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Shame On Franklin Graham!

  William Franklin Graham III (born July 14, 1952), known publicly as Franklin Graham, is an American Christian evangelist and missionary. He is the president and CEO of both the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association (BGEA) and the international Christian relief organization Samaritan’s Purse. Check out these recent comments by Mr. Graham in response to the … Continue reading

AT&T Seeks More of Our Money with Buyout of T-Mobile

AT&T announced the buyout of T-Mobile for $39 Billion from Deutsche Telekom AG that would make it the largest cellphone company in the United States. I wonder if this makes anyone uncomfortable. If that does not make you uncomfortable in itself, then certainly a statement from AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson who said one of the … Continue reading

Libyan No-Fly Zone, NATO, and the Cycle of Stupidity

I find it very interesting that the world and certainly the political complex suffers from short-term memory when it comes to alliances and conflict. Sometimes I feel like a kindergarten teacher…”Ok, class…class…now pay attention, what happened the last time the Americans bombed Libya and Gaddafi into submission?” I will tell you what happened. He made … Continue reading

Is it Time for the Apocalypse Yet?

By now, we all know in part the level of devastation that the recent 8.9 magnitude earthquake just off the coast of Japan has caused. It has become known as the largest magnitude earthquake in recorded history in Japan and the fifth largest earthquake worldwide since 1900. In the 24 hours before the quake in … Continue reading

Libyan No-Fly Zone?

      The fight over whether to employ a No-Fly Zone over Libya has been a much heated debate within the last few weeks. I believe we have to consider many hard to answer questions or points.     Here are eleven: How do we stop the Pro-Government troops from bombing their own citizens … Continue reading

World War II at Wal-Mart!

It is strange how many people see their travels as only the list of where they may have gone on vacation throughout their lives. That is certainly an important part of their travels, but certainly not the sum. Every once in a while, you enter into a situation during what seems to be just another … Continue reading

Richard Dawkins, Sam Harris, Deepak Chopra and the Arguments to Nowhere

We live in a world today where people enjoy being the pinnacle of intelligence. The bully around their circles posturing themselves as the spokespeople for their faiths or lack thereof. It does not matter if that faith or belief is that of atheists such as Richard Dawkins or Sam Harris. It does not matter if … Continue reading

Google Unleashed the Algorithm that Destroyed Your Farm

Like a giant “Neo”, Google has unleashed its new algorithm onto the internet in an effort to destroy the foothold of the numerous amount of content farms online. For those of you who don’t know what an algorithm has to the internet, I will explain in a moment. For those of you who do not … Continue reading

Gaddafi, Virgin Bodyguards, and the Butcher of Man

Every once in a while a unique character pops up in the world and makes everyone scratch their head. Libya’s leader for the last 41 years has fit that bill enough for the entire world. Unfortunately, for the most part, it has been his outlandish attire and escapades that have drawn the world’s attention and … Continue reading

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