From the news: "In the last few weeks, liberals were demanding that the President make climate change the focus of U.N. meetings in New York, but President Trump chose instead to make religious liberty his focus at the September 2019 meetings."
The climate frightened can always pray to their god Gaia. They have religious liberty to do that.
Cora Suither wrote: I personally think Graham is unfit to make any comment on another unfit person. Namely Trump. How can he support such an idiotic, immoral, self-serving individual simply because he's against abortion; as if abortion is the only issue we're dealing with. What about the Constitution? What about our system of governance? Graham apparently has his own righteousness and it is blinding him. So much for this southerner.
Anti-Trumpers do have one thing in common, Cora. They name-call and personal attack a lot, but provide little if anything on which of his policies they disagree with, and the reasons for their position. Why is that?
One wonders what percentage of fires are started by downed power lines? I would think a very low one. Shutting power off is a cover your butt move, which won't do anything to prevent personal carelessness. But it is California.
Jim Lincoln wrote: https://tinyurl.com/zwg8030 (Rendering To Caesar---A Biblical Perspective On Government). Read that, Mike. If you haven't looked at the very first article in my first message âť—đź‘Ť
Rendering to Caesar has a qualification- the things that are Caesar's. Who decides what those things are? Caesar? Caesar has his authority, and it is limited. Read Romans 13, not just verses 1 and 2, but 3 and 4 as well. There is no God-given authority beyond that. In any case, is there something in Scripture that says we shouldn't say uncomfortable words to the antichrist world?
Jim Lincoln wrote: --- "Mike Evans wrote: America never had stronger supporters in the region. This is not the first time the US has turned its back on this ally. The Kurds stood with America against Saddam Hussein and were gassed by the dictatorâ€™s military with a combination of mustard gas and various nerve agents. As many as 5,000 civilians were killed and 10,000 injured....
excerpt from, "Kurds are the Evangelicals of the Muslim world" https://tinyurl.com/y6jtzwv8
But Jim, don't you remember what your Dem friends said? There were no weapons of mass destruction? Bush lied, people died, etc? Maybe 5000 civilians isn't mass enough?
Jim Lincoln wrote: --- It's a good thing the Roosevelts, Woodrow Wilson and Harry Truman weren't isolationists excerpt from,"Top Military Officers Unload on Trump" https://tinyurl.com/y2h2myac
War is attractive mostly to those who profit from it, or glory in it. Naturally, the people must be convinced that their menfolk are fighting for freedom. Anyone freed lately? Remember, Jim, the last war we had part in winning was WW2. Ending a war by winning isn't a goal anymore, and I might cynically suggest it's because continuing fighting is more profitable than winning. The wars are getting longer, and no goals are set. Don't you ever wonder why?
Again, the issue with Jim's approach to things is that it seems to depend on who is in the White House. When a Repub is president, Christians shouldn't be involved in politics; when a Dem is there, it's render to Caesar time, and we shouldn't be criticizing a sitting president.
Jim is one-sided political, while imagining himself an independent.
Jim Lincoln wrote: --- I assume you guys are going to vote for Mr weld for president, he might have the moral qualifications which are certainly more important than anything else, any strange economic policies will be handled by the Congress.
You're concerned with morals, yet invariably defend Democrats. Interesting.
Jim Lincoln wrote: We can certainly hope Bernie gets functioning completely again. Even if one doesn't agree with is political philosophy, it's always good to see a person with integrity run for President ---
What does that have to do with Bernie? He's just another "some pigs are more equal than others" socialist. Maybe he'll sell one or two of his 3 expensive Vermont properties. You know, as a rich guy, just to show how humble he really is.
Andrew Marantz's book named "Antisocial..." would be more properly named Antisocialist. Socialist wackos hate the idea of free speech. Freedom itself is repugnant to them, so it follows. Blaming speech for the actions of lunatic murderers is typical of the left. That is if they aren't blaming the gun they used. Might as well disarm the people while stifling their talk. It's for public safety, don't you know.