News Headlines in 2029


"White minorities still trying to have English recognized as Arizona's third language."
"Southeast Florida Democrats complain about voting machine irregularities."
"New federal law requires that all nail clippers, screwdrivers, fly swatters, and rolled up newspapers must be registered as weapons of mass destruction by January 2032."
"Couple petitions court to reinstate heterosexual marriage; site recent report Princeton professor divorcing his Great Dane of three years violates animal civil rights legislation. Neither party could be reached for comments."
"The world's seventh largest country has millions affected by the ozone from electric cars. Leadership vows to reintroduce the 6-cylinder engine. The former state of California had been subjected to federal guidelines until seceding from the United States three years ago, now a firm supporter of importing Mexican oil products."
"IRS sets lowest tax rate at 65%."
"Average height of NBA players now eight feet, seven inches."
"France pleads for global help after being overtaken by Muslim workers."
"Castro finally dies at age 112; Cuban cigars can now be exported legally. President Chelsea Clinton, having banned all smoking, will fight any imports into the country."
"George Z. Bush says he will run for President in 2036."
"Postal Service raises price of first class stamp to $1.89, says it's a deal holding prices down with its new four-day week delivery."
"New Study: diet and exercise is the key to weight loss."
"Average weight of Americans drops to 250 lb."
"Massachusetts forces last remaining conservative from the state. In a similar story, Kennedy VI says he no longer needs to raise campaign funds to run for office."
"Supreme Court rules punishment of criminals for having sodomy with visitors violates their civil rights."
"Capitol Hill intern fired for complaining of her consensual sexual relationship with her congressperson."
"Spotted Owl plague threatens northwestern United States crops and livestock."
"Palm Beach County AIDs infection rate has dropped to 1 of every 5 residents. County officials attributes it to their aggressive sex education program."


Far reaching? If you read the following headlines in 1981, twenty-four years ago, would you have called these far reaching, too?

"Supreme Court rejects sodomy laws."
"Princeton professor advocates sex with non-humans, says 'If a dog can tell you it wants to go out, it can tell you other things, too.' "
"Colorado University professor calls the murder of 2,700 Americans in the terrorist attack on America on September 11, 2001, as the justified killing of little Adolf Eichmanns. ACLU says professor's comments are protected by free speech and cannot be terminated from the university."
"Iraqi people embrace new democracy after the fall of Saddam."
"ACLU attacks the Boy Scouts. Film producer of ET gladly supports the ACLU's efforts"
"The CDC, which had reported in 2001 that over 40,000,000 young adult Americans were permanently infected with an STD, reports in 2005 that now 1 in every 2 teenagers today will be infected with an STD by age 25."
"Southern Senator, a former active member of the KKK, says president W Bush's use of power reminds him of Hitler's tactics in Germany in the 1930s. Senator Kennedy, of Massachusetts, agrees."
"Canada allows 14-year olds to have sex with whomever they want. The ACLU suggests the same for American children."
"AIDS now infects one out of every 176 residents in Palm Beach Country, Florida. County Heath department of this Democrat stronghold says better sex education is needed."
"Supreme Court considers removal of 10-Commandments from all government as offensive to other religions; all county, city, state and federal property and its buildings are affected."

This is the country 24 years later and after the antiwar efforts that began in the 1970s. It provides a clear lesson in protecting what you believe in. When you don't protect your values and don't say "No" to those who try to take them away, they win and you lose.

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