Category Archives: Middle East

Common Sense Rules For Muslim Immigrants to the US


I’m tired of hearing Trump criticized for blocking illegal immigration and trying to protect us from invaders who mean us harm. This does NOT include all Muslims. It only includes the nettlesome/dangerous ones that we cannot and should not trust. … Continue reading

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Thoughts & Dreams


1. “They are treating this as a criminal act, not a terrorist-related incident.” — From an article I read this morning about a gun-man in the White house. WTF? There’s a difference? Maybe that distinction in terms is one of the … Continue reading

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Religion and Commonality Tactics


I’m presently reading a memoir written by an ex-Scientologist. I forget the name of the book. It’s on my Kindle and the title doesn’t show up on the top of the page like you might expect. Some books it does, … Continue reading

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Dark


Two old poems of mine stuck on my mind today for some reason…. Dark Angel He didn’t believe; he couldn’t… The wisdom of his honest heart and mind just couldn’t grasp the cruelty and nonsense of such an empty faith. … Continue reading

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Religious Morality and the Rampages of Muslim Men


http://www.wnd.com/2016/01/the-moral-dilemma-of-the-refugee-crisis/#! While I find this article interesting and agree with many of its points, I don’t agree with its basic premise: ‘“The John Adams Center explains, “Because the American republic is a free republic, therefore, it was designed for a … Continue reading

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The Message of Control


Perhaps because of my background, I’m immune to cajoling, suspicious of flattery, and hostile toward overt pressure. Whenever I’ve heard a preacher going on about heaven and hell and Jesus dying for our sins, playing on guilt, fear, and obligation … Continue reading

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The Vampire


Islam is like a vampire.  It mesmerizes and/or deceives its naive supplicants who have either been forced to accept it, seduced, or bought into its lies. The supplicants bare their throats to it; let it drink from them both blood … Continue reading

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