Heavenly Deception, Part I

by J. Paul Day In the 1970s, at about the time of imminent global cooling, the Unification Church was prominent. Commonly called the Moonies after their leader Rev. Moon, they became known for, among other things, the doctrine of “Heavenly Deception”; that deception is justified if there is a righteous …

Politicians and Hypocrisy

The news is out – some politicians are considered hypocrites by their fellow politicians. Many Democrat senators are claiming that a number of Republican senators are behaving hypocritically by opposing the current health care legislation.  The argument is that because a Republican Congress and Republican President passed a bad piece …

Just Another Spending Program

by Ian Stermer Obama has just announced a plan to use the $200,000,000,000 in soon-to-be-returned TARP funds to stimulate the economy, specifically jobs. Let me first state I applaud the idea of creating jobs as a path to improving the economy. The current “jobless recovery” leaves as many people homeless, …

The Unemployment Problem

Business leaders will meet on Thursday with White House officials in order to “ponder ways to boost employment.” After mistakenly promising unemployment below 8% if the stimulus bill were to pass, this administration has finally determined that maybe those who’ve been creating jobs and wealth might actually know something about . …