Ew, ew...That Smell!

Cavuto: Mr. President, we at Fox News are not the problem

The Tiny Dot

What Does Ted Cruz Want? #N3

Jesus Christ's success?

The 99.9% Syndrome 



6 Reasons Libertarians Should Reject the Non-Aggression Principle - Rebutted!

An analysis of an article criticizing the Non Aggression Principle.

First...if you are unaware of the NAP...view this video.

Here is Stefan Molyneux's Rebuttal of the article by Matt Zwolinski

11 Questions You Should Ask Hypocritical Libertarians - Rebutted!

Libertarians have a problem. An endless slew of terribly written articles slandering them with baseless and vicious assertions. Stefan Molyneux dissects "11 Questions You Should Ask Libertarians to See if They're Hypocrites" by RJ Eskow. (Original article on AlterNet)


How Hemp Threatens Greedy Corporations

I think this is a great plan...Extended NAWAPA

See Also: NAWAPA XXI: The BEST way to counter 'Agenda 21'

Thorium....why can't we do this?

Patrick J. Buchanan: America Says ‘No!’ to a Beltway War

How many Syrians should we kill to restore the credibility of Barack Obama? How many Syrians should we kill to impress upon Iran how resolute we are? How many Syrians should we kill to reassure nervous allies that Uncle Sam will forever come fight their wars for them?

In America, before we put a man to death, we prove him guilty of murder “beyond a reasonable doubt.”

Should we not set as high a standard of proof before we kill a thousand Syrians and plunge the United States into another war?


Thank you for praying: Obama Puts Syria Strike On Pause As Possible Diplomatic Solution Emerges

In a potentially dramatic change of course, President Barack Obama told ABC News on Monday that he does not expect any votes in Congress in the near term on the use of force in Syria while the administration takes time to explore a diplomatic solution.

"I don't anticipate that you would see a succession of votes this week or anytime in the immediate future," Obama said. "So I think there will be time during the course of the debates here in the United States for the international community, the Russians and the Syrians to work with us and say is there a way to resolve this."

The diplomatic solution is not final but it involves the possible support of Russia, according to news reports. Obama said a military strike against Syria would "absolutely" be on pause if the regime agrees to do away with its chemical weapons as part of a diplomatic solution.

"I consider this a modestly positive development," he told ABC.

Keep Praying For Syria

Mimetic Mondays: Reflections on Syria

By Adam Ericksen and Suzanne Ross

As the world wrestles with how to respond to the use of chemical weapons against civilians in Syria, we thought we’d offer you some mimetic reflections on the use of violence. Mimetic theory is an anthropological theory of human violence that has theological implications. The reflections in this article are from friends of ours who are guided by the mimetic insight about violence in their work as preachers, teachers, bloggers, film producers, activists and civilian peacekeepers.

What is the mimetic insight about violence? What you will observe in their comments and prayers are two basic insights: (1) that violence creates more violence as adversaries become mirror images or doubles of each other and (2) Jesus came to shake our faith in violence as a means to achieve peace. Jesus knew that we have persistently and to our own detriment relied on violence to keep the peace, and that in so doing good people lose our claim to being any better than our adversaries.


Soldiers and The American People Waking Up On The Obama Invasion of Syria

Dogs of War Slaver over Syria, Powder keg for Disaster

Abby Martin speaks with UK Parliament Member, George Galloway, about Syria war propaganda

14 Principled Anti-War Celebrities We Fear May Have Been Kidnapped

Where are they, now?

 Our government is yet again marching us towards a war of choice in the Middle East and our non-partisan, peace-loving celebrities have gone missing since late 2008. We fear the worst.

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Wacko Birds vs. Angry Birds: This Time it's War

The Syria vote marks a key gut check in the GOP's—and America's—conflict of visions
  | September 3, 2013

"We're losing, on a good day, 70/30 among the Republicans," Paul said. "But we win every day among the grassroots, probably 80/20, 90/10."

This coming week, which promises to be the most important and bitterly contested conflict of governing visions on Capitol Hill since the September 2008 votes on the Troubled Assets Relief Program, will put Paul's math—and lobbying abilities—to the test.

Read the article at REASON.com

The Truth About How The US Will Save Syria

 ...and other lies. Stefan Molyneux discuses the rush to war, chemical weapon attacks, red line hypocrisy, endless violence, the military industrial complex and blood soaked economic illusions.

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