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This is pleasant news, but beware of the next arrow in the State's quiver: its ability to impede our exercise of our rights through administrative delays and fees. The practice in several jurisdictions has been to impose so long a delay on things such as concealed-carry licenses that the applicant is prone to forgetting he applied for one, while in other jurisdictions the price of the license is set stratospherically high, so that only the wealthy can enjoy the right. The State is crafty and flexible, and it never gives up. Be mindful.
The question indicates how seriously the Left takes Walker's presidential prospects. Obviously they view him as a major threat to keeping their grip on the White House.
Miss Coulter: Inasmuch as this column is about Dalton Trumbo, why does Bryan Cranston's name appear in the title? Are you accusing Cranston of endorsing Trumbo's pro-Nazi, anti-Semiic views? If so, where's the substantiation?
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Resurrecting Supernaturalism

Francis W. Porretto Wrote: Feb 11, 2015 8:46 AM
"...atheists are in trouble if they accept the idea that the universe had a beginning while simultaneously denying that it had a cause." Not necessarily. (Full disclosure: I'm a devout Catholic, educated as a physicist.) There are a number of events postulated by quantum physics for which no cause, as such, is postulated. The simplest of the bunch would be "sub-Heisenberg" events such as the Compton effect, which the Uncertainty Principle assures us is both possible despite the apparent violation of Conservation of Mass / Energy, beneath the threshold of perceptible / measurable phenomena, and utterly necessary for certain observable events to be possible at all. We postulate causes behind all that we see. The postulate is attractive for many reasons...but it's still a postulate. There is no way to establish evidentially that only a Supreme Being Creator could have resulted in our universe. Worse yet, there's always the atheist's comeback: "Oh, so God created the universe? Well, who created God?" Faith is what it is because religious propositions can neither be proved nor disproved. Were it otherwise, there would be no need for faith...and no argument about what caused what.
Conscience? It's open to dispute whether Hillary has a **soul**.
How cruel of Mrs. Obama! Everything has a place on The Great Pyramid of Cheese: http://bastionofliberty.blogspot.com/2014/01/the-great-pyramid-of-cheese.html (Remember the dreaded "Velveeta shortage" of a couple of Super Bowls ago?)
Here's a question I would very much like to see explored: Why did Eddie Ray Routh, supposedly out of his mind from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder despite never having been in combat, shoot Chris Kyle and another retired SEAL, but ***no one else at the gun range that day?***
"There is no room for play in Islam. Islam is deadly serious...about everything." -- Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini How do we get *Muslims* to find a sense of humor?
Five home truths, the sort of "obvious" observations that should stand as a permanent reminder: *** "Obvious" really means "overlooked." ***
"The chasm between the American public and the current occupant of the White House has never been so obvious, so wide, and so unrepairable." This sentence is **appalling.** And it's the lead sentence of the article, at that. I agree wholeheartedly with the columnist's sentiments, but great God in heaven, doesn't TownHall have an editor stashed away somewhere?
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