Thursday, November 25, 2004

Intolerance revisited. . .

Mary Katherine Ham sheds yet another new light on what I've been thinking for quite a while. Conversations I had with a liberal friend during the recently completed election cycle gave me empirical evidence that our friends on the left are not immune to intolerant attitudes, themselves.

Monday, November 22, 2004

Intolerance. . .

This is an interesting view of our liberal friends, and what real intolerance is. Intolerance is often used in reference to Christians, but not often used where it should be used most often.

Sunday, November 14, 2004

Saturday, November 13, 2004

Good for the Goose, but. . .

This is another stirling thought from Michelle Malkin. The dems are panting over Obama, while minority Republicans remain largely invisible to the msm.

The True Nature of "The Great Divide"

"liberals cannot conceive of morals in the sense conservatives do, because this would require acknowledging a God who has set standards for thought and behavior, and then striving to meet those standards (which, of course, we can't, thus our need for a Savior). The god of the liberals is the state, which is why they must see morals in terms of how the state or the workplace treats the person, while allowing the next generation of workers to be aborted away."

David Limbaugh offers some insight concerning the reasons for the apparent great division in the American electorate. The liberals just don't get it. As with most problems in this life, it begins with the assumptions. Even the hardest science starts with some assumption at its core. The liberal assumption precludes any ability to understand the world from a "red state point of view." Thus the liberal response to the election is not "Could we be wrong?" but rather, "How could THEY be so stupid?"

Saturday, November 06, 2004

Stem cells without killing embryos. . .

This article cites the possibility of using stem cells from adult fat tissue, while others have used stem cells from bone marrow. There are many clinical trials under way, using adult stem cells for various therapies.

These experiments are important and should be publicized as much as possible. There may well be alternatives to killing embryos for stem cell research.

Monday, November 01, 2004

Character. . .

Read this and then try to convince yourself Kerry is the man you really want in the White House.