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  • Washington ,Oregon ,California and The Olmypic Peninsula Choose this day whom you will serve !

    03/18/2011 11:36:42 AM PDT · by Jedediah · 51 replies
    The Joshua Chronicles ,bible ^ | 3-18-11 | Jedediah
    In 2005 the Lord gave me a vision of a mountain range rising up straight down Interstate 5 from Olympia through California . Yesterday I sensed even parts of the Olmypic Peninsula may soon disappear ! There is about to be , A catastrophe , Of human life greater than ever fortold , A separating of the sheep not of my fold , The ones that have gone the way of Cain , Sold their birthright as Esau for a moment of gain, These sheep have already witnessed the wonders of my love , But have rejected the God of...
  • Wait, where's the book of Enoch?

    03/04/2011 12:17:51 PM PST · by dangus · 63 replies
    The Epistle of St. Jude cites the prophet Enoch: 14 Enoch, the seventh from Adam, prophesied about them: “Behold, the Lord is coming with thousands upon thousands of his saints 15 to judge everyone, and to convict all of them of all the ungodly acts they have committed in their ungodliness, and of all the defiant words ungodly sinners have spoken against him.” Wait, WHAT prophet Enoch? The Old Testament certainly does mention an Enoch. He was the father of Methusaleh, the longest-living man ever to walk the face of the Earth. Methusaleh drowned in the flood of Noah. Apparently,...
  • Surprising (to me) evidence that Luke's Genealogy of Jesus is through Mary

    03/03/2011 12:02:37 PM PST · by dangus · 34 replies
    For a long time I've known of one explanation for the divergence of Matthew's and Luke's genealogies of Jesus: that Luke traces Christ Jesus' genealogy through the Blessed Virgin Mary Mary, while Matthew traces it through St. Joseph. Instead of reading as: being, as was supposed, the son of Joseph, the son of 'Eli, Luke's gospel, it is proposed, should read as: being, even as of Joseph, of 'Eli. This makes more sense than it would seem, since "the son of" is an interpolation which exists only in English, and the Greek word, "'ws," is actually more readily translated as...
  • We have a pretty good idea what Jesus looked like

    03/04/2011 6:27:07 AM PST · by dangus · 142 replies
    vanity ^ | 3-4-11 | Dangus
    It is commonly claimed that we have little idea what Jesus looked like. Some have even gone to such despicable extremes as to describe traditional depictions of Jesus as looking like an "effeminate hippy." The truth is that although some images of Jesus have made him look overly European, we do have a good sense of what he looked like. Jesus had a beard. To shave off one's beard was a great dishonor (see 1 Sam 21, 2 Sam 10:4, Isaiah 50:6). One particular humiliation the Messiah withstood was that the centurions plucked out his beard (Isaiah 50:6); certainly they...
  • 2012 Senate Predictions: Republicans Gain 8-10 Seats

    11/09/2010 9:46:42 PM PST · by dangus · 33 replies · 1+ views
    Vanity ^ | 11-10-10 | Dangus
    1. Ben Nelson, NE Don't let rising poll numbers fool you: Republicans like Nelson's independence, but would rather a conservative, and Democrats are simply over their hissy fit inspired by Nelson slowing Obamacare down. A real conservative, like Atty Gen. Jon Bruning will win easily. (The latest poll has Nelson back over 50%, but losing by 15 to Bruning.) VERDICT: easy pickup. 2. Jon Tester, MT A radical leftist in Montana? No way. His election was just a fluke in 2006. Denny Rehberg, the sole Montana congressman could run. If not, former Lt Gov. candidate, businessman Steve Daines will. VERDICT:...
  • Indebted states stay blue. Do they hope to be bailed out?

    11/04/2010 9:50:03 PM PDT · by dangus · 53 replies
    Data from Forbes.com ^ | 11-04-10 | Dangus
    Thirteen Democrat candidates for the United States Senate won on Tuesday. Ten of them were from the eleven most indebted states in the union. Not one state in those eleven elected anyone but a Democrat. Those eleven states are, with their per capita debt in parentheses, in order: Connecticut ($4,490) Massachusetts ($4,323), Hawaii ($3,675), New Jersey ($3,621), New York ($2,981), Delaware ($2,128), Washington ($2,087), Illinois ($1,877), Rhode Island ($1,812), California ($1,805). and Oregon ($1,606). (Rhode Island and New Jersey didn't elect any senators; New York elected two Democrats.) The Democratic success runs far deeper than the U.S. Senate races. Although...
  • Survey of most recent polling shows Republicans ahead in SIXTY House seats

