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Part of good critical thinking is exercising your ability not just to point out the weaknesses in your opponent but their strengths. This and more sentimental issues help us compare and contrast Senators McCain and Obama.

Good clip.

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It’s amazing what’s possible with today’s digital imaging coupled with a great sense of humor:

Note: watch out for the surprise challenger.

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Like him or loathe him, last night CNN’s Glenn Beck became the only mainstream media source thus far to address on national TV the reality of the situation Americans are facing with the manufactured financial implosion – the direct threat of domestic martial law and a global financial dictatorship.
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Is God Above the Law?

This is a post i found in a ‘Pinoyexchange’ website.

bold is mine

http://www.pinoyexchange.com/forums/showthread.php?p=30569050&posted=1#post30569050

God the Father through His one and only Begotten Son Jesus Christ and by the power of the Holy Spirit solely and singularly created this Universe for His own good pleasure and will.

As such, God owns and possesses this Universe that we live in. He is its sole owner and possessor.

Being such, God has all the rights of possession and ownership regarding us and this Universe that we live in. These rights of ownership and possession are, among others, the right to destroy and the right to dispose of. These rights are inherent in creation, ownership, and possession.

As such, God in His sovereign and absolute power can even wipe out our existence and this Universe, and we can not complain about that, He being the sole owner and possessor of us and this Universe, He being our sole Creator.

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Is this moral? Is it even legal?

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Here is “The Great Global Warming Swindle” which criticizes the prevailing notion of climate change and the potential deceptions being perpetrated on a global scale:

Presently people award climate change and global warming with a similar reverence to established religions. No one dares challenge the idea, because it is assumed to be true, and to challenge it is considered irresponsible and immoral.

But scientific and critical scrutiny may reveal otherwise.

More here.

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Further on our ongoing discussion on Reproductive Health.

Fr. Joaquin Bernas wrote an interesting opinion about the ongoing debate about the Reproductive Health Bill 5043. He talked about the definition of abortion, religious freedom, and notably, the issue of sex education:

I would make special mention of the requirement of sex education. Sex education is a matter closely related to religious morality. Our Constitution allows the teaching of religion to children in public schools, but it requires that it be done only with the written consent of parents. A similar respect for the desire of parents should be provided for in the law. Our Constitution says: “The natural and primary right and duty of parents in the rearing of the youth for civic efficiency and the development of moral character shall receive the support of the Government.” As for sex education in private schools, any law on this should respect academic freedom which is also protected by the Constitution.

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