blaming the poor people for being poor “It’s not my fault I went to jail” –Every person who’s ever gone to jail more than once.
Modern Christianity: A place where the assertion that you should not make terrible decisions or have awful habits is considered controversial and offensive. I am extremely pessimistic that anyone who posts on (or probably even reads) this blog has any chance whatsoever to make any dent in the economic structure. We are all victims of […]
I don’t understand people who get outraged over people paying the tax they owe, but not more than the tax they owe, unless they’re other people that they like, and then it’s okay. It’s all very confusing to me.
I would say that ship has sailed. SCOTUS isn’t going to strike the amendment.
This should illustrate to people that the income tax is one of the most idiotic forms of taxation that can be imposed on a people. But of course, all proposals to abolish it are always opposed with the bitter cries of people who don’t understand that the the burden of taxation is distributed via price […]
If “thou shalt not murder” includes capital punishment, then Exodus begins contradicting itself in the very next chapter, where the death penalty is commanded for intentional homicide. So either “thou shalt not murder” doesn’t include capital punishment, or somehow, no one in the ancient Hebrew world had any idea what their own law meant, and […]
Lurker Tim had this to say for a while back Much as everybody loves to beat up on evangelicals for not caring about this or that, do we have any evidence that there’s been silence from them about global persecution? Looking at Christianity Today’s front page, I see four stories about persecution, 2 of which […]
Telling people they are wrong is MEAN. It makes them feel BAD. That is why true Christians support putting other Christians in jail when they are mean, banning them from adopting children for being mean, and teaching 14-year-olds about fisting.
That’s an awesome plan. Troll the trolls right back.
That painting rules.