    09/30/2010 7:11:50 AM PDT · by dangus · 50 replies
    Numerous ^ | 9/30 | Dangus
    If you're district isn't on this list, it doesn't mean the Democrat is ahead, only that there is no polling demonstrating a Republican's lead. I selected the best polling available for each of these races; In many cases, that means the most recent, but internal polls are viewed suspiciously. Internal polls are noted with a "D" or an "R" indicating which candidate paid for them.SIXTY REPUBLICANS ALREADY LEADING Arizona 1: Gosar 39, Kirkpatrick 43 (Lake-D, 8/30); 47-41 (AAF, 8/29); 43-43 (Moore, 8/31) Arizona 5: Schweikert 50, Mitchell 44 (AAF, 8/29) Arizona 8: Kelly 46, Giffords 46 (Ayers, 8/29) Arkansas 1:...
  • District-by-district polls already show 2010 should eclipse 1994. (So make it happen!)

    09/06/2010 4:46:37 AM PDT · by dangus · 31 replies
    Various poll sources ^ | 9-6-10 | Dangus
    Republicans are now leading in 47 congressional districts held by Democrats. (This is up 8 just since last week.) There are another 5 seats held by retiring Democrats in significantly Republican-leaning districts which have not been polled. That's a total of 52 seats, almost equal to the number gained by Republicans in the 1994 election (54). There are another 20 where Republicans have pulled very close to Democrats, and the Democrats are polling well below 50%, normally a sign of grave danger this early in the election season. And of course, although the media tend to poll the races where...
  • District by District Polls Showing Republicans Will Sweep Congress

    09/01/2010 8:57:26 PM PDT · by dangus · 75 replies · 1+ views
    Every poll I could find ^ | 9-1-10 | dangus
    Polls have been conducted in a small minority of districts, but there are still plenty to show that Republicans are poised to take control of Congress. (The more competitive districts are most likely to have polls taken in them, of course.) After checking Wikipedia, Real Clear Politics and googling the names of every remaining candidate in Republican-leaning districts with Democratic congressmen, I present the poll data to show Republicans already leading in plenty of districts to overwhelm the Democrats' current 39-seat majority. Based only on this data (excluding hundreds of districts with no polling found), I predict 52-60 seats gained....
  • Dangus' Latest Polling Round-up (Senate)

    08/24/2010 11:13:21 AM PDT · by dangus · 36 replies
    Various ^ | 8-24-10 | Dangus
    Republicans are holding all six of their open seats: Florida: Rubio-R, 40; Crist-I 32; Meek-D, 17 (PPP, 8/18) Kentucky: Paul-R, 51; Conway -D, 41 (Rasmussen, 8/17) Missouri: Blunt-R, 54; Carnahan-D, 41 (Rasmussen, 8/23) New Hampshire: Ayotte-R, 51; Hodes-D, 38 (Rasmussen, 8/5) Ohio: Portman-R, 48; Fisher-D, 39 (Rasmussen, 8/16) In addition, they are leading in ten Democrat-held seats: Arkansas: Boozman-R, 65; Lincoln-D, 27 (Rasmussen, 8/18) California: Fiorina-R, 47; Boxer-D, 42 (SurveyUSA, 8/11) Colorado: Buck-R, 46, Bennet-D, 41 (Rasmussen, 8/11) Delaware: Castle-"R", 48; Coons-D, 35 (PPP, 8/8) Indiana: Coats-R, 50; Ellsworth-D, 29 (Rasmussen, 8/7) Nevada: Angle-R, 48 or 50*; Reid-D, 48 (Rasmussen,...
  • Watch your back, Kirsten (Cuomo's looking for a gig)

    03/30/2010 9:25:07 PM PDT · by dangus · 5 replies · 317+ views
    Vanity ^ | 3-31-10 | Dangus
    Attorney General Andrew Cuomo is very popular in New York. Governor David Paterson and Senator Kirsten Gillibrand are not... and they're both up for re-election. Conventional wisdom has had it that Cuomo will run for one of their jobs: Paterson's. Amidst unsourced press reports that Cuomo would begin his campaign for governor sometime in March, Paterson even announced he would not be seeking re-election. But now March has come and just about gone, and there's no announcement. Cuomo, in fact, keeps insisting he's running for attorney general. But it's hard to believe the heretofore ruthless politician, suddenly lacks any ambition...
  • Latest Survey of Polls: Democrats to Get Crushed in the States

    03/25/2010 1:16:33 PM PDT · by dangus · 47 replies · 2,198+ views
    Rasmussen, unless noted ^ | 3/25/10 | Dangus
    The latest polls suggest the Republicans could pull off a sweep of unprecedented porportion in statehouse races, virtually wiping out the Democrat party. The following data come from the latest Rasmussen poll, if available. Otherwise, the poll source is noted. Results shown compare the Republican who performs best against the Democrats, versus the Democrat who performs best against Republicans. This may bias selection towards well-established candidates, and is not meant to suggest that the selected candidate is more electable or the best candidate. The party indicated is the party of the current leader, who is listed first. Further analysis follows...
  • The Party of Diversity?

