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Bitcoin Is Not Real Money

charlesmartel1 Wrote: Mar 01, 2014 7:04 AM
Mr. Kudlow misses the big point - Bitcoin is a response to reckless monetary policy all over the world, where governments have thrown responsibility to the wind printing money out of thin air as well (as other posters have noted). Bitcoin may fail but something IS going to replace what we have now, as paper backed by nothing is unsustainable long term, not just for us but for the world. It's a warning shot but apparently he can't see that.
Let's just stop using the word gay. By using it, we are allowing the corruption of the language. And way to stand tall, Jonah, saying "I'm not against 'gay' marriage". Goldberg usually has a lot of good things to say, but caving on homosexual "marriage" is cowardice.
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The Lesson of Dunkirk

charlesmartel1 Wrote: Feb 21, 2014 6:37 AM
I have a huge amount of respect for Dr. Sowell. And if Boehner and Cantor were calling Obama evil and filing a protest as they retreated, that might be fine. But they are not showing any opposition in their retreat. And that is the big difference between them and Dunkirk. The Tea Party is the small boats that have come in to attempt to salvage what's left of the union. I don't consider talking heads like Karl Rove and Bill O'Reilly the kink of men I would follow into battle. That's where, in my view, his analogy seriously breaks down.
Very classy by Senator Scott. This is what real leadership looks like.
As the number of children born out of wedlock increase, so will income inequality. But at the same time society is being degraded and no amount of legislation will change this trend.
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The Pope and Capitalism

charlesmartel1 Wrote: Dec 18, 2013 6:29 AM
The pope is head of the Catholic Church but Jesus Christ is the true head of the church, on earth and heaven. Any one thinking themselves the vicar of Christ shows they have a distorted view of themselves- and of reality. Protestantism and all the benefits of Biblical truth as opposed to Roman thinking gave us the economic benefits we have experienced in the last half millenia. The pope's latest false teaching just underscores the difference.
You are confusing Willie Horton and Willie Sutton. May want to edit your piece.
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The Left is Killing King’s Dream

charlesmartel1 Wrote: Aug 29, 2013 6:22 AM
agree with the article, but grammar is important. It is "toe" the line - now tow.
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The Judgment of Future Generations

charlesmartel1 Wrote: May 31, 2013 6:32 AM
Dr. Adams is correct about Mormonism: Specifically, Mormonism teachings include: • That God the Father has a body of flesh and bones and was once a sinful man on another planet. • That God lives with many goddess wives on a planet near the great star Kolob. • That Polygamy is part of God’s holy ordinances. • That Jesus Christ is the brother of Lucifer, the Devil. Jesus had to work out his own salvation. • That the doctrines of their inspired leaders are superior to the Bible. • That "there are more gods than there are particles on a million earths" • That men can become gods themselves by joining the Mormon church and will be able to create and populate their own earths. • That the shed blood of Christ is not sufficient to save us from our sins, that it only gives us resurrection so we may be judged for our works; that men cannot be saved by grace through faith, but only by our works of righteousness. • That the Mormon Church is the only true church on earth, to the exclusion of all others. It has the only true authority. • That there are two churches only, The church of the Lamb [Mormonism] and the church of the Devil [the rest of us]. • That man cannot gain eternal life and enter the presence of the Lord outside of Mormonism. There are many Mormons who are very nice people. That doesn't mean their theology is a Christian one at the core.
How many discoveries have been made experimenting. Our public education system is broken beyond repair.
Congrats to Dr. Falwell and Liberty. Our government has lost all discernment in so many cases.
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