Ray Comfort’s ten tall tales about Noah and the Last Days
Mar 17, 2014
[After reviewing this article, please also read the companion UPDATE here.] If you don’t like polemic, turn away now. In an attempt to take advantage of the upcoming film Noah, Ray Comfort has produced what purports to be a documentary about the biblical view of Noah and the last days, according to Comfort. Now, there’s […]
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The Rape of Morality
Oct 31, 2013
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The best way to refute an atheist is to quote a more consistent atheist. Modern atheists get angry and some even feel justified in ridiculing Christians when we recall Dostoevsky’s refrain (paraphrased), “If God does not exist, all things are permissible.” The ridicule comes with pointing out that Dostoevsky didn’t actually write this exact line, […]
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Rubio’s Rubik’s Cube
Aug 15, 2013
I admit, I never solved a Rubik’s Cube, but I think I’d have a better chance at doing that than unscrambling Marco Rubio’s twisted logic on immigration compromise. In a recent morning radio show interview, Rubio explained one of the great problems of political compromises. That is, if you want to get something done in […]
Cops squeal over collar-cams, but use of force drops 60 percent
Aug 7, 2013
It’s an ancient dilemma voiced as early as the first century: Qui custodiet ipsos custodies?, meaning “Who guards the guardians?” A modern day version is, “Who polices the police?” In other words, when a group of people is given power and special privileges with that power, who will make sure they do not abuse that […]
I don’t want to hear it conservatives
Aug 5, 2013
Conservatives are up in arms this morning because Rep. Keith Ellison (D-MN) was caught on camera openly promoting wealth redistribution. CNSNews reports what he said: The bottom line is we’re not broke, there’s plenty of money, it’s just the government doesn’t have it. The government has a right, the government and the people of the […]
The Grand Swindle
Aug 1, 2013
Several news outlets are reporting on the President’s so-called “Grand Bargain” offered to Congressional Republicans. Forbes notes: “the President would be willing to reduce corporate tax rates if the additional tax revenue were used to create jobs for the middle class.” If you noticed something fishy about sentence, then you’re smarter than the average Kenyan […]
My $3,500 advice to couples contemplating marriage
Jul 30, 2013
I have some advice for couples, especially young couples, contemplating marriage. I am not normally known for marital or pre-marital counseling, but what I am about to tell you could be one of the best bits of pre-marital counseling you’ll ever get. When I was being counseled before marriage, I was told that three issues […]
Confused minority Juror B29 admits she tried hard to “find something bad” but couldn’t
Jul 29, 2013
The trial of George Zimmerman for the shooting death of Trayvon Martin was turned, predictably, into a circus by the mainstream media. Witness the fact, not the least, that the most common reference to the trial throughout the media has been “the Trayvon Martin case,” the “Trayvon Martin verdict,” etc. Hey, Trayvon was not on […]