    02/18/2010 9:59:47 PM PST · by dangus · 3 replies · 337+ views
    Vanity | 2-19-10 | Dangus
    Chris Matthews better not forget that Barrack Obama is (half) black; after 2010, Obama might be just about the only minority to have won a statewide election as a Democrat. And the death blows of the most prominent ones may come at the hands of other Democrats. Governor Deval Patrick could well lose to a Democrat-turned-independent, Tim Cahill. Appointed Governor David Paterson is so unelectable, many presume that he will be defeated in a primary to Attorney General Andrew Cuomo. Senator Roland Burris will not be seeking election, due to strong discontent within his own party. The only "minorities" will...
  • Disappointed With Sarah, Again

    02/04/2010 9:35:43 AM PST · by dangus · 364 replies · 4,123+ views
    Vanity | 2/4/09
    Sarah endorses INCREASING immigration with Glenn Beck: PALIN: Let me address legal immigration and we need to continue to be so welcoming and inviting of those who are represented there by our Statue of Liberty. The immigrants, of course, built this country. And I think republicans, conservatives are at fault when we allow the other side to capture this immigration issue and try to turn this issue into something negative for republicans. I think we need to recognize that again, immigrants built this great country. There are rules to follow if you want to be a part of this great...
  • Making Sense of Poll Data from Massachusetts' Senate Race

    01/10/2010 7:47:51 PM PST · by dangus · 22 replies · 3,012+ views
    Washington was rather shocked by a Public Policy Polling (PPP) which showed Republican Scott Brown with a one point lead over Democrat Martha Coakley in the race for Ted Kennedy's former senate seat. If the poll is accurate, and a subsequent poll by the Boston Herald suggests it is, the internals of the polls ought to send every elected Democrat office holder screaming in terror. PPP shows Obama's approval rating in Massachusetts, one of the most Democrat-dominated states in the union at 44%. That would seem to suggest a 50-state sweep in 2012. But their home page is more in...
  • Upcoming Senate Contests Rated, with Poll Data

    01/08/2010 10:02:03 AM PST · by dangus · 7 replies · 1,393+ views
    Purely on a red-state/blue-state basis, the Republicans should be expected to lose several seats, but instead should pick up several. They'll have a much easier go of it in subsequent elections, since 2006 and 2008 saw outrageous liberal victories in red states. Republicans currently have 5 of the 16 Senate seats which look to be competitive in 2010. They need all 16 to take over the Senate (or 15, if Sen. Joe Lierberman of Connecticut or any Democrat refuses to vote for the Democrat candidate for majority leader.) Polling data and predictions for each of these 16 seats are listed...
  • Obama's Policies Create Christmas Colors Certain to Bring True Cheer to Conservatives!

    12/22/2009 1:04:17 PM PST · by dangus · 3 replies · 656+ views
    http://www.rasmussenreports.com ^ | 12-22-09 | Rasmussen
  • TCU Football and the BCS: Is it fair to exclude a "weak conference"?

    11/08/2009 11:14:39 AM PST · by dangus · 39 replies · 1,506+ views
    Vanity ^ | 11-8-09 | Dangus
    The likelihood of outrage seems inevitable this year in college football: The BCS controversy, which even President Obama has issued proclamations about, seems ready to explode, since six undefeated teams - two from minor conferences - survive with only three games left in the season. Two conferences, Mountain West and Western Athletic (WAC) are excluded from automatic participation in the BCS, and must compete for one of two wildcard teams, and both still have undefeated teams. But should a team which has gone undefeated and unchallenged take a slot from Alabama or Florida, which are likely to also go undefeated......
  • The Recession is Over; the Depression Continues

    10/29/2009 8:38:26 AM PDT · by dangus · 30 replies · 959+ views
    Vanity, based on data from BEA and USA Today | 10-29-09 | Dangus
    Obama now fully owns the economy. No matter how bad his economic policies hurt the U.S. economy in the Spring, it was very difficult to quantify how much of the recession was his fault, and how much could be blamed on the Bush-Kennedy-Pelosi administration; the faster the economy sank, the lower the bar would be for him to claim credit for its recovery. Now that the recession is "over," however, he must take full blame for another recession. The depression is not over, however. This Spring, I warned Freepers not to be fooled by a 3rd-quarter "recovery." The economy hasn't...
  • Interstate Tesla Service Stations: Business Idea?

