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[25 Dec 2005|10:26pm]

ladystrange2000
Excellent article about the slippery slope to legalized polygamy. Pass it around.

http://www.weeklystandard.com/Content/Public/Articles/000/000/006/494pqobc.asp?pg=1

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[25 Jun 2005|05:07pm]

jessex
Hey,

I was wondering if any of you could recommend some conservative scholars whose opinions/views are worth reading. Thanks in advance.
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intro... [05 Dec 2004|03:21am]

god_hates_me
[ mood | dead tired ]

i just joined this community and it's the first one i've ever joined (and i've had this journal for years). i'm glad there are communities such as this where i can actually discuss my view without being ridiculed. i hate liberals... especially in the media. the past few weeks leading up to the election i was bombarded with pre-recorded calls from celebrities that think i'm too stupid to decide for myself who i want running the country. hollywood pushing its agenda and then bullshit talentless hacks like greenday telling you you're a redneck for having some sense of values and morality. i also hate organizations like the naacp, i consider that to be a black kkk. it's an organization built from to ground up for the advancement of one race. they stick up for criminals, playing the race card. i'm sorry but i don't care what color you are, if you kill a little kid and blame it on slavery than you should be drug out into the street and shot. i also hate the afirmative action program, it takes away equality. because now you don't get a job or a scolarship because you work hard or because you deserve it.. you could be underqualified and still get the job because of your skin color.. sounds equal to me. but anywhere else pointing this out makes me a racist right? society needs to get over this notion that these minorities need a handout. if they want to be equal, make them equal and stop with the freebies. i'm pro-life, but in a way that's almost backwards.. i am pro-life because i don't believe in god. the way i see it is you live and then you die and that's it. killing unborn babies robs them of their only chance to be, they don't go to heaven, they just cease to exist, and i don't think that's fair.. and i also don't see how that's any different from killing a baby that's already been born.


i'm sorry for carrying on so much... i could probably go on for hours, but it's 3:20 in the am and i should probably be getting some shut eye.

guess i just needed to do some venting. but i guess that's what livejournal is for. ok, i'm done.

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semi-intro post [04 Dec 2004|10:31am]

hangingstar
I absolutely NEVER make intro posts. however, i feel this is a bit different than that. bear with me and you may see what i mean.

I'm a libertarian, registered that way anyways. I am a libertarian for one main reason. I do not like the religious aspect of the republican party. I dont think God should have any impact on policy at all. drug use, prostitution, and any other victemless crimes should not be crimes at all, but explorations into ones own interests. However, when a crack head robs someone for money, they need to go to jail. When a prostitute knowingly transmits STDs, sure legal repricussion should be sought (please forgive the disgusting simplicity of this post, i just woke up).
I am neither pro-choice or pro-life (im a guy, aside from morality, i have no business defedning the issue), however, i do not think that MY views necesarily should influence anyone elses. I dont think that the policy makers of this country should feel any differently. If anything, it should be handled as it currently is, on a state to state basis.
I hate liberals. I cant stand the socialist attitude of just about everyone in America these days. This country was founded for people to be free to get ahead on their own merits. If you want to work hard to pay for other peoples shortcommings, move to Canada. Build a time machine and go back to Soviet Russia. Dont spit your Marxist rhetoric about helping the less fortunate at me, because honestly, i dont care.
I was browsing this community and found that a lot of people here hold the same political and social views as i do. (especially Cthulhu, ive never once heard anyone else who holds my view on unborn children.) I find more in common with many of you than with traditonal republicans, or even my own libertarians. (lets be honest, a lot of us are whackos)

As i said, this was slightly more than an introduction post. it was to some extent, my way of saying "hey, i think jsut like you guys! but dont be hard on me for being a libertarian"
so, i have joined this community looking for some good talks on the Socialization of America andhow it needs to stop. Im sick of working my ass off so people can sit at home and collect a check for popping out babies. Im all for charity, just not when its forcibly taken from me. let ME decide who i should help.
anyways, if im not welcome here, let me know, ill glady leave. however, i hope thats not the case.

take care.
-Matt
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[25 Nov 2004|01:36pm]

laurennh
Name: Lauren

Age: 16

Why are you a republican?: Pro-life, I believe the government shouldn't be involved in everything we do, lowering taxes, you know the typical things

Do you have any problems being a republican surrounded by democrats?: All the time.

