September 2007

All posts published in September 2007

29 posts

Hillary frightens me… not

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Image courtesy of Valsts kanceleja/ State Chancellery under CC BY-SA 2.0. If anything is desperately needed now in America, it is a vigorous housecleaning of the corrupt morons who were elected under the hollow pretense of being the “lesser of two evils&... More »

Controversy in the military: Will anything change?

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“New weapons require new tactics. Never put new wine into old bottles.” Heinz Guderian, a German officer who challenged der Fuhrer. He grew up in Pittsburgh in a working class, uneducated family. His father owned a bar. Leaving behind the drinking and brawling... More »

‘Jihad terrorists hate president Bush’: Duh!

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Have you heard that the latest Pew Research Poll found that young Jihad terrorists hate the President of the United States? Duh! President George W. Bush is the only world leader fighting the global war on terror. It doesn’t take a national poll to learn that ... More »

A gentle critique: Roots are the source of life

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Christianity is rooted in Law. Throwbacks to the days of yore, who crusade under the banner of Reformed Christianity are often accused of being rude, crude, and critical. Their direct, often tightly reasoned critiques upset the calm pietism that pervades Ameri... More »

Happy fourth of July: Are we fit to be free?

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“The Second Day of July 1776, will be the most memorable Epocha, in the History of America. I am apt to believe that it will be celebrated, by succeeding Generations, as the great anniversary Festival. It ought to be commemorated, as the Day of Deliveran... More »

The rising antiwar tide: In the GOP

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There are rumblings in the GOP that, if they get much louder, threaten to split the Republican Party over the war issue – and I don’t think anything could be much louder (in a good way) than Victor Gold’s colorful dissent from the pro-war neocon or... More »