Monthly Archives: April 2010

The Consequences of Religious Apathy

A view of man that denies our divine origins gives us little reason to respect our fellow men or to strive for virtue and justice in society. Furthermore, it threatens our human dignity and undercuts our claim to those “unalienable … Continue reading

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Quote of the day

“Many Americans see Washington, D.C., as a national blight combining the high morals of late imperial Rome, the good character and widespread honesty of post–Cold War Moscow, the financial restraint of modern Athens, and the respectful modesty of Beijing.” ~ … Continue reading

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Extremely profound

A tremendously insightful column by a practicing psychiatrist who is a self-described “recovering liberal”… American Thinker: The Left’s Unbearable Darkness of Being. Her main point is that liberalism has robbed people of the understanding of all that can be gained … Continue reading

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Now they tell us…

Interesting how they now start to tell us the truth about the cost after the behemoth has been crammed down our collective throats!

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Well put

Gangster Government Becomes a Long-Running Series – Michael Barone – National Review Online. Here’s the concluding paragraph: “Gangster Government may look good to those currently in favor, but as some of Al Capone’s confederates found out, that status is not … Continue reading

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What intimidation?

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“Creating” reality

From Leaving Liberalism: “You’ve seen the liberal game face: anger suppressed by enlightened arrogance wrapped in confusion. Were you to try to live the liberal’s hell, you’d seek relief the same way that liberals seek relief. You’d ignore reality and … Continue reading

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