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Would You Like to Live in North Korea?

I often hear New Atheist leaders like Sam Harris argue that a society governed purely by science and has banned religion would produce a better culture. 40 more words


The Catholic Church and Ideological Purity

Back in 2010, I was a student at Creighton University, a Jesuit college in Omaha, Nebraska. I was a sophomore and was just starting to take classes that didn’t have 101 in them. 881 more words


What Happened To The “Spirit of Comradeship?”

Then General of the Army (Five Star) Dwight D. Eisenhower, Supreme Commander of Allied Forces in Europe, expressed some lofty goals immediately after the Allied Victory in World War II that served us quite well, for a time. 599 more words

Clark County Issues

Realistic Presuppositions

In following up on my last post, I’d like to go in a little bit different direction with this one. My previous attempt in writing was to ask why we don’t ask more questions. 858 more words

Bread And Circuses


soviet factories produced plenty of attire
to be worn by the whole planet but in fact
even their own population had to wear hungarian sneakers… 53 more words


Michael Voris and The Totalitarian Mindset

The whole of Europe used to be entirely dependent on the rule of monarchs who tended to abuse their power. Thanks to Martin Luther and the Protestant Revolution – the shackles of medieval despotism were being to be broken, as people could read the Bible freely and learn about the world without fear of persecution. 1,113 more words


Florida Eighth Grader Charged With Felony For School Prank

We have yet another arrest in a school for an act that would have previously resulted in a reprimand and a parent visit with the principal — or at worst a suspension. 329 more words


Paladin Justice reblogged this on saboteur365 and commented:

This reblog is about a 14-year-old youngster who pulled a practical joke on a teacher and is being tried as an adult for his crime. Common sense has left the legal system, which no longer serves the people, but serves to enrich lawyers and judges. It's too bad that the sheeple are willing to see a young fellow like the one in this story sacrificed to the economic interests of tyrants. It is said that everyone commits three felonies a day. That's probably an exaggeration, but the truth of the matter is that each of us could be hauled into court on trumped up charges at any time. Beware prosecutions of victimless crimes.