Monthly Archives: June 2015

Words and Idiocy

The Supreme Court made two momentous rulings this week. First, they said that a prohibition against Health Care Subsidies written in five separate places in the ObamaCare law actually means subsidies are mandates. They changed the meaning of the word … Continue reading

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The Kingdom of America

ObamaCare wins another. SCOTUS upholds subsidy program in spite of language in the actual law that makes them illegal. We have passed into Rule by Fiat, inevitable once the Constitution was ignored by the current Nobility. Monarchy is only a … Continue reading

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Response to “The Black Dilemma”, a Racist Tract on Facebook

“The Black Dilemma” is the title of a racist tract currently circulating on Facebook. It claims to come from the Baltimore Sun, but my research has found it actually comes from a White Racist blog called “American Renaissance”. I will … Continue reading

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The Woman Taken in Adultery: a modern lesson

My fellow Christians, in His day our Savior spoke in parables to confound the masses and to uplift the Chosen. As we enter a new age of persecution we must follow His example in our speech most carefully. I just … Continue reading

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Duplicity and the $15 Minimum Wage

Seatac, WA, went to $15/hr without any steps. Much has been made of the fact that the number of McDonalds franchises “in the region” is increasing with at least 5 new restaurants under construction. Much has been made of the … Continue reading

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