Monthly Archives: September 2013

Bad religion as a source of anti-social sentiment

Ongoing Congressional fight to exclude food stamps program from the Farmer’s Bill gave rise to the food stamps/welfare programs discussions. Though food stamp apologetic articles suffer from the careful avoidance of stepping on somebodies toes and commitment not to look … Continue reading

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Pope Francis: Salvation is possible for everyone. Could Catholicism and American (Calvinist and Evangelical) Protestantism drift possibly even further apart?

Recent ruminations of the Pope on the theme of salvation for non- and “wrong”-believers highlighted a presence of the conceptual chasm between Orthodox Churches on one side and radical, Calvinist and Evangelical Churches on the other side, in treating the … Continue reading

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Antonin Scalia: Capitalism is not sustainable

The last week’s lecture of the Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia at the Lanier Theological Library in Houston, Texas caused a wide-range irritation across the aisle of the American political thought. Liberals rushed to ridicule Scalia on his stance on … Continue reading

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So you are saying you have to help “rebels”?

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Dear congressional Republicans, please, please, f**k him up…

Dear congressional Republicans, please, please, f**k the President Obama up in the upcoming vote on Syrian strike. Yesterday, in the Rose Garden Obama played a virgin pretending he has been outraged by the death of more then 1000 civilians in … Continue reading

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