Never one to be bothered by the majority if it’s one of his pet projects, Obama has vowed to continue to push for gun control in spite of the recent failure of Congress to do what he wanted them to do. Unfortunately for him, Obama is not really a dictator. He just portrays one on TV when he’s deigning to talk down to all of us, using his index finger as if it was a gun as he peppers listeners and viewers with apoplectic finger stabs to underscore his points.
Since Christmas has become a pivotal component of our culture, most Americans instinctively recoil at efforts to banish the beloved winter festival even if they are not particularly religious. Thus to be successful, secularists realized they would need to pursue a different strategy.
For those readers currently on the fence, let me assure you that when it comes to adopting a system for ordering your life, the more you learn about enviro-worship, the better Christianity looks.
For one, being a Baptist requires much less bookkeeping and investigation on the practitioner’s part,
particularly when it comes to food.
In a legal context, a proper definition of the word “person” is of extreme importance. The United States Constitution uses the word “person” 49 times. On the other hand, it never uses the word “human being” or “human life” or even just “human.” The reason is quite simple: The Constitution is primarily concerned with rights, and term for one who is recognized by law as having rights and duties is “person.”
Almost every family in America had young men serving in the armed forces. Together in a prodigious feat of industrial might and military valor they destroyed the combined might of militaristic Germany and Japan and then they came home to build the most free and most prosperous country in the history of the world.
The Bill of Rights or the first Ten Amendments are the rights prescribed for the individual. With these rights in hand, any common person has the ability legally to defend themselves against anyone or anything up to and including the federal government.
Virginia Governor and Democratic National Committee Chairman Tim Kaine celebrated the successful mulching of another dead horse last week. After presiding over the loss of the governor’s races in his own state and New Jersey, he celebrated the major accomplishment of his last year in office: banning smoking in restaurants.
The film has almost everything the book has in the way of spectacle, drama, practically endless story and the means to make them bigger and better. The burning of Atlanta, the great “boom” shots of the Confederate wounded lying in the streets and the hospital after the Battle of Atlanta are spectacle enough for any picture, and unequaled.
The White House adorned itself with a giant red ribbon for World Aids Day. Will there be a Christmas wreath this large placed on the front of the White House? If I was a bookie, I’d start a betting pool as to whether or not Obama will be able to say the name Jesus at the tree lighting ceremony.