Monthly Archives: May 2012
In a pastoral letter to his diocese, Bishop Mario Grech recently claimed the meaning of the word “family” is being destroyed.
Grech, the Bishop… Continue reading
Gio takes on the U.S. Women
American women are materialistic, selfish, and manipulative. Of course there are still good women out there, just not as many.
Are Black Musicians being killed?
This is speculation my opinion, not fact
We all know now that Donna Summer has passed. Only a few months ago so did Whitney Houston. One could say Summer was… Continue reading
After King Charlemagne died in 814, his empire was divided among his sons.
The lack of political control following his death initially brought chaos but also led to a rebirth in ancient… Continue reading
Sociologists Predict Minorities Will Become Majority By 2042
Census data shows that 50.4% of babies born in 2011 were Hispanic, black, Asian, or from other minority groups.
It’s the first year in… Continue reading
Philosophers Believe Sexual Relationships Require Gender Balance
Liberals are quick to criticize Christians about contradictions in the bible.
They claim we should be more “accepting” and “tolerant”.
So, why do we believe homosexuality is wrong?
Not just because… Continue reading
In “Brave New World”, Mustapha Mond & John “The Savage” Debate Advantages/Disadvantages
Chapter 17 of Brave New World examines the quality of modern life.
World Controller Mustapha Mond (named after Jewish Zionist Alfred Mond) is a progressive, liberal ruler who claims modern life is better because more people are “happy”.
John “The Savage” is a traditional, conservative, blonde European man who believes life is worse and likes the way things were. He criticizes modern society for abandoning real art, science, and religion.
Here is a condensed version of their discussion:
Psychologists Believe Children Need Mother & Father
Medical theories claim homosexual families do not provide children with a stable, gender balanced environment.
Dr. Henry Biller, a professor of clinical psychology at the University of Rhode Island wrote:
“There… Continue reading