Author: Frederick Meekins



October 3, 2010

The Obama Nag, Body Armor Disparities & Dobsonian Maoists

Filed under: Politics In General - 03 Oct 2010

MSNBC denounced the Tea Party as overwhelmingly White. Will the network denounce illegal aliens as overwhelmingly Hispanic?

Cops should have probably shot the owner along with or rather instead of the dog at a DC street festival. As with people that …

September 19, 2010

At Least Marie Antoinette Would Let Us Have Cake

During his campaign for the presidency, Barack Obama lamented the tendency of Americans to eat what we want, drive SUV’s, and keep our homes climate controlled at 70 degrees. Some will observe that I have already published a number …

September 15, 2010

Tweets About The Dove Christian World Outreach Debate

Filed under: What The F@#K?!? - 15 Sep 2010

If General Petraeus is now handing down edicts as to what kind of expression is going to set off radical Islamists in regards to the plans to burn Koran’s by one church, is he also going to hand down similar …

September 4, 2010

Red China Turns U.S. Human Rights Molehills Into Mountains

The United States and China discussed human rights at a round of high-level talks. One might be surprised that the meeting did not so much focus on the egregious atrocities that have gone on under this Communist tyranny from …

August 25, 2010

Lessons In Apologetics #4: Pragmaticism & Combinationalism

Filed under: Religion & Faith - 25 Aug 2010

The next theory of truth and religious knowledge is pragmatism. Developed initially by Charles Sander Pierce and expanded by William James, pragmatism is the theory that truth is not determined by what one thinks, feels, or discovers but rather …

August 6, 2010

Lessons In Apologetics #3: Experientialism & Evidentialism

Filed under: Religion & Faith - 06 Aug 2010

The next methodology is experientialism. Though fideism strives to make faith alone the justification for religious knowledge or belief, Geisler observes that this faith is ultimately justified in terms of an experience had by the individual (65).

July 27, 2010

Tweets About Whale Wars

Filed under: Potpourri - 27 Jul 2010

Though Whale Wars is an interesting program, in light of it, Discovery Networks should broadcast from a favorable standpoint a program about a band of prolife activists disrupting the operations of an abortion clinic.

July 21, 2010

Boycott The Boycotters

Filed under: In The News,Politics In General - 21 Jul 2010

Most Americans are no doubt aware of the tragedy of the oil slick coating the Gulf Coast from the damaged petroleum rig. What they might not be aware of is the attitude among elites of how we as citizens …

July 7, 2010

Into The Heart Of Darkness, Part 2

Filed under: Religion & Faith - 07 Jul 2010

In “Into The Heart Of Darkness, Part 1″, I examined the Black liberation theology of Jeremiah Wright and how the leftist radicalism at the heart of this worldview serves as the foundation of the belief system of President Barack Obama …

June 26, 2010

Lessons In Apologetics, Part 1: Introduction & Agnosticism

Filed under: Religion & Faith - 26 Jun 2010

For anyone pursuing a degree in Apologetics that was given a dollar for every time they were asked “What is that, learning how to say you are sorry” upon answering the question of what it is that they study so …

June 19, 2010

Olympics Subtly Lure Tots Into Paganism’s Embrace

Filed under: Religion & Faith - 19 Jun 2010

Over the past decade and a half or thereabouts, I have published occasional columns pointing out that there is more going on in terms of worldview at the Olympic games than good sportsmanship and keeping a stoic outlook no matter …

June 16, 2010

“Is The Rider Of The Red Horse Ascendant?”

Filed under: Constitution & Bill of Rights - 16 Jun 2010

It seems that the slyest way to undermine the Constitution is to claim to be defending it.

General Paul Vallely, through his front group, is calling for Barack Obama to step down from the Presidency over allegations of deceit, fraud, …

June 15, 2010

Obama Teaches You Are Not As Important As Him

President Barack Obama addressed the graduating class of Kalamazoo Central High School and personally greeted each of the seniors to congratulate them for their academic achievements. This honor was extended, for the most part, because of the class patting …

June 7, 2010

The Anarcho-Totalitarian Nature Of Radical Environmentalism

Filed under: Radical Environmentalism - 07 Jun 2010

To most Americans, environmentalism is perceived as a benevolent cultural force charged with preserving the earth’s endangered natural treasures and resources. After all, who could possibly oppose freshwater, clean air, and efforts to save fury creatures. Yet few realize …

May 21, 2010

Chicago, Illegals, Eric Holder …

Filed under: Politics In General - 21 May 2010

The Council Of The Religious Leaders Of Metropolitan Chicago have released a statement condemning the Arizona immigration law. Given that Chicago is perennially going to hell in a handbasket because of its high crime rate and the legendary …

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