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Atheist and Christian argue about hell (in a Starbucks). Atheist wins.
Christian: Hell is just God’s judgment upon the sinner who refuses to accept his love. Christian: You’re looking for rational explanations for mysteries that only God comprehends. Christian: God bless you, man. I fear for your soul. Tom: I’ll let ... read more
White House IS looking into ban on bump stocks, say Kellyanne Conway and Sarah Huckabee Sanders -as the deadly mods sell out nationwide
The NRA believes that devices designed to allow semiautomatic ... have in the United States. The bill makes it illegal for anyone to 'import, sell, manufacture, transfer or possess' trigger cranks or bump stocks, along with any other device that turns ... read more
President Obama's Ark
Finally, I want to share a portion of a letter from a man named Paul Bianchi ... might not be a source of income in the short term. The Board has allocated a portion of the school’s limited reserves as a special fund to try to help some families in ... read more
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More time on policy, less time on framing
Pyne refused ... men dying for no good reason; rather, let's have more praise of the sacrifice that was the making of Australia. You know, the full conservative, pro-Empire-was-great-for-this-nation myth that is spun about Anzac Day. And to assist him in ... read more
Heathcare reform needs all hands on board today - Update
But it does mean in the most profound sense (forgive the cliche which follows), we do not allow the perfect to be the enemy ... affordable public option be made available to every man, woman and child in the United States. I wonder why the public option ... read more
'Those first aiders had to play Roman Emperor by saying who lived and who died': Manchester bomb victim slams 'offensive' report criticising response of emergency services ...
The report refused to say whether the delays led to extra deaths ... Suicide bomber Salman Abedi detonated his home-made device at 10.31pm on May 22, last year, in the foyer of Manchester Arena as 14,000 people streamed out at the end of an Ariana Grande ... read more
Stories for June 2011
A Siloam Springs man who died ... decided his college football future was headed east rather than west. posted: 06/30/2011 4:32 a.m. Japan OK with rub on Woods Tiger Woods has lost more than his share of endorsement deals in the United States in the ... read more
A New Idolatry: Foreskin Restoration
It’s a thing among a small number of men who suffer from rare disorder called “phimoses ... A fall is not good enough: it must be a ridiculous fall. Foreskin restoration? I don’t care who you are, I can promise you this: there is only one kind ... read more
How the PM can make his next 100 days better
Tony Abbott's former adviser Terry Barnes offers four suggestions for how the Prime Minister can learn from his first 100 days in office and ... abolishing the previous government's debt ceiling to allow the deficit to grow rather than shrink; and, having ... read more
Send us your health care questions
Health care reform has become quite a contentious issue over the weeks. Actually, make that years, or decades, depending on how you look at it. The rhetoric has ramped up on all sides of this debate and politicians, special interest groups and members of ... read more