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‘…because they exchanged the truth about God for a lie and worshiped and served the creature rather than the Creator, who is blessed forever! Amen.’  ~ Romans 1:25

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Doug Wead (a former staffer in the Bush 41 Administration) details how Ron Paul has already won the election.

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 God commands us to be good stewards of what He has given us but, alas, folks have traded responsible stewardship for environmental idolatry so much so that, even with the best of intentions (as ill-informed as they may be), the result is inefficient…and authoritarian.

Take for example The Recycling Myth: 

‘So what do you do with your waste? Most homes have a number of trash bins for different kinds of trash: batteries in one; biodegradables in one; wood in one; colored glass in one, other glass in another; aluminum in one, other metals in another; newspapers in one, hard paper in another, and paper that doesn’t fit these two categories in a third; and plastic of all sorts in another collection of bins. The materials generally have to be cleaned before thrown away — milk cartons with milk in them cannot be recycled just as metal cans cannot have too much of the paper labels left.

The people of Sweden are thus forced to clean their trash before carefully separating different kinds of materials. This is the future, they say, and it is supposedly good for the environment. (What about the economy?).’

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To most folks, discussion of monetary policy is about as exciting as watching paint dry.  However, it really does affect us all–in our purse and our blood.

‘So, how important is it that oil continue to be denominated in dollars? Would the United States really wage war to defend the dollar’s status as the world’s “reserve currency”?’

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Mr Orwell, paging Mr George Orwell!

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This really is one of the funniest–albeit unintentionally so–things to happen in a football game!

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Written by ninepoundhammer

February 7, 2008 at 11:02 pm

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