The Twenty Most Anticipated Movies Of 2010

From COED Magazine. From the A-Team (with Liam Neeson, Bruce Willis and Woody Harrelson, so probably not as horrible as it could have been), to Narnia: Voyage of the Dawn Treader, to Arrested Development, to Alice in Wonderland (directed by Tim Burton and starring, let me guess, Johnny Depp). You might argue with order of …

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Do Not Do Evil That Good May Come

That is a basic Christian principle. You must always do what is right. The end does not justify the means. Doing wrong so good may come is pride. It is the belief that we know better than God. But we are not wiser than God. Evil has a way of spreading, and sprouting up consequences that are not …

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Gordon Ramsay Is Not A Nice Man

He said some nasty things about Tracy Grimshaw. Well, boo hoo. He’s made a career out of saying nasty things about people. People like Tracy Grimshaw have benefitted from the publicity this nastiness has generated, and no doubt found it amusing. As long as it was directed at someone else. Underpaid teenagers working in kitchens …

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The Big Omission

I agree with David Goldman that the most significant omission from Obama’s Cairo speech was reference to the long-standing ties of the Jewish people to the land of Israel. Israel was not founded because of European guilt over the Holocaust. It was wrong to suggest this – not only factually wrong, but morally wrong. In …

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Fielding Asks For Evidence

Tempers erupt. But why? Losing one’s temper is usually a sign of insecurity. If global warming alarmists are so certain the evidence supports them, why don’t they just provide it? Instead insults are thrown at Fielding and anyone who, like him, questions the dogma of warmism. Such questioners are stupid, or out of date, or in the pay …

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