Political Persuasion (liberal, moderate, conservative, libertarian, Christian Conservatives): Conservative

How do you feel about the war on terrorism?: I think it should be stoped at all costs, along with Communists

Who's your favorite president?: Reagan and both Bush's

Where are you from? (if you don't mind): Origanly Louisiana, now I am in Washington

What political issue is most important to you?: Abortion

What, if anything, would you do differently from George W. Bush if you were president?: I would have closed and controlled borders. Therefor we will know who is coming in and out of our country
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[22 Nov 2004|02:03pm]
ursus77
If you are not religious, or at least do not let your religion inform your politics, do you find yourselves less conservative on social issues than religious Republicans?

I personally have no interest in overturning Roe vs Wade as it currently stands. I think gays should have rights to completely secular "civil unions." I think soft drugs and prostitution among consenting adults should be decriminalized.

I'm a Republican because I believe in small government, low taxes, a strong defense, and law & order. While I don't begrudge Judeo-Christian values, I think it should be a source of private inspiration rather than public policy.

What are your thoughts?
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X-posted [21 Nov 2004|08:55pm]

andrew_christy
Do you feel that the Republicans do more for the middle class than the Democrats? Why or why not?
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X-posted [20 Nov 2004|07:39pm]

andrew_christy
How do you feel about Jewish people? I've always been under the impression that you didn't like 'em because they don't believe in Christ (among other reasons) but I wanna hear what you think rather than what Jews or Democrats think you think.

Some quick backround on me - I was a registered Democrat for 16 years up until this November 3rd. I unregistered because I'm disgusted with the Democrats and John Kerry for running a subpar, at best, campaign and am looking to find out more about Republicans from Republicans rather than from Democrats. I'm also Jewish but in name only. I have (and have had for many years) numerous issues both with Judaism and Jewish people in general.

I'm NOT a troll and I'm not looking to start trouble. I honestly want to know more about Republicans.
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[15 Nov 2004|12:16pm]

rillifane
This is rather interesting.


A few excerpts from this article in a liberal publication.

Bush is not an idiot—and even if he were, saying so, over and over again, would not be a strategy.

If Bush is an idiot and he has beaten us twice, what does that make us?

Either their side is at least partially right on some fairly major points, or our side cannot articulate its way out of a paper bag. In neither one of those areas is the stupidity of the opponent a fruitful field of analysis.

Democrats are on God knows what cycle of fighting a class war that is of no interest to the class on whose behalf it is supposedly being fought.

Michael Moore...should never have been appointed Democratic ambassador to the working man.

If you were a blue-collar Democrat who had voted Republican for the past several elections and then somebody came along to lampoon you and all your candidates, how would you react?

...would you say, "These arrogant windbags have no idea who I am," and go out and get a Bush-Cheney sign.

The United States just had a hugely contentious, hyper-democratic election in which many people voted, nobody got killed, and the day happened to be carried by the other side. And what is the chic line for Democrats to take as a result?

"I’m moving to France."

Now that’s the way to get America back!
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The Evolution Sticker [15 Nov 2004|01:33am]

sisiphus
Lawyers: Evolution sticker decision month away; Attornies in case make final arguments; judge to rule

Read the article...Collapse )

Bananalysis:

1. Having a sticker blatantly declaring that the Theory of Evolution is a theory, not a fact, is unnecessary, at least as long as teachers are teaching what theories are to their students and not treating science as dogma.

2. The argument by the ACLU that the Cobb County school district "is doing more than accommodating religion" and that "[t]hey are promoting religious dogma to all student" is pure bullshit. The sticker says: This textbook contains material on evolution. Evolution is a theory, not a fact, regarding the origin of living things. This material should be approached with an open mind, studied carefully and critically considered. Nowhere does it say, "Believe God over Darwin!"

