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    Racemongers Rally To Gay Marriage’s Defense

    The Maryland referendum on gay marriage has been decided for now. However, the mindset and motivations leading up to such a decision are still in need of analysis and examination. A couple of observations relating to it can be made regarding a column by Elbridge James of Progressive Maryland published in the 10/27/11 Gazette newspapers of suburban Maryland. For starters, it is thoroughly established that | Read More »

    Anti-Nativity Scrooges Selective In What Gods They Toss Out Into The Cold

    For decades, Santa Monica churches erected nativity scenes on municipal park land there in celebration of the Christmas season. However, the onward march to abolish the assorted foundations upon which America was built continues unabated and is now even seeming to accelerate as evidenced by increasing numbers of the able bodied voting for demagogues promising bounty the recipients did not have to lift a finger | Read More »

    Newsweek Trashes Christ’s Name During Christmas Season

    The Dec. 17, 2012 issue of Newsweek Magazine published a cover story titled “Who Was Jesus.” Instead of providing a balanced perspective on this topic, editors instead allowed the topic to be addressed by Bart Ehrman. Bart Ehrman’s claim to fame is essentially undermining every tenet of orthodox Christianity by casting doubt on the sources that serve as the foundation of the faith in favor | Read More »

    Prison Fellowship Ministries Up To Old Direct Mail Antics

    One can tell the holidays that herald the conclusion of the year (Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas) are upon us. Most can tell this by the crispness in the air or from the days growing noticeably shorter. However, if your name and address has made it into the databases of Christian Evangelical direct marketing, you may also know Christmas time is coming because of an annual | Read More »

    What’s Denounced As Commercialism Not Necessarily All That Bad

    Shoppers whipped into a berserker frenzy kept in line by SWAT teams with police helicopters overhead while beating their fellow shoppers to death for prepaid cell phones is one thing and over the line. However, is what is denounced as “commercialism” all that bad of a thing? Should analysts probe deeper, the discerning might discover that what these critics actually oppose is not so much | Read More »

    Homeless Man Hassles Hackman

    Considerable consternation erupted online over actor Gene Hackman striking a homeless person. The headline initially informing of such was formulated without a modifier or a more colorful description such as “crazed deadbeat” or “lewd indigent” in order to make Hackman appear to be this vile individual that makes a habit of accosting the downtrodden or deriving some kind of buzz from doing so. Quite the | Read More »

    Headshrinkers Badmouth Pilgrims

    On the masthead page of the Nov. 2012 issue of Monitor On Psychology, there was a cartoon published. In this illustration, one Indian says to another, “That was nice, but I don’t want to make it in a regular thing.” Seated in the background are the Pilgrims. It is no doubt hoped readers will conclude this was a depiction of the first Thanksgiving Day feast | Read More »

    Concerning The Existence Of God

    Upon leaving the confines of the Earth’s atmosphere and entering the vastness of space, Soviet cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin is alleged to have remarked, “Where is God?” This was said out of a sense of mockery that the Lord of the universe could not be found in the final frontier rather than an honest inquiry from a soul awed by a majesty of the cosmos. Several | Read More »

    Car Free Day Foreshadows Vehicular Tyranny

    Often in their attempt to engineer our lives whether we want them to or not, contemporary liberals have a tendency to hand down any number of psychosocial laws or principles since most of them view us as little more than animals to herd into a corral. It seems that their behavior is often just as predictable. For example, one of the cardinal principles to understanding | Read More »

    Will Security Goons Now Harass As You Disembark?

    It sounds like a ludicrous claim. But the 80’s cartoon G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero might just be the Rosetta Stone to understanding early 21st century culture and politics. In the series, the troops of the terrorist organization determined to take over the world are referred to as “vipers”. It seems those using that same name are on the verge of threatening human freedom | Read More »