All Blog Posts Tagged 'guns' (5)

Killing for Fun

I just read an article this morning online about a group teens in Oklahoma who randomly shot and killed an Australian collage student and claim they did it "for the fun of it". All I can think of is, what is wrong with these kids? 



"...Charged with first-degree murder are Chancey Allen Luna, 16, and…

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Added by Nerdy Keith on August 21, 2013 at 8:04am — 44 Comments

Libertarian atheists?

Hello.

 

Let me start by saying that I am not from the US, but as I know most of the readers of this (great) site are from there, I am going to write it as if I were from the US of A.

 

Now, why is it that the prejudice stands at thinking of atheists as democrats? Why is it that conservatives are only thought of as being Bible-belt, Jesus-loving, creationist simpletons?

 

I consider myself a libertarian atheist. In all things "social" I would…

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Added by Alejandro M on March 8, 2011 at 1:25am — 24 Comments

Ann Coulter Should Take Her Own Advice

 

 

While discussing the individual mandate in the new health care reform, Ann Coulter claimed that not only is the mandate unconstitutional but Republicans should come out and impose a mandate that all citizens should be forced to buy a gun and a bible and that "there's a lot more evidence that owning a gun and a Bible is better for society than owning health Insurance."

 

Where to start...

 

Ok, first off, no.…

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Added by Amanda Artman on February 2, 2011 at 3:30pm — 4 Comments

Glenn Beck, America's Historian Laureate

by: Greg Grandin | TomDispatch.com



Americans, it's been said, learn geography when they go to war. Now, it seems, many get their history when they go to a Tea Party rally or tune in to Glenn Beck.



History is a "battlefield of ideas," as Beck recently put it, while…

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Added by CJoe on May 14, 2010 at 11:40am — 7 Comments

The Journey (my first blog, not a sappy love song band)

This isn't my first blog...and it probably won't be my last.

I admit that I've had dalliances in other places. There was even a long term affair with myspace, but as my life progressed past what I wanted family members to browse, the entries there became less and less sincere.

There is an anonymity to the internet. A sense of honesty that can be scrutinized by a thousand people (and as long as none of them are blood related, it's perfectly free.) There isn't much of a chance of… Continue

Added by Misty: Baytheist Living! on January 23, 2009 at 10:19pm — No Comments

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