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News Item4/22/19 11:09 AM
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Not as many 16 yr-olds on the road as before? Maybe auto execs don't like it, but it's fine with me, esp. if I or relatives have to drive on Friday or Saturday nights.

News Item4/17/19 12:47 PM
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Youth in Asia wrote:
Don't these people pay the tax everytime they buy something?
Every time folks buy goods they pay sales taxes, which finance local government. Fuel is taxed both nationally and by states. Food is exempt except for booze and cigarettes (and pot where it's legal).

Tariffs are a form of indirect tax.


News Item4/16/19 4:15 PM
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Pastors have told me they get many phone calls from people wanting handouts. So I'm skeptical about claims that Venezuelans have now "gotten religion," whether papist or not.

News Item4/16/19 12:42 PM
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Douglas Fir wrote:
...the train, which reaches speeds of over 60 miles per hour...
Wiki says 79 max, but even half that is plenty. Stupid drivers, not just suicides, are a problem. If they really want Shinkansen speeds, they better have completely isolated rights-of-way instead of unsafe level-crossings.

News Item4/16/19 10:51 AM
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Remember, this is the country that centuries ago, murdered, persecuted, and exiled its Bible believers.

News Item4/15/19 1:19 PM
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You all accept the survey results without question. Please note who sponsored it: "The Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany." Not exactly a disinterested party.

If the survey firm found contrary results implying everything was dandy, do you think they'd be hired again? "He who Pays the Piper Calls the Tune." It's a Conflict of Interest, no matter how much we may agree that the Holocaust is worth remembering.

Same issue with accounting firms hired by publicly-traded corporations.


News Item4/14/19 1:43 AM
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Mohler is wrong. How are sins forgiven? It doesn't say. Isn't that rather important to clarify?

"The Apostles’ Creed does not perform the requisite functions of a creed: It does not accurately summarize the content of Christian belief; it omits essential Christian doctrines; it does not distinguish heterodoxy from orthodoxy; and it is ambiguous, rather than clear. Because of these defects, it cannot unify the hearts of God’s people, for, as an ecumenical creed, it allows many who do not hold to the Gospel revealed by God to profess to be Christians."

www.trinityfoundation.org/journal.php?id=108


News Item4/10/19 11:27 AM
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Jim Lincoln wrote:
Good help is rather easy to find but Trump keeps firing them
How do you know it's easy to find? Did you interview people and collect a list? Make my day and tell me which trustworthy people still exist in the political sphere.

And stop spreading media gossip.


News Item4/10/19 11:06 AM
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This smells like a corporate press release intended to excite investors. We'll see.

Anyway, haven't we been told by Experts that supersonic transport is dangerous for the ozone layer, so that we'd all die from too much UV radiation? That was one reason the US SST program (i.e. Boeing 2707) was canceled back in 1971, in addition to the noise. One of the few wise things Congress did back then, in hindsight, though it contributed to a meltdown in the aerospace biz.

There was much hype on both sides of the issue, industry claiming we'd fall behind the Russians and Anglo-French. Funny how things turned out: Boeing's "fallback" design, the 747, which mgmt. feared would fail in the market, outlived the Concorde and the Tu-144.


News Item4/8/19 10:53 AM
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Jim Lincoln wrote:
Trump has already set a record of cabinet turnovers slightly over a year ago.
Maybe good help is hard to find.

News Item4/6/19 11:12 AM
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Jim Lincoln wrote:
She probably would have been fired more than a year ago if her family wasn't such a great contributor to the GOP❗️
You have an obvious political ax to grind, as usual. I don't care who runs the Dept. of Ed.; it's an arrogant and stupid Jimmy Carter idea to expect some bureaucrat in Washington to oversee something as subjective and philosophically loaded (and now corrupt) as education. Like the RCC, it's irreformable and should be shut down.

News Item4/4/19 3:09 PM
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Literacy is only a problem for educated fools feathering their nests writing doctoral theses for credentialed Lib-Arts degree mills. All it really takes is a child, a parent, a book both like, and time.

