Jim, now that's just plain doublespeak. those who want to deal fairly with other nations, protect their own borders and live within their means are isolationists? while the munster show that cries in front of a camera everytime they don't get a war and extols freedom fighters, that's not isolationism? -- you really think this is the way a nation makes friends?? that's just more divisive lingo, goes right along with race baiting.
facebook itself communicates a loss of conventional boundaries. the audience is far and wide. I wonder what it was like in the days before tv, I can only imagine they were out and about more, and now with these devices, how small our worlds are getting!
and he's brought flat tax to country and talking about indvdl rhgts. look like the coin has flipped.
us threatening them economically, and they are like, well, keep your bonds, their the next bubble market anyway, we know you are printing the dollar until it collapses.... someone is claiming the moral high ground and it ain't us.
now who sent those snipers in? again, real journalism is important. I'm not sure this morning if I am glad or disappointed that SA is avoiding this topic.
would it really have been that difficult to give him a slightly different schedule? can we not try to respect one another in this society? not everyone is going to agree on everything. religious accommodation is a good thing when it can be done, it keeps the marketplace respectful and open to dialogue, which gives us an opportunity to share the gospel. accommodation cannot always be made, but when it can, why not? there's kids in schools who's parents don't celebrate certain holidays or make oaths. why force them to go against their convictions? others are concerned about how birds and bees are taught at school (has no place in school as far as I'm concerned) -- used to be easy to just not bring kids, but now 100 percent conformity to system is expected. this mindset does not recognize the individual. if accommodation can be done, let people have their religious freedom!
thank you Michael H for your thoughts and wisdom, when the centerpoint is Christ and making Him known, the other things can fall away a bit. I see God's wrath as hell. And that is what we should be warning unbelievers about, because time is short for all, because this life isn't very long at all! I do agree that there are many varied opinions, and that sometimes makes it difficult to communicate in short space.
the reason they have to make it illegal is because it is a political movement that is associated with the west, while the church here does not hear of it, there are deals being made with gov's to pass legalization of homo marriage in order to get favors..... $$$ and power, as it always was. this is why you have orthodox priests praying for protection from the west! African leaders, sound ones have been confronted with American liberalism for a long time. likely they see what is going on. hope we do. what Uganda does is not his business, except his longterm announces of making Africa a purpose driven continent, using churches for local drives by gov's, merging the two, all while bill gates puts his money in Africa to convert them to his programs. maybe Africa doesn't want to be the west's puppet.
regarding the article, people are finding higher and higher amounts of heavy metals in hair samples of americans, makes sense they are having more mental issues. too bad mainstream medicine ignores this and uses synthetics like a bandaid. there are ways to pull heavy metals out of the body. and when you think about it, with our exposure, it makes sense that would be an issue..... especially when we celebrate injecting substances directly into the blood (no barrier to brain) that contain heavy metals like aluminum, that otherwise would be passed through the GI.
Strat, interesting thoughts on the use of brute force. I was thinking exactly on this the other day. Liberalism has always been sold as soft, but its actions degrade society, and when forced is highly aggressive. Same old flesh with a new coat!