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Monday, October 01, 2007

According to our friends in the liberal media, the American workplace is becoming more accomodating to people of Faith. Unfortunately for Our Nation, though, most of these people aren't Christians:
The case of the driver with the beard, is part of a lawsuit filed against United Parcel Service by the EEOC in March on behalf of a Rastafarian named Ronnis Mason who was not hired by UPS because of his beard.

"Mason wears his beard as part of his observance of Rastafarianism, a Jamaican-born religion with around one million adherents in the world," an EEOC statements details. "Mason explained to UPS that he could not shave his beard, and UPS told him that he could then only apply for an "inside," lower-paying position that would not have contact with the public."
I have no idea what this Rastafarianism business is, but no doubt its apologists will claim it's another one of those "religions" "of" "peace," much like radical Islam. Its Jamaican roots instantly put it under a cloud of suspicion, as Jamaica's leading export is homosexual dog groomers. It's probably just a matter of time before UPS' formerly Christian work ethic is compromised beyond recognition by these poodle-clipping nancies.

Unfortunately, this isn't the only death cult out to destroy capitalism by clamoring for special treatment in the workplace:
Asking for prayer time at work is also one type of religious accommodation legal experts say is on the rise. In one particular case that is still ongoing, a group of Muslim workers at a Swift & Co. meatpacking plant were denied a request for time to pray at sunset.

“We think a 10 minute break is a reasonable accommodation,” say the attorney for the workers, Rima Kapitan, who works for the Counsel on American-Islamic relations, because it would not disrupt the factory line.
I haven't seen a more deluded September 10th way of thinking since MoveOn.org's General Betray-Us ad. America needs to get serious about the threat militant Islam presents to the processed meat industry; these 10 minute prayer breaks are invitations for the unspeakable.

Despite all the fanfare about the growing "tolerance" of religion, the sad truth of the matter is that America's Christians remain the most oppressed minority the world has ever seen. Just look at the recent actions of the the Supreme Court:
The Supreme Court opened its new term Monday refusing to get involved in two church-state disputes — one over religious organizations paying for workers' birth-control health insurance benefits, the other over an evangelical group's plea to hold religious services at a public library.

The birth-control benefits dispute was triggered by a New York state law that forces religious-based social service agencies to subsidize contraceptives as part of prescription drug coverage they offer employees.
I've long since written off America's libraries as nothing more than bottomless fonts of porn, be it of the print, online, or feltboard variety,so that's little more than insult to injury at this point. I am Outraged, however, at religious organizations being forced to provide harlot pills for their female employees. A dirty little secret that feminists don't want you to know is that many women take birth control pills recreationally with the intent of regulating their monthly Curse of Eve. Well, ladies, God is in charge of that Sinful uterus, as the occasional bit of spotting gently reminds you, and the Supreme Court is doing you no favors by reinforcing these delusions. Disgraceful.

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Lastly, in the everything I need to know was written by the 17th century department: This rightfully deserves its own post, but it's late and I've had a hard day of Christian Persecution at the Beauty Palace. Mark your calendars to celebrate the real Earth Day:
How old is the world?

Most people would say: "Nobody knows."

But the author of the book frequently described as the greatest history book ever written, said the world was created Oct. 23, 4004 B.C. – making it exactly 6,009 last Monday.

In the 1650s, an Anglican bishop named James Ussher published his "Annals of the World," subtitled, "The Origin of Time, and Continued to the Beginning of the Emperor Vespasian's Reign and the Total Destruction and Abolition of the Temple and Commonwealth of the Jews." First published in Latin, it consisted of more than 1,600 pages.

The book, now published in English for the first time, is a favorite of homeschoolers and those who take ancient history seriously. It's the history of the world from the Garden of Eden to the fall of Jerusalem in AD 70.
If this article's no-hold barred approach to time (yesterday was September 30th by my calendar and 4004 BC to 2007 AD is 6011 years, but maybe that's another example of time's pronounced liberal bias) is any indication of the level of scholarship contained within this book, I'm sure it's quite a read. Praise Him!

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