3. The school district is responding to the community, specifically the parents whose children are being educated in the public schools. "The schools placed the stickers after more than 2,000 parents complained the textbooks presented evolution as fact, without mentioning rival ideas about the beginnings of life." The parents are actively involved in the curriculum, which is only being admonished because they do not automatically buy into the Theory of Evolution. Now, I have already said that it is redundant to put a sticker in a textbook that tells you a theory is a theory, but the sticker is not promoting one line of thought over another, so if it makes parents feel better about the education their children are receiving and that their tax dollars pay for, then let the sticker stay on the textbook.

In sum: "The fact that it promulgates doubt, if that's true, does not mean that it promotes religion."
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250 tons: wondering what people on both sides think? [02 Nov 2004|02:12am]

xreeedactionx
[ mood | curious ]

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/6323933/

I saw the story on Fox News as well, but can't find the link right now.

Sorry if this comes in too late for voting- was more than a bit complacent at the time I saw it.

*hits self with rubber mallet*

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[23 Sep 2004|01:38am]
kernando
Beyond Belief: When will secularism be allowed in the public square? by Cathy Young at Reason mag online

I liked the mention of liberal environmentalism as religion.
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[06 Sep 2004|01:34am]
kernando
Any Californians, and of those, any Bay Area people?
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[05 Sep 2004|07:50pm]

stupify_me
Come on people lets spice this place up I got a few ideas to help get this place rolling and back on its feet but need some help from the maintainer. This is a good community. It's a chance to hear some one be against something with out hearing god be the reason. You could join here and be a god fearing person you just can't use him in your argument.
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Michael Moore's friends strike again [17 Aug 2004|02:09pm]

rillifane
Najaf's police chief, Maj. Gen. Ghalib al-Jazaari, said Monday that al-Sadr fighters broke into his family's house in Basra, beat up his sisters and kidnapped his handicapped, 80-year-old father.

Yes, Indeed, men that Michael Moore would be proud of. Courageous "Minutemen" showing us the dash and verve of crack troops. Oh what homage is due to such stellar examples of bravery and sang froid!
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[09 Aug 2004|05:28pm]

stupify_me
[ mood | angry ]

Every one please do your selfs a favor and don't even attempt to join anti_lefty. I am so pissed off I filled out their stupid application and everything. I am a member of elite groups like EIC, Usa_republicans. I also am the a moderator for Bush_Cheeny_04 and own my own community. Yet they said since I only have an account one month old I can not join. Give me a break I am probably more conservative/farther right then at least half of the people there yet my account is only a month old so I can't join. I am so glad I made my own community right_conserv and that it is quickly growing so that I can make it much better then theirs at least people can join yea so mine is moderated but I don't make you fill out some silly application. I take the effort and look at your bio past posts other groups and as long as you are conservative/Republican you are welcomed.

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does anyone know? [07 Aug 2004|12:39am]

luisantmark
does anyone know or have a slight idea of how many repubs that will be voting for bush verses how many are voting for him that are no repubs?
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[06 Aug 2004|08:27pm]

stupify_me
Hey guys check this out 59 deceits in F9/11

http://www.davekopel.org/Terror/Fiftysix-Deceits-in-Fahrenheit-911.htm#2000_Election_Night
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Two Issues [04 Aug 2004|10:10am]
sillybridget
Hello all, I am Christian but I joind because I'm interested in the "godless" view on abortion and gay marriage. I am often accused of not thinking for myself etc. because I adhere to a religion, and that I have no basis for my positions on these two issues. I'd like to hear from anyone who is against gay marriage or who is pro life concerning abortion, and how you "back up" your positions when attacked. I hope to gain some insight into why those who aren't Christian would take those positions.

Also, www.rightgrrl.com does look at the abortion issue from a non religious POV, if anyone's interested in that.

Thirdly, and this is a tiny thing, really -- the comm says "Christ-free", but "god" can mean a lot of deities and this is more religion-less than Christ-free, no? Just trying to make a distinction because there are tons of religions out there, not just Christianity.

:) Thanks for all responses and insights!
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all i want to see is republicans? yes [03 Aug 2004|02:52am]

luisantmark
[ mood | underestimated extremism ]

im just 16 and i see the point of religion and understand it isnt going anywhere but would love never to have to have it in a political area of the american way of life

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