In Season 4, Episode 9 – Final Mission (1990) Before leaving for Starfleet Academy, Wesley Crusher accompanies Captain Picard on a routine mission but danger erupts when they are forced to crash land on a barely inhabitable moon with extreme desert-like conditions. After crash landing Picard emerges from the shuttle, looks around at the hot, bleak conditions and the first thing he says is, ‘Dear God.’ At the end of the episode Dr. Beverly Crusher, Wesley’s mom, finds him weak and semiconscious. When he finally opens his eyes after she repeated his name several times the first thing she says … Continue reading Star Trek: The Next Generation – Still believe in God
The farmer’s aphorism in Robert Frost’s “Mending Wall” still rings true: “Good fences make good neighbors.” Later, Carl Sandburg would be more blunt about the matter: Love your neighbor as yourself, but don’t take down the fence. Dan’s Papers Jun 20, 2015 “Mending Wall” – by Robert Frost We just put up a beautiful, white, 6′ high, 63′ long privacy fence on the south side of our property. It looks great, especially compared to what our neighbor’s backyard looks like. This beautiful fence means we get to look at our beautiful back yard and we don’t have to look at their … Continue reading Good Fences make Good Neighbors
The Best Of The Worst Country-western Song Titles 1 – Drop Kick Me, Jesus, Through The Goalposts Of Life 2 – Get Your Biscuits In The Oven And Your Buns In The Bed 3 – Get Your Tongue Outta My Mouth ‘Cause I’m Kissing You Goodbye 4 – Her Teeth Were Stained, But Her Heart Was Pure 5 – How Can I Miss You If You Won’t Go Away? 6 – How Can You Believe Me When I Say I Love You When You Know I’ve Been A Liar All My Life? 7 – I Been Roped And Thrown By … Continue reading Some punny country western song titles
It turns out, you only know a place as well as you know its emergencies April 18, 2022 | 12:56 pm FROM THE MAGAZINE, The Spectator World – by Mary Kate Skehan I used to think I knew my hometown pretty well, after living here on and off for thirty years. And then I encountered my boyfriend, a third-year resident in the Emergency Department of the local hospital. It turns out, you only know a place as well as you know its emergencies. We met around July 4, when his days were filled with fireworks mishaps: burns, the occasional missing finger. “If I ever have … Continue reading Tales from the ER
By Thomas Sowell – Posted: Oct 30, 2020 – for Townhall.com Most Americans would probably be shocked and angry if they knew all the dirty tricks used to sabotage charter schools that are successfully educating low-income minority children. This is not “systemic racism.” It is plain old selfishness on the part of traditional public school officials and teachers unions protecting their own vested interests. Most of us might see charter schools that succeed where traditional public schools have failed as welcome news, especially in minority communities where there is so much bad news. But, when there are a million public … Continue reading Black Education Matters
Please see my previous post here. Meals on Wheels is a barometer of inflation and the health of the economy, especially for the elderly recipients most of whom live on limited, fixed incomes. So, the wife and I just got back from doing our MOWs route. Even with two of us working together the route took another 30-40 minutes to complete. Our hundred-year-old lady even called to make sure we were still coming to her house because we were running behind. And the retired volunteer guy who is always there helping us volunteers load the meal buckets into our cars … Continue reading We just hit a new high for number of elderly receiving MOWs
Jessica Votipka – -Mar 29, 2021 – for the York News Times My cmnts: Here is what children who grow up on the farms and ranches of Nebraska do Continue reading 50th Annual York-Hamilton County Cattlemen’s Classic
These are listed in x-files.fandom.com “Monster of the Week“, or MOTW, refers to episodes of The X-Files that typically deal with some type of supernatural or paranormal creature/entity, but may also be a simple criminal with a unique ability. They are usually separate from episodes dealing with the conspiracy, although certain elements can crossover between the two. Monster of the Week episodes populate the majority of each season, as to avoid the risk of over exposing the mythology arc. My cmnt: The MOTW episodes are what made The X-Files the entertaining and fun series that it was. The alien-mythology arc is unneeded and tedious. It is … Continue reading X-Files Monster of the Week Episodes
By David Leonhardt – April 28, 2022 – for The New York Times The power of humility Tonight at the Caesars Forum Conference Center near Las Vegas, thousands of people will gather for an annual demonstration of human overconfidence. The official name of the gathering is the N.F.L. draft. There, with millions of Americans watching on television, executives of the N.F.L.’s 32 teams will choose which college players to add to their rosters. And the executives will almost certainly make a lot of decisions that they later regret. I recognize that many readers of this newsletter are not football fans. Still, I … Continue reading Tonight, America begins an annual festival celebrating hubris: The NFL draft.
By CHARLES KRAUTHAMMER – October 25, 2013 12:00 AM – for National Review An excerpt from Charles Krauthammer’s new book, Things That Matter I’m often asked: “How do you go from Walter Mondale to Fox News?” To which the short answer is: “I was young once.” The long answer begins by noting that this is hardly a novel passage. The path is well trodden, most famously by Ronald Reagan, himself once a New Deal Democrat, and more recently by a generation of neoconservatives, led by Irving Kristol and Norman Podhoretz. Every story has its idiosyncrasies. These are mine. I’d been a lifelong … Continue reading Moving from Left to Right
By Colleen Kenney – March 5, 2004 – for the Lincoln Journal Star My cmnt: Philosophical materialists (i.e., atheists, earth worshipers, communists, secular humanists, Darwinists, radical environmentalists) scoff at the idea of there being a God and most certainly a God who forgives sins. “We are free to do what we want, especially sexually”, they tell us. But as my recent posts on Earth Day and such show, no one escapes from guilt and the need for pardon – for all have sinned, feel it in their hearts and want forgiveness – even if the sin is not recycling enough … Continue reading Confession is beautiful, grace-filled and a necessary part of growing spiritually
BY: SCOTT POWELL – APRIL 15, 2022 – for The Federalist Because of their experience with the resurrected Jesus, the apostles were in a unique position, knowing with certainty that Jesus was truly the Son of God. There are many religions with different founders, prophets, and teachers going back thousands of years. But only one of them, Christianity, has a founder who professed to be the Messiah—the son of God—who provided irrefutable proof of who he was by conquering death through resurrection. Easter is the celebration of Christ’s resurrection. Christ is also the only person in history who was pre-announced starting … Continue reading Jesus Christ’s Resurrection Is Probably The Best-Documented Historical Event Ever
Click the link below to see the year-by-year and month-by-month cartoons Dr. Seuss produced for the war effort. Cartoons from WWII – from the Library of U C San Diego Continue reading Dr. Seuss went to War
A Quote That Gave Birth to a Revolution and Death to a Queen By Simran Khurana – Mar 17, 2017 – for ThoughtCo.com “Let them eat cake!” Here is a classic example of a wrongly attributed quote that cost someone her head. Quite literally. This line “Let them eat cake” was attributed to Marie Antoinette, the queen of King Louis XVI of France. But that’s where the French folks got it wrong. What Made Marie Antoinette So Disliked by the People of France? True, she had an extravagant lifestyle. Marie Antoinette was a compulsive spendthrift, indulging in excesses even at a time when … Continue reading The Quote That Cost Queen Marie Antoinette Her Head
by Derek Hunter – Apr 10, 2022 12:01 AM – for Townhall.com The opinions expressed by this columnist are his own and do not necessarily represent the views of Lord Buckbeak My cmnt: The democrats have declared war on America in general and Christians in particular. They hate us and are doing everything they can get away with to harass, enslave, subdue and destroy us. Reconciling the horrors of war with the Christian virtue to love our enemies is a balancing act. Great books and films speak to this issue of love and war. The Hiding Place by Corrie Ten … Continue reading I Really Do Hate These Leftists
We have been married going on 46 years now so we have been asked on more than one occasion (usually at a bridal or wedding shower) what has made our marriage last. When we were first married we were told by an older couple, “Don’t go to bed still mad at each other.” Good advice as it echos scripture, “Do not let the sun go down while you are still angry,” in Eph 4:26. We remind the young couple that marriage is the matrix of life whose primary purpose is to show Christ and His Bride to the people around … Continue reading Tips to a lasting, happy marriage
To be ‘beyond the pale’ is to be unacceptable; outside agreed standards of decency. What’s the origin of the phrase ‘Beyond the pale’? Firstly, let’s get the spelling clear here. It’s ‘beyond the pale‘ and not ‘beyond the pail‘ – the phrase has nothing to do with buckets. The everyday use of the word ‘pale’ is as an adjective meaning whitish and light in colour (used to that effect by Procol Harum and in countless paint adverts). However, there is another meaning of ‘pale’ – ‘a stake or pointed piece of wood’. This meaning is now virtually obsolete except as used in … Continue reading What’s the meaning of the phrase ‘Beyond the pale’?
Politics – March 25th, 2022 – BabylonBee.com Are you smart enough to spot the difference between a quote from the Vice President, and a muppet from Sesame Street?! Only the smartest, keenest of minds are able to discern the difference between a quote from Kamala Harris or Elmo. Test your knowledge below! Quote: “[…] loves to learn, learn about it all. The things that are big and the things that are small!” Answer: Elmo. Starting off with a challenging one. Quote: “It’s time for us to do, what we have been doing and that time is every day. Every day it is time for us to … Continue reading Who Said It: Vice President Kamala Harris Or Elmo?
by Emma Hammett | Dec 9, 2020 | for First Aid for Life My cmnt: Be sure to read the readers’ comments I have included below this article. There is a growing body of people with very low risk tolerance who believe that virtually any risk is too much. This is germane to the ongoing Covid-risk debate. Essentially democrats want to restrict freedoms in the name of “safety” while Republicans want to maximize freedoms in the name of common sense and joyful living. My cmnt: The upshot is this: Riding a bicycle for recreation on side streets, sidewalks and designated paths and trails … Continue reading Bicycle helmets – Do they really save lives?
By JOHN NOLTE – 28 Mar 2022 – for Breitbart.news Here’s what I think happened between Will Smith and Chris Rock during last night’s Oscars… First off, comedian Chris Rock is not getting enough credit for his poise and class. How many people would have reacted the way he did to such an awful and ugly thing? In front of the whole wide world, Rock’s sucker-punched/slapped by a man-baby who easily has 40 pounds on him. Rock’s reaction? He doesn’t give up even an inch of ground. Then he makes a joke: “Will Smith just slapped the shit out of me!” … Continue reading Cuckold Will Smith Takes His Humiliation Out on Chris Rock
December 1983 • Volume 12, Number 12 • Leonard Read – for Imprimis Hillsdale College Leonard ReadFounder, Foundation for Economic Education My cmnt: Be sure to let your kids watch the great little animation of “I, Penci” here. Editor’s Preview: Imprimis this month invites your wonder. Wonder at the countless bits of human know-how and natural materials spontaneously organized by our global market economy into the making of a simple wooden pencil. Wonder at what one individual can achieve for millions of his fellowmen through a lifetime of dedication to principle. And wonder, most of all, at the everyday miracles made possible by a political … Continue reading I, Pencil
Sports March 18th, 2022 – BabylonBee.com ATLANTA, GA—Celebrations for winning the 500-yard freestyle at the NCAA Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships were short-lived for convincingly female athlete Lia Thomas, as authorities caught her in possession of performance-enhancing testicles. “Investigators will need time to sift through the trail of evidence right now,” said NCAA’s Head of Testicle Enforcement, Bob Huevos, while holding up a jock strap, the device suspected to have been used to conceal the contraband from rigorous testing protocols. “We suspect the swimmer used this contraption to keep the performance-enhancing testicles secured between her legs.” Blood tests of the … Continue reading NCAA Swimming Champ Caught In Possession Of Performance-Enhancing Testicles
The immigration crisis of 1620. by Christopher Caldwell – Fall 2020 – for Claremont Review of Books Possibly someone will surprise us at the last minute. Possibly the coronavirus is to blame. But with 2020 nearly over, it looks like the 400th anniversary of the Pilgrims’ arrival at Plymouth, Massachusetts, is going to pass uncommemorated. There have been no TV features relating what happened 400 years ago. No magazine essays unstitching the religious conflicts that drove the Puritans into exile or the republican philosophy of the Mayflower Compact and its relevance to us. Absent is the passion society’s leaders bring … Continue reading Plymouth Rock Landed on Them
Article by John Piper Founder & Teacher, desiringGod.org – SEPTEMBER 16, 2014 My cmnt: Click here to read a short bio of former national Poet Laureate, and fellow Nebraskan, Ted Kooser. My cmnt: As I live in Nebraska it is a big deal to have our national Poet Laureate signing his books of poetry at the local Barnes & Noble. Our State Poet of Nebraska, William Kloefkorn, was also there signing some of his works. Ted was not at all comfortable, it seemed to me, being there, while Bill loved it. Again, it seemed to me, that Bill was just a little … Continue reading The Books Boomers Will Never Read
