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« To thine own self | Main | "Ripping the polite facade off the mainstream media’s last gasps" »

November 05, 2006


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You have laid bare the crux of the problem which Western Civilization faces to survive. Most secular people don't understand the power of complete religious belief. I was a true believer in my childhood and can remember. I don't know as we can make agnostics and atheists into fervent Christian believers, but they had better understand the power of religion and be prepared to fight to protect the moral principles of their Judeo-Christian heritage. As you say, preserve the moral character of the "Shining City upon a Hill"


It's my opinion that people with a strong moral center are better able to survive pretty much anything - even their own stupid choices! Certainly that's been my experience!

Ms. Miller Rocks...

so does SISU...

anyone getting nervous?

hoping Ms. Willis will give Joe a healthy insight, about why he should no longer embrace the Democrat Party...

he needs a little help with that silly need to tax everyone and everything as well.

but, i wouldn't mind it, if he moved to NY to run for the Senate against Hillary...

can anyone help us in this problem area?

Amen, Goomp !

As an atheist, the phrase "some sort of moral direction" certainly seems ambiguous. As Dr. Norman Finkelstein recounted of his mother's experience in the camps, she often said that, being "too delicate and refined, the best didn't survive." http://www.normanfinkelstein.com/article.php?pg=18&ar=1

There is no benefit in clinging to an irrational view to explain an existence that by its very nature is nasty, brutish, and short.

"The belief in a supernatural source of evil is not necessary; men alone are quite capable of every wickedness." ~ Joseph Conrad

Hey, cutie pie . . . I agree with you about human nature . . . We all harbor evil in our hearts . . . I think that channeling it towards the good -- life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness -- is where it's at.

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