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  • Kerry: Climate Change Deniers Believe ‘Earth is Flat’

    02/16/2014 5:54:59 PM PST · 84 of 91
    Designed to therightliveswithus

    He’s an IDIOT!

  • Wisconsin News Anchor Thinks Phil Robertson Looks Like A Bigot

    12/26/2013 9:21:22 PM PST · 29 of 46
    Designed to rktman

    Well let’s see ... Phil Robertson has a bachelor’s degree in physical Education, a master’s degree in education, taught school for several years, is widely respected as an elder in the church, has a close loving family, and has parlayed his family’s business to the point that their personal fortune is about 400,000,000 dollars. How does Miss Bellport stack up?

  • Jesse Jackson Sr. responds to 'Duck Dynasty' star's comments

    12/25/2013 1:52:15 PM PST · 102 of 105
    Designed to oldenuff2no

    I wonder how long it has been since the revrund sat down with someone and taught him the gospel and brought him to salvation.

  • McCain considering seeking reelection in 2016

    10/22/2013 9:27:44 PM PDT · 68 of 68
    Designed to twister881

    I held my nose and voted for him in ‘08. I would not waste the energy to go to the polls to vote for him again. He is an anti-American obama suck-up and panders to the radical Muslim element just like B.Hussein.

  • Barack Obama 'Savages' Catholic Education

    06/20/2013 12:08:38 PM PDT · 67 of 70
    Designed to SeekAndFind

    So the guy who grew up going to the madrassa, daily reciting the shahada, and now favors Muslims over all others, thinks that a parochial education might prejudice a person against those of another belief? He might be onto something.

  • NSA taps in to internet giants' systems to mine user data, secret files reveal

    06/06/2013 6:42:23 PM PDT · 9 of 36
    Designed to Hojczyk

    A momentous decision, Roe vs Wade, was made on the basis of the
    “Right to privacy”. I assume that the same decision could not
    be reached today because there is no right or presumption of
    privacy with this endlessly snooping administration.

  • EXCLUSIVE: Minn. lawmaker vows not to complete Census - (ALL questions must be answered?)

    06/19/2009 8:04:49 AM PDT · 33 of 180
    Designed to Disambiguator

    Inasmuch as i was born and raised in the US, I think I would answer “Native American”.

  • General Motors files for bankruptcy protection (GM Nationalized)

    06/01/2009 9:39:36 AM PDT · 55 of 112
    Designed to Deek

    There have been and will be tea parties in response to government irresponsibility. I wonder — Will there be a backlash against auto companies if they have received bailout money? I for one will never buy another vehicle from anyone who has received a bailout at taxpayer expense. What do you think?

  • Pelosi: Bush briefers lied to me

    05/14/2009 8:49:42 AM PDT · 23 of 238
    Designed to jessduntno

    Isn’t “Truth Commission” in association with “congress” an oxymoron?

  • ANOTHER Obama Stinker: How Do You Say "Tax Cheat" in Spanish? [Rep. Hilda Solis' husband]

    02/06/2009 5:09:09 PM PST · 8 of 15
    Designed to neverdem

    Can anyone confirm this? I heard that two million people showed up on the capitol mall for the inauguration, but that only 14 of them missed work. Huh?

  • Let the campaign for 2012 begin

    11/09/2008 2:14:42 PM PST · 46 of 60
    Designed to TaxPayer2000

    The RINO powerbrokers in Washington think that we can only win if we reach across the aisle, compromise with liberals, and be “moderate”. Of course, the MSM are in lock step with them, not idealogically but practically. They will go crazy opposing Palin, Huckabee, and Jindal becuse these candidates are too conservative. Unless the Republican party wakes up we will get another candidate in the mould of John McCain. A lot of people will be saying, “I’ll just hold my nose and pull the lever for the lesser of two evils ... but I really don’t like him”.

  • Medical Bills You Shouldn't Pay

    09/06/2008 9:06:29 AM PDT · 7 of 49
    Designed to DeaconBenjamin

    It should be pointed out, however, that patients are only exempt from paying the balance IF the provider has signed a contract with the insurance company whereby he/she agrees to accept the insurance benefit as payment in full.

