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The Need for Common Sense

  1. 04th November 2005
  2. Martin Fannin

Would you build your own house in a flood zone on ground below sea level? Most would not do this and if they did, they would lack common sense. How about a city? Does it make sense to build and perpetuate a metropolitan area on land below sea level? The question might be—can it be done? Obviously, under optimum conditions it may be done and maintained if massive...

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Abortion: A Deadly Game of Terminology

  1. 21st October 2005
  2. Gary F. Ehman

What do the terms "thalamocortical pathways," "nociception," "peripheral sensory receptors" and "asynchronous" have in common? They are all words now used in the escalated, seemingly more sophisticated pro-abortion stance of the medical community. Based on a study by a team of medical experts published in The Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA),...

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The Stealing of America

  1. 14th October 2005
  2. Gary F. Ehman

"Governors claim oil companies guilty of gouging in Katrina aftermath" "Man charged with scamming in attempts to collect disaster relief" "Retailers accused of inflating clean-up materials costs" These headlines, and many others like them, scream out from newspapers, TV news screens and Internet Blog pages.

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See that you be not troubled...

  1. 07th October 2005
  2. Gary F. Ehman

Mental Health experts around the world report, with growing concern, that stress—physical and mental—continues to erode away the edges of society, resulting in increased suicides, family abandonment, elder abuse and run-away children. Heading the list of symptoms for this growing world health crisis is depression, defined as one's inability to cope with the...

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Hurricane Winds Bring Possibility of Wide-scale Famine!

  1. 02nd October 2005
  2. Carl Ponder (1939-2007)

As bad as the destruction and misery have been from storms which have pounded Florida and other southern states these last two years, their worst effects may be yet to come. If all the lettuce is wiped out, or if the English peas are destroyed, no one will starve, because the essential food sources for the United States are soybean, corn and wheat. Even farm...

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Hurricane Gridlock - Solutions?

  1. 26th September 2005
  2. Richard F. Ames

Saturday's hurricane headline read: "Running On Empty, Fleeing Rita, stuck in traffic." How can you flee when you are stuck in traffic? The approach of Hurricane Rita prompted nearly 3 million people—more than 2.5 million in Texas as well as hundreds of thousands in Louisiana—to evacuate their Gulf Coast homes.

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Vatican recruiting student Exorcists

  1. 21st September 2005
  2. Ray Clore

In mid-September Pope Benedict XVI addressed a group of 180 student exorcists at an undisclosed location near Rome. According to the London Telegraph of September 16, the students are following a 10 week course which includes exorcism rites, how to talk to the Devil, the tricks the Devil uses to fight back and signs of the occult hidden in rock music and video...

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Hurricane Katrina – Lessons Learned

  1. 08th September 2005
  2. Ben Whitfield

With all that's happened this past week life has certainly changed for many of us. My brother and I were in hurricane Katrina while visiting family and friends back in Mississippi this past week. My cousin's home was flooded as she lived in New Orleans and has moved out to be with her children in California and will be looking for work. Our mother's home was...

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A World of Refugees

  1. 05th September 2005
  2. Gary F. Ehman

Numerous individuals in the news media seemed appalled by what has turned out to be a refugee-like situation in the Gulf States because of hurricane Katrina. A large portion of the population of the city of New Orleans and other gulf coast cities that have fled the area will be displaced for some time, and some even permanently.

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Thoughts while in a gas station line

  1. 04th September 2005
  2. Gary F. Ehman

Sitting in a long line waiting for a gas pump to be vacated can increase one's awareness of social breakdown becoming a real possibility. The intricacies of our modern world and how closely dependant we are on others who live far away become glaringly apparent. One questions how a catastrophic storm—with such a beautiful name, Katrina, meaning "pure"— a thousand...

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