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Goodbye, Columbus

Thess2 Wrote: Oct 14, 2014 12:35 PM
If Columbus believed in the superiority of the Catholic faith, why didn’t he follow it? Catholicism has very strict rules on how to treat other people, with “thou shall not murder” at the top of the list. If you plan to rule in God’s name, you ought to follow God’s rules. Columbus was slime. Here’s a better role model for Western Civilization: http://theoatmeal.com/comics/columbus_day It’s at the bottom of the page.
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Five Reasons Americans Can’t Find Jobs

Thess2 Wrote: Oct 02, 2014 3:07 PM
None of this matters if the information in this video is accurate: http://www.cgpgrey.com/blog/humans-need-not-apply I could explain why I disagree with Mr. Morici, but there really isn't a need. Not anymore.
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The Campus Crusade for Comfort

Thess2 Wrote: Oct 01, 2014 6:47 PM
It's difficult to convince a man to live like a monk until the age of thirty.
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The Campus Crusade for Comfort

Thess2 Wrote: Oct 01, 2014 4:48 PM
These days Successful people tend to marry other successful people. If he gets into Harvard law school and she gets an internship in D.C., who gets to advance their career? Most young elites choose short term sexual relationships rather than lifelong commitments until they are established. This is the way things work these days. I'm not opining, I'm reporting. It's your job to convince them to change their ways. Remember, these are the folks that run the world, the ones who's rules you have to follow, because they hold power. Why should they care about what you think is God's opinion?
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The Campus Crusade for Comfort

Thess2 Wrote: Oct 01, 2014 11:28 AM
I respect your choice, but remember, the guys who run your school board, or the state board of education; the guys with real power who make the rules that you and I must obey, are the people who depended on the availability of contraceptives and abortions while they perused the education that helped them become part of the elite. Do you really believe that they’ll sit by and allow those things to be taken from their children?
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The Campus Crusade for Comfort

Thess2 Wrote: Oct 01, 2014 10:40 AM
Pro-life advocates will never make headway until they address the fundamental problem facing college aged adults: the need to delay marriage and family until they are secure in a career. Right now, if you want to succeed in a high salaried profession, you need to spend four years in college, then two to four years of additional education in law, medical, or graduate school. Once you’ve accomplished this, you must spend several additional years building a professional portfolio. Do you want to make partner at a prestigious law firm? Then plan on several years of 80+ hour work weeks. By the time a professional is ready to seriously consider starting a family, they are already in their late 20’s or early 30’s. Asking a professional to remain a virgin until they are ready for a family is unfeasible. This means sexual relationships outside of marriage, what you call fornication. Since birth control isn’t 100% effective, this means abortions. Since the individuals affected are often the children of high powered elite individuals, you’re not going to pass effective pro-life legislation over their objections. I have yet to encounter an effective pro-life strategy addressing this problem.
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Voter Fraud in Kentucky

Thess2 Wrote: Jul 28, 2012 4:01 PM
OK, so how would voter registration restrictions or ID requirements help eliminate vote buying? No one here was accused of voting illegally. The new rules that some state assemblies have implemented do nothing but make it harder for legitimate citizens to vote.
"if I am wrong what have I lost?" Nothing. "If you are wrong what will you lose?" The only possible chance at a fulfilling relationship. Christianity costs you nothing. Christianity costs gay people everything.
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Partisanship Reigns at CBS

Thess2 Wrote: Jun 13, 2012 2:57 PM
Hollywood and the most news reporters are liberal. Most of the corporate world is fairly conservative The universities are by and large liberal. The military establishment is mostly conservative. Most churches are conservative. America's institutions all have a political bias, so what is Bozell complaining about? Oh, the news media says they are "fair and balanced" when they are really not. Well, Fox news plays at that game too and it doesn't matter because everyone knows what institutions have which biases. Brent Bozell is just a whiner.
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The End Nears for a 50-Year Mistake

Thess2 Wrote: Jun 11, 2012 1:18 AM
Jacoby argues government unions shouldn’t have the right to collectively bargain because they can use their money and votes to unduly sway their employers. Fair enough, but why is it OK to permit corporations spending large amounts of money to unduly sway the legislators who are charged with regulating their businesses? It’s like allowing restaurateurs to bribe their health inspectors to not see the rodents in the kitchen.
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