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A Tribute to Coach Dennis Tuomi

There were two things that Coach imparted both as a coach and as a teacher. Both have been emblazoned in my mind: “Do not worry about the things you can’t control.” “If you think you can, or you think you can’t, you’re right.”

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The Death of the Republic and Gay Marriage

How did we go from an overwhelming majority of Americans rejecting gay ‘marriage’ to seeming acceptance almost literally overnight, if not for the presence of powerful social engineers and manipulators?

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Padding and Borders in WordPress 3.9 Removed–RIDICULOUS

I don’t normally descend into complaints about tiny things that bother me, but every now and then things get under my skin and I just need to vent.  In this case, the most appropriate places for my venting were shut down, cold. If you are reading this, then you probably know that WordPress has decided […]

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Elliot Rodger–Would-be Modern Eugenicist

This excerpt from Elliot Rodger’s ‘manifesto’ is the product of a hyper-sexualized society that emphasizes ‘fairness’ and elevates the elimination of suffering as the highest moral good; his eugenic conclusions seem to follow logically.

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What World War Two Online Can Teach Us About God, the Universe, and Ourselves

The gamers of World War Two Online can ‘unsub.’ The programmers can ‘tweak’ the physics of the game to try to address the myriad of mostly contradictory demands that their paying game base demand; but there is always a cost to these changes. There is a diminishing of the ‘joy’ of participating in the universe as more ad hoc changes are programmed in. The programmers have to make accommodations, or else they risk going hungry, or worse! their universe ceasing to exist altogether. That is the price of intransigent threats of withdrawing from the game. But God cannot be held hostage in this way.

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It’s time for Marriage Equality! Support this man’s desire to marry his computer

Have you heard about this case where a man has been filing petition after petition demanding the right to marry his computer? The article cites other precedents, such as people being able to marry dolphins and cardboard cutouts of themselves.   On this blog, I gave the example of the person who married a pillow–although I […]

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China is beating us at our own game; abortion is a population control measure, no more, no less

China is merely “beating us at our own game.” It was the US that first conceived of the ‘one child’ policy.

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The Ovens of our Era: More than One Way to Host a Holocaust

Today’s headline on the Drudge Report did not surprise me in the slightest: ABORTED BABIES INCINERATED TO HEAT HOSPITALS The article linked to is this one in the Telegraph: Aborted babies incinerated to heat UK hospitals: The remains of more than 15,000 babies were incinerated as ‘clinical waste’ by hospitals in Britain with some used […]

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What the Ukraine Can Teach us About the Future of America

I have noticed an increase in massive marches and demonstrations in the United States over the last ten years. Some see this as a healthy by-product of democracy. I think it is the opposite. I think it is an indicator that democracy is in some stage of collapse. Certainly, any legitimate democracy should grant a free right to assemble, but that the people feel they have to assemble in the first place in order for anything to get done means that there is the stench of something very rotten in Denmark. It isn’t easy to put one’s finger on what it is–but that’s precisely part of the problem. If you want to get a feel for how the Republic is really doing these days, don’t look to that meaningless ‘State of the Union’ speech given by the president each year. Look to the streets and see how many, and how often, the people are coursing through them.

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A concise summary of why progressivism is dangerous, by Alec Baldwin

Was reading Alec Baldwin’s “goodbye” this morning and saw this comment: As progressive as I’ve been in my politics, there are other things I don’t think of as liberal or progressive, just common sense. This statement concisely summarizes why progressivism, and progressives, are dangerous.  They do not view a large number of their viewpoints, up […]

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Thank a Rich Person this Tax Season — A Call to Abolish Taxes and Enact a Balanced Budget Amendment

I would just like to take this moment to thank the rich people of America for their generous subsidizing the lion’s share of America’s taxes. This year, for example, I am especially grateful for the child tax credit. Thanks!
—- Dear NSA and IRS agents, I know you’re reading this, but please…

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It is Important that You Die Where You Stand (Or Else You are Selfish!)

I read an article today that pointed out (what seems a bit obvious) that in case of a nuclear blast, you might be better off dispensing with the ‘official’ advice, which is: The official U.S. government advice is to “take shelter in the nearest and most protective building.” The nearest and most protective building might […]

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Protected: This post is private and you can’t see it — How does that make you feel! LOL

There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.

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Rush Limbaugh, Jonathan Gruber, Eugenics, and Obamacare

Limbaugh and others are correct in detecting the eugenics thinking behind this comment but do not go far enough in their explanation. The problem is that a moment’s thought, especially amongst those with only a passing knowledge of the phrase ‘eugenics’, would recall that early 20th century eugenics had essentially embraced Darwin’s formula, “Survival of the fittest.” Given that evolution, as expressed in this maxim, was a raw scientific fact, early eugenicists saw the genetically inferior as a burden on society that needed to be eliminated. So how was Gruber being like a eugenicist if he was targeting the genetically fit?

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