  • The Cultural Illiteracy of Atheist Christopher Hitchens

    07/01/2007 6:39:49 AM PDT · 23 of 59
    Designed to Dudoight

    All of this may not matter much to you, but I have two earned degrees, one in biology and chemistry, and the other a DDS. I have INTENSELY studied the evolution-creation debate for about 35 years, and have read something like 250 books on both sides of the issue. I have come to the studied conclusion that evolution is junk science, sort of like man-made global warming. We have been told so many thousands of times, for so many years, that evolution is a fact. As a result many people who are basically uninformed have been brainwashed. You might look at some of the articles and archives at the Discovery Institute. You might want to read some of the offerings by Michael Denton. By the way, Dr. Ken Ham of the creation museum is INCREDIBLY well-informed.

  • Why the Railroad Effort on the Amnesty Bill?

    06/16/2007 9:26:07 AM PDT · 53 of 209
    Designed to 3AngelaD

    Many politicians have come and gone but the majority have remained the same for years — like Kennedy, McCain, Lott, etc., etc. Illegal immigration has been going on for decades without any serious attempt by the federal government to stem the tide. So — the logical inference is that they, for some reason, desire illegal immigration. We know that senators have a way of leaving office very wealthy. How? Why? Because they suck up to big business. Big business, by the way, is the real beneficiary of illegal immigration. They pay wages that Americans don’t want to work for. It is much more profitable to have a permanent slave class. So we understand the reason for turning a blind eye for so long at illegals streaming across the border. Now those same politicians who allowed illegal immigration in the first place are telling us that we can’t deport the 20 million law-breakers who are here. Why? It’s not because it is physically impossible or heartless. It’s the money!

  • Documentary Shows Possible Jesus Tomb (Did They Attack Islamic Belief, Too?

    02/26/2007 7:27:32 PM PST · 47 of 73
    Designed to Laissez-faire capitalist

    The really sad thing about this farce is that many uninformed will believe it to the peril of their souls. The church began only fifty days after the resurrection of Jesus. Whether you believe in the resurrection or not (and I do) the church began with a huge number of people really believing that Jesus was raised. If his body was in a tomb, and sometimes later his body was joined with that of his mother, and then a brother, etc., sufficient people would know about it for the Jews who were hostile to Christianity to produce the body. Then they could have said, "Here is your messiah". They could have used the remains of Jesus to squelch the movement. The reason they did not is because THERE WERE NO REMAINS. And there still aren't. And a common objection is, and a good one at that, "Where did the authors of this hoax get Jesus' DNA?"

  • NBA bans Hardaway from weekend All Star game after anti-gay comment

    02/16/2007 6:49:22 PM PST · 31 of 34
    Designed to Pinkbell

    Indeed they are a business and they don't want to offend their consumers. But -- they have offended me time after time and are doing it again. When Latrell Sprewell tried to kill his coah twice in one day and the NBA didn't banish his sorry hide to Europe, I lost all respect for the league's front office. The league is full of 'gangstas', drug abusers, and murderous thugs. They are apparently proud of their reputation. Now a man comes out and says something that is true and moral -- Homosexual behavior is wrong ... It shouldn't be here, in the USA, etc. Maybe he said it crudely. Perhaps his words were not carefully thought out. Perhaps he really hates the behavior and not the people. I don't know. But the NBA would have done better by me if they had said, "While Mr. Hardaway's comments don't reflect the position of the NBA, we stand by his right to express his opinion."

  • NASA Schedules Briefing to Announce Significant Find on Mars...

    12/06/2006 9:12:22 AM PST · 79 of 106
    Designed to edmond246

    Now, of course, they will extrapolate the finding of water to the almost certainty of finding life. The NASA people are fond of doing this -- no doubt to create chatter and incease funding. Those who believe in the chance formation of life will grasp at any finding, no matter how small, to trumpet their pet theory. Life is far, far to complicated and information-laden to be an accident. Ask Anthony Flew. He was converted to theism by DNA -- information on a ribbon. He finally came to the realization that information ALWAYS originates in a mind.

