Author Archives: Citizen Tom

About Citizen Tom

I am just an average citizen interested in promoting informed participation in the political process.

THE WINGS OF TIME — REBLOGGED FROM ColorStorm

Here is a post that complements my last post. The wings of time Posted on May 19, 2015 by ColorStorm God cannot be charged with negligence as some would care to imagine. It is a thousand times easier to believe God created … Continue reading

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IF WE KNEW THEN WHAT WE KNOW NOW: A POST FOR MEMORIAL DAY

When someone claims the ability to predict the future, they claim the ability to do the impossible. Then we have no choice except to suspect their honesty. Therefore, when someone offers to “read” your palm, shuffles a deck of Tarot cards, … Continue reading

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WHY IS EVERYONE EXCEPT THE ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS RESPONSIBLE FOR TEARING APART THIS FAMILY?

I need some help with two questions. So I am asking for it.  Please read the following story. Can you explain to me why the illegal immigrants this story is about are not responsible for creating this mess? Perhaps I am … Continue reading

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WHAT DO WE DO ABOUT THE MUSLIMS, THE HISPANICS, THE ASIANS, AND SO FORTH?

There is a metaphor that remains popular. That is the vision of the United States as a “melting pot.” I don’t remember exactly when I first heard of this idea. I just know I was in school, and hearing it … Continue reading

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SEEMS APPROPRIATE TO ME

Here is the winning entry American Freedom Defense Initiative‘s ‘Draw the Prophet’ Muhammad contest.  What’s the problem with this? H/T to Reformation at Keith DeHavelle. Keith has a great post on this, BTW.

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