Archive for January, 2009

28
Jan

Michelle Malkin on the stimulus bill

   Posted by: Wes    in Current Events, Politics

Stop Thief

28
Jan

Sayonara, earth

   Posted by: Wes    in Current Events, Religion

Read this somewhat tongue in cheek article from Fox News (that bastion of liberal journalism.) Remember the Tower of Babel? Man reached further than he should, and God slapped him down. Now our scientists are creating life in the lab, cloning animals and trying to clone human beings. Trying to recreate the birth of the universe, creating something they have no idea of how to control (black holes). Maybe we are reaching to far again? I’m no alarmist, but some things are better left to God.

Will it destroy the earth?

27
Jan

Interesting Analogy

   Posted by: Wes    in Current Events, Humor, Politics

This really points up how most voters make an intelligent choice in voting:

I want ice cream

26
Jan

Remember When

   Posted by: Wes    in Current Events, Politics

Remember when our country stood on these principles?

“We who live in free market societies believe that growth, prosperity and ultimately human fulfillment, are created from the bottom up, not the government down. Only when the human spirit is allowed to invent and create, only when individuals are given a personal stake in deciding economic policies and benefitting from their success — only then can societies remain economically alive, dynamic, progressive, and free.” —Ronald Reagan

25
Jan

And So It Starts, Pt. 2

   Posted by: Wes    in Current Events, Politics, Religion

Are the Evangelicals who voted for Obama getting what they expected?

23
Jan

Persecution

   Posted by: Wes    in Current Events, Religion

There is no freedom of religion under Islam. The following threat is a common occurrence.

Ancient Monastery in Turkey Threatened
Compass Direct News reports that the Syriac Christians in southeastern Turkey say a land dispute over the historic Mor Gabriel Monastery is part of a larger system of discrimination against the religious minority in this overwhelmingly Islamic country. Muslim residents of southeastern Turkey dispute the boundary lines of an ancient Christian monastery dating to the fourth century as being unnecessarily large for the needs of a religious community. Islamic leaders from Yayvantepe, Eglence and Candarli are attempting to confiscate one-third of the monastery’s property, claiming it was wrongfully appropriated and that they need it for their livestock. The mayors of the three towns also charged the monastery with attempting to proselytize young children (illegal in Turkey) and carrying out “anti-Turkish” activity.

23
Jan

And so it starts

   Posted by: Wes    in Current Events, Politics, Religion

Federal funding for killing children in the womb

Abortion funding

23
Jan

Israel Doesn’t Stand Alone

   Posted by: Wes    in Current Events, Politics, Religion

A commentary on the Gaza conflict and the renewed faith in Israel. Israel doesn’t stand alone, God is on their side. Other than that, they are almost alone. We have been t heir steadfast ally, but that is going to change. Obama is not a supporter of Israel. IK fear for what can happen to those brave people over the next few years. The only reporting that comes out of the mass media is sickeningly biased in favor of the Palestinian position.

Miracles are Happening in Israel

Another comment on the reconstruction promised by the EU.

Good Intentions

16
Jan

The War in Israel

   Posted by: Wes    in Current Events, Politics

A good perspective from Mona Charon. Again the reporting is strongly anti-Israeli, as are the actions and resolutions from the U.N.

Mona Charon on the current Israeli-Hamas Conflict

15
Jan

The End of Our World?

   Posted by: Wes    in Current Events, Politics

Read this touching and sadly true essay.

Chemo Thoughts

His fears for our country are well founded.