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    Propagandists Attempt To Imbue Immigrants With Messianic Perfection

    A book published by Orbis Books is titled “Jesus Was An Immigrant”. What about it? A blurb for the book reads, “A Biblically grounded presentation of the value migrants, immigrants, and refugees bring to all of us.” Does the text also emphasize the Scripture that also urges rendering to Caesar what is Caesars and to obey those earthly laws that do not violate those of | Read More »

    Atheist Lobby Prefers Debauchery Among Athletes

    The Freedom From Religion Foundation is outraged that the coach of Clemson University’s football team is promoting an atmosphere on his team that is “too religious”. What college sports really needs instead are more sex and drug scandals. As evidence of its claim, the atheist front group is citing the inordinate number of players on the team attending VOLUNTARY Bible studies. Perhaps even worse, the | Read More »

    Are NSA Nerds Obsessed With Prom Date Gossip?

    A student at Central York High School was given a three-day in school suspension for asking Miss America to the prom and approaching her to bestow upon her a rose crafted from distilled petroleum byproduct. The beauty queen was there to discuss diversity and the importance of math and science. The school is claiming that the suspension was necessary because he decided to defy academic | Read More »

    Parents Can’t Win In The Eyes Of Liberal Elites

    The cover of the April 2014 Atlantic Magazine is titled “The Over-Protected Kid: New Research Shows He’ll Grow Up More Fearful And Less Creative”. Provided he is not on welfare, is that really anyone’s business? The parents are pretty much screwed over any way they turn. Let your kid run wild, and you’ll get slapped with abuse allegations. Not yet your kid play with matches | Read More »

    Robertson Hurls Monkeyshine At Evolution Debate

    In early February 2014, the sports world completed what could be considered the highlight of its year with the playing of the Super Bowl. Those of a more bookish or scholarly inclination got to enjoy a similar kind of excitement just a few days later when they could pick sides as evangelist Ken Ham faced off against Bill Nye the Science Guy. The issue at | Read More »

    Balancing Parental Authority & Childhood Well Being

    Traditionally, there are few things American cherish more than the freedom of religion as embodied by the First Amendment and their families. Normally, these ideals do not conflict all that much since these work together to allow the greatest good for the greatest number. However, as aberrant theologies gain in prominence, these social pillars have the potential of increasingly coming into conflict. As a religious | Read More »

    Thoughts Regarding Updated Robocop

    The updated Robocop film does a superb job bringing attention to the ethical implications of robot and drone warfare. If one was required to show one’s hands to the robots in order to be categorized as non-threatening, since the movie was already saltier than it needed to be in terms of profanity, someone should have given the droids the finger. Samuel Jackson is amusing in | Read More »

    Gun PICTURES Don’t Kill People, People Kill People

    Facebook plans to enact a policy that will block minors from seeing posts for gun sales. If children are that young and impressionable to the point of being so easily traumatized, what are they doing on Facebook in the first place? In a USA Today article covering the announcement, the chairman of Mayors Against Illegal Guns said, “On the same site that people are sharing | Read More »

    Absentminded Professor Spreads Falsehoods Regarding Science & Religion

    Throughout much of the modern era, one of the main slugfests with the draw of a Hulk Hogan and Rowdy Roddy Piper cage match of the 1980′s has been the ongoing dispute between so-called science and religion Proponents of each side of the debate contend that their own viewpoint is the foundation upon which ultimate knowledge rests. The science side of the controversy contends that | Read More »

    Headline Potpourri #50

    The opening ceremonies of the Sochi Winter Olympics: literally Potemkin villages floating in the sky. Given that the Russians can’t even put in a toilet right, that little girl being hoisted on a rope above the stadium had to be in fear of her life. Bet whoever was responsible for the Olympic “O” that didn’t open on cue will end up dead in a dark | Read More »