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When Racist Agendas Pollute Politics

By Lumiere, published on Jul 10, 2008

...concerns against the desire to prevent terrorist attacks.

Now let usreconsider the definition of terrorists. The text book definition of terrorist is; 1)A radical who employs terror as a political weapon; usually organizes with other terrorists in small cells; often uses religion as a cover for terrorist activities

2)A person who terrorizes or frightens others.

I'm not sure how you feel but Ifind itfrightening that a President of the United States and my Elected Represenatives would pass legislation to inject citizens with RIFD chips like... (more)

Tags: global warming, religion, terrorism, sex, china

Jackson Slams Obama On Tv

By D. E. Carson, published on Jul 10, 2008

... KKK A" or Michael Pflegler's "White people have raped people of color". Even Obama himself is guilty of showing two faces to the world. Remember his comments to a closed forum in San Francisco about Americans being bitter toward people who are not like them and clinging to their guns and their religion when things get tough?

Instead of embracing Jackson's apology, Obama needs to distance himself from Jackson and reject Jackson's support all together. But he cannot. Obama needs Jackson if he is to win the election in November. This also shows Obama's desire for political gain over... (more)

Tags: new york, san francisco, basketball, religion, obama

Memoirs Of A Soon To Be-ex-teacher

By Ladymaggic, published on Jun 17, 2008

...for their students, and starting with the parents for their children. Indulgence has replaced Love, and letting a child as young at two get away with being rude and demanding, is not tolerance, it is creating another monster for the schools to handle.

Maybe the answer also lies in Religion. The day we took away the allegiance to the Country and the Flag, and took God away from the Schools was the day that students without home rules and home respect, also lost the rules they had for their country and their Life. They don’t have Rules, and Human beings need rules to know when... (more)

Tags: religion, environment, education, sex

Is The Country Black Enough?

By Justin, published on Jun 9, 2008

...to get him elected.

As time goes on, we begin to lose faith in who we are, and what we are as a country. Founded on principals of freedom, only in the 21st centuary to get them raped from us, and from our countrymen. No matter your political party, no matter your race, no matter your religion, we must unite on a cold Tuesday in November, for this country, for the world.

No matter if you believe in the policies of John McCain, or Barack Obama, we must understand what is needed of this country in the forthcoming years. We must understand that we must use our given rights as... (more)

Tags: religion, obama

Why Must America Win?

By D. E. Carson, published on May 2, 2008

...of the presidents or their immediate predecessors.

Who were the attackers?

In every case, the attacks on the U.S. were carried out by Arab Muslims.

What is the Muslim population of the World?

25%, and growing faster than any other segment

Isn't the Muslim religion peaceful?

Hopefully, but that is really not material. There is no doubt that the predominately Christian population of Germany was peaceful, but under the dictatorial leadership of Hitler (who was also Christian) that made no difference. You either went along with Hitler’s ethnic... (more)

Tags: iraq, new york, france, religion, terrorism, police, iran, education, sex, bill clinton, china, germany, russia

Rockin' On The Santa Monica Pier For Earth Day

By Ricky Ricardo, published on Apr 22, 2008

...on the Santa Monica Pier. It was a visual representation of the current and future hardships caused by the impacts of climate change around the world. The multi-cultural participants in the walk dressed in matching white shirts to show that climate change does not discriminate based on race, religion, or economic status: it affects us all. Carrying water buckets brought from home, the participants walked for approximately 10 minutes. The actual distance was small, it represented the increasingly longer distances that women, men, and children living in developing countries travel each day... (more)

Tags: los angeles, new york, global warming, san francisco, miami, religion, california, hollywood, music, santa monica

Obama Alienates Middle Class

By D. E. Carson, published on Apr 13, 2008

...I’ll come after him.

But back to Obama. On April 6, Senator Obama stood before a crowd at a private fundraiser in San Francisco and made the following statement:

“[I]t’s not surprising, then, that [people living in areas hit by job losses] get bitter, they cling to guns or religion or antipathy to people who aren’t like them or anti-immigrant sentiment or anti-trade sentiment as a way to explain their frustrations.”

Obama was hoping that the little room in San Francisco was all the further that remark would go. But, on Friday, April 11, Obama found out what a... (more)

Tags: san francisco, religion, obama

What In God's Name Were You Thinking?

By nhemerson, published on Mar 31, 2008

I'd like to start this article out on a personal note to explain the wonders of faith and love. The therapeutic qualities that a hug has on us during our worst times. The inspiration that religion brings to millions of people all over the world. The profound insight that this planet's top spiritual advisors share with us day in and day out. I am a firm believer that love cures all. Well, except one thing...ACTUAL DISEASES.

In the small town of Weston, Wisconsin a community was recently shocked to find out about the death of a local, young girl, Madeline Neumann (Wausau Daily... (more)

Tags: religion, california, police

The Walking Wounded

By icanluvulongtime, published on Feb 28, 2008

...you are safe here. And BREATHE". We stood on a line on one side of the room, and there was another line across the room. If what was said applied to us, we were to cross over. Isabelle began. “Cross the line if you have ever been made fun of for what you believe. Your faith. Your religion. Your God. Cross the line”. Silently many, of us crossed the room. “Look around” she said. “Did you know that these people had suffered? That their strength and belief had made them a joke to others?” We looked around at girls in headscarves, boys with crosses... (more)

Tags: religion

The Feisty Piranhas: Father-son Rockers With A Bite

By dmysteryman, published on Feb 19, 2008

...Peart jealous — and the band’s original robotic-piranha-in-space logo, designed by clarinetist Jens Schnabel, 38 (not to mention the fact that the band employs a German-born clarinet player). Peter Alex, on the other hand, grew up listening to punk — Pennywise, NOFX, Bad Religion, etc. — the exact antithesis of everything his father’s favorite artists represent. By combining straightforward arrangements with instrumental virtuosity, however, the Piranhas have achieved a sound that is remarkably powerful: simple without being sloppy, big without being... (more)

Tags: religion, california, music

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