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Quote# 98872

[Under Essay: Best New Conservative Words]

New Term: uncertainty principle

Origin date: 1929

Comments: an underlying chaos (uncertainty) at the atomic level in the physical world after the Fall of man, which renders a perpetual motion machine and life beyond 120 years impossible

Andy Schlafly, Conservapedia, Essay:Best New Conservative Words 28 Comments [1/21/2014 4:03:02 AM]
Fundie Index: 28
Submitted By: Night Jaguar

Quote# 98856

Ladies and gentlemen, FOX News is now a liberal news channel:

"The Fox News Channel heavily promotes RINO Backers -- commentators who may appear to be conservative but side with RINOs just when it matters most. Examples include Bill O'Reilly, Sean Hannity, Karl Rove, and Rush Limbaugh, who savaged Todd Akin for making a pro-life statement pointing out that pregnancy from rape is rare due to feminine biology. The Fox News Channel gave Karl Rove a platform to raise money against pro-life Republican candidates.
Even center-right pundit Sarah Palin is too conservative for Fox News Channel, as when it canceled some of her interviews at a key political moment in August 2012,[1] and then refused to renew her contract. And Fox News believes that the former guatemalan president Efraín Ríos Montt was a dictator.[2]"

Andy Schlafly, Conservapedia, FOX news 64 Comments [1/19/2014 1:25:43 PM]
Fundie Index: 43
Submitted By: Elie Challita

Quote# 98674

In the story a mob surrounds a woman to stone her for adultery, and ask Jesus what they should do. Jesus is describing as writing in the ground, and eventually beseeches those who have not sinned to cast the first stone. The crowd then disperses, beginning with the eldest first. This apocryphal passage is a favorite of liberals who oppose those who stand up for Christian values, as when the left-leaning Bill O'Reilly cited this passage to criticize the star of Duck Dynasty for standing up against homosexual conduct.

Andy Schlafly, Conservapedia 39 Comments [1/10/2014 4:06:32 AM]
Fundie Index: 35
Submitted By: Night Jaguar

Quote# 98666

Conservative of the Year 2013

"Duck Dynasty" family

Achievements
Gives up millions of dollars rather than cave into liberal censorship by the homosexual agenda, after the liberal media expelled a member of the family for speaking biblically.

Comments
Hard to disagree with a high ranking for how this family stands on principle, and opposes liberal censorship of free speech

Andy Schlafly, Conservapedia,Conservative of the Year 2013 59 Comments [1/9/2014 4:33:13 AM]
Fundie Index: 35
Submitted By: Night Jaguar

Quote# 98665

Negative numbers were not fully accepted by mathematicians until the 1800s, including how a negative number dominates the result in multiplication with a positive number, to yield a negative outcome. Yet Jesus's parable of the sower and the seed, in Matthew 13:1-23, Mark 4:1-8, and Luke 8:4-8, explained the same effect nearly 2000 years earlier.

Andy Schlafly, Conservapedia, Biblical scientific foreknowledge 38 Comments [1/9/2014 4:32:33 AM]
Fundie Index: 41
Submitted By: Night Jaguar

Quote# 97994

But FDR privately wanted the United States to enter into World War II to protect Britain against Germany. Britain had been badly weakened by decades of socialism, declining values, and rising atheism along with belief in evolution. Britain, weakened by decades of economic socialism and declining Christianity, was no match for the larger and much stronger Germany, and Britain needed America to save it.

Andy Schlafly, Conservapedia, American History Lecture Eleven 49 Comments [12/2/2013 3:50:51 AM]
Fundie Index: 43
Submitted By: Night Jaguar

Quote# 97678

God does have a sense of humor. Offensive linemen toil in obscurity from the media, but the headlines today are about a lineman named "Richie Incognito."

Andrew Schlafly, Conservapedia 29 Comments [11/16/2013 6:17:44 AM]
Fundie Index: 13
Submitted By: psyGremlin

Quote# 97610

Conservative icon Phyllis Schlafly has come out swinging this week against immigration activists who believe that one of America’s defining symbols, the Statue of Liberty, is an emblem for supporting open immigration to America.