    10/27/2009 6:26:23 AM PDT · by dangus · 65 replies · 1,125+ views
    Vanity | 10-27-09 | Senseless vanity
    I'm not in the position for making any huge investments, and this might be in the category of just plain ignorant, but I figure this proposal might at least prompt some interesting discussion, and if its plausible, someone should do it: The Tesla gets about 220 miles per charge. Great... if you're going somewhere less than four hours away. But if the S-class (a $50,000 "family car") is going to be someone's main car, they're certainly going to want to take longer trips with it. The problem is the car takes 8 hours to charge with 110 volts. By doubling...
  • Who the RINOs and the DIABLOs are

    10/23/2009 11:48:22 PM PDT · by dangus · 33 replies · 1,565+ views
    Who are the the DIABLOs (Democrats In All But Labels Only)? Who are the RINOs (Republicans In Name Only)? Unfortunately, the American Conservative Union's rankings are pretty useless. In search of being non-partisan and having an even spread of votes, they include many votes which are very lopsided, and so therefore Republicans can fake conservatism without upsetting their media masters and liberal donors. At the same time, a conservative who thinks that a bill is too liberal can get lumped in with all the liberals who thought the bill was too conservative. Combining these two factors, it's impossible to tell...
  • Did the NRA really endorse Scozzafava for Congress (NY-23) ?

    10/20/2009 6:47:42 PM PDT · by dangus · 30 replies · 2,075+ views
    NRA sites | 10-18-09 | Dangus
    Is the National Rifle Association ashamed of its own endorsement, or are the media lying to us once again? I was stunned to read that the N.R.A. endorsed pro-gay, pro-abortion, climate alarmist, socialist Republican candidate Dede Scozzafava for Congress in the special, off-year election in New York's 23rd district. The N.R.A. is pro-gun rights, not (necessarily) conservative, but a moderate Democrat helps the N.R.A. maintain its nonpartisan status and reputation more than supporting a liberal Republican. On the other hand, the media widely reported that the N.R.A. endorsed former Vermont governor and Democratic presidential candidate Howard Dean. The reality is...
  • "Democrats" could face severe losses in 2010 governors' races

    09/11/2009 11:20:36 PM PDT · by dangus · 62 replies · 2,417+ views
    My own research ^ | 9/10/09 | Dangus
    DEMOCRAT INCUMBENT Arkansas (Beebe): Safe D Colorado (Ritter): Leans R Illinois (Quinn): Leans R *** Iowa (Culver): Leans R Maryland (O'Malley): Likely D Massachusetts (Patrick): Leans R New York (Patterson): Tossup *** Ohio (Strickland): Tossup DEMOCRAT-HELD OPEN SEAT Kansas: Likely R Maine: Leans D* Michigan: Leans R New Mexico: Likely D Oklahoma: Likely R Oregon: Leans D* Pennsylvania: Tossup* Tennessee: Leans R Wisconsin: Tossup* Wyoming: leans D** REPUBLICAN-HELD OPEN SEAT Alabama: Safe R California: Tossup Florida: Likely R Hawaii: Likely D Rhode Island: Leans D* South Carolina: Likely R South Dakota: Likely R REPUBLICAN INCUMBENT Alaska (Parnell): Likely R Arizona...
  • The Democrat's Horror: Almost ONE HUNDRED Dem seats in play in '10

    08/18/2009 8:30:21 PM PDT · by dangus · 90 replies · 3,647+ views
    data from Cook Partisan Voting Index | 8-18-09 | Dangus
    The Democrats attained domination over the US House of Representatives not by convincing America that conservative beliefs were wrong, but by individualizing each Republican incumbent as part of a block of corruption and political tone-deafness. Dozens won Republican-leaning district while promising to vote conservatively. The Republican losers weren't so much those in the most moderate-to-left-leaning districts, but those to whom insinuations of scandal, incompetence and detachment most easily stuck. The result is an astonishing number of Democrats in otherwise Republican-leaning districts. The Cook Political Report publishes the Cook Partisan Voting Index, measuring whether districts are more Democratic or more Republican...
  • See I told you so: "Don't Be Surprised (or Fooled) by Economic Growth"

    08/17/2009 8:16:12 PM PDT · by dangus · 5 replies · 741+ views
    I previously wrote that there will be an appearance of economic growth, but it is only because the GDP includes government spending, and it won't really mean more jobs. Already, major news outlets are stating this is what is happening. To have real economic growth, we need to unleash the power of the free market, a purpose for which we need true conservatives, not just plutocrats. Here is the original article: It doesn't take an economic recovery to have an increase in the Gross Domestic Product, because government spending is included. The spending authorized by President Obama's stimulus package will...
  • Candidates That Need Your Support in 2010

