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If You Refuse to Acknowledge Evil, You Don't Believe God

And he said, “Go, and say to this people: “‘Keep on hearing, but do not understand; keep on seeing, but do not perceive.’ Make the heart of this people dull, and their ears heavy, and blind their eyes; lest they see with their eyes, and hear with their ears, and understand with their hearts, and turn and be healed.” (Isaiah 6:9-10) 997 more words

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California: Intentionally Infecting Others with HIV No Longer a Felony

California continues its quest to be the craziest state in the union. The ACLU cosponsored this bill and described it as “modernizing” California HIV laws. In their report, the ACLU said that the law criminalizing the exposure of others to the HIV virus was passed in the 1980s and was “based on fear and the limited medical understanding of the time.” LGBT activists also praised the new law, alleging that the former legislation unfairly disfavored specific groups (people of color and transgender women). 945 more words

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Google as the Sole Arbiter of What You Should Find When You Go Looking

James Damore, like so many of us, wasn’t thinking the way that Google thought he should be thinking. And so it dealt with the problem by getting rid of him. 1,429 more words

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Climate Change: A "genteel rest home for exhausted liberals"

Thanks, Leo, for educating us bumpkins. It’s helpful when Hollywood celebrities, experts in all the important stuff, lecture us on whether we want to protect our children.  3,527 more words

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Paris Releases Muslim "No-Go Zone" App

Designers of the app say it can be used to “report, locate and avoid hazardous locations around you and elsewhere”, and has already gained positive review ratings.  335 more words

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DAVID SLAYS AN FBAR GOLIATH: PRO SE TAXPAYER WINS MOTION TO DISMISS DOJ’S COMPLAINT by Evan J. Davis

A dual-national (U.S. and Canadian) citizen who lives in Canada found a warm reception in federal district court in Seattle, in the person of Judge James Robart. 1,015 more words