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News Item8/21/19 7:29 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
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...and we have a serious recipe for disaster.

The liberals have caused such hatred, division, bleakness, and confusion, from the public school systems, right on up to Washington, that I think it's just been too much for some of the already mentally unhealthy to handle. Their brains become overloaded and overwhelmed, and since they've been taught that there's no God, they choose murder to relieve the pressure.

Bottomline though is that without firearms, there would be far fewer deaths. The conundrum though, is this: America is inundated with firearms at this point. Take them away from every citizen who is properly licensed, and every thug is left fully armed, and emboldened. Take every gun away, and I see the current violent crime rates, skyrocketing. So, what to do?

This is my take, anyway...


News Item8/21/19 7:28 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
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So, why are mass-shootings, by definition, so concentrated in the US? I was looking at the mass-murders stats on Mother Jones, and National Affairs, to try and see if my take would jive, and it seems to. We've always had pockets of mass-shootings, but they skyrocketed during OBamas reign, which is when this counry began to implode, on the morality and hate scale. Then, Trump takes over, and it's been a country divided, as what OBama started, goes into overdrive with the liberals, relentlessly, splitting this country wide open, and fueling the hatred, division, and bigotry, in order to take down a duly elected President, by any means necessary, and no matter the collateral damage. They have whipped this country into a frenzy; sending some of the mentally unstable, over the edge, and driven to murder.

Couple all of that with erasing God from the minds of the next generation, teaching evolution as scientific fact, which breeds hopelessness, and a lack of purpose, not allowing kids to be kids, but rather, throwing them into the middle of adult affairs, causing them undue stress for their futures, shoving behavorial drug cocktails down their throats, and also, confusing them to the point where they have no idea if they're a male, a female, or neither,


News Item8/21/19 7:26 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
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B McCausland Wrote:
".. But what do you think about the random shuttings that stir the American masses whipping up 'the right to bear arms' sentiment so heavenly in the population?"

Thanks for asking, and for looking to have a conversation, because situations aren't always as black and white as the media hypnotizes the general public, and the world at large, into believing.

For starters, I don't really go the conspiracy route, where certain people are being used as pawns (the shooters) by shadowy figures in these shootings in order to push firearm agendas, both for, and against gun control. The main reason I don't go that way is because, once caught, people just love to talk, or they simply succumb to experienced interrogators. Dead men can't speak, but those taken alive, never claim they were some pawn used to mass-murder for their country to further an agenda for or against gun control. They are always either angry about something, or just plain bigots who hate. Their crimes are simply convenient, and used to argue both for and against firearms, after the fact, but I don't believe they are pre-planned conspiracies by powerful people or organizations. They're just crimes of convenience, used to argue agendas, after the carnage.

Out of space...


News Item8/20/19 5:27 PM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
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BM and John,

I'll try and get back to you later or in the morning.

Two words for now though: Situational wisdom, and BM, I don't have the answers, but I'll give my take on the overall scene that we have going on over here; the cause and effect, as I see it, with the mass shootings, etc.


News Item8/20/19 6:47 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
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...For the record, I don't own any guns, and I don't plan on ever buying one. Here's our current problem: America is inundated with firearms, yes, but take them away from the citizens who went through the proper channels to license themselves, and what gets accomplished? Every single street thug, criminal, gang-banger, and otherwise, lawless, is left fully armed, and not only armed, but emboldened to do as they will, with a new confidence in their penchant for crime, and the taking of human life. States that have license to carry laws have lower crime statistics, while all others that outlaw the right to carry, have disproportionately higher rates of crime and death. The statistics aren't even close.

Some seem to think America is like the wild, wild West. To these, I'd say, balance your news sources, or come on over for a visit to digest what's real, and what's been painted by mainstream media sources who have agendas.


