Archive for: May 2, 2008

May 2, 2008

There’s A Hole In The Bucket!

Perhaps as a child you once sang a fun little ditty about a hapless man, named Henry and his beloved, named Liza. See, this song is about a problem Henry has. His bucket has a hole in it …

Europe: The Dark Continent

Filed under: Religion & Faith - 02 May 2008

This week, Black Rock Congregational Church is focusing on worldwide missionary programs and the 20-plus missionaries that the church supports. In that connection, rather than a traditional sermon, we at Black Rock-Long Ridge Congregational Church (North Stamford, Connecticut) heard a …

Feds Nab Israeli Spy in New York City Espionage Case

Filed under: American National Security - 02 May 2008

Federal law enforcement officials revealed on Tuesday that they the arrested of Ben-Ami Kadish on charges that he participated in a crimonal conspiracy to disclose to the Government of Israel documents related to the national defense of the United States …

Welcome to New Joisy, Where Illegal Ain’t!

Filed under: Immigration,What The F@#K?!? - 02 May 2008

United States Attorney Christopher Christie, New Jersey’s top federal prosecutor, is rumored to be interested in running for governor of that state in the near future. Christie’s personal political aspirations may help explain his insane pandering to the Latino …

The Hard Truth about a Soft Science: Why Psychology Does More Harm Than Good

Filed under: Religion & Faith,Science & Technology - 02 May 2008

In his book The Future of an Illusion, Sigmund Freud said of religion and morality, “It would be an undoubted advantage if we were to leave God out altogether and admit the purely human origins of all the precepts and …

Symbiosis: Rev. Wright and the Subversive Media

There’s not much point left to arguing whether the provocative vitriol purveyed by Trinity United Church’s former pastor Rev. Jeremiah Wright in his sermons was warranted, understandable, excusable or in any way accurate. This columnist and an increasing number of …