Anti-Christian Church Celebrates Baby-Killing

When a Presbyterian church holds a public celebration of baby-killing, you can be sure that it is possessed by the spirit of the Anti-Christ. Abortion is baby-killing. God knows every heartbeat. He sees in ultrasound. Every limb torn from a child’s torso and every skull crushed with forceps… He remembers every single deadly and painful event with perfect clarity. When people support that in the name of Christ, they are heaping additional coals on their own heads. The DC Clothesline Read more […]

Hurricane Katrina and the Question of God’s Judgment

Do you remember the debates about whether the Katrina disaster was a judgment on New Orleans? Some on the religious right blamed the carnage on a scheduled gay rights parade. The left invoked an angry Gaia and her retributive global warming. But what if this was a judgment on something other than gays and internal combustion engines? What if it were a judgment on political corruption? Maybe it is in the very nature of reality that Providence, the normal processes and regularities of the natural Read more […]

The Pentagon & DHS: Too Big To Jail

Friday was a great day for justice. A corrupt mayor, who had been getting public money from the city he was suppose to work for, got busted. According to the ABC News: “Federal prosecutors today announced a 21-count indictment against former New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin, accused of enriching himself as the city struggled to rebuild in the wake of Hurricane Katrina. Nagin is accused of using the office of mayor to steer city projects to business associates who, in turn, allegedly paid kickbacks Read more […]

I’m Tired of Paying for People Who Live Below Sea Level

Another Hurricane has swept over the lowlands of Louisiana . . . again. The levees are being tested  . . . again. More than $14 billion was spent on repairing them after the devastating effects of Katrina in 2005. After the floods that destroyed thousands of homes, people moved back to the below sea level area. Government insurance has made it easier for people to take risks with other people’s money. For example, standard homeowners’ insurance policies do not cover losses due to floods. Read more […]