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commented on Phil Hands
18 days ago
I’m sorry, there is no intelligent life on other planets. There’s no mention of it in the Bible. Just like there’s no mention of computers, airplanes, tips to the Moon, slavery being forbidden, eating shellfish being allowed, etc.
That’s a great MARKLAR. I hope that the MARKLAR will be able to MARKLAR so they could MARKLAR to the MARKLAR. All tax deductible, or course.
commented on Mike Luckovich
about 1 month ago
This is nothing more than a pathetic attempt to make the GOP look bad. Just like The Dems pointing out that the GOP blocked budget negotiations 19 times over the past six months and forced the shutdown as a political stunt.
commented on Rob Rogers
about 1 month ago
@rpmurray: Please don’t dilute valid scientific data and analysis with non-scientific media sensationalism that hasn’t (yet) come true.
commented on Chip Bok
7 months ago
Look at the percentages, it’s really a non-issue. Also, many of the groups investigated were very public about violating tax laws. The ones the IRS really needs to go after are the churches that flagrantly violated their requirement to not endorse any political candidates.
commented on Eek!
8 months ago
Considering they are talking about the end of the dinosaurs, there were flying reptiles and early birds around at that time. The world wasn’t dinosaurs-only, but the other species often get over looked. Apologies if you intended a piece of sardonic humor.
commented on Nick Anderson
9 months ago
@ansonia@SpicyNacho“Life begins at conception” makes as much sense as “Your home is complete as soon as the blueprints are assembled.” and yes, a developing potential child crosses a point where it can live outside the womb before it’s actually born, but the points in between fall into the “is it warm dough transition or under-cooked bread” realm. In this arena, we need a legal definition of “brain alive” — the equivalent to “brain dead”, but at the other end of your lifespan. Anything else is a mater of faith, which has NO PLACE in government.
Likewise, the legal construct of marriage (right to make health decisions, tax penalties, rights of survivorship, etc.) has no bearing on the religious aspect of marriage and you’re free to attach what ever mythology you want to YOUR legal marriage, just hands off everybody else’s.
The one thing that both of these have in common, is that the only affect of the legal definitions have on the religious is that the are no longer able to force their mythology on other people.
commented on Chuck Asay
about 1 year ago
I don’t know if I just missed a brilliant piece of facetiousness, or read a rant by somebody so clueless that they interpreted that Abstract to say anything anywhere near close to what they’re ranting about.
commented on Dilbert Classics
over 1 year ago
Google “legal scrabble word no vowels”, first link:
Scrabble Words – No Vowels, No Y
Scrabble Words – No Vowels, Using Y
commented on Pat Oliphant
almost 3 years ago
There isn’t. In fact, the evidence points to him being a far-left, anti-semetic nut disillusioned with the government and not a religious-right, small government except where I need it big to shove my religion down everybody’s throat, nut.
It’s funny how politics is switching. It used to be that you could count on Democrats to protect your 1st & 4th Amendment rights and pull the “reality doesn’t matter as long as I say it enough” card. While Republicans were for non-invasive government and tended to be grounded in reality & facts. Now the Democrats want to suppress speech they don’t like and violate everybody’s 4th Amendment rights in the name of “security”, while Republicans have degraded into reality-be-damned rhetoric and government mandated morality and are becoming 4th Amendment champions.
What’s the next step? Democrats & Republicans returning to their pre-Civil War/pre-Civil Rights roots where Democrats were pro-Slavery, pro-Jim Crow laws and Republicans were the proponents of “equal protection”?
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