I am not for war, but is it sometimes necessary? Ask Americans why we are at war and you will get different answers.
We provide healthcare for other countries when thousands of Americans can't afford insurance. We put our troops in danger for another country's "freedom". We have alliances that make enemies of other countries. We supply and support Israel. All for what? How exactly does this benefit America?
Should we continue doing what we have been doing or should we just stay over here and mind our own business? I am eager to see how other atheists view this.
actually, the proper grammar use of the apostrophe for It's is the shortening of it is. "Its" is the proper possession use.
I almost wrote the same thing about the apostrophe when I read doone's reply, I just decided it wasn't important enough to comment on. If you look at my title, when I changed it from "their" to "Its" the other day, I punctuated it correctly, leaving out the apostrophe. :D
i) He was referring to the contraction in that case.
ii) The possessive forms of personal pronouns don't use apostrophes:
@ Jaume - Grammar Nazi!