Some links that have gotten my attention:
Caution: Bloody Century Ahead Not for the faint of heart. I keep trying to disagree with Patterson, but…I…just…can’t.
Late-term abortionist George Tiller’s shooting death is a travesty, and his shooter most definitely qualifies as a domestic terrorist. No matter how deplorable I found Dr. Tiller’s actions, to fight the anti-life agenda by taking life is wrong and deplorable.
Obama has meanwhile assigned other abortionists police protection. One wonders whether or not he has assigned the same protections to military recruiters, in light of the recent shooting death of one in Arkansas by a militant muslim. Probably not. (And does anyone remember the name William Ayers, the president’s favorite domestic terrorist?) From Malkin: Obama condemns Muslim attack on Arkansas Army Recruiters…not
Every single pro-life organization has condemned Tiller’s shooting death, but the blame game is on. Many are blaming Bill O’Reilly for his honest and brave reporting on Tiller and his practice:
Kudos to O’Reilly. Without a doubt, any attempt henceforth to report upon and instruct people about the horrors of abortion will be deemed incitements to violence. We must resist this full-on. Women have the right to full knowlege about this horrific practice. Reporting on it is necessary and must continue.
And this article from American Thinker:
Do Liberals Crave A Master? It’s almost like many people, even if it’s not overt, do need someone to tell them what to do. Many conservatives/individualists like me often wonder why so many people not only accept but seemingly invite a person or group of persons (aka the government) to impose their agendas upon them. I still maintain that the individual and the individual’s freedoms are to be protected, first and foremost. A whole lot of people are seemingly content to kiss their individual freedoms goodbye in the name of “fairness,” or whatever. This article presents a possible diagnosis.
To whet your appetite:
It’s really interesting.
And I stumbled across this as well. I don’t know anything about the person or group that created this, but I just thought it was thought-provoking.
One way to answer an atheist: