Tag: God

Westboro Baptist Church wins appeal: A person’s character is like pregnancy. It cannot be hidden.

Filed in Current affairs, Justice, Religion, Strange stuff by on March 3, 2011 0 Comments
Westboro Baptist Church wins appeal: A person’s character is like pregnancy. It cannot be hidden.

The Westboro Baptist Church — the fundamentalist church known for its anti-gay protests outside military funerals — has won a Supreme Court appeal against a grieving father who lost his son, a Marine. It is a big victory. The US Supreme Court has ruled that the first amendment protects the church. Regardless of the first amendment, it is […]

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President Bush will have to answer for Iraq war: If God gives you leprosy, look to your own past misdeeds

Filed in Current affairs, foreign affairs, Justice, US foreign policy by on February 7, 2011 1 Comment
President Bush will have to answer for Iraq war: If God gives you leprosy, look to your own past misdeeds

While America is celebrating the 100th anniversary of President Reagan‘s birth, President George W. Bush just cancelled a trip to Switzerland, fearing an arrest and charges of crimes against humanity. Human rights groups are actively building cases against the former US president and his entourage–including Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld, and Condoleeza Rice–over the mistreatment of prisoners in Guatanamo Bay. […]

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Tea Party, don’t speak for me: He who is covered with other people’s clothes is naked

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on November 1, 2010 0 Comments
Tea Party, don’t speak for me: He who is covered with other people’s clothes is naked

The Tea Party circus that claims to be the “guardian” of the American constitution and speaks on behalf of the American people has certainly heard the response of the real American people at the rally to “Restore Sanity and/or Fear” in Washington. Thousands of people showed up to show the Tea Party movement that America is a multi-racial […]

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America has lost prestige due to bizarre election campaigns: A person’s character is like pregnancy; it cannot be hidden

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on October 21, 2010 0 Comments
America has lost prestige due to bizarre election campaigns: A person’s character is like pregnancy; it cannot be hidden

This election year is an exciting and bizarre time in American politics, showcasing the obsession for power and the power of money to buy votes. Negative ads on TV seem to be working. It is difficult to differentiate facts and lies. Americans are used to it and certainly love it. The only thing that matters is […]

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Vatican criticizes Nobel committee: Leading by example is better than giving advice

Filed in Current affairs, Religion, Science by on October 7, 2010 2 Comments
Vatican criticizes Nobel committee: Leading by example is better than giving advice

The man who played God by creating the first test tube baby, Dr. Robert Geoffrey Edwards, has been awarded a Nobel prize. Today, making babies in the laboratory has become big business. Depending on which side you are on, fertile or unfertile, Dr. Edwards’ intentions to help those who have trouble conceiving naturally are good […]

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White Taliban: Languages differ but coughs are the same

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on September 17, 2010 0 Comments
White Taliban: Languages differ but coughs are the same

Those who believe that the rise of the Tea party within the GOP will kill the Republican party and dream to take control of the American Congress are making a mistake. The Republican party and the Tea Party are like the fingers of the same hand. They have the same agenda, to shape America and […]

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Glenn Beck and Sarah Palin hijack Dr. King’s speech anniversary: Suspicion is the sister of the wrong

Filed in Current affairs by on August 29, 2010 1 Comment
Glenn Beck and Sarah Palin hijack Dr. King’s speech anniversary: Suspicion is the sister of the wrong

Coincidence or pure provocation? Conservative talk show host Glenn Beck has gotten attention by organizing the “Restoring Honor” rally on the anniversary of Reverend Martin Luther King‘s speech “I Have a Dream.” Saturday was certainly a nightmare for Reverend Al Sharpton, who believes that Glenn Beck and Sarah Palin have hijacked Dr. King’s speech anniversary. Even though […]

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Elton John Sings at Rush Limbaugh’s Wedding: God is good, but never dance with the lion.

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Elton John Sings at Rush Limbaugh’s Wedding: God is good, but never dance with the lion.

Rush Limbaugh — the ears, eyes, and mouth of the conservatives in America — just got married. The 59 year old extremist, the “angry white man”, and the icon of the conservative movement is a very divisive and controversial personality. The shock is that Elton John, the gay extreme liberal, sang at the wedding for $1,000,000. […]

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Karzai Seen as Puppet: To him who puts a cord around his neck, God will supply someone to pull it.

Filed in Current affairs, foreign affairs by on May 17, 2010 1 Comment
Karzai Seen as Puppet: To him who puts a cord around his neck, God will supply someone to pull it.

President Karzai, the Afghan president, has left the US after three days of talks. Mr. Karzai has been in the news for controversial statements made by him against the US.  He certainly needs to explain himself on many issues such as corruption, drugs, and his dangerous liason with Iran. President Karzai is trapped between the West […]

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Pope Benedict XVI Accomplice to Sexual Molestation: A dirty stick makes everyone who touches it dirty.

Filed in Current affairs, foreign affairs by on March 17, 2010 2 Comments
Pope Benedict XVI Accomplice to Sexual Molestation: A dirty stick makes everyone who touches it dirty.

Pope Benedict XVI is under a lot of criticism for ignoring a case of sexual molestation while he served as Archbishop of Munich, Germany. Sexual abuse by priests is not new. The priests’ abuses have been covered up by the Catholic church for a long time. These cases show the limits of human beings. A […]

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