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Politics/Science/Philosophy/Ideology / Re: Kavanaugh Confirmation
« Last post by Phidippides on October 08, 2018, 08:23:50 AM »
Yeah, I am thankful to God that Kavanaugh was confirmed.  It shows that the mob may be loud, but it does not rule.  Did you see that video of people trying to claw their way through the doors when he was being sworn it?  Or some of the other wacky videos of protestors?  If Kavanaugh had been rejected, it would have emboldened them.  This was also a rejection of other things, such as Democrat under-handedness, the mainstream media, the weaponized #metoo movement, Michael Avenatti.

Yes, another feather for Trump's cap.
Politics/Science/Philosophy/Ideology / Re: Kavanaugh Confirmation
« Last post by skiguy on October 06, 2018, 06:36:29 AM »
Scary yes.  But isn't it interesting that even with an all out assault on anything Trump he still comes out winning.  Gotta love it!!!  8)
Politics/Science/Philosophy/Ideology / Kavanaugh Confirmation
« Last post by Phidippides on October 03, 2018, 04:51:17 PM »
This has been one of the most contentious times in recent political memory.  It feels like Vietnam between the left and the right; both sides battling it out over one man.  The left attacking him with its arsenal of weapons, most likely because of abortion and what they fear could come in the future.  Note that before Kavanaugh was nominated, virtually no leftists outside D.C. would have even recognized his name.  Now, he's enemy number one. 

I really hope that he is confirmed.  If not, the travesty of justice would be high, as it would show the Democrats as a truly Macchiavelian party.  Of course, if he is confirmed, this will results in the left going even more ballistic and possibly attempting even crazier things. 

Scary times. 
Biblical Studies / Verses for occasions
« Last post by Phidippides on October 01, 2018, 04:56:48 PM »
Saw this on Twitter and thought it was kind of neat.
Bible Emergency Numbers: Quick Reference Guide
The only hope that the Left would have to win a shooting war would be to take control of the government and use the army against the populace or invite the UN to invade with a coalition of foreign armies.
Politics/Science/Philosophy/Ideology / Re: Getting real sick of Leftism
« Last post by Donald Baker on September 23, 2018, 12:56:52 PM »
Trump is playing 3d chess while everyone else is stuck in 2d.
Politics/Science/Philosophy/Ideology / Re: Getting real sick of Leftism
« Last post by Phidippides on September 22, 2018, 11:26:56 PM »
Are you talking about the Rod Rosenstein story?  I can't right now if he seriously considered that, or if perhaps the story was used by the New York Times to bait Trump into firing Rosenstein, thereby triggering a huge political backlash which could end in Trump's impeachment.  In any case, my feeling is that Trump could use this to his advantage.  Assuming Rosenstein was actually joking around when he said it, Trump could use the opportunity to a) bash the NY Times' credibility unlike ever before, b) keep Rosenstein in place, and c) have Rosenstein's gratitude because he wasn't canned.  This could actually turn into a big political winner for Trump.
Victor Davis Hanson has an article out:

Are We on the Verge of Civil War?

He doesn't really answer the question he poses, though.  But what I found great was the first comment by "Vitorious", that begins:
To my fellow progressives:
If there is a civil war, we need to map a few things out. First, there are more guns in the country than people, we own almost none of them. The other side is well armed and motivated, they actually use their firearms so that's something we need to catch up on...

Politics/Science/Philosophy/Ideology / Re: Getting real sick of Leftism
« Last post by Donald Baker on September 22, 2018, 11:46:52 AM »
Can you believe the Left actually tried to remove Trump from office?  Some have said they tried a silent coup.  I fear they might try to harm him if he wins a second term.
Christian Legacies Main Forum / Re: Favorite line from the Bible
« Last post by Phidippides on September 17, 2018, 01:06:46 AM »
Mine might be John 6:68: "“Master, to whom shall we go? You have the words of eternal life."
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