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Black Abortions Matter

BuzWeston Wrote: Dec 20, 2014 6:50 PM
Should be "legal," not "level."
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Black Abortions Matter

BuzWeston Wrote: Dec 20, 2014 6:42 PM
The mother doesn't die because of her discomfort. One who is brain dead will never regain consciousness. Unborn children become conscious. Something that is dead stays dead. You can't seriously think that a fetus is dead. If it's not dead, then what does that leave? It is necessarily alive. And if it is "terminated" it is killed. Anyone who passed high school biology knows that at the moment of conception a living human being exists. Abortion is currently level in the United States, so it is not murder. However, there is absolutely no question that it is homocide. No assumptions. Just straightforward biology.
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One Nation Under Godlessness

BuzWeston Wrote: Nov 14, 2014 11:28 AM
The problem with the comments section is that anyone can write anything, no matter how obviously false it is. "No philosophy, theology (sic) or religion..." Find a copy of the Syntopicon, a two volume topical index of the Great Ideas. By far the largest section is on the topic of God. Every great author wrote intelligibly about that subject. One doesn't even need to be well read to know this. Start with Plato, Aristotle, Augustine, Aquinas, Descartes, and Kant. In the twentieth century Dr. Mortimer Adler wrote several volumes on the subject of God, as did many other contemporary philosophers. Richard2666 has the timerity to accuse Michelle Malkin of dumping reason.
Larry King was the greatest talk radio host ever. But the Peter Principle worked its magic, and he rose beyond his best skills to TV. If you only know Larry King from his TV days, you don't know Larry King. On the radio he was the master and no one has ever come close. He knew enough about everything to make him interesting. He knew sports, politics, movies,literature, music..., you name it. He knew how to make calls entertaining. He was a great conversationalist, a great interviewer, and he was funny. This all worked well in a multi-hour late night radio format. His failure to translate the magic of his radio skills to television probably tells us more about the weaknesses of that medium than it says about Larry King. I miss radio Larry.
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Why I Oppose Liberalism

BuzWeston Wrote: Oct 11, 2014 10:16 PM
There you go, confirming the article. For liberals, pointing out the truth equals hatred.
Yes. I'm a college professor at a state institution. I guarantee that if they figure out that you're a Christian or a conservative that you will not get the job.
Thanks for pointing this out. It's a common mistake.
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Why December 25th?

BuzWeston Wrote: Dec 24, 2013 2:37 PM
That site exemplifies perfectly the old rule that you can't trust everything you find on the Internet. It's a hodgepodge of anti-scholarship. Anyone can set up a website. Reader beware.
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Bag the Bag Ban

BuzWeston Wrote: Sep 15, 2013 7:08 PM
Facts are not to be considered. Only how it makes them feel. Another example: considering the entire life cycle of a Prius, it is the worst car available from an environmental standpoint. Fortunately for us, bad drivers prefer Priuses, so it's easy to keep an eye on them. Oops, I got off topic. Sorry.
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