    08/14/2009 11:14:01 PM PDT · by dangus · 16 replies · 1,340+ views
    vanity | 8-15-09 | Dangus
    He opposes off-shore drilling. He hosted a global warming summit. He vigorously supported President Obama's trillion-dollar giveaway to special interests. As America grows more skeptical of Obama's, he seems like the perfect politician for the conservative base to rally against, in many ways. Except he's a Republican. He's Charlie Crist, and he is the Republican Party establishment to become senator of Florida in 2010. Even stranger, there is an infinitely more appealing, true conservative running for the Senate, named Marco Rubio. He trails in statewide polls, but this is largely a product of the fact that 60% of Floridians have...
  • Democrats for the Republicans to target in 2010

    08/14/2009 2:30:22 PM PDT · by dangus · 36 replies · 2,336+ views
    Various polls ^ | 2009-08-14 | Dangus
    Democrat seemingly doomed: Nevada Much has been made about strong candidates passing up the opportunity to knock out Sen. Harry Reid. Big deal. GOP chairwoman and state senator Sue Lowden even handily defeats Reid, 48-42. All the cash in the world can’t help Reid escape the dishonor of being the most hated senator in America. North Dakota Gov. John Hoeven has gained 39 points on Sen. Byron Dorgan in six months. Yeah, you read that right. Hoeven now leads by 17. Even if he doesn’t run, with Dorgan that unpopular, Duane Sand can kick a little well, sand, in his...
  • Pennsylvania Senate: Toomey 48%, Specter 36%

    08/13/2009 6:11:56 AM PDT · by philsfan24 · 71 replies · 2,379+ views
    Rasmussen Reports ^ | 8/13/2009 | Rasmussen Reports
    Uncomfortable town hall meetings are just the tip of the iceberg for Pennsylvania Senator Arlen Specter. He now trails Republican Pat Toomey by double digits in his bid for reelection next year and is viewed unfavorably by a majority of the state’s voters. The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of Pennsylvania voters shows 48% would vote for Toomey if the election were held today. Just 36% would vote for Specter while four percent (4%) prefer a third option, and 12% are not sure. These figures reflect a dramatic reversal since June. At that time, before the public health care debate...
  • Obama to become most unpopular president EVER so early in his presidency?

    07/30/2009 3:26:56 PM PDT · by dangus · 45 replies · 1,826+ views
    Vanity ^ | 7-30-09 | Dangus
    In 1993, Bill Clinton’s approval ratings sank to 37%, according to a Gallup poll at the time. Yet he was re-elected. Does this mean that Obama can survive his own sinking approval ratings? Maybe not. The low approval ratings of President Clinton were partly due to an American public withholding judgment on his presidency. Unlike President Obama, Clinton had been elected with a mere plurality (43%) of the vote. Clinton’s disapproval ratings peaked at 49%. In 1996, he was again elected with a mere plurality (49%) of the vote. In 1994, the Republican party swept into power, gaining 52 house...
  • NPR Poll: Republicans Lead Generic Congressional Race; ObamaCare unpopular

    07/29/2009 7:09:49 AM PDT · by dangus · 19 replies · 1,111+ views
    National Public Radio ^ | 7-29-09 | None
    If the election for U.S. Congress were held today, would you be voting for the Democratic candidate or the Republican candidate in your district where you live? Democrat, 42%; Republican 43% I am going to read you a list of concerns that people have. Please tell me which ONE of these you think the President and Congress should be paying the most attention to. Economy and Jobs, 43%; Health Care 12%; Taxes and spending, 8%; Terrorism and National Security, 6%; Education, 5%; War in Afghanistan, 4% (I list the top responses only) President Obama and the Democrats in Congress are...
  • Don't be surprised or fooled by the "recovery" later this year

    07/11/2009 11:04:26 PM PDT · by dangus · 30 replies · 1,480+ views
    A Dangus Manifesto ^ | 7-12-2009 | Dangus
    It doesn't take an economic recovery to have an increase in the Gross Domestic Product, because government spending is included. The spending authorized by President Obama's stimulus package will result in a positive GDP as long as the private sector economy does not contract at an annual rate faster than 5.3 percent. Or put another way, the private sector economy could experience the fastest contraction since the 1930s, twice as fast as the past year's, and the mainstream media will be able to report economic growth. Don't be fooled by this. When the government stops spending the money, the economy...
  • Luther vs. Rome

