This blog consists mostly of common sense responses to happenings (news articles, political events, etc) that just cry out for someone to say "WHOA! Hang on a second, here!" Too many people get away with just inventing their own facts as they bull-rush their way through an argument.

Unless you're dodging a taxicab or sidestepping a falling gargoyle, it's usually wise to take what time is available to evaluate and apply actual common sense. Good, old wisdom. It is, of course, my opinion, but I'll try to show why I think it's factual.
Thomas Paine said, "To argue with someone who has renounced the use of reason is like administering medicine to the dead." ... but I argue with drunks, egomaniacs, anti-gun Statists, Socialist/Keynesians and climate-fraud peddlers, too.

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Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Here's a radical, new idea:

Thou shalt be faithful to thy church and follow its teachings.
Thou shalt defend thy church.
Thou shalt respect women and the weak and shalt constitute thyself their defender.
Thou shalt love thy country.
Thou shalt never recoil before thine enemy.
Thou shalt make unceasing war against cruelty and the unjust.
Thou shalt perform scrupulously thy country’s duties, if they be not contrary to the laws of God.
Thou shalt reject untruth and remain faithful to thy pledged word.
Thou shalt be generous and give largesse to those in need.
Thou shalt be, everywhere and at all times, the champion of right and good and the foe of injustice and evil.

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