by on March 27, 2020
Deep within their hearts and minds, a significant number sense that the world is careening towards something that is both catastrophic yet wondrous all at the same time. Not exactly sure of what that is, many attempt to get a handle on this feeling of apprehensive expectation by conceptually referring to the stimuli and data provoking this emotional response as “the End Times”. With advances in technology just as likely to make our lives more complicated as convenient, it is understandable for c...
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by on March 25, 2020
A Berkley academic that no doubt fancies himself an advocate of diversity, multiculturalism and moral relativism has proposed altering a variety of policies aimed at making the lives of those that dwell in rural areas uncomfortable. This is apparently punishment for individuals daring to exhibit the audacity to make life decisions other than his. His argument is that it is not efficient to extend the conveniences of twenty-first century existence to those living beyond the confines of conc...
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by on March 7, 2020
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has condemned the bestowing of the Presidential Medal of Freedom on Rush Limbaugh on the grounds that he is a “violent racist”. Limbaugh, even if some of the things he has said over the decades were of questionable taste, has never advocated acts of violence. That is more than can be said of those that Ocasio-Cortez associates herself with such as Black Lives Matter, Al Sharpton, and Ilhan Omar who dismissed 9/11 as some people just doing something. If Ocasio-Co...
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by on February 27, 2020
That’s interesting. Ben Sasse published a book titled “The Vanishing American Adult”. In the tome, the legislator criticized those that do not comport themselves with an austere sobriety. Yet he appeared on the premiere episode of the Jonah Goldberg podcast where the host joked that he was wearing a spaghetti strainer codpiece. The duo referenced how corn stalks could be urinated into in such a way so that liquid biological effluent could spill out onto an unsuspecting harvester. If that was not...
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by on February 6, 2020
To many, they are merely figments of the imagination epitomizing either the mark of creative genius or insanity depending upon the context in which they are mentioned. However, UFO’s or extraterrestrials may prove to be one of the greatest apologetic challenges of the twenty-first century. These entities (either real or imagined) are increasingly coming to be seen as gods or spiritual guides among those that have embraced worldviews that do not want to acknowledge humanity’s dependence on ...
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by on December 12, 2019
With a President in the White House that at least values the input of traditionalists even if he does not always comport himself with the wisdom and humility derived from such, one would hope that they time had finally arrived for a respite from the culture wars that have been raged now for nearly a generation. However, a development in the state of Wisconsin reminds that these sorts of battles are never over and that the victories seemingly achieved one year can be reversed with a stroke of a p...
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by on December 8, 2019
The Hallmark Channel intends to produce more homosexual content after being accused of lacking cultural and religious diversity. Will similar criticisms be made against Black Entertainment Television? The network's very name doesn't exactly ooze with diversity and inclusion. Do Univision and Telemundo intend to schedule significant English programming blocks? Will Lifetime network produce an abused spouse drama sympathetic to a mistreated husband saddled with child support payments t...
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by on November 30, 2019
Antifa insurgent Willlem Van Spronsen is being heralded as an hero in the mainstream media for his attack on a Seattle immigration facility. Wonder how long until New Wave Baptists hand down an edict demanding mere pewfillers flagellate themselves in homage to this revolutionary martyr. Am trying to wrap my mind around New Wave Baptist thinking. Apparently a pewfilling angler that skipped three Sundays in row to go fishing should be subject to formalized church discipline. Likewise, a member ...
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by on November 12, 2019
When liberals insist that there needs to be a conversation, what they really mean is that they intend to browbeat and berate the general public until they surrender ideologically just to be allowed a semblance of peace and where the prevailing conventional wisdom is allegedly altered to such an extent that disenfranchisement and even potential violence against the few remaining stalwart critics is viewed as a viable option. Of conditions at facilities warehousing urchins dragged across the bo...
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by on October 11, 2019
Posted on Baptist Press News is a column titled “Praying To Alexa”. The author Sarah Dixon Young repents of, upon getting lost while driving, vocally asking Google for directions instead of asking God of whom she reminds owns cattle on a thousand hills according to the Bible. The concern that human beings might surrender too much control to technology as we grow increasingly reliant upon it is valid. However, there is also something said against attempting to appear so pious as to overr...
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by on August 2, 2019
According to Republican turncoat Michael Steele, President Trump’s remarks about Baltimore being rat infested are like water off a duck’s back. Such is clearly not the case. Diversity fanatics are still jacked out of shape a week later? Tolerancemongers are pitching a fit that Trump claimed that Baltimore’s homicide rate is higher than that of Afghanistan. The President probably picked that up from claims beaten into America’s collective consciousness in regards to assorted gun contr...
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by on June 13, 2019
Despite an amount of hand-ringing, groveling, and self flagellation that might make even Phil Donahue say enough already in regards to slavery and the race issue, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary is refusing to fork over a hefty sum as reparations to a coalition of assorted activist malcontents. The Seminary is correct to oppose this ultimatum. Maybe these denominational functionaries now have an idea how the average pewfiller or frontline pastor feels constantly being clobbered over ...
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