Monday, June 11, 2007

No More Victims

No More Victims works to find medical sponsorships for war-injured Iraqi children and to forge ties between the children, their families and communities in the United States.

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Thursday, June 07, 2007

Paul: U.S. has rejected ‘Just War’ theory of Christianity

"Paul is the only GOP member of Congress running for president who voted against authorizing the use of force in Iraq."

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Monday, June 04, 2007

The Price of Delaying the Inevitable in Iraq. by Ron Paul

Most Americans do not anticipate a military victory in Iraq , yet the Washington politicians remain frozen in their unwillingness to change our policy there, fearful of the dire predictions that conditions can only get worse when we leave. They refuse to admit that the condition of foreign occupation is the key ingredient that unleashed the civil

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Hitchens vs Hitchens | the Daily Mail

Hitchens vs Hitchens | the Daily Mail: "Many decades have passed since I fancied the story of Adam and Eve was literal truth, if I ever did. Rather more recently I have realised the great warning against human arrogance that is contained in it, the serpent’s silky promise that if we reject the supposedly foolish, trivial restrictions imposed on us by an interfering, jealous nuisance of a God, then we shall be liberated.
As the serpent promises: 'Ye shall be as gods.' These may be the most important words in the whole Bible.
Take the enticing satanic advice, and you arrive, quite quickly, at revolutionary terror, at the invention of the atom bomb, at the torture chamber and the building of concentration camps for those unteachable morons who do not share your vision of a just world.
And also you arrive at the idea, embraced by Christopher, that by invading Iraq, you can make the world a better place. "