American Family Association

by R. Burge

The AFA urges its members to boycott Apple and Toys R Us because of their advertising support of the CBS program “Two and a Half Men,” which features plot lines that are not family friendly.

The AFA also promotes a new film on global warming titled “Not Evil, Just Wrong” in which the filmmakers argue that “the only threats to America (and the rest of the world) are the flawed science and sky-is-falling rhetoric of Al Gore and his allies in environmental extremism.”

The AFA also posts a video of a news conference with Nancy Pelosi when she said that imprisonment is a fair punishment for those who do not purchase insurance. They also pass along Gallup poll results that indicate most Americans say health care is not the government’s responsibility. Additionally the AFA chides the Republican party’s alternative to health care reform, noting that it would include funding for elective abortions.

Bryan Fischer also continues his objections against Islam today.  His concluding paragraph: “It’s time we moved past the nonsense that all religions are equal. They most certainly are not. Islam, in fact, is lethal to our national security interests and until we recognize that simple fact, more American soldiers are going to die.” In another post today he also notes that, “All cultures are not equally worthy, and not all religions are equally true,  as much as multiculturalists wish they were.”

The AFA also briefly mentions that the recent congressional race in upstate New York’s 23rd district may actually end up in a recount.

Elijah Friedeman reminds readers to remember the families of soldiers who are at war.


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