Monthly Archives: November 2011

is getting drunk a sin?

Pro 31:6 Give strong drink unto him that is ready to perish, and wine unto those that be of heavy hearts.
Pro 31:7 Let him drink, and forget his poverty, and remember his misery no more. Continue reading

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the shadow government workforce

In FY 2010 (Oct 1, 2009 through Sep 30, 2010), the Federal Government spent more than $44 billion on management support services. In laymens terms, these are contract employees, sitting next to and indistinguishable from government employees. Guestimating about $100k average per contract employee (probably a low estimate), this would mean that contract employees add another 440,000 (upper estimate) on top of the official government worker numbers (federal = 4,443,000). Continue reading

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rephrasing the cliche

[John] Kerry said. “Fair and balanced is not giving the wealthiest people in America tax cuts while you ask people on Medicare and Medicaid to pony up more. ..” Continue reading

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the fascists occupy

What is it called when 99% of a group force their beliefs on 1%? Is this not oppression or fascism? When the 99% demand more money from the 1% is this not greed and theft? Ayn Rand writes about the oppressed minority in her Capitalism: and Unknown Ideal… Continue reading

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pro-aborts show they are intellectually dishonest

In a recent TIME opinion piece, Tim Padget writes on “hopeless” situation of getting “extreme” abortion laws passed… Continue reading

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the book of life of the lamb slain

Calvinists who maintain that God is timeless or eternal (in the sense of being above time) sometimes point to Revelation for evidence. They consistently state throughout their sermons that all events are forever happening at all times in God’s mind. Christ is forever crucified, being crucified, in God’s frame of reference. They point to Revelation 13:8 as support for this… Continue reading

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parents kill baby whom they say they could not feed

Pro-aborts like to claim things like this do not happen. They hate hypothetical scenarios, because the hypotheticals destroy their position fairly quickly. Should this unwanted baby be murdered because the baby was unwanted? Are the parent’s liable for murder? Do parents have an obligation to their children? Demarcate the differences between this baby and a baby two minutes away from being born? Two days away from being born? Two months from being born? At what point is a baby not a baby?
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