“It’s most unfortunate that people who had nothing to do with this great gift from the French were allowed to paste a plaque on the base of the statue with a quotation that has misrepresented the statue as an invitation to open immigration. The statue has nothing to do with immigration,” Schlafly declared.

“Remember, it’s the Statue of Liberty, not the Statue of Immigration.”


The famed author of the conservative classic “A Choice, Not an Echo” made her comments in a radio blog commemorating the 127th anniversary of the dedication of the statue that has become a symbol of America.

The plaque she criticized, placed on the Statue of Liberty in 1903, bears the sonnet of immigrant poet Emma Lazarus.

Left-wing media outlets, such as Right Wing Watch and Salon, pounced on the opportunity to attack both Schlafly and her remarks.

Salon called her comments “hateful” and tried to undermine her reputation by claiming that no one pays attention to her anymore.

Right Wing Watch, along with criticizing her remarks, did admit “the Statue of Liberty was not originally meant by the French to commemorate immigration.”

Unlike her critics, Schlafly believes that the icon simply represents America’s value for liberty, nothing more.

“The Statue of Liberty memorializes the unique liberty we enjoy in America. It has nothing whatever to do with immigration,” Schlafly stated in her radio blog.

She also writes weekly for WND.

She quoted Presidents Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Dwight Eisenhower and Ronald Reagan to explain the real meaning of Lady Liberty and how the statue represents the uniqueness of America and it’s dedication to freedom and liberty.

“On the Statue of Liberty’s 50th anniversary in 1936, President Franklin D. Roosevelt stated: ‘The Almighty did prepare this American continent to be a place of the second chance. … Millions have … found … freedom of opportunity, freedom of thought, freedom to worship God.’ President Dwight Eisenhower stated in 1954: ‘It represents … a nation whose greatness is based on a firm unshakable belief that all of us mere mortals are dependent upon the mercy of a Superior Being.’ When the Statue of Liberty was relighted after a restoration, President Ronald Reagan said in 1986: ‘I’ve always thought … that God had His reasons for placing this land here between two great oceans.’”

Schlafly has distinguished herself as a staunch opponent of granting amnesty to illegal aliens and has called legislation that would grant it “Republican Party suicide.”

In her latest column, she argues that the current batch of immigrants don’t subscribe to American values and are fiercely resisting assimilation into American culture. Thus, in her opinion, she believes that it is a bad policy for the GOP to pursue immigration reform as it would certainly kill the party.

Phyllis Schlafly, WND 36 Comments [11/13/2013 4:01:00 AM]
Fundie Index: 19

Quote# 97407

Public schools did fine before there was atheistic exclusion of Christianity from them. Public schools have far more money now than before, and yet have far lower quality now.

["Andy that's not a valid argument; it's a correlation-causation fallacy. Again, if Christianity is the root of success in public schools - why is Japan at the top of the list, where a hugely significant majority of the population defines themselves as non-religious?"]

Correlation is often due to causation, and the exclusion of Christianity was clearly a cause of the subsequent decline in values, motivation, safety, and achievement of public schools. It is equally clear that many atheists are the driving force in expelling all things Christian from public schools to this day.

Andy Schlafly, Conservapedia 49 Comments [10/31/2013 2:31:15 AM]
Fundie Index: 30
Submitted By: Night Jaguar

Quote# 95594

Michael Carneal was 14 years old when he walked into a prayer group in Paducah, Kentucky in December 1997, and began shooting defenseless teenagers with a stolen gun. See id. at 75. There were several tell-tale signs that this massacre was incited by a violent video game. For example, he never moved his feet during his shootings, and never fired far to the left or right; instead, he fired only once at each target that appeared, just as a player of video games maximizes his game score by shooting only once at each victim, in order to hit as many targets as possible.

Andy Schlafly, American Bar Association 75 Comments [7/21/2013 8:40:04 AM]
Fundie Index: 57
Submitted By: Night Jaguar
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