Category Archives: Middle East

COMPROMISED?

Dissecting The Liberal Stance On Israel Here of late there has been lots of publicity about ISIS, ISIL or whatever it is we are suppose to call a bunch of bloodthirsty fanatics. There is only one good thing about this … Continue reading

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WARRING AGAINST SIN OR STRIVING FOR CHRISTIANITY? — PART 2

Here we continue a series of post that argues for Christian-based political activism. In Part 1, we examined what kind of political system we must create to promote the spread of Christianity. We also considered what has gone wrong with … Continue reading

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WE ARE WORRIED ABOUT SYRIA AND CHEMICAL WEAPONS?

Is it a crisis of immense proportions? If our glorious POTUS can wait for our glorious Congress to return from its glorious summer recess on September 9th, then there is no crisis. For the people of Syria, it is a … Continue reading

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FINDING PEACE IN THE AFTERMATH OF THE 2012 ELECTION — PART 4

In Part 3 of this series, Understanding The Nature Of The Enemy: Red Tape, we considered how our government snarls us in red tape to keep us dependent, to keep us from becoming mature adults. Here we consider the damage we have done to … Continue reading

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Sunday Verse 1 From DeHavelle.com

When I nominated Keith DeHavelle for The Food For Thought Award, I did so with some trepidation. I don’t doubt he finds himself nagged by Christians to convert from time-to-time. However, that was not my motivation. Would I like him to convert? … Continue reading

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