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The World Vision - Gay Fiasco

For anyone who reads much news – and if you read this blog, I kinda assume you do because this blog is really scraping the bottom of the barrel – you probably remember that, in late March, the Christian charity “World Vision” – US branch – decided that it would lift the ban on hiring homosexual staffers, especially married ones. 71 more words


Republicans and Conservatives Aren't Waging a War on Women, Except When They Are

On March 25, 2014, Walter Williams devoted his WND column to “The Left’s Bizarre Arguments.” He began with this reductio ad absurdum fallacy:

Some statements and arguments are so asinine, you’d have to be an academic or a leftist to take them seriously.

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Let 'em Argue Over This

On March 23, 2014, WND posted a story via the Anchorage Daily News entitled, “Scholar: Get Back to Sabbath Observance.” The sub-title clarifies what the point is, without me needing to quote further: “The 24/7 mentality is ruining our inner health.” 115 more words


Higher Double Standards

I hate being a member of a minority group. I’m a member of many minority groups — pretty much all of them except being a white male. 294 more words


WND Commenters Clueless About Atheism, Separation of Church and State

That subject line is a bit redundant, I know. But, such is the story from March 20, “Atheist Group Demands Guv Delete Bible Tweet.” All you really need to know is that the Governor of Wisconsin, Scott Walker, from his official government Twitter account, tweeted “Philippians 4:13″ which says something in some translations along the lines of “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.” 190 more words


50 People in the Bible Were Real ... Therefore, God?

The story is from March 16, 2014, and it comes originally from Biblical Archaeology Review: “50 People in the Bible Confirmed Archaeologically.” Implications are obvious. 26 more words


Creationists, Including Joseph Farah, Don't Like the Cosmos Reboot

Surprise surprise, I know. You’re shock-ed (pronounced “SHOCK-ed” — two syllables). Joseph Farah published a column on March 13, 2014, that had a rant underneath a… 655 more words