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Why ‘Gay Marriage’ is Evil

Chries Wrote: Jan 26, 2015 10:18 PM
"What is the purpose of calling it something else beside marriage ?" Well, since marriage (at least in this country) has always been defined as one-man-one-woman-committed-for-a-lifetime, all relationships that do not fit that definition should be called something else beside marriage. (that was easy)
It's obvious that Taft did not read the column. No one wants to restrict Moore's freedom of speech; we just want the freedom to ridicule his stupidity --- THEN we want to tell him, "Shut up, stupid!" We don't want a law restricting his freedom; we just want the freedom to try to shame him/her (I really can't tell) into silence.
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Remembering the Last Lion

Chries Wrote: Jan 22, 2015 11:13 AM
"I have always wondered if FDR wanted America in the war from the very beginning" Careful - you're getting dangerously close to hearing black helicopters and being fitted for a tinfoil hat.
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Obama's State of Disunion

Chries Wrote: Jan 21, 2015 2:45 PM
"until the two kissing-cousin parties are finally united and we are allowed to have another party that provides the American people with an actual alternative" Woz, the only way that will happen is for a strong conservative leader, like Reagan, to take over the GOP, bring in mainstream Americans who are conservative-but-don't-realize-it, and transform the GOP into a traditional-America conservative Party. At that point, the only home for RINO's and GOP moderates will be in the Democratic Party. The GOP would then become the dominant political party and the Democrats would be relegated to permanent minority status. That leader does not appear to be on any near horizon. Of course, I believe none of this can happen unless there is another Great Awakening of national proportions. Hope you're a praying man, Woz.
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Early Presidential Prospects

Chries Wrote: Jan 21, 2015 1:41 PM
Mark-Johnne, are you a supporter of Ron Paul? The tone in your comments is eerily similar to that of Dr. Dement -- er, I mean Dr. Paul.
Jesus said: “Haven’t you read that he who made them from the beginning made them male and female, and said, ‘For this cause a man shall leave his father and mother, and shall join to his wife; and the two shall become one flesh?' So that they are no more two, but one flesh. What therefore God has joined together, don’t let man tear apart.” Jesus gave us the definition of marriage and OUR country, since before its founding, has adhered to this definition. Since Jesus defined marriage, He's the only One who is authorized to redefine marriage. So, no matter what any judge says, marriage that is anything other than male-female is not marriage.
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Oxford and the Crisis of the University

Chries Wrote: Jan 20, 2015 11:02 AM
Nothing in this column over which to argue with Prager. He continues to state the obvious and his facts are irrefutable. It's sad that the obvious needs to be stated, but the far-reaching influence of clouded leftist thinking makes it necessary for men like Dennis Prager to continue to voice the clear, unvarnished truth. Press on, Mr. Prager, press on.
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The Ring Makes All the Difference

Chries Wrote: Jan 06, 2015 9:24 AM
So, Jeff, are you saying that, "Living together is OK if the right kind of people do it?" That seems, to me, very similar to saying, "Communism will some day work when the right people are in charge of it."
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Pope Francis, the Climate and Leftism

Chries Wrote: Jan 06, 2015 1:39 AM
"When the left is not completely wrong and the right is not completely correct," You're living in the past. At this stage in history, the left is so morally bankrupt that they actually are wrong 99% of the time (I would say 100%, but nothing is 100%). The right is "not completely correct" only in those times when the right has been influenced by the left. In the past it was possible to compromise with Democrats. In Obama's America, Democrats won't allow compromise, they will only allow capitulation. We must no longer seek to compromise with the left; we must work to defeat them.
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The Ring Makes All the Difference

Chries Wrote: Jan 05, 2015 11:03 PM
"The ring makes all the difference" My wife knew this. When we were dating / engaged and it came time to walk her to the door and kiss her good night she made it clear that, until we officially shared the same last name, there would not be much more for me than that goodnight kiss. As the wedding day approached, she also made it clear that, starting on our wedding night, I'd better get ready for a lifetime of marital "bonding" that would make my toes curl. She sure has paid off that promise. One other thing about not living together and waiting until the wedding day --- the sex is much more satisfying (and frequent, in my case). "God's plan for marriage works every time it's tried."
"He's not a lawyer. He's VERY ignorant..." Wow. Talk about "the pot calling the kettle black." (google it, du2)
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