News Item8/19/19 11:19 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
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Rhode Islanders got the privilege of red light cams, just last year. I'm all for safety, but they're a glitchy nuisance as well. We have a fairly well known court TV show up here, called, Caught in Providence, with Judge Caprio. The show is basically just live cameras in traffic court each day, watching as people plead their cases. Well, last year, when the red light cams went to work, his court was inundated, as in, bursting at the seams for weeks. The city finally lowered the ridiculous fines, and raised the speed buffers.

I kept getting nailed by two cameras around the city, no matter how careful I thought I was driving. For three tickets, I got seven court date summons in the mail, and all on the same day, to appear on all different dates, so they're a mess all-around. Fortunately, my wife knows the court administrator, who took care of all of them for me, so I didn't have to pay or appear, because the glitchyfiasco was going to end up with me having my license suspended.

Safety is fine, but they cause a lot of their own problems.


News Item8/19/19 7:25 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
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...by the way, those are my own common sense thoughts from a perspective of biblical common sense, as I see things.

I am NOT saying that I'm perfectly right, and am perfectly open to alternate opinions/views. I'll always go the way of scripture, no matter what...


News Item8/19/19 7:08 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
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...No mentally healthy person would remain standing up straight, amidst some madman spraying bullets, and no mentally healthy person would just stand there, smiling, as some thug swung a pipe at their head, over and over, while saying, "Should my skull cave in, it was God's will.

Self defense comes in many forms, which includes ducking, and taking cover. Self-protection is tantamount to a lack of faith, and denying God's sovereignty? Give me a break.


News Item8/19/19 7:07 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
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...The argument seems to boil down to this: God is sovereign in all things. Yes, yes, and yes, but it's the foolish man or woman who bypasses our God-given common sense, saying, "Hey, whatever happens was God's will". Hmmm...really? Go and park your body in the middle of a busy highway. When you get flattened out by a semi, will your Christian brothers and sisters say, "God's will was done", or, "What was that foolish person thinking?"

Depending on the potential for threat, is being prepared to take on the devils schemes really a lack of faith? Unprophetable Servant said, earlier on, that God is a God of means, and He provides the means for our survival, something to that effect.

Anyone who claims they wouldn't take cover, duck, or step out of the way in an attempt to spare their own life, or push someone to try and spare anothers life, is either lying, or deceiving themselves. How, exactly, is trying to preserve life in this manner, different than any other? The arguments are nonsense, because nobody would just stand there, allowing themself to be killed, and that's the entire point. Nobody would refrain from trying to preserve a life, because God gave us that common sense.


News Item8/19/19 7:02 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
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Bottomline is that there is no all-encompassing topic that covers self defense in the scriptures, but there's nothing in the scriptures that forbids it either, and if anything, there are many examples of self defense that are nowhere condemned.

I think each situation calls for situational wisdom, and biblical common sense. Also, since personal self defense is nowhere condemned or forbidden, but instead, example after example is given, it seems to me that one would have to work real hard to prove it unbiblical, or label preservation of life as being a lack of faith.

The thing is that opining from afar, while living in relative safety and comfort, it's always so easy to say, I'd do this, I wouldn't do that, or, I'd handle a situation in this or that way, when the truth is that not one person has any clue how they'd feel or how they'd react when meeting extreme danger, face to face.
We all do it...we "know' what we'd do. Nope.

Anyone who takes cover to avoid a bullet, ducks when some thug swings a steel pipe at their head, or moves out of the way to avoid being hit by a speeding car, is guilty of defending themselves, and trying to preserve life, so the argument is nonsense.

God blessed most with common sense, and that calls for the protecting of life.


News Item8/18/19 9:08 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
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Hi John,

I look at all of this very seriously, and weigh everything out as honestly as I can, always putting God first, to try and get to the bottom of things, the best I can, anyway. When something isn't crystal clear, to me anyway, I have to use biblical common sense, to try and come to any conclusion.

I understand the influence of tradition, but I've always been able to catch myself, and seperate from it, mentally, in order to look at something clearly, and I never have any problem staying separated from it if scripture takes me in a different direction.

