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News Item5/31/19 6:41 PM
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While I grant there is Commerce Clause "Navigable Servitude" justifying Federal regulation of shared waters, not every case is like this. Also, the Commerce Clause surely wasn't meant to entail every issue remotely tangential to commerce. Or come to think of it, commerce could be used to justify a less-regulated environment allowing *more* pollution.

States already have water rights laws in place (BTW, a concern for water harvesters), so it seems a natural extension to address water quality as well as consumption. But States' Rights have been given a bad name thanks to certain people.


News Item5/29/19 9:35 AM
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Jim Lincoln wrote:
Well, Neil, even if her article is correct about Osteen and Trump, apparently you don't like her credentials?
Her claims are as half-baked and amateurish as her credentials.

Maybe an appointment with Gil Rugh would help your unhealthy obsession with a political personality.


News Item5/28/19 11:38 AM
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Jim Lincoln wrote:
excerpt from, "The Cheap Prosperity Gospel of Trump and Osteen"
Jim respects this academic phony:
www.sas.upenn.edu/religious_studies/faculty/butler

"Africana Studies" - the main value of such ridiculous "Liberal Arts" programs is cultivating the ability to couch outrageous fallacies in erudite language.


News Item5/25/19 7:54 PM
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That bark shield could've come from anywhere – recent finds suggest that the ancient world had more trade than popular accounts admit. Chinese imports have been found at ancient Roman sites. And garnet inlay, found in very high-quality Anglo-Saxon gold items from Sutton Hoo (England), could've come from mines in S. Asia.

I imagine ancients would have a good laugh at what modern scholars say about them.


News Item5/23/19 12:49 PM
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And should we expect Venezuelans to learn from this and repent from supporting a home-grown socialist regime? I'm not banking on it. Look at France and Britain, which have had socialist policies entrenched for generations now, yet I see no desire by Yellow Vests or Brexiters to return to a more libertarian, La Belle Époque social order. Or what part of LBJ's Welfare State has ever been repealed?

The best hope for dismantling socialism is when it has been imposed by a hated outsider, such as in E. Europe. Otherwise, it's like a Black Hole that cannot be escaped, for what voter will renounce an "entitlement," no matter how destructive it may be in the long run?

This is the evil genius of Leftist ideology, that appeals to the worst tendencies of fallen human nature.


News Item5/22/19 1:21 PM
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You won't hear this from the History Channel, but France's defeat in 1940 was in large measure a result of Socialist policies. Her armaments industry was nationalized and hobbled by work rules, and Popular Front politicians were more afraid of de Gaulle's proposal for a professional Army (with armored divisions) than of the Germans. Productivity was so poor, the French had to go warplane-shopping in America.

News Item5/22/19 11:31 AM
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"During the next 50 years, do you think most of the nations of the world will have a democratic government, a communist government or a socialist government?"

What an absurd question! Now I've even less inclined to take Gallup seriously. "Democracy" is independent of what degree of control over the economy a gov't has. Maybe the people will foolishly elect themselves a socialist regime, as Venezuela did, so they can get "free" stuff. France and Britain have enacted many Socialist policies over the years, yet are still labeled "democracies."

Or by contrast, consider Singapore, which is very capitalistic (no min wage) and has low corruption, yet it's dominated by a single party and is more authoritarian than Amnesty Int'l would like.


News Item5/2/19 1:46 PM
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Wayfarer pilgrim wrote:
Hey Neil,
You’re making my point with precision.
"the louder the protest, the more guilty the party." Did you take a detailed survey of your benighted students to discover this, and if so, how do you know this applies everywhere else?

And how do you judge my "protest" to be "loud?" You're the teacher, so show me how to make it quieter for you. Or am I not supposed to protest at all, so you can continue accusing Reformed people of endorsing pogroms or whatnot?


News Item5/2/19 1:42 PM
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Xi may get a more enthusiastic reception at Western universities, which have long been seminaries of Marxism.

News Item5/2/19 11:05 AM
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Wayfarer pilgrim wrote:
I’m a retired teacher...
...which proves nothing about your credibility.

News Item5/2/19 11:02 AM
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"Researchers admit they cannot prove the connection"

...which means this "news" is no better than hearsay.


News Item5/1/19 1:31 PM
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Wayfarer pilgrim [and Jim too] wrote:
Yet a denomination built on the teaching of the reformers has a great propensity with inadvertently dismissing Israel as a history lesson and a not spiritual or promised future.
I'm unsurprised and disgusted that people here would bring up the "Replacement Theology is Antisemitic" Strawman popular with Dispensationalist authors (e.g. Barry Horner). They are imitating the bullying leftists use against conservatives: Guilt By Association.

1 Cor. 6:3: "Know ye not that we shall judge angels?"
From what I've seen lately among Christians, I fear for the angels!


News Item4/24/19 11:30 AM
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Dr. Tim wrote:
... At least 27 presidents did not share tax returns with the public and the press.
There haven't been that many Presidents since the 1913 Revenue Act.

News Item4/24/19 11:21 AM
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Jim Lincoln wrote:
Every other president has given his tax return, why shouldn't Trump-- unless he has something to hide.
Because tax returns are supposed to be private. Would you like *your* tax return made public?

This "President's Tax Return" thing has always been an empty political stunt. I commend Trump for not publicizing his; I fail to see where Presidents resign their right to privacy here.


News Item4/23/19 4:06 PM
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Jim Lincoln wrote:
It's a good thing that Russia and China aren't seriously looking for the missing F-35?
We don't know for sure, but they have stealth fighters anyway: Su-57, Chengdu J-20. How good are they? Good luck finding an informed *and* neutral critique since informed sources are usually insiders.

News Item4/23/19 3:38 PM
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John Lee wrote:
...a better book to read by anyone, including IFB's, would be "The Reformed Pastor" by Richard Baxter.
I have a secondhand impression (glad to correct if possible) that Baxter was not wholly on board with the "Doctrines of Grace." That said, his pastoral care was exemplary, so on that account his book would be worthwhile. His "Christian Directory" is absolutely packed with advice. The productivity of Puritan authors, in an age of quill pens and candlelight, is astounding.

He was busted by Lord Jeffreys, presumably for being politically incorrect somehow.


News Item4/23/19 12:40 PM
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"Disappeared from radar..." I assume they had a reflector deployed, for otherwise, F-35s are supposed to have a low radar signature.

"Jack of all trades, master of none" will be the F-35's epitaph. And it has been a huge Pentagon money pit, "too big to fail" for many Congressional districts. Democrats like Sen. Proxmire used to complain about this, but no longer. At least Trump has, though I doubt he'll do anything about it.


News Item4/22/19 11:09 AM
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Not as many 16 yr-olds on the road as before? Maybe auto execs don't like it, but it's fine with me, esp. if I or relatives have to drive on Friday or Saturday nights.

News Item4/17/19 12:47 PM
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Youth in Asia wrote:
Don't these people pay the tax everytime they buy something?
Every time folks buy goods they pay sales taxes, which finance local government. Fuel is taxed both nationally and by states. Food is exempt except for booze and cigarettes (and pot where it's legal).

Tariffs are a form of indirect tax.


News Item4/16/19 4:15 PM
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Pastors have told me they get many phone calls from people wanting handouts. So I'm skeptical about claims that Venezuelans have now "gotten religion," whether papist or not.
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