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Monday, July 02, 2007

I TRUST Duncan Hunter

I trust Duncan Hunter on Immigration.

I trust Duncan Hunter on Trade.

I trust Duncan Hunter on the Fair Tax.

I trust Duncan Hunter on Iran and Iraq.

I trust Duncan Hunter on traditional values like life, marriage, property rights, parental rights, and educational choice.

I can't trust the other candidates, but Duncan Hunter is clear, articulate, confidence inspiring, and a great American. I trust Duncan Hunter and support him in this Presidential campaign.

Sunday, July 01, 2007

Engage, Condemn, or Combat

I've stopped blogging here long enough to ensure that every consistent reader has seen my endorsement for the Republican Presidential Primaries.

After this absence, I've returned with more ideas than ever on how to improve America. The first idea is to publicize stupidity--actually, the stupidest statement I've ever read. In Friday's Washington Times:
A former Costa Rican ambassador is trying to make Congress understand that the United States has an obligation to help improve the lives of millions in Latin America... (James Morrison).
If accurate, this ambassador is stupid. Not the polite 'laugh when he leaves the room' stupid--outright, blatantly, ridiculously stupid. Why? First, how can he expect America to solve Latin America's problems when it can even solve its own? The only offices of American government that work are the IRS (barely) and the military. Second, when did the world become our responsibility? An obligation for millions of Latin Americans? Come on.

Now either Mr. Morrison recognizes this stupidity and wants to expose it, or he has been brainwashed by the "America is the problem; socialism is the solution" crowd.

Here's another stupid bureaucrat (also from the Washington Times):
Newark's [New Jersey] school district said Monday it regretted ordering a picture of a male student kissing his boyfriend blacked out from all copies of a high school yearbook and apologized to the student.
Sexual practices, not to mention deviant ones, should not be given a platform in high school yearbooks! Why in the heck was there an apology?!!?!? Here's my response were I school administrator: Yes, I ordered the blackout and I'm going to continue to order the blackout of every sexual practice from the school yearbook. Children having sex is a bad thing for America.

I was the victim of another stupid-American moment this week when Paris Hilton was exposed ad naseum this week. I just don't care about her.

Here's the point: Quality leadership is needed now more than ever in America. We need intelligent politicians, quality journalists, and smart parents who have the courage to the protect their children. There are so many messages being thrown out, that the mind needs help from the Lord in discerning what to engage, condemn, and what to combat. How can social conservative bloggers work together on this?

Tuesday, May 29, 2007

Oh my! Hillary's a Communist

The Democratic senator said what the Bush administration touts as an "ownership society" really is an "on your own" society that has widened the gap between rich and poor.

"I prefer a 'we're all in it together' society," she said....It can promote the great American tradition of opportunity for all and special privileges for none."

Except her. Read more here.

Sunday, May 27, 2007

Creationists Battle Back

Fighting against Government and secular humanist indoctrination, Answers in Genesis has finally opened their Creation history museum. Several years ago, I was privileged to give about $25 (I think) to this effort.

Finally, there is an established presence to fight back against the years of fear, intolerance, abridgment of academic freedom, preference to communistic indoctrination, limiting free speech, the lack of understanding the difference between endorsement and recognition, the hatred of any authority that questions naturalistic secular-humanism, and the utter hatred to all things that smells faith-based--whether it is or not--associated with Intelligent Design. I celebrate this momentous event in the history of Christianity.

Evolution has more than one unanswered fault. Seven of the 10 Candidates for the Republican nomination are too weak minded to resist the indoctrination they've been served for their entire life--I don't blame them too much, but nevertheless, it exposes huge personal faults.

How can I be so confident? See, to be a good evolutionist, you must believe that randomness produces thought, that chaos produces information, unconsciousness produces consciousness, and non-reason produces reason. Listen to what they say,
"No one, certainly not the Darwinian as such, seems to have any answer to [why...a bunch of atoms have thinking ability]....The point is that there is no scientific answer." --Dawinist philosopher Michael Ruse.
To suggest that consciousness is a product of matter and neural networks contradicts that scientific discoveries of the father of modern neurosurgery, Wilder Penfield who said, "a non-physical reality interacted with the brain". Penfield's findings were later confirmed and built upon by Roger Sperry and Laurence Wood.

Complete naturalism also rejects the findings of Nobel Prize winner Sir Charles Sherrington and neurophysiologist John Eccles who both spoke of the distinction between the natural and consciousness. Perhaps secular naturalists could explain how a 2001 study of clinically brain-dead people were found to have manifested evidence of consciousness (2001, Resiscitation).

There are no laws of nature that govern consciousness; there is no atom in the body that when removed separates a person from their consciousness. According to their own experts (also Geoffrey Medell and Colin McGinn for example) evolution can not account for consciousness. They can't answer this question, "How...do you get something totally different--conscious, living, thinking, feeling, believing creatures--from materials that don't have that" (I forget where that quote came from).

They've tried and failed to theorize about the relationship of matter and soul; creating mental potentials, panpsychism, proto-mental states. All of these lead to faith (in something) and are quickly rejected.

Evolution simply can't explain human consciousness. Beautifully, it makes complete sense in a Christian worldview. Humans were made in the image of a thinking, fully conscious God. He created us different from animals and more than matter. He imbued the gifts of thought, free-will, and creativity into humanity. Consciousness shows that we are more than just a collection of atoms.

HT: The proudly evolutionistic Boing, Boing.

Tuesday, May 22, 2007

Harnassing America's Conservative Ideas

Representative Eric Cantor wants to harness the power America's true conservatives--not the blowhards in Congress--YOU. The Solution Factory is set up to allow you to post new ideas and rate existing ones that address problems influencing Americans.

The idea is not novel. Florida used a similar forum, 100 ideas, to establish their legislative agenda. As of today, their lawmakers have passed 40 of the top 100 ideas proposed by the people.

This idea makes sense if you believe that the power to address the people's problems begins with the people--not government. I predict this will be the best thing to occur in the Republican part since Ronald Reagan.

Under New Management but the Corruption Continues

...on both sides of the aisle.

John Murtha violated the Congress's ethics rules when he threatened a colleague saying, "you will not get any earmarks now and forever." What would cause such a distinguished member of Congress to threaten a colleague? The Representative of the Michigan people moved to strike a $23,000,000 Murtha special project.

John Murtha refused to disagree with the claim. The vote to do nothing passed mostly along party lines. Didn't democrat promise to condemn corruption?

On another issue, Republican leader Ken Calvert has not been demoted from one of the most powerful positions in the Congress; the republican leadership is lining up alongside of him.

While democrats lack integrity enough to keep their own ethical rules, republicans lack common sense and promote a law breaking sicko. What in the heck in going on in DC!?!!?

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