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Two good laughs

January 8, 2010 Leave a comment

I’m in a zany mood, maybe as an aftereffect of that last post, but I just came across two items that made me crack up.

First, the inimitable Ramirez from IBD:

Calling Al Gore...

Then, a slightly offbeat but hilarious exposition of the Gospel by Ann Coulter. Here’s the end, but if you have the time don’t peek. Enjoy.

Christianity is also the hardest religion in the world because, if you believe Christ died for your sins and rose from the dead, you have no choice but to give your life entirely over to Him. No more sexual promiscuity, no lying, no cheating, no stealing, no killing inconvenient old people or unborn babies — no doing what all the other kids do.

And no more caring what the world thinks of you — because, as Jesus warned in a prophecy constantly fulfilled by liberals: The world will hate you.

With Christianity, your sins are forgiven, the slate is wiped clean and your eternal life is guaranteed through nothing you did yourself, even though you don’t deserve it. It’s the best deal in the universe.



Two for the earth (and your pocketbook)

December 13, 2009 2 comments

(12/16: added Monckton-Gore file.)

Pardon another enviro piece, but I’d rather see our hard-earned money go to families, churches, and the Gospel than to chasing CO2 dreams. Again via

First, a great interview by Lord Monckton, a gentleman with a lot of class. That rarity in today’s superheated political environment, coupled with his command of the facts, makes him hard to refute. I bet the woman went away with some things to think about.

And if you think it unfair that Monckton confronted a poor laywoman who couldn’t possibly keep up with him, take a minute and a half and consider THIS standing offer by Monckton to debate the Great Gore himself, and then give THIS shameful episode, in which Gore ran the other way when Monckton showed up, a quick read. (One can understand Gore’s reticence, when he regularly comes out with absurd statements such as the earth’s core being MILLIONS of degrees.)

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