This blows me away.
Type: Posts; User: ernie
This blows me away.
Maybe you should move to New York. http://www.nytimes.com/2012/12/17/opinion/the-public-square.html?_r=0
Sorry, my friend, but I am not going to be indifferent to violence, whether it is in the Bible, in sport, in jails, in schools, in non-fiction books, in magazines, in games, in offices, on...
Our problems will never be solved as long as we keep looking for bad guys to blame.
- Alexander Solzhenitsyn
Or, see the attached.
The question, for me, is not what anybody else should...
There is violence in the Batman movies. Just look at this trailer. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g8evyE9TuYk
And I am going to make noise about this country's culture of violence, even if it...
I must admit that, until I read "I am Adam Lanzas's mother"...
I am going to say this once, and only once, because I do not want to hijack this thread. But it must be pointed out that Christianity is all about our interdependence and interconnectedness. Like...
Is it a matter of either/or? Can't we talk about both mental illness and gun control? And can't we also talk about the culture of violence in this country as it is promoted in movies and electronic...
I wonder if crazy, evil people are really the problem. For example, one facet of the problem is the lack of reasonable gun control. Most Americans support reasonable gun control, but politicians...
"The contemplative need go no further than his own heart to find the source of all violence in the world." - a Benedictine monk
An abbot, in fact.
From the FOX op-ed:
I did not know that his father was Eldridge Cleaver. Interesting.
More at FactCheck.org
He didn't say anything about the gold standard. He said:
That may or may not include using a gold standard.
BTW: I really liked this article. It is the kind of thoughtful conservatism...
Another eight to ten trillion.
Actually, this is a challenging question. There are elements of libertarianism and even anarchism, as in "no government regulation of firearms" and "government is the problem, not the solution," but...
Or the USSR.
Or Mao's China.
Or North Korea.
None of it is an issue for "homeland security." Saying it is a "homeland security" problem is a way of saying it is an "us vs. them" problem. As if all we have to do is find the bad guys and either...
https://encrypted-tbn3.google.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcQ7_dkIGygGLc2cOWKND6UrDxMfkOQ49Hn8YTub5SHtPlpH82MPhA Take action