Jesus: The True ‘Political Outcast’

cross Many families will gather together on Sunday to celebrate the Resurrection of Jesus Christ. It is nothing short of miraculous that anything that happened 2000 years ago is even remembered, let alone celebrated. But what is often overlooked in this event—the most important one in world history—is the political nature of the death and resurrection of Christ. Jesus was a “political outcast” of the first degree. His execution was, of course, a fulfillment of Old Testament prophecy, reaching all Read more [...] Continue reading →

Obama Artist Paints Gun Owners as 'Satan'

05112012Obama Few things are more obnoxious than atheists lecturing Christians about what they think the Bible says or should say. One of those however would be an atheist artist lecturing Christians in service of his political master's dogma. Shepard Fairey barely deserves the title of artist. He's the hack who designed the Obama "Hope" poster that helped usher in the Age of Obama. Fairey received two years' probation and a $25,000 fine for contempt of court in a lawsuit related to that poster, which Read more [...] Continue reading →

What Americans Really Believe about Homosexual Marriage

Dialectic In light of the Supreme Court hand-picking the issue of homosexual marriage this week – an issue that has been settled by our Creator, the laws of our republic and the righteous compliance of the American people – I thought it was important to ask where the American people are deriving the belief that radical homosexual marriage is accepted by a majority of our citizens. Fact: At least 33 states have voted down homosexual marriage. During the state’s Proposition 8 battle, 7 million Californians Read more [...] Continue reading →

Bullies at Johns Hopkins University Attack Dr. Ben Carson

Johns-Hopkins-Hospital You knew it had to happen. As soon as conservatives embraced Ben Carson, who is black, the Left began its relentless assault on him. The latest attack comes from The Health and Human Rights Student Group at Johns Hopkins University. They have petitioned the university to disinvite Dr. Carson from being the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine Class of 2013 commencement speaker because his “expressed values are incongruous with the values of Johns Hopkins and [are] deeply offensive to a large proportion Read more [...] Continue reading →

Feds Spending $876,752 to Study Snail Reproduction While Closing Air Traffic Control Towers

snail sex If you really want to understand the wasteful spending of our federal government, start looking at all of the millions of dollars given away as grants.  Just last week I reported on $384,949 of taxpayer money that went to a grant to study duck penises. Now I hear about another federal grant of $876,752 to study the benefits of snail sex in New Zealand mud snails.  The focus on the study is to determine which is best for the snail – to reproduce sexually or asexually.  These snails can reproduce Read more [...] Continue reading →

Obama's Cronyism Leads To Oil Spill In Minnesota

train oil spill I love the Law of Unintended Consequences that always comes into play whenever liberals attempt to do anything good for anybody. See, when they're not outright trying to screw people over, liberals do sometimes actually try to help--and end up screwing people over in the process anyway. Remember the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico? You know, the one that heralded the end of drinking water, animal life, and Earth as we know it? The reason it took so long to stop the leak is because enviro-fascists Read more [...] Continue reading →

Planned Parenthood Stands Up For Women’s Right To Infanticide

baby face Florida is considering a bill that would require abortion providers to provide medical care to an infant that survives an abortion. It doesn’t sound like a bill that I would like since it still seems to endorse the abortion industry. They just want abortionists to take care of any infant who ends up not being born dead. On a purely incremental level, pro-lifers might argue that at least it’s a step in the right direction. Maybe. One of the bill’s opponents is Planned Parenthood. Alisa LaPolt Read more [...] Continue reading →

Liberals Love to Mix the Bible and Politics (Sometimes)

Bits-and-Pieces Liberals will use the Bible when they believe it defends a position that supports their agenda. You’ll even find liberals using the Bible to support homosexual marriage by quoting familiar passages like Matthew 7:1–2 and Mark 12:31 but ignoring Matthew 19:1–12 and other anti-homosexual passages (Rom. 1:18–32; 1 Cor. 6;9–11; 1 Tim. 1:8–10). They take a bits and pieces approach to the Bible (like a lot of so-called conservative Christians.) Matthew 7:1 states: “Do not judge so that Read more [...] Continue reading →

On Marriage Equality, Part 3: Red in Tooth and Claw

Nature Red in Tooth and Claw Since at least the founding of America and even before, the idea that some law existed in the natural order that could organize human society has been sort of the brass ring for philosophers of ethics. Wouldn’t it be awesome if we could tap the intrinsic moral code written into the universe? Then we wouldn’t need tyrannical governments to tell us what to do. We wouldn’t need a Bible or some other book to tell us what was right. We’d have finally uncovered independent and universal morals. Why Read more [...] Continue reading →

Where Should You Invest Your Money With America in Decline?

Calcu;ator Charts I’ve argued this point before, and often investors intuitively get the point better than money managers. For example, the other day I was talking to my cardiologist, and after the examination we were chatting in the hallway and he asked me for a stock tip. I don’t give stock tips, but I did explain what my research had found: that one of the most important things to look at when one is compiling a portfolio is the country in which a company is domiciled. Almost all of the discussion on TV Read more [...] Continue reading →

Emails To Be Taxed?

email tax How many of you live with email?  I don’t tweet, but I sure do email.  Working from home, most of my communication with colleagues in other states is done via email.  On average, I send out between 20-40 emails a day, 6 days a week. I know people who send out a lot more emails every day than I do and wonder what they would do if a tax was imposed on them. A Berkeley city councilman by the name of Gordon Wozniak has proposed placing a tax on emails.  He claims that his purpose is to cut down Read more [...] Continue reading →

Jay Carney: Local Sheriffs Had Better Enforce Gun Control Laws

Carney Guns We’ve heard Obama’s lapdog Jay Carney claim that the President is fully committed to the 2nd Amendment. I mean, don’t you remember that picture of Obama firing a shotgun? He loves to “do skeet shooting all the time.” The 2nd Amendment actually originally read, “The right of the people to do skeet shooting shall not be infringed.” Ok, so we know that this whole clay shooting/hunting thing is a bunch of garbage. Gun rights aren’t about rights to hunt deer. And they’re not even Read more [...] Continue reading →