Dick Cheney and George Bush sent our troops to Iraq for the oil. They made up the weapons of mass destruction to fool the stupid public. They have been found out, and they should be ashamed.
Now, We the People are asked to contribute money to wounded warriors?
These two should be liable to all our men and women who served in this needless war. Let them pay for the care and health of these soldiers they falsely sent to war knowing full well everything they told us was a lie.
The story on the Muslim human sacrifice is most interesting. How about a follow-up of the daily “sacrifice of the innocents” in our country, which amounts to 4,000 per day?
In 41 years America has “sacrificed” at least 56 MILLION.
There are a lot of mothers, fathers, grandparents and siblings who are now trying to live with the long-term consequences of having sacrificed their offspring. What a burden!
No wonder our society is so mixed ... continue reading »
Can anyone forget the New Black Panthers “obstructing” the election process in the U.S.? I haven’t!
What is the difference between the Russians (Vlad the Putin) strong arming the election in Crimea and New Black Panthers pushing votes President Obama’s way? None, as I see it.
Billy clubs verses paratroopers: “What difference does it make?”
How can the Obama administration muster moral outrage over Russia’s antics in Ukraine when Obama’s supporters do as the Russian do? Must be one moral standard exist in Eastern Europe and another in America?
Dear Mr. Farah,
I was hoping you could provide us proof that the scientific theory regarding the universe has been proven wrong.
P.S. Thou shall not bear false witness.
Dear Mr. Farah,
I’m sort of a fan of yours. One day I might be lucky enough to shake your hand, but it’s unlikely. I’m close to retirement age and don’t get out much, but you should know I think of you as a wise man who is helping shape our world.
It really seems you know the difference between good-sounding ideas and good ideas.
Thanks again for all you do.
Excellent column, Mr. Farah ["Meet Obama's favorite astrophysicist"]. There should be no conflict between religion and science. They both search after truth.
Truth is founded on reality. Something cannot be true in science and false in religion or vice versa. The trouble is that when science ignores religion it has only half of the truth.
God created the universe and science. Science did not create God. What science created is chaos without God.