Walter Williams presents a compelling argument for the legality of secession. The march toward the European model even supports this solution when considering autonomy. Scotland has obtained limited autonomy from the United Kingdom in its centuries-long struggle and could be used as a model here in the U.S. Not all things in Europe should be considered without merit.
I wanted to let you know that I heard your interview on Hebrew Nation Radio and want to thank you for your efforts in standing for righteousness and conservatism.
It is so refreshing to know that your news source is based on truth. I appreciate your boldness and encourage you and your wife to continue your Bible studies and opportunities to expose truth wherever you can. You have great influence in a day when Yahweh’s word is so desperately needed. I have found that prophecy is a good way to begin conversation with those who are not interested in biblical things.
Thanks again for all you are doing. Sha ... continue reading »
That serial alarmist professor Tim Flannery, says “Solar and wind could be the cheapest form of power by 2030, if not earlier, as carbon prices (he means taxes) rise.”
That is like me saying that I could beat Roger Federer at tennis as long as he is forced to use a cricket bat instead of a tennis racquet. Or I could outrun Cathy Freeman as long as she has her shoelaces tied together by race officials.
Demolition is easy. Any industry can be destroyed by taxing it to death while subsidizing its competitors. So the ... continue reading »
[To Joseph Farah:] I enjoyed your column entitled “How old is the Earth?” Marco Rubio answered well. But physics answers best.
This issue was settled nearly 100 years ago with acceptance of the Special Theory of Relativity, which has since become one of the most proven theorems in physics. There is no real argument of six days versus 13 billion years, for they are the same measurement. Time is not a fixed measurement. Instead, time measurements depend on the platforms of the observer. For the same event, a moving observer will measure a time that is less than that which a stat ... continue reading »
When considering Susan Rice for secretary of state, lawmakers should remember that Ms. Rice knew that the president called the attack a terrorist act the day after it occurred. Yet she blindly accepted the intelligence report without questioning its accuracy, staking her reputation on its validity even though it contradicted the president’s position. As secretary of state, she can be expected to be a yes-person to the intelligence community even though faulty intelligence is widely accepted as the cause of the Iraq War.
I would like to know why there have been no charges from anyone to get Obama impeached. There are several charges that could be brought against him, starting with criminal negligence!