Roundup

In Honor Of Earthday, 13 Worst Earthday Predictions — Ever notice how those who celebrate Earth Day pretend its creator doesn’t exist?  And how their predictions tend to be hopelessly wrong and counterproductive?

As one would expect, even half of the non-gun owning households would have wanted one had they lived in Boston last week.

How to ruin your child’s chance of a happy love life: Have an affair – and the damage is WORSE the older they are when you stray — That can’t be right!  The needs and wants of adults outweigh any concerns about kids. They are resilient blah blah blah.

This culture pretends to care about kids but the actions don’t show it: Abortion, adultery, “same-sex marriage,” easy divorce and so much more.

Here’s another Leftist outlet that returns literally zero hits when searching for “Gosnell” — Jim “the Gospel is all about wealth redistribution” Wallis and his organization are doing a great job of advancing the Leftist cause of hiding these crimes.  Their title even references social justice, but they haven’t written a word about Kermit Gosnell and his mass infanticides.  They are too busy claiming to be prophets in trying to gut the 2nd Amendment and to disarm you.24

Abductions of Christian Girls Increased in Egypt Since Regime Change — The real war on women.  And where is the Left?  [Crickets chirping]  Oh, right, busy hiding the Kermit Gosnell story.

Supposedly there may be a movie version of the book, The Shack. A good analysis of the bad theology from that book is here. If you hear people talk about the movie please share those concerns with them.  (Hat tip: Erich from Facebook)

Earth-Day-1976

The Liberal “safe sex” programs are a lie, because they ignore the spiritual and emotional aspects of sex and give a false sense of security (birth control often fails and even if used correctly it doesn’t prevent all diseases).  But even if they weren’t lying, they would be inconsistent for saying that sex ed won’t increase sexual behavior but gun education would increase the misuse of guns.

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  1. I’ve always been amazed and amused by the “safe sex” concept. “They’re going to do it, so make it safe.” My teenage daughter (years ago) tried that on me. “So,” I said, “you’re saying that because they’re going to take heroin, we ought to make it safe by giving them clean needles.”
    “Um … yes, I suppose do.”
    “And because gang members are going to do drive by shootings anyway, we ought to make it safe and teach them how to shoot accurately from a moving vehicle so they don’t kill innocent bystanders?”
    “Huh?”
    “I’m just following your logic.”
    Funny thing. She dropped that line of reasoning. Perhaps “reasoning” is what’s lacking?

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    1. An engineer, a physicist, and an economist were stranded on an island when a pallet of tuna fish cans floated up. The engineer and the physicist discussed various ways to get the tuna fish out of the cans, – drop them off a cliff onto a sharp rock, use a lever, etc. The economist finally said, “Presume a can opener!”

      In any given situation, you can presume a situation and then base your actions on it, but the question is whether the presumption is valid. The liberals have a very static view of the world: they presume that kids will have sex, and the only possible variable is whether or not a condom is involved. Conservatives move a step back and ask if it’s possible to get kids to not have sex.

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      1. It’s great to be an economist; you can presume things into being that don’t exist and assume away things that do. In microeconomics, for example, you get to assume that the real-world problems of macroeconomics (inflation and unemployment) don’t exist.

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