  • Pope statement not enough: Muslim Brotherhood

    09/16/2006 7:13:27 AM PDT · 31 of 107
    Designed to veronica

    The Pope really didn't say enough. He should have said that Mohammed was a false prophet ... and if there is a liar's prize in hell, Mohammed will get it.

  • Learn about global warming

    07/03/2006 10:12:06 AM PDT · 21 of 67
    Designed to Sgt_Schultze

    Kim needs to go to the Canadian Rockies and visit the Athabascan ice fields. The glaciers have monuments showing how they have been melting and receding for 175 years or so -- long before there were SUVs. There may be global warming but it is not caused by manmade green house gasses or auto emissions.

  • Nagin: God mad at America, but also at blacks

    01/16/2006 8:39:33 PM PST · 78 of 80
    Designed to Ellesu

    God's ways are past searching out -- so I don't know. But PERHAPS God is mad at New Orleans for hosting the decadence festival, for being a hotbed of homosexuality, permissiveness, prostitution, drug abuse, alcoholsm, and debauchery. In the past the mayor has welcomed perverted, ungodly events to New Orleans with open arms, "Come on down, we have great hotels, restaurants and bars -- we are happy for you to parade (literally) your perversions in our streets. Instead of looking to Iraq for the reason, perhaps he needs to start at home.

  • Global warming 55 million years ago shifted ocean currents

    01/04/2006 7:38:46 PM PST · 31 of 34
    Designed to Ma3lst0rm

    I can't help but wonder how many hundreds of unfounded assumptions the researchers plugged into their calculations to come up with this astounding finding. I mean, they don't even know what the average temperature was a thousand years ago!

  • 'BURN IN HELL, AL-ZARQAWI!

    11/11/2005 7:48:45 AM PST · 40 of 70
    Designed to Ostlandr

    There are over 160 passages in the Qur'an that teach that it is the responsibility of Muslims to either convert, subjugate, or kill unbelievers -- especially Jews and Christians. The ahadith, collections of sayings and deeds of Mohammed, are considered inspired by Muslims and normative for acceptable behavior. There are multiplied hundreds of statements made by "the prophet" urging all faithful disciples to kill, terrorize, and brutalize. Jihad is defined in these documents as holy war - NOT inner struggle. And it is incumbent on all good Muslims to participate. When Muslims participate in terror and murder, they are not radicals who have "hijacked" a peaceful religion. THEY ARE SIMPLY DOING WHAT THEIR HOLY BOOKS COMMAND THEM TO DO. As long as there are people who believe that Mohammed was a prophet of God, and that the Qur'an is the word of God, this stuff will never go away.

  • The Worst Jobs in Science No.3- Kansas Biology Teacher

    10/28/2005 2:55:36 PM PDT · 23 of 293
    Designed to scientificbeliever

    The article omits the fact that evolution can't be tested by the scientific method either. Facts of paleontolgy, biology, biochemistry, etc., are open to interpretation based on the interpreter's preconceptions. The preconception on the part of the evolutionists is called 'naturalism.' When faced with a fact that is totally inexplicable and which probably always will be, they are not permitted to say "God did it", for then they would cease to be scientists and would become (horrors!) theologians. They say, and totally against all reason, "There MUST be a natural explanation for this!

  • Baptist church 'fake pope' sign attracting attention, criticism (Pope Bound for Hell).

    04/14/2005 3:29:51 PM PDT · 429 of 1,467
    Designed to Matchett-PI

    Sorry --
    Been away for a while. Indeed, the Catholic doctrine of the superiority of tradition DOES make the scriptures irrelevant. I suppose that is one of the reasons they are instructed (generally) to not read the Bible for themselves.

  • Baptist church 'fake pope' sign attracting attention, criticism (Pope Bound for Hell).

    04/14/2005 1:46:59 PM PDT · 266 of 1,467
    Designed to Rutles4Ever

    Quite to the contrary. I know my weaknesses better than anyone else. But, I do think very highly of my Savior. The job of any Christian is to be an ambassador of Jesus. (2 Cor. 5) An ambassador does not go out with his own message, but with the message of his king. I do not want to sound arrogant, but simply Biblical.

  • Baptist church 'fake pope' sign attracting attention, criticism (Pope Bound for Hell).