The U.S. poet laureate and winner of the 2005 Pulitzer Prize in poetry is a Unitarian Universalist. DAN CRYER 12/5/2005 WINTER 2005 My cmnt: As I live in Nebraska it is a big deal to have our national Poet Laureate signing his books of poetry at the local Barnes & Noble. Our State Poet of Nebraska, William Kloefkorn, was also there signing some of his works. Ted was not at all comfortable, it seemed to me, being there, while Bill loved it. Again, it seemed to me, that Bill was just a little miffed at the attention Ted was getting compared to … Continue reading Ted Kooser’s poetry of the people
By Allison Finch, AccuWeather staff writer Published Mar. 11, 2022 5:04 PM CDT | Updated Mar. 14, 2022 After rapidly reproducing in Georgia last year, the Joro spider, native to East Asia, could spread to much of the East Coast in the coming year,according to new research from the University of Georgia, which also suggests the arachnids’ ability to survive certain weather conditions will influence just how far north they move. The Joro spider is a part of the Trichonephila clavata species and is part of a group of spiders known for highly organized, wheel-shaped webs. The females have colorful yellow, red and blue markings on … Continue reading ‘Zillions’ of big spiders are about to invade the East Coast
Winners in this year’s World Nature Photography Awards were selected for 14 different categories varying by species and habitat Elizabeth Gamillo Daily Correspondent – Mar 11, 2022 – for Smithsonian magazine Animal Portraits: Tom Vierus My cmnt: I include this one photo above to entice you to click over to the Smithsonian link above to view the incredible originals in a larger format. Continue reading Top prize winning nature photos
VANESSA GARCIA APRIL 21, 2020 – for the Miami New Times My cmnt: This piece is not clearly titled. Gracia used ‘myth’ in the title NOT referring to the true, miraculous story of Elian’s journey from Cuba in a small boat to American freedom and prosperity but rather the spin the Clinton-democrat-media establishment put on the story to justify sending poor Elian back to Castro. My cmnt: I’ve edited this piece for clarity, brevity and space and added commentary where needed. I was 20 years old on Thanksgiving Day 1999 when little Elián González, surrounded by dolphins, was found drifting off the … Continue reading The Story of Elián, the Boy Who Was Plucked From the Sea
From The Big Bang Theory fan website Check out the excellent website above for all things Big Bang. All references are shown on the website. Of course some of these only stand out if you’ve seen the entire episode they hail from – I’ve seen them all, multiple times. The Big Bang Theory is one of our favorite sitcoms of all time and Stuart is our favorite character. As with all regulars on the show he is a well-developed and interesting person. When he moved in to take care of Howard’s mom we saw some of the funniest episodes – … Continue reading The Big Bang Theory – quotes from Stuart
Photographer and scientist Nathan Myhrvold has developed a camera that captures snowflakes at a microscopic level never seen before Jennifer Nalewicki – Travel Correspondent January 27, 2021 – for Smithsonian magazine My cmnt: Click Smithsonian above for the complete article. My cmnt: Since the 1920s when man first started understanding and really looking into the microscopic (and subatomic) world we have been privileged to see wonders that we had no idea existed. Much of the evolutionary hypothesis would have been squashed before it could become Leftist dogma if Darwin had been able to peer into the inner workings of the … Continue reading These Are the Highest Resolution Photos Ever Taken of Snowflakes
Millions in federal taxpayer dollars were awarded in FY2021 for projects that included adding on-road bike lanes, and the infrastructure law expands the program by 50%, despite 37% rise in cyclist fatalities in decade preceding pandemic. By Nicholas Ballasy – February 5, 2022 – for Just the News My cmnt: Mayor Pete is finally back from paternity leave while his stay-at-home husband watches the kid and is up to the usual democrat shenanigans. Bike lanes are his number one priority, not solving the supply chain crisis. My cmnt: I remind my readers that Libness takes precedent over all other concerns (i.e., … Continue reading Adding bike lanes on roads leads to soaring cyclist road deaths