We found that the ages kids catch on can vary. Given this, imagine the damage schools can do to slow or fast learners outside the Bell Curve (Normal Distribution).

John Taylor Gatto believed the dumbing-down of American schools was deliberate and not an accident; the "problem" Progressives behind it saw was the perceived danger of educating folks to think for themselves (despite their blather about Critical Thinking). He was a veteran of NYC schools in the Sixties and saw it firsthand.

This may be why today, we see educated, powerful people reasoning like morons.


News Item4/3/19 12:07 PM
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Frank wrote:
I have always been amused when people say they believe a scientific principle and they are not scientists and they don’t remotely understand why science claims something is true.
Sadly, people with no experience in experimental science or formal logic are easily deceived by smooth talking, pseudo-scientific storytellers like Carl Sagan. That includes theologians.

One often-overlooked exception: theologian Gordon Clark pointed out that researchers "smooth over" noisy experimental samples with statistical methods chosen arbitrarily, then choose an arbitrary, pretty equation which "fits" it and call it a Law. He was not a credentialed scientist but summarized it perfectly.


News Item4/3/19 10:51 AM
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The Quiet Christian wrote:
.. not interpreting scripture through the lens of the latest scientific thinking...
"Latest" speaks volumes. If science wasn't infallible in the past, then why should we believe it is now? I suspect the author's agenda was to open the door to Darwinism, which given the problems the Scientific Method has with the present, is even more discreditable in its claims about the past.

Atheist Bertrand Russell's astounding admission that Causation and Induction are unsolved rational problems with science should get *everyone's* attention. Why do Christian apologists throw sticks at atheists when bombs like that are available?


News Item4/2/19 3:00 PM
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Science isn't inherently sinful so long as man admits its limitations and gives due honor to God. And one cannot live hour-to-hour, day-to-day, without making many empirical or "scientific" choices, such as "I predict that car will stop at the intersection while I cross" or "I expect the casserole will be done a half-hour from now."

Everyone is a practicing scientist.


News Item4/2/19 2:00 PM
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"... nature and scriptures shouldn't conflict because they’re both from God.”

True but grossly irrelevant, because unlike the Bible, which contains thousands of verbal propositions, nature reveals no propositions at all. One must measure and observe, and being empirical procedures, these vary and can err. This is why scientists, like politicians, keep flip-flopping their conclusions on various phenomena (and hedge with "more research is needed"). History is littered with abandoned theories since the Scientific Method cannot tell us anything universal about nature.

If we know anything about nature for certain, it's because the Bible tells us so since nature is mute.


News Item4/1/19 5:44 PM
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Adriel wrote:
He is probably a Democrat with Liberalist and socialist tendencies.
Perhaps; criminals are natural Democrats. But don't rule out conservatives either; I've dealt with phonies among these, including pastors. This is why I'm wary of folks who make lots of unsolicited religious or patriotic noise. Men who cry out against abuses of the Bible or US Constitution, but won't heed God's rules or even their own.

Has anything changed much? Sadducees were the "liberals" of Jesus's day, and Pharisees the conservatives.


News Item3/31/19 9:18 PM
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Frank wrote:
Yes and this also means that my taxes are going towards a catholic charity...
Good point. Bush's Faith-Based Initiative is where this began. Where childbirth issues come up, the Roman Church-State is never far away. They know fragmented Protestants can be drawn in by their political influence. For example, that link you posted says Focus on the Family has someone on the Obria Advisory Board.

News Item3/31/19 11:30 AM
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If Obria had any sense, they'd refuse the offer, for these reasons:
1) Birth control isn't the govt's biz;
2) Such grants, no matter how well-meant, are a Faustian bargain with strings attached;
3) They're accepting money confiscated from taxpayers rather than a free-will donation.

News Item3/26/19 12:37 PM
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"Purpose-Driven" style pastors [actually entrepreneurs pretending to be pastors] seem to like Hawaiian shirts. So I often wear a tie and slacks to rebel against the dissolute Establishment.😏

But it's getting hard to find decent trousers anymore.

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