I also understand your point about God's sovereignty, and I'm assuming that you're viewing any action on our parts to change an outcome, as a lack of faith(?) For example, this discussion, and attempting to save ones life, or the life of another.

As of right now, for me, it has nothing to do with any lack of faith, but rather, God given common sense. I've posed this example before, but say someone breaks their leg. Instead of doing nothing but praying for it to reset and heal itself, they seek out medical attention to have it reset, and immobilized in a cast so it can heal. The person used their God-given common sense instead of prayer. How would being pro-active to spare a life be any different?


News Item8/18/19 7:15 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
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Here's a scenario:

Someone is standing in front of us, ready to shoot and kill us. Do we:

1) Stand there and agree to being murdered, because if the bullet hits and kills us, it was God's will.

2) Pull out the weapon we happen to have tucked away; a gun, a knife, or a club...whatever, and attack first in an attempt to spare our life.

3) Run for cover, as the thug sprays bullets at us.

I view running to take cover no different than pulling out, and using a weapon, because both are an attempt to spare one's life.

Would anyone here not run to take cover to try and spare your life, and if you would, then what's the difference between that, and using a weapon to try and spare your life?

Just curious.


News Item8/18/19 6:20 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
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I'll let you all carry on. I hope everyone has a safe, happy, and fruit-filled day.

I was just thinking how neat it is that I can type out words on a screen, that anyone can read and understand, and just the mere fact that I(we) know which ones to type, and how to organize them, on the fly, in order to communicate, is kind of amazing.

I'm probably sounding like a borderline lunatic right now 😊 Ok, over and out...

Actually, I'll just say one thing about Mark 8:35: I'd like to see it get discussed, and expounded upon, because there's a whole lot of context that gets packed into that one sentence, and it's not a stand-alone verse that I feel can be used to refute common sense, self-protection.

Do I think a church body should be taking up weapons training, and arming themselves in order to defend against a madman, potentially strolling through its door? Hmmm...I've never given it any thought, so I'll be following the conversation. I guess the big question is gonna be: Does arming itself express a lack of faith in God to protect, or is arming itself (onesself) an expression of God-given common sense for self-preservation against the enemy?


News Item8/17/19 6:18 PM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
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Hi John,

As far as where you're coming from, is the conversation about bearing arms, or any sort of personal self-defense, whatever the situation, and by whatever means?


News Item8/16/19 9:48 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
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Thanks Dr Clark. I know, the UK is a real mess as well, as the plague, or madness, I should say, spreads over the entire planet. Really something to be witnesses to, as the end of days closes in. Amazing how quickly everything we see going on today, came to be, and came to be a normal way of life, in just a few short years.

Mike, the constitutionality of it didn't even occur to me to think about, because it seems that only comes into play when the liberals want to take action on something. Otherwise, it's, "Constitution? What's a constitution?"


News Item8/16/19 6:33 AM
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"[T]he perpetuation of harm to a child stemming from unconstitutional conduct can not be allowed to stand," the judge wrote."

What a joke. The presiding judge scorned the Gloucester school for harming a child? These people infuriate me, because they have allowed, and enforce the confusion of an entire generation. They are fully responsible for all of the suicides as well, whether they resulted from bullying, utter confusion, or reassignment remorse. Their agendas confuse and kill, yet, they tout themselves as advocates and supreme protectors? What a joke.

"Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals
based its ruling in favor of Grimm on a 2015 Obama administration guidance
encouraging all public schools to allow transgender students to use facilities consistent with their gender identity."

Thanks again for everything, Mr OBama...a job well done. You certainly have your fan base, like Cora, but you were a wicked little thing, hiding behind a smooth, polished exterior, and a whole lot of lies.
Just look at what you've done, and how many children have killed themselves, thanks to your policies. Wicked man with a Hollywood smile, whose reign of terror has sent this country into a new level of darkness.


