As is usually the case, the more we learn about science--including astronomy and astrophysics--the more we learn that the ideas pushed on us for years as "science" have some really big problems. In fact, when many of these claims are examined closely, we find that they are contrary to science. The big bang theory, the supposed 13 billion year age of the universe, star formation and many ideas related to astronomy have some major problems with their scientific viability, and with observable science.
I recently bought a new Bible at my local Christian book store. What I found fit all my requirements. Or so I thought at the time. It came in a sealed paper and plastic package that prevented me from leafing through it before I purchased it. When I opened it, I saw “Printed in China”. “Wait,” I thought. “Isn’t it illegal to print Bibles in China?”
In January, 2005, I wrote a chapter in the first volume of my trilogy, "Politicide: The Attempted Murder of the Jewish State". It was titled, “The ultimate answer to Arab terror.” Let me suggest, again: A direct and pure Zionist response to Arab and Muslim terror against Israelis must be the building or rebuilding of Jewish villages throughout Judea, Samaria, all of Jerusalem, and the Golan in direct response to Arab butchery and barbarism.
On September 25, Guido Barilla, the president of the large pasta company that bears his family’s name, was interviewed on an Italian radio program. He was asked why his company didn’t portray any “gay” families in its advertising. His answer brought the predictable wrath of homosexual activists.
All the smartest people in the room said Australia's Tony Abbot couldn’t win, but by sticking to his principles, four years later Abbott went on to win the general election on Sept. 7 in a Reaganesque landslide with 54 percent of the popular vote. Hailing Abbott’s example, Americans for Limited Government President Nathan Mehrens urged House Republicans to fight like Australians on defunding Obamacare, contending that if it came to a government shutdown, the outcome would not be as purveyors of conventional wisdom predict.
President Obama, true to his ambition to "fundamentally transform America" has made the U.S. appear weak and unwilling to support its allies around the world. As a result, many erstwhile allies of the U.S. have felt alienated, used and abused by the American president and have withdrawn their support – especially Britain and NATO – over the Syrian situation. All this could be construed as the utter incompetence of the Obama administration but I fear it may well be one more deliberate step in President Barack Obama's promise to "fundamentally transform America" to that of a weak European style nation state.
Blame it on the earth, it just refuses to cooperate. Poor global cooling skeptics are stuck in a pattern of backfilling and desperate explanations as to why their bold predictions of earth’s overheated doom not only haven’t come true, but actually may be 100 percent wrong.« Previous Page — Next Page »
"We don't intend to turn the Republican Party over to the traitors in the battle just ended. We will have no more of those candidates who are pledged to the same goals as our opposition and who seek our support. Turning the party over to the so-called moderates wouldn't make any sense at all." - Ronald Reagan, Nov. 10, 1964