I have been a volunteer delivering MOWs with my own car and gas for over 40 years now. My wife and I did them together until our boys were born then I would deliver them by myself. When our oldest was around 3 I would take him with me and let him carry the milk cartoons up to the doors. The old ladies, most of the MOWs recipients are elderly single women, would just go gaga over our small son walking up to them and handing them their milk. MOWs recipients don’t get out a lot. Unless their family comes … Continue reading Meals on Wheels numbers follow the economy
Is the Cosmos a Work of Poor Engineering or the Gift of an Artistic Designer? by Jonathan Witt – Jul/Aug 2004 – for Touchstone magazine My cmnt: This is a brilliant essay well worth the long read. Darwinists are fond of pointing out what they consider design flaws in living things. Inefficiencies, in their minds, that a master designer simply would not do. Yet Witt contends that Messy things not only make the world better but also a lot more interesting. My cmnt: It reminds me of when a boy first learns about a girl’s reproductive system. Ewww, they are … Continue reading The Gods Must Be Tidy!
By Emily St. James 12/17/2012 – for AVclub.com My cmnt: Growing up in 1950s & 60s I and my siblings were forced to let our Czech-immigrant Grandfather watch “The Lawrence Welk Show” on our only TV every Saturday nite. He would eventually fall asleep and we would then stealth up to the TV and very slowly turn the volume down. If he didn’t wake up we would carefully turn the channel knob so that its click wouldn’t wake him and when we had it back to whatever it was we were watching we would carefully turn the volume back up just … Continue reading The Lawrence Welk Show was TV’s best party—until it wasn’t
By Historian Alan Royal August 6, 2015 admin Did You Know? 37 My cmnt: This mostly is for old people like yours truly. I grew up admiring Spencer Tracy in the movies and, his not exactly doppelgänger, but close enough in style and acting abilities kissing cousin James Whitmore. As a kid I often confused the two. My cmnt: I remember seeing Tracy in “Boys Town” (not when it came out in 1938 but much later on TV in the 60s) and I just thought he was Father Flanagan. And my mom took me with her to see “Guess who’s coming to dinner” … Continue reading SPENCER TRACY – A nightmare of a man.
Yeah, we wish we were there, too. White sands, rugged coastlines, the works—these are the beaches that travelers dream of all year long – by Trip Advisor My cmnt: Out of the 25 here are ones I would actually want to visit. 2. Siesta Beach Siesta Key, Florida “Absolutely beautiful beach with silky quartz sand! Great beach for people watching, sunsets, breakfast/morning walk on beach and finding sand dollars.” Shop for a place to stay 13 Hotels 2 B&B and Inns 792 Vacation Rentals more 5. Kailua Beach Park Kailua, Hawaii “Kailua offers plenty of everything: sand, wide open space, … Continue reading Top 25 Beaches — United States
This Is a New One: ‘Reality Privilege’ My cmnt: There were no video games when I was growing up instead we had pinball machines (which I didn’t play because I had no money) but my cousin did for hours at Treasure City. He played because his mom gave him money and wanted him out of her hair and he was good enough to make four quarters last a very long time. Pinball was so cool (still is) they had their own song “Pinball Wizard” which came out in 1969 by “The Who”. My cmnt: My kids and now my grandkids … Continue reading Some thoughts on video gaming
File this under: Life imitating Art. To be clear I’m not a big Seinfeld fan. About half their episodes are tedious and predictable and about a quarter are OK and about a quarter are pretty good. However I’ve definitely seen a lot of the episodes because they run on three cable channels, all the time, and season seven had some real winners. Some of them were actually quite insightful about things we generally don’t think much about and like any good comedian Seinfeld was an astute observer of the human condition, especially our foibles. Every so often a really good … Continue reading Seinfeld: The Sponge, The Ribbon and The Mask
By Raymond Ibrahim – Feb 3, 2022 – for The American Thinker My cmnt: I worked with a Muslim man from Pakistan who was quite religious. He would not drink alcohol, prayed five times a day (some while at work), would not eat pork and overall was a very decent fellow. At the time I knew very little about Islam and so took advantage of our association to ask any number of questions. When the suicide bombers became a news item it wasn’t long before we all heard of the 72 virgins awaiting them in Muslim heaven. My cmnt: My Muslim … Continue reading Do Muslim Women Get a Harem of 72 Sexy Studs in Heaven?