    04/14/2005 1:40:25 PM PDT · 253 of 1,467
    Designed to Rutles4Ever

    I am not interested in defending Luther, or Calvin, or Augustine, or Wesley, or the Pope. They were not inspired men. They were not apostles. In many points they all agree with the scritures. In many points they all (IMHO) erred grievously from the scriptures. My job, as a disciple of Jesus, is to teach and defend the doctrine as taught by Jesus and the men to whom the Spirit was promised.

  • Baptist church 'fake pope' sign attracting attention, criticism (Pope Bound for Hell).

    04/14/2005 1:32:49 PM PDT · 235 of 1,467
    Designed to Bigh4u2

    Exactly.

  • Baptist church 'fake pope' sign attracting attention, criticism (Pope Bound for Hell).

    04/14/2005 1:14:14 PM PDT · 190 of 1,467
    Designed to Rutles4Ever

    Actually, in the Greek text (consult any good commentary on the original text) Jesus said, "Whatsoever you shall loose on earth SHALL HAVE BEEN LOOSED in heaven, etc..." Jesus was not giving them the authority to make up their own doctrine, rather he was stating that their inspired utterances would echo what had already been determined in the mind of God.

  • Baptist church 'fake pope' sign attracting attention, criticism (Pope Bound for Hell).

    04/14/2005 1:01:11 PM PDT · 165 of 1,467
    Designed to Dean Baker

    Jesus promised the APOSTLES in John 14 and in John 16 that he would send the Holy Spirit to guide them into ALL truth (obviously spiritual truth), and bring to their remembrance all that he had said to them. In 2 Peter 1:3 Peter said that by the time he wrote that God had granted ALL things that pertain unto life and godliness. So Jesus did what he said he would do. In Jude, verse 3, Jude said that Christians should earnestly contend for THE faith once for all delivered to the saints. (All Christians are saints -- too many passages to cite) Over and over the New Testament writers claimed that the complete gospel was given in the first century. Paul said that if anyone, even himself or an angel from heaven, should preach any other gospel than that which was delivered in the first century, "let him be eternally destroyed." (Galatians 1:6-9) Jesus had earlier said (Matthew 15) that if anyone teaches the traditions of men instead of the teachings of God, that his worship is vain -- useless. The question that Bible believers need to ask and answer is this, "Am I teaching the gospel as found in the scripture, or am I adding to it, deleting from it, or otherwise perverting it?" Along these same lines, Is the Catholic Church, or any other church for that matter, teaching the APOSTOLIC faith or are they teaching the uninspired doctrines of men that originated after the apostles' day? We have no God-given authority to teach anything that is not in the scriptures -- no matter what any council, or synod, or self-styled inspired man may say.

  • Christianity attacked by ACLU

    02/05/2005 9:57:25 AM PST · 14 of 44
    Designed to Clintonfatigued

    When the ACLU files a suit against a municipality/county/school district or any other entity that receives tax money, and the case is a "civil rights issue", if they win their judgment, the taxpayers, according to the civil rights law, pay their expenses. Yes -- WE are funding the ACLU.

  • Air Force Cracks Down On Christian 'Coercion'

    11/21/2004 2:01:08 PM PST · 19 of 29
    Designed to WestVirginiaRebel

    Inasmuch as Jesus commanded disciples to perpetuate themselves (the great commission, Matthew 28:18-20; Mark 16:15,16); to demand that Christians NOT evangelize is to demand that they not practice their religion. At the Academy Christianity has effectively been outlawed.

  • Sprewell ($14.6M) demands new deal: 'Got family to feed'

    11/02/2004 6:45:58 AM PST · 12 of 41
    Designed to newgeezer

    I used to LOVE professional basketball. But -- After Sprewell tried to kill his coach -TWICE- and received only a slap on the wrist from the NBA, I lost all respect for the entire operation. I will not watch a game that is full of thugs, rapists, murderers, and the like. That goes for the democratic game as well.

  • ** Caption Time ** - Tereza likes the sauce!

