Archive for March, 2016

From the Creation Museum

Pre-Flood and Early Post-Flood People, Part Four

Obviously, something is very wrong with the secular humanistic time line and the approach of mainstream scientists to these underwater cities because their view doesn’t jibe with the hard facts. For clearly, cave men did not build them.

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Where Romney Went Wrong

Where Romney Went Wrong

Mitt Romney is the candidate who was sold as the best chance to win against President Obama in 2012, and then proceeded to stumble so badly that his campaign couldn’t even provide election volunteers with working get-out-the-vote software. It is no surprise that the GOP establishment’s choice in 2012 is upset that primary voters aren’t toeing the line after the debacles of eight and four years ago.

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To Write the Future, Read the Past

To Write the Future, Read the Past

Unfortunately most of what we are taught in history survey classes in American schools consists of simplistic formulas-formulas designed to persuade those forced to attend the government-controlled education mills that they should ride the same ideological hobby horses as whoever currently has the power to select textbooks and prescribe curricula.

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Can We Trust Republicans and Democrats?

Can We Trust Republicans and Democrats?

As the presidential campaigns churn on, there is a great deal of attention focused upon every detail by the media. Who said what to whom, when and how. Americans are stirred up to believe that it is a huge deal who gets into the oval office. Yet when you look back on the past 27 years of the occupants of that office, it really hasn’t meant a molehill of difference in what has happened in our land which party held that office.

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Ted Cruz Will Not Compromise on Liberty

Ted Cruz Will Not Compromise on Liberty

This was one of the most important questions and answers of the evening, answered by Senator Ted Cruz on religious liberty, and liberty and the Constitution in general.

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Photo credit: Lotus Head

Trump Opened Up Palm Beach Golf Course in 1990s

Based on the Palm Beach experience, Trump, unlike many others who never had to confront segregation, actually has a solid record on this issue. The attacks are unfair. And he didn’t refuse to denounce anybody, in spite of what was reported.

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From the Creation Museum

Pre-Flood and Early Post-Flood People, Part Three

While a lot of the evidence of the pre-Flood civilization was destroyed by the Flood, out-of-place artifacts have been found. And what are out-of-place artifacts? They are manufactured products, which have been found in coal layers which were formed at the time of the Flood. They are evidence of what the pre-Flood people were able to do.

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A Good Look at What Liberal Policies Produce

A Good Look at What Liberal Policies Produce

Bill Whittle’s latest Firewall is once again out of the park. By looking at Democrat-run cities in America, we can get an up-close-and-nasty look at precisely what liberal policies produce.

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Hillary and Donald: A Simple Question for the American Public

Hillary and Donald: A Simple Question for the American Public

Before we vote we must seriously consider the qualifications and character of those who seek our vote. We must ensure first that they are people of honesty and integrity, for no matter what great talent or skill they may possess, if they don’t speak the truth and limit their official actions to the powers authorized to their positions by the Constitution, the enormous power of government at their disposal means we will have created a modern day Golum, a creature meant for good but capable of inflicting great harm on its very creators.

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Override Sought for Daugaard Restroom Protection Bill Veto

Override Sought for Daugaard Restroom Protection Bill Veto

I just got word that Rep. Fred Deutsch, the sponsor of the bill, has changed his mind and will seek to override the governor’s veto in both the house and senate. According to the representative who approached me, there are more than enough votes on the House side, but they are four votes short of a veto override on the Senate side.

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