Chuck Lorre and the rules of the network sitcom. By Tom Bissell – November 28, 2010 – for The New Yorker My cmnt: I include this article because it covers Chuck Lorre and his sitcoms in some detail. I say that because I’m about to criticize Lorre and want to be fair in my assessment of him. I’ve edited the piece for space and brevity. My cmnt: Though this piece was written in 2010 “The Big Bang Theory” went on to run for a remarkable 12 seasons. It was and remains one of my wife’s and my favorite sitcoms. My cmnt: … Continue reading The TV sitcom: A Simple Medium
Genesis one is best understood as a literary, theological framework for God’s creative activity given to us by the Holy Spirit through Moses in Genesis 1:1-2:3. Commentators have noted for centuries that the chronology of events is not sequential. We easily notice that light is created before the luminaries. Critics act as if the Hebrew people, including the writer Moses, were so stupid that they did not notice this in their ignorant, pre-scientific minds. We maintain however that the prophet Moses was not writing a scientific explanation for creation but a theological revelation of God as creator and redeemer of mankind. … Continue reading Separating, forming and filling – Genesis One as a theological Framework
Ben Sasse says we must not entertain conspiracy theorists, yet sat across Jeffrey Goldberg without addressing his involvement in the tinfoil hat gang that worked to destroy our country By Madeline Osburn – OCTOBER 5, 2021 – for the Federalist My cmnt: I’ve personally met Ben Sasse twice, each at the annual ProLife march held in January. At those times he seemed like the best of what Nebraska offers to the nation: ProLife, intelligent, well-educated, hard-working; a decent fellow steeped in the Judeo-Christian ethic that is the bedrock of Nebraska’s residents and at the foundation of our country. I voted for him … Continue reading Ben Sasse Should Stop Engaging With Media Conspiracy Theorists
From Joe Alwyn to Joe Jonas By Jessica Napoli | Fox News – for Fox Entertainment My cmnt: I know this post makes me look like a Taylor groupie but this popped up on Fox News and since I know some of her songs I clicked on it. I had no idea of her many accomplishments in the music world. I admire drive and creativity and she seems to have an abundance of both. I will listen to her on the radio when I’m driving and not immediately switch stations like I do when a Rihanna song comes on (I poke fun, … Continue reading A breakdown of Taylor Swift’s dating history
My cmnt: The legendary Paul Harvey reported this and recited the prayer. (You can listen to that broadcast here.) My cmnt: This was just 25 years ago (1996) which is not exactly ancient times. Bill Clinton was in the White House sexually harassing young women and selling our missile technology to the Red Chinese for campaign donations. Some things never change – and selling out to the Red Chinese continues to this day with Hollywood, Apple, the NBA, and the democrats. Man, oh, man, they won’t invite Pastor Joe to the Kansas State Legislature again. They invited Pastor Joe Wright of … Continue reading Paul Harvey reports on Pastor Joe’s prayer
By Lisette Voytko Forbes Staff – 2021 – My cmnt: Like chess players, mathematicians, theoretical physicists, etc., almost all of the top people in these fields and almost all of the billionaires in America and the world are men. The female billionaires almost always inherit their fortunes from their dead (or divorced husbands) or fathers. My cmnt: Why this should be, given that becoming a billionaire does not depend on superior size or strength, is not hard to understand. To get to the top of these professions requires uncommon intelligence, drive, and single-minded focus. While many women have uncommon intelligence, … Continue reading Women make up just 14% of The Forbes 400. But these 56 Heiresses are worth a collective $564 billion.
