalz. A very worried American Citizen.

9/08/2008 7:56 PM  

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