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This Eloquently Written Book Reveals the Evil

This Eloquently Written Book Reveals the Evil Truth is a rare commodity in today’s media. It has fallen victim to spin, misrepresentation and outright lies. But I’m happy to report that there is truth-cold, hard truth-on the pages of The Hidden Axis of Evil by my friend and colleague Fred Martinez. Some of what he writes is not pleasant. Take, for example, the following passage: “Likewise, liberals replace the Constitution with sex and ethnic power struggles that lead to the breaking of the rule of law. If a president can sexually abuse women and possibly even rape them, then obstruct justice and lie under oath, are we under the rule of law?” This is one of many points not covered in today’s media. Nor is there any serious discussion of the true sources of much of what is wrong with America, such as: - “Freud…profoundly changed America from a Christian culture to a therapeutic or self-centered culture.” -“Homosexuality is one of the causes the networks will cover up and defend at

How does Planned Parenthood explain this?

http://www.calcatholic.com/news/newsArticle.aspx?id=66b0b863-223e-4357-b06f-e66364e13446 California Catholic Daily October 17, 2007 How does Planned Parenthood explain this? Rate of sexually-transmitted diseases soars among young Californians A study published last month in the Californian Journal of Health Promotion reports that in 2005 there were 1.1 million new cases of sexually-transmitted infections among young people in California. The 1.1 million figure is ten times higher than previously believed, and it means that in the 15-24 age group, diseases such as chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis, HPV and HIV now infect almost one out of every four young Californians. Is this because of a lack of sex-ed in the public schools? Apparently not. According to Chris Weinkopf, editorial-page editor of the Los Angeles Daily News, the California Department of Education reports that "96 percent of California school districts provide comprehensive sexual health education" and