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Archive for April 12th, 2005

Therapy and Witchcraft

Posted by Mark on April 12, 2005

A story of the far Western Chicago suburbs. Sounds like she has a few more problems than just running a coven.

Here’s a little more on the story.

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The Case For A Creator

Posted by Mark on April 12, 2005

The most readable book on Intelligent Design out there.� Through a series of interviews with incredibly well credentialed scientists, Lee Strobel examines the claims of Evolution, and the mounting evidence from astronomy, physics, and biology of a Designer, who is still active today. Before you decide this can’t be true, and “everyone knows” evolutionary theory is true, ask yourself, “How do I know?” You may be surprised by the answer.

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One More on The Bolton Hearings

Posted by Mark on April 12, 2005

Rich Lowry puts the Bolton Hearings in proper perspective:

The outraged-at-Bolton caucus has a problem, which is that anything Bolton has said about the U.N. appears mild given recent U.N. malfeasance. He never said that U.N. peacekeepers would rape children in the Congo. He never said the U.N. would engage in insider dealing to rip off its own Oil-for-Food program in Iraq. He never said the U.N. would institute what appears to be a cover-up of its Oil-for-Food wrongdoing. But this all happened, which is why even Kofi Annan says the U.N. needs a thorough overhaul.

Democrats who oppose Bolton are in effect more deliriously pro-U.N. than even the secretary general. Bolton has always said that the U.N. needs strong U.S. leadership in order to work as an institution. This is Bolton’s key disagreement with those Democrats who are content to have the U.S. led by the nose by the lowest common denominator of recalcitrant foreign actors. This attitude is the international version of the old definition of a liberal as someone who won’t take his own side in a fight.

Any wonder that Democrats keep losing elections?

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Divorce and the Gay Marriage Debate

Posted by Mark on April 12, 2005

About the threat to marriage from divorce: Dennis Prager, in his logical, calm style, puts the argument in its place. Read the whole thing.

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Heard much from Iraq Lately?

Posted by Mark on April 12, 2005

Have you noticed the news from Iraq is not the lead story anymore? David Limbaugh gives some compelling reasons why not.

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Democrat Lies Part I: More Judicial Approvals Under Bush Than Clinton

Posted by Mark on April 12, 2005

The big battle of the next 2 years will be judicial nominations. The festivities over the prospective ambassador to the UN was just a warm up act.

One of the big lies of the Left is that Bush has had more Judicial Nominations approved than Clinton, or at least just as many. Scroll through this chart to see if that’s correct. The Left must be using the same statistician that told us that the Schiavo case had been heard by 19 separate judges…

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Therapy and Witchcraft

Posted by Mark on April 12, 2005

A story of the far Western Chicago suburbs. Sounds like she has a few more problems than just running a coven.

Here’s a little more on the story.

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Hypocrisy on Parade

Posted by Mark on April 12, 2005

Interesting who tends to bring up sexual orientation these days…

Former President Bill Clinton wasn’t about to let just anybody attack his wife – especially a gay Republican operative.

Clinton fired back yesterday, suggesting that political consultant Arthur Finkelstein, who has launched a “Stop Her Now” campaign, is suffering from “self-loathing.”

Let a conservative talk about gay “self-loathing” and see what a firestorm develops….

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A good question…

Posted by zaphriel on April 12, 2005

A Commentor asked…
If you wouldn’t mind, could you email me and let me know what led you to go Conservative? I would like to know. I promise no nasty rebukes, just a curiosity. Cheers!

Zaphriel replied…
Dear Commentor,
That very question is the entire premise of my Blog, keep reading, and all will be told. I started this Blog because what I have to say and what I am feeling is too complex to convey in a single e-mail or comment. The process of “going conservative” took several years and intensifies, as I grow older and closer to my god and myself. I have not abandoned my life values, but I do occasionally re-evaluate them. What I have found over the last several years is not so much that I became conservative, but that the liberal side has moved so far left that they are almost becoming communistic, and thus have moved away from me.

I always welcome open discussion and intelligent conversation rather than gut-reactionary verbal assaults. The key to democracy is intelligent exchange and openmindedness.

Please comment to my posts, I want to know what you think.

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Hypocrisy on Parade

Posted by Mark on April 12, 2005

Interesting who tends to bring up sexual orientation these days…

Former President Bill Clinton wasn’t about to let just anybody attack his wife – especially a gay Republican operative.

Clinton fired back yesterday, suggesting that political consultant Arthur Finkelstein, who has launched a “Stop Her Now” campaign, is suffering from “self-loathing.”

Let a conservative talk about gay “self-loathing” and see what a firestorm develops….

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