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Christianese is Death: Knock it off!

Perhaps it’s not wise to write a blog post when one is a bit irritated and less than amused, but… what the hay! In a recent Facebook exchange over a presently undisclosed topic of controversy, a non-Christian friend of mine, an intelligent person with a keen wit (both...
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Ham on Nye: Not my Favorite Philosophical Sandwich

I must confess, I did not watch the recent televised and much talked about creation debate between Answers in Genesis founder, Ken Ham and, local TV legend, Bill Nye the science guy…aside from a few clips here and there. I did, however, read a good deal about it...
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In Memory of Martin Luther King, Jr.

There are several parts of MLK’s great “I have a dream” speech that are of crucial importance in an age where “Freedom” and “Justice” have been redefined as “rights to have without work” rather than “rights to work to achieve.” Where they have become not “rights to be judged by the quality...
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Thomas Sowell on Charity vs. Entitlement Programs

In his book THE QUEST FOR COSMIS JUSTICE, Sowell discusses the internal demand by many to forcibly equalize every inequality, even natural inequalities. Equality has become, not about processes and essence of humanity, but about final outcomes. Some pursue this form of “social justice,” with abandon, as if...
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A Response to “Brothers, I Am Sorry”

http://sarahchristineschwartz.com/2013/11/06/brothers-i-am-sorry To the author of “Brothers, I am Sorry,” which you can read at the above address. Dear Sarah, you are young, and have much to learn about the difference between reasons and excuses, what we wish about reality and what is reality. While I, like you, was not...
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Thomas Sowell~”Race Hustlers Among Us”

I have been greatly enriched by the writings of Thomas Sowell. Here is another great little article by the man. http://drudgegae.iavian.net/r?hop=http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2013/oct/22/sowell-the-race-hustlers-among-us/
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Armed Always with an Axe to Grind

Strolling with my wife today we happened upon a woman walking her dog. She had paused ahead, tying her shoe (or so we thought) and we closed the gap between us. She moved on quickly as we drew near (to run from the scene of the crime obviously)...
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