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Of course, the whole thing is just a ruse to ask for more money. I guess the low Hollywood summer box office is affecting donations from the left coast. Whatever the reason, you can check out my new Examiner.com article by clicking below and finding out just how dubious the Democrats' claims of lies really are.
Obama campaign: Paul Ryan lied in RNC speech
On Tuesday night, Cruz took the podium at the RNC in Tampa immediately after former Sen. Rick Santorum spoke, but rather than give him air time, media news outlets including MSNBC and CNN did not show the speech. PBS and C-SPAN were the only major national news broadcasters to show his entire speech, which was met with loud applause and cheers from convention delegates.
Cruz said America is witnessing a "great awakening...a national movement of 'we the people,' brought together by what unites us, a shared love of liberty."
Cruz also spoke of his background, including the history of his mother, and the struggles of his father, who was imprisoned and tortured in Cuba before he could escape to Texas with $100 sewn into his underwear. He also blasted the Obama administration for their handling of the economy the last four years. "Government is not the answer. You are not doing anyone a favor by creating dependency, destroying individual responsibility," he said.
MSNBC's coverage of the Republican National Convention has been especially critical, blasting the GOP on issues like abortion, health care, and immigration. As Red Alert Politics pointed out, however, MSNBC chose to ignore all minorities the GOP featured Tuesday night in their television coverage.
Not only did MSNBC refuse to show a moment of the Ted Cruz speech, but they also chose not to show speeches by former Democratic Rep. Arthur Davis (who is African American), Puerto Rican First Lady Vela Fortuno, Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval, and Utah Congressional candidate Mia Love (who is African American). Instead, they featured the commentary of Chris Matthews and Rachel Maddow.
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Maine schools ban birthday cupcakes
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Gerard, the 69 year old actor who played the quintessential hero on the NBC show Buck Rogers in the 25th Century, has never shied away from speaking his mind to his 5,000 followers via his Facebook page. On Easter Sunday 2012, he made clear his Christian faith by celebrating the resurrection of Jesus Christ, and acknowledged his Jewish friends and fans celebrating Passover.
When the recent Chick-fil-A controversy began to stir, Gerard entered the fray by posting a image on his Facebook page supportive of the restaurant chain. He even joined a Facebook group supporting Chick-fil-A and freedom of speech.
While the majority of his followers seemed supportive, some took offense. One decided to address Gerard directly, causing the actor to post the following message on his page:
"I received a personal message from an anonymous (of course) person who accused me of supporting bigotry because, I assume, I had shared the photo of the poster relating to the whole Chick-fil-A thing.
"As far as I can ascertain the owner of Chick-fil-A made no derogatory statement regarding homosexuals or homosexuality itself, nor did he propose taking any actions against homosexuals, as in firing any who work for him or denying service to any who came to his stores.
"What I did find was that a man expressed an opinion regarding gay marriage, which he is entitled to do under the rights guaranteed him by our Constitution, and he was promptly attacked as being anti-gay. Don't see it, haven't seen it, hope not to see it 'cause I can't support bigotry.
"I would think that the gay community should look to themselves and think about the bigotry implied in their stance, after all, the man only expressed an opinion, simply engaged in civil discourse, didn't call any names, or recommend that action be taken against anyone."
Gerard's statement caused even more furor for some, insistent that a stand for Chick-fil-A was anti-gay. They pointed to information provided by the left-leaning website Equality Matters and the Southern Poverty Law Center, but an examination of the information provided does little to prove the restaurant chain as anti-gay. They site the rather benign and well-respected organizations Fellowship of Christian Athletes and Focus on the Family as anti-gay, only on the basis that their Christian beliefs state homosexuality is a sin.
Gerard later said that if he ever saw proof that Chick-fil-A supported bigotry of homosexuals, he would withdraw his support.
Many of Gil's fans took note that he was attempting to have a civil yet fair debate about the issue. Alan Slonaker posted on Gerard's Facebook page "Gil, I'm starting to believe that your page may be one of the last bastions of civil discourse on the internet. It's nice to see and greatly appreciated."
Santorum still scares the heebie-jeebies out of some, even though he is out of the political limelight somewhat. Alan Ball, the guy who created the HBO vampire series True Blood, is so scared of Santorum that he used him as the basis for a villain on the show. Seriously. To find out why Santorum puts Ball's shorts in a bunch, click right here to read my column at Examiner.com.