Monthly Archives: October 2013
|LaChute Mustang Football Player Noah VanVooren after scoring first touchdown|
VanVooren’s touchdown, one would never know it based on the enthusiastic reaction from the Little Chute crowd.
VanVooren was swarmed by fans. After scoring his first TD, VanVooren exclaimed: “I feel great. I scored a touchdown. It was great.” Later Noah enthusiastically sang the school song in the postgame team huddle.
That Maui Wowie from 1982 must have been pretty chronic to inspire such pearls of wisdom to seek the to commit Congress-critters with whom Penn disagrees into insane asylums. And to suggest that the Executive Branch has such authority makes Mr. Hand’s one-on-one history tutoring moot.
Of course, Fast Times on Richmond High was a 1982 movie, and Sean Penn was play acting a stoner surfer there who had delusions of grandeur. This recent appearance on Piers Morgan was meant to be taken seriously and Sean Penn was playing himself.
Penn was promoting his activism for Haiti. But in the same breath of supporting his altruistic cause, he chooses to insult the electorate and the Tea Party while slandering Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX).
[T]he way peoples perception of political positions are, is a direct reaction to their lack of, of their education which is a huge problemthat we’re dealing with in the country.
and between of an uneducated people and the solipsism of people like Ted Cruz and their party.
It’s a poisonous thing and these things with what we talked about with, you know, this is why this period of time, this is one of the things that’s so fascinating to me in Haiti.
Penn’s political pronouncements with Piers Morgan do not sound very coherent. But he was not on a script and TOTUS (Teleprompter of the United States) was otherwise occupied.
But I hate to break it to the activist/actor but if you are trying to raise funds for Haiti, you are insulting many of the people who AEI’s Arthur Brooks argues are the most charitably inclined as individuals. But maybe after Penn’s J/P HRO group received $8.75 million from the World Bank for Haitian relief, maybe he does not need more friends.
After Penn’s “Crazy” diatribe on Piers Morgan Live, people can figure out who got wasted. Res ipsa loquitur— the fact speaks for itself.
is a book which chronicles the trials and tribulations for the 40 Days for Life campaign as prayer vigil against
abortion from its genesis around a wooden table in College Station Texas in 2004 to its spread world-wide. The book
is co-authored by David Bereit, a pharmaceutical rep who left comfortable career to follow the call of the Holy Spirit to do His will in uncertain circumstances. The other narrative voice is Shawn Carney, a young Texan who inherits the College Station leadership after Bereit answered the call to work for other Pro-Life organizations in Washington,
DC. Carney became the Campaign Director for 40 Days for Life, while Bereit later returned to lead the
National 40 Days for Life campaign.
|[L] David Bereit [R] Shawn Carney of 40 Days for Life|