    06/19/2009 10:03:34 PM PDT · by dangus · 303 replies · 3,873+ views
    Praise God, that we are saved by grace alone. Works without faith are utterly without merit. This is not merely a Protestant notion. Such has been the persistent teaching of the saints throughout the ages. Yet a whitewashing of Martin Luther has led to many people, even Catholics, fundamentally misunderstanding the Catholic Church's criticism of him. Please understand that what I write here is no ad-hominem attack on Luther for any purpose, including the slander of Protestantism. Attacking the moral character of Martin Luther is gainless, for no-one supposes Luther to be imbued with the gift of infallibility. But when...
  • Good News / Bad News for Ministers

    05/06/2009 6:50:40 PM PDT · by dangus · 10 replies · 726+ views
    FR ^ | 5-6-9 | Not Me, Nope
    Good News: You baptized seven people today in the river. Bad News: You lost two of them in the swift current. Good News: The Women's Guild voted to send you a get-well card. Bad News: The vote passed by 19-17. Good News: The Elder Board accepted your job description the way you wrote it. Bad News: They were so inspired by it, they also formed a search committee to find somebody capable of filling the position. Good News: You finally found a choir director who approaches things exactly the same way you do. Bad News: The choir mutinied. Good News:...
  • Religious Funnies

    05/06/2009 5:38:20 AM PDT · by dangus · 19 replies · 2,220+ views
    FR ^ | 5-6-9 | I had nothing to do with them!
    OK, folks. We haven't been doing a very good job at keeping the "humor" tag worth keeping. Months come and go, and the same fake news stories appear in my Religion::Humor category. I'M getting tired of seeing my OWN post about Georgetown giving an honorary degree to Satan. So here's at it: An atheist was walking through the woods. "What majestic trees!" "What powerful rivers!" "What beautiful animals!" He said to himself. As he was walking alongside the river, he heard a rustling in the bushes behind him. He turned to look. He saw a 7-foot grizzly bear charge towards...
  • Majority Say Notre Dame Made Mistake Honoring Obama (Rebuts MSM lies)

    05/05/2009 8:56:12 AM PDT · by dangus · 14 replies · 706+ views
    Rasmussen Reports ^ | 5-5-9 | Rasmussen Reports
    ... By a 60% to 25% margin, U.S. Catholics say the university should not award an honorary degree to the president. Sixty-six percent (66%) of Evangelical Christians share that view along with 52% of other Protestants... ...In 2004, the bishops issued a statement saying, "The Catholic community and Catholic institutions should not honor those who act in defiance of our fundamental moral principles. They should not be given awards, honors or platforms which would suggest support for their actions."
  • Satan to recieve honorary degree at Georgetown (Not Satirical Enough)

    03/26/2009 9:31:00 PM PDT · by dangus · 11 replies · 876+ views
    Horrified outrage ^ | 3-27-2009 | Dangus
    Georgetown University President John J. DeGoya announced today that Satan, Prince of Darkness will receive an honorary doctorate at the University's 220th commencement. DeGoya called the announcement a proud day for Georgetown. "We've been honored to continue the proud tradition of Catholic education which has produced alumni such as President Bill Clinton, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, and World Spiritual Leader Al Gore, but when Notre Dame scored the Messi-- uh, the President for this year's graduation, well, it didn't seem fair. We felt being named the fighting Irish gave them an unfair advantage with O'bama. The faculty felt like...
  • Let's not forget RINOs' role in our cauusing our current crisis.

    04/21/2009 6:17:36 AM PDT · by dangus · 25 replies · 909+ views
    Dangus ^ | 4-21-09 | Dangus
    Next time someone asserts that what the Republican Party needs to do is get back to its fiscally conservative roots, as if that's an alternative to being socially conservative, understand that such people will never be useful in undoing the damage on American freedom and prosperity wrought by the Obama administration. We don't need Chinese fascism; we need freedom. Such fiscal conservatives got us into the mess that Obama is exploiting to take our freedoms away... because they were the very people who created the financial collapse that brought Obama to power, and resolutely refuse to abandon their schemes. In...
  • The Secret of Benedict XVI's Popularity. In Spite of Everything

    03/29/2009 9:57:53 AM PDT · by GonzoII · 14 replies · 537+ views
    chiesa.espressonline,it ^ | ROME, March 27, 2009 | Sandro Magister
    Despite being rocked by criticism, this pope continues to enjoy the trust of the masses. His trip to Africa and a survey in Italy prove this. The reason is that he speaks of God to a humanity in search of direction ROME, March 27, 2009 – On the flight back from his trip to Cameroon and Angola, Benedict XVI told the journalists that two things in particular had been ingrained in his memory: "On the one hand, the almost exuberant hospitality and the joy of a festive Africa. In the pope, they saw the personification of the fact that we...
  • Rasmussen Poll: Honeymoon ending quickly

