Tuesday, August 23, 2005

John W. Whitehead: pettifogger plagiary 

Dominionist activist lawyer John W. Whitehead steals other people's words and pretends they're his own.

See: The Right Wing Constitutional Lawyer/Plagiarist

Apparently the great and glorious Intelligent Designer failed to outfit Mr. Whitehead, for the long haul anyway, with enough original multiplying fruitfullness of his own. Hence, JWW, it would certainly appear, has been reduced to accessorizing his treatsies with entire sentences plucked from others more bountifully blessed orchards.

John W. Whitehead (Rutherford Institute) - for all of you not familiar with the Christian Reconstructionist (Dominionist) movement - is an ideological disciple of such splendent theocrat mountbanks as R.J. Rushdoony and Gary North (among other notables).

As Frederick Clarkson notes: "The Rutherford Institute was founded as a legal project of R. J. Rushdoony's Chalcedon Foundation, with Rushdoony and fellow Chalcedon director Howard Ahmanson on its original board of directors." ( see: The Public Eye Magazine, Vol. VIII, Nos. 1 & 2, March/June 1994 - Theocratic Dominionism Gains Influence )

"Thou shalt not steal" ~ Exodus 20: 15

Perhaps some charitable Christian order of some variety or another will drop one of those 4000 pound marble obelisks with the ten commandments drilled into the rind on the floor of Whitehead's office. Just as as a reminder. Kind of like a enormous inexorable posty-note from hell.


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