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  1. ElRay commented on Gary Varvel 2 months ago

    Free speech doesn’t shield you from the results of your speech, nor does it prevent people from correcting you when you spew nonsense.

  2. ElRay commented on Signe Wilkinson 2 months ago

    1) The majority of these private schools are religious, which is a 1st Amendment Violation
    2) If you loon at the long-term results of many of these so-called-better religious schools, the performance gap disappears, and in many cases drops when it comes to standardized exams.
    3) Private schools have built-in filters: parents that don’t see the value in education don’t spend the money on their kids, the schools can pick&chose who attends, etc.

  3. ElRay commented on Close to Home 4 months ago

    Remember, Creationists say Noah only took animals of each KIND. Therefore, if he took two of any kind of insect (even the four legged ones mentioned in Leviticus 11:20), then The Evolution, which doesn’t exists, would have lead to all of the other insects re-Evolving. Now we just need to figure out why Leviticus’ four legged insects never re-Evolved.

  4. ElRay commented on Phil Hands 8 months 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.

  5. ElRay commented on Phil Hands 8 months ago

    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.

  6. ElRay commented on Mike Luckovich 10 months 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.

  7. ElRay commented on Rob Rogers 10 months ago

    @rpmurray: Please don’t dilute valid scientific data and analysis with non-scientific media sensationalism that hasn’t (yet) come true.

  8. ElRay commented on Chip Bok about 1 year 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.

  9. ElRay commented on Eek! over 1 year 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.

  10. ElRay commented on Nick Anderson over 1 year 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.