My dear, you have… THE GRIM. BY JILLIAN MOCK | PUBLISHED NOV 6, 2018 2:41 AM – for popsci.com My cmnt: A much more detailed article and photographs can be seen here at the Daily Mail. My cmnt: As a fan of the Harry Potter movies and stories I found this entertaining and weird. My cmnt: I find J. K. Rowling to be a genius story-teller. To have conceived of and written this 7 volume series is remarkable. She has stated in interviews that the entire story was in her head before she wrote book one. I read each book first before giving … Continue reading This strange creature isn’t a spider or a dog, but it sure looks like both
By Eric Wayne January 27, 2021 – from his website What quackery is this?! Is your pronoun going to be “that”, or is “that” already taken? No woo-woo here, folks. I’m not saying I don’t have a shape, color, or gender, or that those things don’t have importance, I merely point out what should be so obvious that everyone takes it for granted. It is our minds that make humans exceptional among all living organisms, and it’s what we do with them after we are born that truly matters. However, in the 21st century, we’ve woken to discover we are merely the … Continue reading Runaway Rant: I identify as a shapeless, colorless, genderless soul
A Discussion between Antony Flew and Gary Habermas Antony FlewDepartment of PhilosophyUniversity of ReadingReading, England Gary HabermasDepartment of Philosophy and TheologyLiberty UniversityLynchburg, Virginia My cmnt: You can read this discussion (including footnotes) in full at Evangelical Philosophical Society. I also highly recommend purchasing and reading the book “Taking Leave of Darwin” by British rationalist Neal Thomas. Both Flew and Thomas are (or were for most of their adult lives) atheists who have been persuaded by the scientific evidence that the first cause of the universe and of life has to be a non-material Being who could be called God. Paul … Continue reading My Pilgrimage from Atheism to Theism
Lloyd announced her plans to retire after the US women’s bronze medal match in Tokyo By Paulina Dedaj | Fox News – Sept 22, 2021 for Foxnews.com My cmnt: I know this is a surprise and frankly puzzling to the world’s Leftist Elites but women are not men. They do not think like men, act like men, emote like men, nor are they built like men. Also contrary to Leftist-Lib-Think only women menstruate and conceive and have babies. Women do not want the same things men want. Women actually like and love babies unlike men who mostly tolerate them when they have … Continue reading Soccer star Carli Lloyd dismisses comparisons amid retirement plans: ‘Tom Brady doesn’t have to have kids’
Failed presidential candidate turns heads in secular beach burqa Andrew Stiles • August 27, 2021 2:00 pm – for The Washington Free Beacon Hillary Clinton went all out for “Hot Girl Summer” in the Hamptons, where the failed politician was recently spotted roaming the shores with her disgraced husband and a trendy female bodyguard. The former secretary of state donned a flattering yet sensible lewk that exuded the essence of Megan Thee Stallion’s take on feminine confidence: “[It’s] just basically about … having a [good] time, hyping up your friends, doing you, not giving a damn about what nobody got … Continue reading Fashion Analysis: Hillary Clinton’s Flattering Yet Sensible Hamptons Lewk Is a ‘Hot Girl Summer’ Triumph
Whether the democratic party in America or The Democratic Republic of the Congo or People’s Republic of China the one thing you can be certain of is that it is neither democratic nor of the people. The word democratic should be changed to something more meaningful and descriptive of the actual party or country. Such as Rule by the Elite. The following chart is from this website (2015-05-19 #geography #politics #democracy). He took a List of sovereign states and picked those states which keep word “democratic” in their full name. Then took the Democracy Index list and joined it to the first list. Here … Continue reading If ‘democratic’ or ‘peoples’ is in the name – it isn’t