This news for Boxer is like water being tossed at the Wicked Witch of the West.
“Ohhhhhhh . . . I’m melting. What a world, what a world!!”
 April 28, 2016 at 8:43am
So, to Boxer, a Cruz/Fiorina ticket is “mean and meaner?”
No, it’s more like Boxer is “projection and more projection.”
What a miserable, hellish hag!!
 April 22, 2016 at 8:57am
Thanks, Ned. Once we make exceptions for rape and incest, we have changed the argument. Prolifers believe that every human life, no matter the circumstances of their conception, deserve protection. So once you make exceptions for rape and incest, you now have to say that one’s humanity/personhood depends upon the circumstances of their conception. And once that is done, anything goes. The unborn person has no control over how they were conceived.
The rape of the mother is the first victimization. The abortion of the baby is the second victimization. And the third victimization is the abortion procedure itself.
 April 8, 2016 at 2:05pm
You are a good soul. I am a Catholic. I am a wretched sinner. Every night, I ask the Father for forgiveness of my sins. I appreciate a pastor who “offends” me and reminds me of how badly I sin. I want to be held to the highest possible standards when it comes to righteousness.
April 8, 2016 at 1:57pm
Pope John Paul II was a great pope, indeed. Both he and Pope Benedict XVI were intellectuals. Pope Francis does not strike me as an intellectual. Sad. Very sad.
March 27, 2016 at 9:43am
You are wrong. Josephus Flavius, who was a first-century Romano-Jewish historian, spoke of Jesus in his writings. I know because I have a book of his writings. See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Josephus.
His writings are in a HISTORY book, not in specifically religious writings, meaning, they are not in the Torah or any other Jewish religious writings, nor in those writings we Christians call the “Bible.”
March 16, 2016 at 9:47am
Count Dracula to the rescue . . . sucking the blood from Americans as he signs on to the biggest, fattest budgets. Let this blood sucker be anathema!!
 March 14, 2016 at 5:53pm
You have a great point. No, she is not fit to be president. Has anyone noticed Hillary’s face lately? At times it looks really round, really fat. You don’t suppose she has some kind of inflammatory problem and is being treated with steroids? That can give a person “moon face,” not to mention that it can also cause psychotic symptoms. Yep, that’s it. She is DELUDING herself into thinking she can be an effective president.
Those are the eyes of an evil person. I mean just look at the monster..
I agree with Mil-Dot, she is just plain evil, seen it in her eyes and face for years now, not to mention her actions.
 March 12, 2016 at 7:04am
Terri Schiavo was tortured for fourteen days. When a non-dying person is denied food and water, it takes approximately ten to fourteen days to die. And it is a grueling process.
Thank you for commenting on this matter. God speed.
 March 12, 2016 at 6:58am
You are correct. The eyes are the windows into one’s soul. Look at Brenneman’s eyes. She is empty and miserable.
 March 1, 2016 at 8:10am
Actually, this Rabbi does have the right to “claim that [he] speaks for any of us.” Everyone has the right to be stupid, to voice stupid opinions. Such stupidity, as exemplified by this Rabbi, simply calls for more free speech to challenge his stupidity.
 February 27, 2016 at 10:37am
The biggest problem with what Obama is saying is not the contents. The problem is that he is a relativist. In other words, he does not believe in objective Truth. “What’s right for you is right for you, and what’s right for me is right for me,” is his worldview. Another way of putting this is, “True for you, but not for me.”
But he contradicts himself by making an obviously–although liberals are constitutionally incapable of seeing this–absolutist statement that if we don’t see things as he see them, we don’t possess the truth, or we are not telling the truth. In other words, we must submit to HIS truth. And this contradicts his worldview of, “True for you, but not for me.”
Relativists are dangerous when they are in positions of power.
no that is far from true. i have known i was a girl as long as i can remember back to age 4. age 8 i made a birthday wish (you know the one wish you get a year where you can wish for anything) i made it to become a girl. so no it is not what suits them in any particular moment. we know what we are at a early age before we even hit puberty. i knew i was a girl as i said at age 4 i have never strayed from that. so no it is what we know not what we feel.
 February 22, 2016 at 8:44pm
What if the student never saw the “cleaning lady?” IMHO, a better test of one’s character is to tell the person to do something that is wrong, and see if the person agrees to do it or says that they refuse. Watch the movie, “Courageous.”
Regarding Al Sharpton . . . He looks more and more like a skeleton. What’s with that? Does he have AIDS or something?
[-1] February 13, 2016 at 8:29pm
If somebody “smoked him,” as Mil-Dot is suggesting, it would involve someone who believes that the “right” is going to capture the White House for the next eight years. Think Cruz or Rubio. Both are solidly pro-life.
 February 9, 2016 at 8:31pm
Thank you for your thoughtful response.
Furthermore, I do not buy this, “I do not chose who I love.” That is such BS. LOVE IS A CHOICE. It is not a bunch of mushy feelings–although the side-effect of choosing to love can manifest in affectivity. When we choose to be kind, when we choose to be generous, we can eventually develop affective love. I believe C.S. Lewis talked about this.
The type of “love” that gays are talking about, unfortunately, is actually lust.
 February 7, 2016 at 8:47pm
There is a serious flaw in the argument that we should reserve a “right” to an abortion for cases of rape and incest. To do so switches the argument that it is the circumstances in which we were conceived that give us our right to life. Either the human embryo is a person or not a person. It cannot both.