    03/07/2009 2:57:19 PM PST · by dangus · 152 replies · 4,111+ views
    RasmussenReports' new daily tracking poll has President Barrack Obama receiving his lowest approval rating since immediately after the election, 56%. 43% of Americans generally disapprove of his performance, 31% strongly do. Obama's approval rating was immediately after the election was 52%. As is typical after an election (according to longer-standing polls, such as Gallup), America put aside its partisan feelings, giving the newly elected the benefit of the doubt: his approvals rose to 67% over the course of the next month, peaking at 69%. They stayed in that range, which was high even for a newly elected president, until inauguration...
  • Brewster's Trillions sicken, not starve the beast

    03/07/2009 10:06:52 PM PST · by dangus · 9 replies · 882+ views
    Dangus (vanity) ^ | 03-08-09 | Dangus
    What do you do if you can't starve the beast? Feed it junk food. Now, I'm sure President Obama is quite the liberal, so don't think I'm proposing he's mixed up with any Karl Rove mad genius conspiracy. But sometimes evil has a way of confounding itself. And it's looking pretty good that the Democratic Congress is built enough on simple, stupid rage that it's incapable of governing. Take the stimulus bill. It's a billion dollars over just a few short years. It's not even good Keynesian economics. Once the money is spent, there won't be any new 21st century...
  • How we got into this mess

    03/01/2009 10:30:02 AM PST · by dangus · 36 replies · 996+ views
    Vanity ^ | 3-1-08 | Dangus
    As destructive as socialism is, it would be powerless without “pragmatic conservatives.” Socialism, like such explosions, is destructive in our society. Voters don't like destruction of our society, our wealth, or our institutions. So why do socialists keep winning elections? Because pragmatic conservatives, like President Bush and the Hastert/McConnell-era Republican Congress, witness socialists playing with dangerous reactants and try to make them safe. In doing so, they create bombs. CDOs proved to be the ultimate bomb. Here's how they were created: Democrats were frustrated that banks didn't grant as many loans to black people as they did to white people....
  • The First Day of the Week

    06/10/2008 10:10:18 AM PDT · by dangus · 123 replies · 193+ views
    Vanity ^ | 6-10-08 | Dangus
    One controversial translation issue is the phrase, “mia ton sabbaton.” This has traditionally been translated as “the first of the week.” Under pressure from 7th-day Adventists, however, some translations of the bible have taken to translate this “on one of the Sabbaths.” But the Adventists’ translation is based on a faulty transliteration. In the Greek, “sabbaton” is spelled with either an omicron (“small ‘o’”) or an omega (“big ‘o’”). When spelled with an omega, “sabbaton” is the genitive plural. In other words, it means “Sabbaths’.” The Adventists’ position is that “primus” means “first;” “mia” means closer to the number, one....
  • Global ocean temperatures drop to coldest in 6 1/2 years

    09/17/2007 11:13:01 AM PDT · by dangus · 66 replies · 137+ views
    The temperature of the ocean has cooled 0.2 degrees C in the past few of years, and is now only 0.1 degrees C warmer than it was throughout much of 1944. This data set had been showing a general warming trend since the late 1970s, (as well as a warming trend from the 1910s through the mid 1940s) with the warmest time being recorded in the El Nino year of 1998. Despite temperatures peaking in 1998, it's been reasonable to describe the temperature trend as continuing, since 1998 at the time was a flukishly hot spell. Since 1998, the "normal"...
  • Family organization founded by U.S. married couple receives Pontifical status

    06/14/2007 2:39:55 PM PDT · by NYer · 6 replies · 320+ views
    CNA ^ | June 14, 2007
    Bloomingdale, Jun 14, 2007 / 09:44 am (CNA).- The Apostolate for Family Consecration, an Ohio-based ministry to Catholic families, is now one of fewer than 125 organizations in the world to be granted Pontifical status by the Vatican. The granting of Pontifical status means that the ministry is now officially recognized and approved by the Holy See. While the new status sets the apostolate apart, the organization is also the first of its kind to be founded by a married American couple. By decreeing Pontifical Status on the Apostolate for Family Consecration, the Holy See is providing important impetus for...
  • RINOs could be extinct outside Maine within 6 years! (Defeat Warner, Hagel, Graham!)

