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News Item9/20/19 4:00 PM
Neil | Tucson  Find all comments by Neil
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Douglas Fir wrote:
Radical seems to be the hot button word today. If you want to sell the same-old same-old, just say it's radical.
"Radical" could mean merely "thoroughgoing," but I grant that's a minority sense.

News Item9/20/19 11:42 AM
Neil | Tucson  Find all comments by Neil
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Herbal Mama wrote:
Neil, eugenics?!
Try this for starters:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eugenics_in_the_United_States

Shockingly, even W. E. B. DuBois, an early black civil-rights activist, supported it (though without the racism). America helped popularize this nonsense in Germany.

Now the Bible is discriminatory, but in the spiritual sphere, not physical: 2 Cor. 6.


News Item9/19/19 7:42 PM
Neil | Tucson  Find all comments by Neil
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Jim Lincoln wrote:
"(US) A poorly-educated white person or, collectively, white people of low social status."--- Wiktionary
I have little problem and neither do most people with describing neo-nazis as white trash.
Wiki labels this "idiomatic, derogatory, ethnic slur", which you conveniently omitted. And how do you know such folks are neo-Nazis? Actually this is a gross misrepresentation, for contrary to what opponents may think, education/social standing has nothing to do with Nazi affinities; many leading Nazis were university-educated (e.g. Dr. Franz Six), especially telling since in Germany, graduate degrees have been a tougher go than in America.

You're playing the "Guilt By Association" game. Sure, many poor Southerners were racists, but so were Northern Progressives and urban minorities. The more you try to justify yourself, the worse you look.


News Item9/19/19 3:20 PM
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Pff wrote:
... you pathetic turn the other cheek, resist not evil, sickening pacifist Christians...
Warmongers often fail to think through the consequences of their beliefs. Would you prefer a shooting war in which we kill more of their people to punish them for killing their people? What if their soldiers were unwilling draftees (slaves)?

News Item9/19/19 2:49 PM
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Herbal Mama wrote:
Another concept of marriage no one bothers to ask is whether or not a certificate from the government is in their jurisdiction. Now since it's the law of the land it would be eh
I think this originated with the early 20th-century eugenics movement, preventing genetic "misfits" and incompatible blood-types from marrying (which is subverted by widespread promiscuity anyway).

I think Family Court civil cases are as much involvement as gov't needs to have.


News Item9/19/19 10:47 AM
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And no one bothers to ask whether weddings are even part of the Biblical church's duties. This is a Catholic sacramental leftover which is no more legitimate before God than one before a Justice of the Peace or bureaucrat (as in France).

All the Bible requires is that both parties be believers. Officiating pastors are optional. And most cultures understand that having relatives present from both families is prudent, to hold the couple accountable, like the signing of any contract.


News Item9/18/19 9:59 PM
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Jim Lincoln wrote:
The very first paragraph is the most important one in the article
The URL you posted wasn't written by Peter Wehner, but Mother Jones veteran Adam Serwer. Please take the trouble to be consistent.

I don't know how a Christian could call another human being "trash."


News Item9/18/19 3:27 PM
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American churches have simply ignored the Commandments, which amounts to the same thing. Few are serious about teaching them, let alone practicing them. Results are obvious.

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Douglas Fir wrote:
To me, that is a big surprise, since 'they all look the same to me'
Novelist Kevin Kwan has observed that status-conscious Chinese are adept at pigeonholing within their cultural sphere. American-born Chinese ("ABCs") rank below, say, Singapore and Hong Kong Chinese, but Mainlanders rank even lower.

This matters to "Tiger Moms" on the lookout for marital prospects for their children.


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Douglas Fir wrote:
...are there so many Christians in Hong Kong?
Wiki says 12% [nominally of course].

Sad thing about Hong Kong is, its evangelization was made possible mostly because it was stolen from Qing China via an unequal treaty after they lost the Opium War with the Brits. That the British ruled it well doesn't excuse the injustice.

This is one reason the Communists got a lot of mileage from claims of "Western Imperialism." They had more than a grain of truth.


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I don't think CA Democrats consider the poverty rate a problem, for dependent poor people are precisely whom these Progressives want as constituents. They will never oppose gov't handouts, regardless of how destructive they are. The greater the poverty, the greater the Democrat stranglehold on state politics.

This is what results from allowing people on welfare to vote. Note that Sanders wants to extend suffrage rights to convicts!

CA has been a reliable harbinger of what will happen to the country as a whole.


News Item9/12/19 1:57 PM
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Education cannot occur with anarchic punks running around. I often think putting them to work picking vegetables or splitting rocks might make teaching feasible for those who want to learn something (not that much of this will occur anyway outside indoctrination in pet Leftist subjects).

Of course my idea is unrealistic, since child labor, as punishment or not, is considered cruel. Public schools will continue as warehouses for kids "outsourced" by parents. Now finding semi-competent people willing to work there, even for union wages, might be a poser.


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Frank wrote:
For Democrats, the days of ‚Äúsafe, legal and rare‚ÄĚ on the abortion issue are in the distant past.
This gives one an idea of how their politics evolves. First it's getting wet feet, then the waist, then jump all the way in. It's safe to infer this is how gun regulation works for them as well. Slippery Slope indeed may be a formal fallacy, but it has a good track record in explaining Democrats. A little is never enough for them; I believe they call for as much as they think voters will tolerate at the time, rather than being honest and forthright about their ultimate goals.

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Stevenr wrote:
Problem in many IFB’s is a unbiblical definition of Pastoral authority...
True, but any church polity afraid to hold leadership to account will end up in the same place. Look at the RCC, for example. It's the human element, not the organization, that counts.

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Since "Black Lives Matter" types ascribe high minority arrest/incarceration rates to racism, then why not complain about their high abortion rate as well? I have a possible explanation: They want to eliminate black people. Margaret Sanger's agenda was consistent with this. So is the demoralization of police, so blacks can kill ea. other unhindered.

Democrats have learned that policies which pretend to help blacks but actually destroy them are an easier sell than Jim Crow laws. This was the devil's tactic in the Garden.


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Maybe this simply early recruiting for the Democratic Party. Depraved of the World, Unite!

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Jim Lincoln wrote:
again, this happens in Australia quite well....
Irrelevant. Dr. Byrd is a pragmatist - he gets what *he* wants from the system, therefore it must be good. But Biblically, the ethics involved aren't difficult: Anyone who compels strangers to pay their bills, medical or otherwise, is simply a thief, whether a given socialized scheme "works" or not. Socialism is the ideology of thieves, who are their natural allies.

Medical care is the classic "wedge" issue since argumentum ad misericordiam is an easy sell to the unthinking.


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Adriel wrote:
...Which explains why today's politics and Liberal churches agree on so much.
Wiki's very fitting description of LSD effects: "Many users see or hear things that do not exist ...Adverse psychiatric reactions are possible, such as anxiety, paranoia, and delusions."

Hallucinogen Persisting Perception Disorder is associated with prior use of LSD. Could this explain the behavior of certain Presidential candidates?


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Jim Lincoln wrote:
You will notice notice, Timothy, countries that have universal healthcare like Australia don't have this problem.
You're not "thinking thinking," Jim, on two counts:
1) Cum hoc ergo propter hoc. There could be other reasons Australia lacks this problem. For all we know, it could be a Southern Hemisphere thing. Or maybe it's their beer;
2) These diseases have become more manifest *since* Obamacare. Not that I would necessarily blame it, but by your defective reasoning I could.

If you're posting this stuff merely to bait people, at least put more thought into it.


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Jim Lincoln wrote:
Tony, what a good example! General MacArthur had to resign,
Misrepresentation: he was *sacked* by Truman for endorsing full-scale conflict with China, nukes included. Is this what you want now over Hong Kong?

I think Gen. Sherman put it best in a different context:
"You people of the South don't know what you are doing. This country will be drenched in blood, and God only knows how it will end."

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