Day: May 31, 2013

When police violate our rights…

…do they become the enemy? In Medford, Oregon recently, police arrested a man and confiscated his weapon for firing a warning shot to stop violent felon (wanted by the law) who was breaking into his home. No one, including the criminal, was hit by a bullet. Read on….

You Think?

One satisfied customer am I.  The peanuts I bought today…have peanuts in them.  So any of you peanut allergy people who were thinking you might find some peanuts without peanuts in them.  These are not the peanut-less-peanuts you are looking for.

UK Citizens Overwhelmingly Want A Repeal Of Handgun Ban

“We don’t let them have ideas. Why would we let them have guns?”   —Joseph Stalin UK Mail Online’s James Slack reported on the soaring gun violence sweeping the country.  Slack wrote in his article entitled, “Culture of violence: Gun crime goes up by 89% in a decade,” “Gun crime has almost doubled since Labour came …

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Not So Easy

Staples, the Office Supply chain, has denied a local gun store its application to participate in a contest for small businesses.  Yes, I know.  A Town of about 9 square miles with the population of Merrimack New Hampshire (Fremont Nebraska), happens to have (a least one) gun store in it run by two Army veterans; …

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Tolerance?

“Tolerance is the virtue of the man without convictions.”   —Gilbert K. Chesterton

Speaking of Moral Ambiguity – yes, there is a War on Religion if it is not Secular Humanism

Adding on from “Moral Ambiguous” is this snippet from Imprimis (emphasis mine, I urge you to go read the whole thing – GRTWT) explains it well: The idea seems to be that moral views historically supported by religion—which of course means all moral views other than modern secular ones—are constitutionally suspect. Even as our Constitution …

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“Morally Ambiguous” – And Secularists everywhere go “Amen!”

That used to be “Morally Straight” – kinda hard to be (or teach) as our society becomes more and more Secular – which is already leading to “situation ethics” or “relative morality”.  This will result in a time there will be no absolute right and wrong – so how to hold people accountable for something …

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