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Feb 19 2013

A Welcome Clarification on the Second Amendment and That Militia Business

If, as the gun grabbers would have it, the Second Amendment does in fact only bestow upon military forces they perceive to define the “militia” the exclusive right to bear arms, and denies this basic and vital guarantee of freedom to individual citizen, then our Constitution is even more unique than previously understood. Our Bill …

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Feb 15 2013

Guns are Innocent of their Use in Human Hands.

The slaughter of the innocents in schools has revived once again the argument that guns are responsible for these pathetic deaths. If, it is argued, the firearms so basely used has magazines holding less ammunition, then the killings would have produced a lower body count. Such reasoning is obscene and demeans the memory of those …

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Dec 26 2012

End of the Year Letter to Family and Friends.

Among the things that often happen around this time of year, we are met with the phenomenon of the end of the year letter, often called a “Christmas Letter.” This is a means whereby some people insist on telling their relatives and friends just how good things have been for them in the year soon …

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Dec 08 2012

On Christmas, or No, Virginia, There Is No Santa Claus

  Religious Christmas is a festival of humans who tearfully celebrate unfulfilled expectations. This blog will usually contain new material. However, the following classic (hopefully) Edwinian writing has been in demand every Christmas since its first publication as a “Kagin’s Column.” In response to numerous (maybe three) requests that it be repeated now at this …

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Dec 03 2012

Atheist Victory in California Reported in the Guardian.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2012/dec/01/santa-monica-nativity-scene-atheist Be sure and check out the comments. Happy reading. There is still hope. Edwin

Nov 24 2012

American Atheists ask U.S. Supreme Court to Reverse Kentucky Law Requiring Belief in “Almighty God.”

American Atheists Press Release: Acknowledge ‘Almighty God’ or Go Directly to Jail Cranford, NJ—Everyday in Kentucky, due to a 2008 homeland security law, atheists and agnostics are potentially forced to assert that the public safety of their state is dependent on “Almighty God” or face criminal charges, including up to 12 months in jail. On …

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Nov 06 2012

Proof That Some Churches Are Trying To Influence Today’s Election.

For anyone who thinks that churches are not trying to influence American politics, please see www.MissouriFamilyNetwork.net. One of our spies in Missouri, who thinks that church and state should be separate, as the First Amendment mandates, emailed to advise that this Family Network voter’s guide was passed out in at least some of the churches …

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Nov 03 2012

Go To A Catholic Church Tomorrow and Help Hold Back the Darkness.

Learning moment. In Kentucky, and in many other states, it is perfectly legal to record a conversation, or a meeting, where the one doing the recording is, without the knowledge of other parties to the conversation or meeting, a participant in the conversation or present at the meeting. This is not necessarily the law in …

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Nov 03 2012

Go To A Catholic Church Tomorrow and Help Hold Back the Darkness.

Learning moment. In Kentucky, and in many other states, it is perfectly legal to record a conversation, or a meeting, where the one doing the recording is, without the knowledge of other parties to the conversation or meeting, a participant in the conversation or present at the meeting. This is not necessarily the law in …

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Nov 03 2012

You Are To Blame If You Do Not Vote.

Our nation’s Presidential Election happens this coming Tuesday, November 6, 2012. Get out and vote! Some say they will not vote because they don’t like either candidate. This sounds like the old farmer who said, “You can’t blame the mess this country is in because of me, cause I ain’t voted in 50 years.” Vote …

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