These are my links for July 20th through July 22nd:
- A fifth of girls pregnant by 18, survey reveals – Education News, Education – The Independent – Almost one in five girls say they have been pregnant at least once by the age of 18, according to a Government survey published today.
- The Tax Tsunami On The Horizon – IBD – Investors.com – “Many voters are looking forward to 2011, hoping a new Congress will put the country back on the right track. But unless something’s done soon, the new year will also come with a raft of tax hikes — including a return of the death tax — that will be real killers.” — When you read this and you see just how much taxes will go up, do you believe Obama when he said those making under $250,000 will not pay any more tax? I certainly don’t.
- Vox Popoli: Mailvox: catching up on history – Was Lincoln really one of the best U.S. Presidents, or one of the worst? There’s big discussion both ways, with those that are behind him being the worst the ones that say that he violated a central tenant of the United States– that the states joined voluntarily and should be able to leave. Check out the end of this post to see what I’m talking about.
- Vox Popoli: More atheist ignorance – It’s interesting to be reminded that the god of this world is not the Almighty– it’s Satan. Many make this mistake to wonder why bad things happen in this world, or why there is evil, and they blame God, not understanding this simple truth.
- Vox Popoli: Why scientific evidence is less valid in law – There’s a big discussion in atheist circles about whether or not science has more weight than religion– specifically on the topics of beginning of the world and reliability of the Scriptures. What’s interesting is Vox Day presents 3 great reasons why scientific evidence is less valid than law: 1. Science is dynamic in nature (what is believed today may not be believed tomorrow.) 2. Science is not scientific evidence (Scientific evidence can be tampered with.) 3. Science is not in the business of providing proof.
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