    10/22/2004 7:38:36 AM PDT · 35 of 175
    Designed to TheBigB

    Freepers! Send this picture to everyone in your address book. Ask them to forward it to everyone in theirs. It can be everywhere in a day. Ask- "Is this the woman you want to be your first lady? -- The woman you want for your children's and grand-children's role model?

  • Thin Glaciers Get Thinner in Antarctica

    09/24/2004 1:23:19 PM PDT · 80 of 108
    Designed to Labyrinthos

    Someone needs to help me here with the exact numbers -- but I took my family on a trip to the Canadian Rockies several years ago and we walked out to the Athabasca ice fields and glacier. They have monuments in the ground to show how much the ice has been melting and receding for many years. Help me here -- is it about 150 or 160 years or so? At any rate, the ice has been melting steadily for a long time, and long before automobiles started making greenhouse gasses.

  • AP: Group Discovers John the Baptist Cave

    08/16/2004 11:44:14 AM PDT · 7 of 7
    Designed to Phlap

    The New Testament, the historical documenent, says that John BAPTISED people in the Jordan, at Aenon, near Salim, because there was MUCH water there. Much water is required because the Greek 'baptizo' means to dip, plunge, immerse, or overwhelm in an element -- in this case water. John did not, so far as we know, anoint (Gr. Cheo) anyone. This is just a money-making scheme.

  • FOX NEWS: Rev. Gene Robinson Confirmed As Episcopal Church Bishop

    08/05/2003 6:15:43 PM PDT · 184 of 504
    Designed to Brian S
    Those who are in this fellowship should place a disclaimer in front of their buildings -- "Almost no respect for the word of God here. A place where anything goes."
  • New Hampshire Episcopalians Choose Gay Bishop, and Conflict

    06/08/2003 8:53:15 PM PDT · 32 of 61
    Designed to FormerLib
    Amen.
    If a church rejects the plain teaching of the only authoritative documents which tell us about the religion of Christ, why even claim to be a church of Jesus at all? They (The Episcopals) clearly do not believe the scriptures any more. Sinners are justified when they have the kind of faith that Abraham had, Romans 4, Galatians 3, James 2. When God stated a fact Abraham believed it. When God told him to do something, he did it. These people are DENYING the word of God. Why not just come out and admit it? Oh yeah -- they want to keep their jobs.
  • Pope, cardinals speak out on sex abuse by priests

    04/23/2002 5:52:10 PM PDT · 3 of 19
    Designed to NYer
    The inspired scriptures (not church traditions) taught that an apostacy - a falling away from the faith - would occur. ( 1 Timothy 4:1 and following ) As part of that apostacy, some influenced by seducing spirits and demons would speak lies, including the lie that forbids some to marry. In another place the inspired word of God teaches "because of fornications (unlawful sexual conduct) let each man have his own wife, and let each woman have her own husband. Let the husband render unto the wife her due, and likewise also the wife unto the husband." (1 Corinthians 7:1-3) Catholics believe that vows of celibacy make one more holy. Again the word of God says that such severity to the body is of no value against he indulgence of the flesh. Have not legions of frustrated priests made that very apparent? If the apostate Catholic church would go back to the scriptures they would first recognize that all Christians are priests. ( 1 Peter 2:1-5; Hebrews 13:15; Romans 12;1,2) Then they would encourage men to do the normal thing and marry a woman. (Romans 1:26,27) Perhaps being then sexually satisfied as God intended, they could stop preying on men and boys. Back to the scriptures! They are and always have been very practical.
  • Billionaire Warren Buffet says war on terrorism will never be won

    03/11/2002 6:38:23 PM PST · 27 of 29
    Designed to xmarksthespot
    All religions have a spectrum of commitment among their members. There are those who are highly committed to Christianity, for instance, who take the Bible very seriously and try to live by all its requirements. There are others, who claiming to be Christians, approach the scriptures cafeteria style — accepting what they like and rejecting what they don't like. The Moslems who are telling us that Islam is a religion of peace are the religious liberals of that religion. They do not really believe the numerous passages in the Koran that teach Muslims to kill unbelievers. But as long as there are religious conservatives, that is, Muslims who really believe that the Koran is the word of God, there will be terrorism. Like it or not, this is a battle against Islam.