Monthly Archives: August 2009

Refreshing Honesty from China

Wow, the Chinese can be refreshingly honest. Both China and America are addressing bubbles by creating more bubbles and we’re just taking advantage of that. So we can’t lose. Lou JiWei

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Evidence for Intelligent Design Shot Down by Scientists (Really?)

The title of this article has me convinced! Okay, it doesn’t. It does, however, demonstrate the flawed logic that masquerades as science but is nothing more than pre-suppositional philosophy in action. The point the ID’ers make is not that the … Continue reading

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Ted Kennedy: Reality Check

What you won’t hear from the main stream, fawning, media. A reality check on Mr. Kennedy’s legacy which is far more checkered than will be admitted by the likes of MSNBC/CNN.

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Some Honesty from the Fed (Shock Alert)

What? A Fed official giving the “real” data on unemployment? Will wonders never cease? It’s really 16% unemployed, not whatever crap number(9.4%) the government puts out and the main stream media accepts without analysis.

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The Problem of Theological Perfectionism (I’m talking to YOU, Reformed Person!)

A very timely comment on why it is more important to evangelize people then it is to have every nook and cranny of your theology perfect. This is a particular problem among Reformed theologians/pastors/students.

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More Insanity from the Fed

Inflating the next bubble brought to you by Ben Bernanke.

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How the Fed Monetizes Debt

This is an excellent summary of how the Fed is monetizing debt, or in other words, printing money. It works really well…until it doesn’t anymore. Then we’ll be in trouble. The shell game that the Fed is currently playing does … Continue reading

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