Tag Archives: big-government

AN EXAMPLE OF A BIG FAT LIE

The Washington Post (more accurately The Compost) ran one of its pathetic hit jobs today. Did The Compost target a particular politician? No. Instead, furthering the cause of statism, they attacked the mortgage lending industry for a problem largely created by … Continue reading

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A SERIES OF COMMENTS RELATED TO THE THEORY OF EVOLUTION

We are too often full of ourselves, making big fusses about small things — forgetting what matters. Therefore, in my last post the discussion got sidetracked.  Yet we can still use that discussion to make the larger point. In a comment … Continue reading

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WHY DO CHILDREN NEED A RELIGIOUS EDUCATION?

The Root Of The Problem No matter how we educate children, the topic of religion is inescapable; government-run education does not and cannot avoid it. Why? Ravi Zacharias (an expert in Christian apologetics) says there are Four Questions To Answer In Life. Origin  … Continue reading

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WE THE MEEBOTS AND SAME-SEX MARRIAGE

What Is A Meebot? Anyone can see it. Our government no longer represents us.  Day after day we see an increasing number of examples, instances where our leaders simply ignore what we want and do what some small special interest … Continue reading

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CHOOSING THE FIELD OF BATTLE

Recently, The American Post-Standard provided one of the posts on this blog, “The Morality of Government,” the courtesy of a link.  In We Must Fight the Devil with Fire, phadde2 recalls how I answered a question with a question. In the comment section of Citizen Tom’s … Continue reading

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