    06/12/2007 11:18:58 AM PDT · by dangus · 56 replies · 1,223+ views
    Dangus ^ | 6.12.07 | Culberson sent me a particular newsletter about 1 year ago where he specifically talks about Bush's
    RINOS could be gone in six years. For starters, Conservatives can prevent the renomination of three of the worst RINOs, with minimal danger of losing their seats to the Democrats: Sen. Chuck Hagel, although only 60, was thought to be possibly retiring at the end of this session of Congress. He has been the leading Republican supporter of surrender to Islamofascism. He was a member of the gang of Seven Republicans who opposed the use of Senate Rules to prevent a Supreme Court filibuster, as well as a champion of liberal Senator Arlen Specter. And, behind only John McCain and...
  • Unreported from the Bloomberg poll: THOMPSON Leads among GOP; USA HATES 'Rat Congress!

    06/11/2007 9:23:15 PM PDT · by dangus · 39 replies · 1,576+ views
    LA Times ^ | Dangus, from
    The Los Angeles Times article about the Bloomberg poll it sponsored highlighted the fact that Fred Thompson is only six points behind Rudy Giuliani in the race for the Republican presidential nomination. For those watching the nomination polls, that's encouraging but hardly shocking. But many other poll results are downright surprising. For instance, the LA Times treats Republican-leaning independents as Republican primary voters, as if the rest of the nation followed California's relatively unique system of open primaries. But Giuliani leads among independents, 31-17. The category “Conservative Republicans” seems to track very closely to an estimate of the results of...
  • Global Warming Reversal: Sea Surface Temperatures Plunge to Coldest Temperatures in Six Years.

    06/08/2007 11:22:45 AM PDT · by dangus · 81 replies · 2,710+ views
    Data from National Climatic Data Center ^ | 6/08/07 | Dangus (FReeper find)
    As of May, 2007, the temperature at the surface of the Earth's seas reached the coolest have cooled off about .18 degrees since October, 2003. That month had been the warmest even recorded, except for in December, 1997, when an anomalously strong El Nino created the warmest seas ever recorded. Most of the cooling has occurred since November, 2006. The oceans are currently .08 degrees warmer than they were in 1944, following massive de-industrialization caused by war and economic depression, and .7 degrees warmer than they averaged in the first decade of the 20th century, before pollution controls removed particulates...
  • Giuliani leads, Thompson 2nd in new GOP Poll

    06/06/2007 8:16:14 AM PDT · by John Cena · 115 replies · 1,934+ views
    LatestPolitics.com ^ | June 6, 2007 | Ryan Sager
    Is Fred Thompson No. 2? Well, now we have the second poll released just today that says "yes." After the jump, we reproduce a memo just sent out by McLaughlin & Associates (now-confirmed pollsters for the Thompson campaign — though this poll was not done for the campaign). It breaks down as follows (change since the last time the poll was taken in April in parentheses): Rudy Giuliani: 24% (-4) Fred Thompson: 18% (+5) John McCain: 17% (+1) Mitt Romney: 7% (-1) UPDATE: A survey just released by Pew also shows Mr. Thompson second to Mr. Giuliani in how many...
  • Conservatives Can Defeat 5 Un-American Traitors in '08: Collins, Domenici, Graham, Hagel, Warner

    06/07/2007 5:43:52 AM PDT · by dangus · 109 replies · 1,967+ views
    Five Republicans are fighting tooth and nail to ensure the destruction of America. They are "post-nationalists," demanding open borders, free access for terrorists, and an illiterate underclass. These aren't near-sighted liberals, but fake conservatives who know full well that the havoc they will create, but they lust so badly for the blood money of a class of people who cannot wait for a slave class so poorly paid, they could not survive without massive amounts of taxpayer funds. Yes, 20 million criminals from Mexico will get free medical care and Spanish-language education instead of the Americans who paid their taxes....
  • THOMPSON SURGES IN CALIFORNIA, SOUTH CAROLINA

    06/04/2007 10:36:57 PM PDT · by dangus · 13 replies · 937+ views
    CALIFORNIA RESULTS: Poll Date Giuliani McCain Romney Gingrich Thompson Spread SurveyUSA 06/01 - 06/03 28 21 11 8 21 Giuliani +7.0 SurveyUSA 05/04 - 05/06 34 21 12 9 11 Giuliani +13.0 SurveyUSA 03/03 - 03/05 41 23 8 13 -- Giuliani +18.0 In CA GOP Gold Rush, Fred Thompson leaps into 2nd-Place Tie with McCain, 7 Points Behind Giuliani: Eight months to the newly accelerated and suddenly critical California Republican Primary, the contest destabilizes and further tightens, according to a SurveyUSA poll of likely GOP Primary voters, conducted exclusively for KABC-TV Los Angeles, KPIX-TV San Francisco, and KGTV-TV San...