Posts Tagged ‘life’

Die Schlange!: Behind the Artwork

Wednesday, October 20th, 2010

DieSchlange! By DALE

THIN SKIN IN THE GAME: Paste a Hitler mustache on a picture of your favorite political enemy and bingo, instant unspeakably evil monster. The American left has been engaging in this art form since at least Nixon, and reached its zenith with George W. Bush. Strangely, the moment some enterprising LaRouchie Tea Party crasher applied the same technique to a photo of The One, Lefty used the occasion to go berserk on the First Amendment via Hate Crimes legislation. Do these jackboots make me look fat? Okay, Hitler’s ears were not as pronounced as Obama’s, but if we go below skin depth, what do we find?

RELIGION: The Fuehrer could never have risen to power had he been unable to co-opt the already corrupted Church in Germany, which had long since abandoned the Bible as God’s Word in exchange for Higher Criticism. It would be crazy to see any parallel in Barry’s twenty-year discipleship in Jeremiah Wright’s Marxist Trinity United Church of Christ or his current spiritual guidance under Marxist Reverend Jim Wallis, not to mention support from Rick Warren, United Methodists, ELCA, Episcopals, PCUSA, etc., who for “the greater feel-good” were willing to overlook Obama’s pro-death logic - if you don’t know when life begins, kill it - position on inconvenient children and the “hopelessly” enfeebled like Terri Schiavo. Hey, chill out and get relevant, the Bible is just a book of stories written by men and not intended to be taken seriously. In Germany, Hitler’s only real opposition came from genuine Christians like Corrie ten Boom who wound up in a labor camp for hiding Jews. The only camp America’s mainline Church leaders are likely to see is Camp David, for an inter-faith arm-linking orgy.

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Too Many Rights on the Left

Monday, August 9th, 2010

fourfreedomsBy Dr. ROBERT OWENS

The United States was founded as a representative republic inspired by the soaring philosophy of the Enlightenment.  As humanity clawed its way out of the depths of the Dark Ages thoughts of freedom found root and germinated in the minds of thousands.  Rising from this rebirth or Renaissance came the realization that humanity inherently possess certain rights and that among these are the right to life, liberty and property.  These foundational rights are not conferred by government; they are endowed by God.  A godly government acknowledges them.  An ungodly government claims to be the arbiter of rights.  These fundamental rights are part of the original design and necessary for humanity to reach its full potential.  Without them we are but a shadow of what we’re meant to be.  The leader-molded citizen of any earthly tyranny is restrained from success in ways alien to the free citizen of nature and of nature’s God.

The fundamental qualities of these rights speak for themselves:

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Eden’s Toon Garden: ProChoice History?

Sunday, January 31st, 2010

edenbannerBy DAVID JOHN EDEN

Ignoring humanity can be a dangerous thing, no matter the time or place…

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Ft. Hood Massacre – Psychological or Theological Problem?

Wednesday, November 11th, 2009
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By Rev. MICHAEL BRESCIANI

Nidal Malik Hasan is charged with shooting and killing 13 people and wounding 29 more on U.S. Army base Ft. Hood in Texas this week. Everyone is scrambling for answers, and the first experts consulted have been psychiatrists.

It might seem a bit like asking a fox why another fox attacked the hen house and to others the question of why the physician could not heal himself is not likely to be answered by his equally bewildered colleagues.

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Jihadists at the Hilton: Are Man Made Disasters Next?

Thursday, July 30th, 2009

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By Rev. MICHAEL BRESCIANI

A Jew hating, down with America, Muslim group is openly looking for recruits, no not in Iraq, Yemen or Afghanistan but right here in America.

Formed and committed to the establishment of international Islamic empire the group linked to Hamas known as Hizb ut-Tahrir is holding its first public meeting for recruitment in the windy city of Chicago. The group which functioned clandestinely for years are now out in the open some are saying it is due to the ultra relaxed and highly touted PC tolerance of the Obama administration.

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Happy Fathers Day to Time, Chance and Random Gases

Friday, June 12th, 2009

darwinBy Rev. MICHAEL BRESCIANI

The first Father’s Day is said to have been celebrated on June 5, 1908. The first time the day was noted was in a Methodist church in Fairmount, West Virginia. It is among one of America’s most unusual observations today more than ever before because in the U.S. one out of three children is said to be fatherless.

Every Father’s Day I remember the adage that says, “Seeing a beautiful sunset is made much better when you know who to thank for it.” I always feel a bit sad when I think that millions of secularists don’t know who to thank. It always brings up the same question namely; who’s your daddy?

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