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Support American troops:  send them to die

Support American troops: send them to die

| May 25, 2007 | 3 Replies

Congressional weasels…er, I mean Democrats…voted this week to ‘stay the course’ in Iraq, despite the fact that many were elected on promises to bring American troops home.  Instead, many caved in to the Republican motto that “support American troops” means “keep them in Iraq.”  Yes, the same Republican party that calls political repression the “Patriot” Act, […]

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What’s really in pet food?

What’s really in pet food?

| May 24, 2007 | 1 Reply

Interesting article from Salon.com.  The bottom line is that you’re not going to find a lot of the kind of meat you’d buy for your own consumption at a grocery store.   Yes, there is a reason that you can get a huge bag of dog food for not a lot of money: Traditionally, much of […]

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Sterilize chronically abusive parents

Sterilize chronically abusive parents

| May 23, 2007 | 11 Replies

We like to think of Mother’s Day and Father’s Day as days when young children give lots of hugs to their loving parents.  We don’t like to consider that these days are also days when thousands of innocent children are beaten by their parents, their anguished cries often not heard outside of their dysfunctional homes.  Saddest of all, […]

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The Hawk: Urban pest control

The Hawk: Urban pest control

| May 23, 2007 | 5 Replies

I was drilling titanium in my basement when my wife called me up to see what the grackles in our sycamore were complaining about. I barely had time to grab my camera and get a snapshot before he gave up on his latest kill, a pigeon lying in the street. After he flew the proverbial […]

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The Hummer might die?

The Hummer might die?

| May 23, 2007 | 6 Replies

Just wanted to pass along this link to an article by one of favorite columnists.  He goes over the edge some days, but most of the time he is spot on in his rantings! Enjoy –

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The Bible, seen from the grocery store produce aisle

The Bible, seen from the grocery store produce aisle

| May 22, 2007 | 26 Replies

Have you ever wondered why humans must eat fruit to stay alive, but dogs, cats, cows, squirrels and other mammals don’t?  It’s because all mammals need Vitamin C to survive, but simians (including humans) are among the very few mammals that cannot synthesize Vitamin C from their diets.  Why?  Because humans (along with other apes, […]

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Michelle Obama on our national priorities

Michelle Obama on our national priorities

| May 22, 2007 | 1 Reply

Michelle Obama, wife of Barack Obama, was recently interviewed by ABC News.  She presented Iraq as a domestic issue: “All of our emotional and financial resources… as a country have been totally put into the war. We haven’t talked about the domestic issue in about 10 years,” she said. “There are no serious conversations about […]

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Princess Diana returns from the grave to torment me

Princess Diana returns from the grave to torment me

| May 22, 2007 | 7 Replies

Pleassssse, somebody.  Wake me up.  I thought we were all done with Princess Diana.  But we’re not, because this is the 10th year anniversary of her death.  In other words, it’s a terrific opportunity to dust her off and to put her back up on the pedestal so that we can envy her, admire her […]

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Creation in Covington

Creation in Covington

| May 22, 2007 | 23 Replies

A friend from Kentucky recently sent me this local newspaper column about the soon-to-be-opened Creation Museum in Covington, Kentucky (just across the river from Cincinnati, Ohio). This museum aims to counteract the secular lies about how old the Earth really is, and to show that only the Bible has a reasonable description of how we […]

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