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In the comment thread of Sunday Verse 2: Root of Evil by Keith DeHavelle, marmoe initiated an interesting debate. The subject? What did Any Rand think about altruism? In German “love of money” is often translated as “greed for money”, or simply “greed”. It’s … Continue reading
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Do you know someone who is planning to vote for Obama? Here are some arguments you can use to try to change their minds. A half-dozen conservative bloggers have united and will all have the same…
Late in life, I have discovered a love for and a fascination with the Bible. In addition to reading it for myself, I also enjoy hearing what others think of God’s Word. Hence I initiated the THE FOOD FOR THOUGHT AWARD … Continue reading
Because it references several posts, what follows rambles a bit. Please bear with me. Islam’s Other Handicap In Islam’s Other Handicap, Keith DeHavelle revives a post by Teresa Rice. Teresa Rice at Catholibertarian wrote an interesting post about desecration of religious items. … Continue reading
On Friday, the Washington Times ran an article that’s a must read, Outside groups paying more for same campaign spots. The day before the election, President Obama will be running ads during Cleveland ABC affiliate WEWS-TV’s 11:35 p.m. showing of … Continue reading
Imagine the question. “What did you do during the Great Constitutional Crisis?” How will you answer. When Delegate Scott Lingamfelter hears that question, he wants to be ready. Our Beach Head Moment I recall the day my unit, part of the 1st … Continue reading