Category Archives: Information Warfare

ANSWERING FOLLY: INTRODUCING THE TOPIC — PART 1

In the last series, WHY WOULD A MAN HANG HIMSELF?, we got into the subject what the Bible says about answering the folly of fools. However, that was not the subject of the post. In this series we will consider how the Bible … Continue reading

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WHY WOULD A MAN HANG HIMSELF? — PART 3C

Examples Of The Failure Of “Reason” Part C The post continues from WHY WOULD A MAN HANG HIMSELF? — PART 3B, and this post is the final installment in this series. Here we will consider examples of the failure of reason with respect … Continue reading

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BILL CLINTON SAID WHAT?

In my mind former president Bill Clinton has only one virtue. He is not Barack Obama, but that is a significant difference. mallardfillmore.com Here is the video: Bill Clinton On Politics Of Islam: Paris Killers Exemplify ‘World’s Greatest Double Standard’ [VIDEO] (dailycaller.com) … Continue reading

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ANOTHER ABSURDITY FROM THE OBAMA ADMINISTRATION

Get a load of this. Obama Spat with Israel’s Netanyahu was White House Creation The entire spat with the White House over Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s invitation to speak to Congress was entirely manufactured by the White House. The … Continue reading

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HOW DO WE KNOW THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PROPAGANDA AND TRUTH?

How do we know the difference between propaganda and truth? It is not always easy, not when lies can masquerade as the truth. When I was a boy, the atheistic Soviet government put the first man into space. That was … Continue reading

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