Category Archives: Religion

The Law vs. The Principle

All good men live by right principles. The law is merely a tool by which those principles are published to the world. The maxim “Ignorance is no excuse” is the mantra of the tyrant. The maxim “a nation of laws” … Continue reading

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Rational Men …

If we are not rational men then we are not men at all.

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Global Terrorism Database: Ingenious Warfare

[Ed. Note: Thank you all for the questions and debates that have led me to research this subject in detail. The challenge of accuracy is welcomed I endeavor to meet it head-on.]   Global Terrorism Database: Interim Report of my … Continue reading

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One Warrior’s Mind

I have been accused lately of “hate” when I post content referring to Mohammedism. This accusation used to bring me up short, not to stop saying the things I say, but to reconsider the things I say and the reasons … Continue reading

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Debating Defenders of Mohammedism

The Holocaust was NOT a Christian thing. That was run by Arian Ocultists (Aryanism). It was based loosely on the Aryan Heresy of the 3rd and 4th century AD. Definitely NOT Christian as they were excommunicated way back then. The … Continue reading

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Gay Marriage – Domination Politics

The question of homosexual marriage is far too nuanced for a simple FaceBook meme. Neither side fully understands the other. Indeed, it may be that there is no common ground between those who support and oppose the concept. I have … Continue reading

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An Abuse of Power: the Wedding Cake

The government has used its power of force to persecute a baker in Oregon. And once the legal system had judged the baker wrong, the state ordered the baker not to talk about the case even after all proceedings had … Continue reading

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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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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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