News Item8/15/19 5:29 PM
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THBCC Wrote:
"MARCHING IN FRONT OF US THERE WAS THEN ALDERMAN--(CLOSET-LESBIAN) TONI PRECKWINKLE--WHO LOST CHICAGO'S 2019 MAYORAL RACE TO OPEN-LESBIAN LORI LIGHTFOOT !"

The recent Chicago mayoral race reminded me of the current 2020 candidates, where I wouldn't have been able to vote for a one of them. Lightfoot ran on the LGBTQ card, and it worked for her. How many Chicagoans voted for her because she's a homosexual, and for no other reason. Even for 2020, it seems the issues are secondary, while se*ual orientation, color, who/what you sympathize with, and how extreme your (false) promises are, is first and foremost for the vote.

Anyway, I grew up at the Outer Drive East building on E Randolph, and family members moved as the Loops dangers began to fan East, and that part of Michigan Ave got worse and worse as you headed toward Roosevelt. One of my Aunts moved to Dearborn Park (phase I) for a safer environment, and still lives there, but the crime and homeless infection is even reaching there now. Point is that the Democrats are killing the city, everyone is killing each other, it's grossly mis-managed, getting progressively worse, and the same holds true for any Democratic controlled city, yet, the people keep them in power. Strange thing.


News Item8/15/19 7:36 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
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I don't care for, "once saved, always saved", either, and think the way you've expressed it is much better. I think that all to often, it's used as the go-to phrase for anyone who has fallen away, and living in sin, etc. They remain a brother or sister, no matter what, and forevermore, no matter their fruits, or lack thereof, and will simply not reap any eternal reward, etc., but remain saved. I think it's used as a phrase for false comfort.

While the phrase has truth to it, I think it's mostly used in the wrong way, and gives false comfort.


News Item8/15/19 6:43 AM
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Hi John,

I've been having a little trouble getting his drift as well, but it seems that Simple might be operating off of once saved, always saved, which is fine when we're talking about those who are truly His. Seems to me though that he's placing Harris and Sampson into the category of the elect, that they've simply fallen away for a season, and that they are deserving of sympathy, and prayers for restoration.

Correct me if I'm wrong, Simple, but if that's the gist of your comments, I, for one, will not pray for the restoration of anyone, who being filled with the knowledge of scripture, and has tasted of the good things, crucifies Christ afresh by publicly calling Him a liar, a hoax, and tells the world that they're walking away from the joke that is, Christianity; saying, "We're outta here, and how wonderful is the newfound freedom that we have, without some false God ordering us around, and not allowing us to do whatever we feel like doing in life. Who does He think He is, anyway...no thanks".

Can they be renewed unto repentance? Seems bleak, but only God knows. The thing that really bugs me is that instead of keeping things private, they tell the world that God is a phoney, and His Word, a joke, basically. How many others did they harm in their wake?


News Item8/14/19 4:31 PM
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Douglas For Wrote:
'Very true, 'Christopher' about the Dems going nuts.
And this is why the country is so polarized today, with the media pounded constantly on President Trump, with all their voices enraged. No one who watches that for any length of time can come away without being impacted. Even their so-called 'conservative' voices they put on the screen are not, and you will never ever see them say, "Now, let's go to Sean Hannity (or Mark Levin, Michael Savage, or Rush Limbaugh)for his view on this issue"'

Hi DF...Polarized, for sure, and perfect choice of words. I've often wondered why people don't balance their news sources, but I was just now thinking that maybe it's because they simply believe the mainstream outlets they listen to, report all the news, as is, as in, fair and balanced, accurate, true, and unbiased. I can't imagine why anyone would ever pay any attention if they knew most of the reporting was mis-information and lies, no matter what party they associate themselves with. I think most are just ignorant and naive, believing all they hear, and the liberals have taken full advantage, and because of that, here we are...

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