Post Tagged with: "Trevor Thomas"

November 22, 2011 14:22

Obama: The Occupier in Chief

Obama was a professional “community organizer,” so it is little surprise that he identifies with the Occupy mobs. (Obama, himself. declared that he is “on their side.”) Thus, it is also little surprise that the disorganization, incoherence, and general immaturity that mars the Occupy movement also aptly describes the Obama administration.

October 31, 2011 05:48

The Science vs. Religion Myth

[T]here is no battle between science and religion. The only competition that exists when it comes to our pursuit of knowledge and truth lies in our worldviews.

October 14, 2011 04:35

TEA Party vs. Occupy Wall Street

[M]ost ironic, and moronic, thing about the Occupy movement is that the vast majority of those involved seek to place more power in the hands of those who were most instrumental in our economic collapse: the federal government.

August 1, 2011 04:00

More Consequences of Redefining Marriage

The problem with the “states’ rights” approach is that doesn’t prevent the federal government, especially via the courts, from stepping in, as it has before, when it deems states to be “discriminating” against its own citizens.

July 19, 2011 06:41

“Every Form of Refuge Has Its Price”

To roll things back will not be painless; however, as President Grover Cleveland (a democrat) noted, “It is the responsibility of citizens to support their government. It is not the responsibility of government to support its citizens.”

June 21, 2011 06:19

War on the Family Rages On

President Reagan summed it up well when he noted, “The family has always been the cornerstone of American society…in the family we learn our first lessons of God and man, love and discipline, rights and responsibilities…the strength of our families is vital to the strength of our nation.”

February 14, 2011 14:15

The Will to Love

Today is Valentine’s Day, and thus “I will show you the most excellent way.”

January 12, 2011 14:40

Jared Loughner: A Product of Progressive Values

I submit to you that the evil deeds of Mr. Loughner are much more a product of progressive values and influences than conservative ones.