June 10th, 2005


Ray's Tepeyac

Across the street from Guitar Center, Ray's Tepeyac is a pleasantly dark and sparsely populated establishment in more of a Spanish, rather than Mexican theme. An elegant and intimate environment with a constant flow of chips and salsa. The windows are tinted, which adds privacy, and most of all, the repaste is magnificent as well as plentiful, that you may find yourself taking some home with you. The service is top-par, with polite and attentive maitre d's. Excellent for quiet conversations and romantic encounters.

Rating: 4/5.


Nefarious Newsletter V.184


I. Quotations: Martha Boaz.
II. Nefarious News: Alas Babylon, Old Satan, New Metal.
III. Black Heart Poetry: The Crimson Hallway by Jan 666.
IV. Interesting Facts & Foibles: Real Books... Unreal Titles!
V. The Black Earth: Huck Finn Jubilee.
VI. Loki's Laughter: Warning Signs That Someone You Know May Be In A xian Cult.
VII. Wicked Words: darkle, nummamorous.
VIII. Hell's Bar & Grill: Grilled Tequila-Marinated Tuna and Avocado "Focaccia" with Caramelized Red Onions and Balsamic Drizzle.
IX. The Devil's Web: Satanya, Army of Lovers, Esilio A Mordor, Pazuzu 667's Lair.
X. The Shadow Gallery: Forbidden Fruit.

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Demon Possession on the Supreme Court?

Demon Possession on the Supreme Court?
Michael Medved
Beyond The News Commentary
June 10, 2005

Acclaimed psychiatrist M. Scott Peck recently offered a unique perspective on the political power of George W. Bush, suggesting that Satan himself put the president in the White House.

Peck's new book, "Glimpses of the Devil," details his participation in several exorcisms, but provides no names or specifics on these incidents.

When asked by Salon about verifiable incidents of demonic possession in the real world, he came up with two examples: citing Hitler and his henchmen, along with apparent Satanic capture of five U.S. Supreme Court justices in the case of Bush v. Gore.

How else, Dr. Peck wondered, could jurists participate in an act he considered so unmistakably "evil"?

Peck's comments demonstrate ongoing media double standards-if some religious conservative dared label liberals as "possessed by the devil," it would have become a national scandal, but journalists hand a pass to an unhinged, best-selling celebrity like Scott Peck.
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