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Re: “The Myth of Reaganomics

Packrat, 'peer-reviewed' is usually a biased leaning toward an hypothesis or theory that is liberal, naturalistic in origin, and screened by atheistic, philosophical naturalists when it comes to the Theistic/atheistic debates; or primarily the evolutionary dogma.

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Posted by CHG on 03/14/2016 at 12:36 PM

Re: “The Myth of Reaganomics

All the charts posted in the following article about Reaganomics vs Obamanomics are peer reviewed by such entities as the Wall Street Journal, Forbes, and the charts are daily reports from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Http://www.ijreview.com/2014/01/109489-rea….
but I'm sure Packrat can offer an antithesis that refutes peer-reviewed sources. A liberal idiot that has no credentials regarding things he can't refute as he adds false charts to allegedly refute Reagans well known data. The reason Reagan's charts appear to drop slightly at times is due to folks leaving the work force. Reagan's 'recovery' came from an expanding labor market, and not from a shrinking one. Reagan's recovery created 15.8 million new jobs, but Obama's policies has only produced 3.2 million over five years. And...fewer people are working now than six years ago.

Regarding FDR and Lincoln, FDR instituted the socialist society of communism with an all powerful government and social program prohibited by the U.S. Constitution in Art.1, Sec.8 gives the particulars of the duties of the Federal Government and what is not allowed is reserved for the States per the Tenth Amendment. FDR polluted our money with fiat paper, kept bombing Japan after they had surrendered, set up defunct battle ships for Japan to bomb in Hawaii. FDR wanted to impress England, whom his allegiances were more directed. Lincoln used slavery as a red-herring to cover up his dictatorship of a strong god-like Union. According to the contemporary writer Murray Rothbard, Lincoln prohibited blacks from entering certain Northern States, destroyed habeas Corpus, and sold blacks to the Caribbean Islands. See http://Mises.org. Secession is a godly, and a Constitutional way to deal with a tyrannical government to control State's rights. War-mongers and Communists like Packrat love this liberal garbage and non-peer reviewed material by a liberal democrat blind man. Gary Kroeger is ignorant and a liar in regards to his liberal views.

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Posted by CHG on 03/07/2016 at 8:52 PM
Posted by CHG on 03/07/2016 at 1:54 PM

Re: “The Myth of Reaganomics

Labor, education, and welfare are unconstitutional for the Feds. Art1.,Sec.8

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Posted by CHG on 03/07/2016 at 7:29 AM

Re: “Quagmires in Syria and Nashville

Correction: I forgot to give credit to the 'Tenth Amendment Center' for their comments on this issue.

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Posted by CHG on 02/26/2016 at 1:28 PM

Re: “Time for Hillary to Get Real

You only prove that her supporters have no integrity, honesty and can't be trusted. She lied before e committee, she has lied about her emails, she has lied about not having classified info on her servers, and will continue to lie. Her inadequacy for the position is so obvious but Obama has put the requirements for the office on the floor. It remains to see what her supporters will do if the FBI recommends prosecution. Although Obama already said he didn't think she did anything wrong. So like Lois Lerner, she may get a pass. The Democráts should be ashamed to have this corrupt woman as a candidate.

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Posted by CHG on 01/29/2016 at 4:16 PM

Re: “Pope and Change

"...Who said: "If someone is gay and searches for the Lord and has good will, who am I to judge?" If you said the pope, you win again..."


The Bible tells Christians to judge with God's Law, not some subjective standard. "Judge not," is often quoted; thus, they often misapply the words that Jesus spoke in Matthew 7:1. These words mean something and I believe we must properly apply them to our lives.
Some have taken these words of Jesus too far and teach that Christians must not judge at all. However, if that is what this passage means, then we have a problem because Jesus tells us in the very next verses and other scriptures that we must discern or judge certain things and people. Again, the words of Jesus are plain when he said, "Do not judge according to appearance, but judge with righteous judgment." (John 7:24) Also the term "discern" denotes: "a distinguishing, a clear discrimination, discerning, judging," is translated "discernings, judging by evidence whether they are evil or of God." According to Hebrews 5:14 Christians who are mature can discriminate or judge between good and evil. Therefore, the words of Jesus were not a blanket condemnation of judging. For instance, Jesus taught, "Do not judge according to appearance . . . " Now how many of us are guilty of this very thing? I know some who judge other because of the appearance of their skin. This is not right! Others judge and show respect of a person because of the clothes worn (James 2:1-10). Also, some judge others while they are doing the very same thing that they are condemning (Rom. 2:1). This is simply comparing God's standard of judgment, His word (John 12:48) and making proper judgments.
Things We Are To Judge
We must discern those with whom we associate (1 Cor. 15:33). We must judge preachers! Yes, people must judge those of us who preach the gospel. John taught the brethren, "Beloved, do not believe every spirit, but test the spirits, whether they are of God; because many false prophets have gone out into the world." (1 John 4:1). Each who listens to my preaching and teaching must judge me whether I am teaching the truth. You need to compare the things I teach by scriptures, not your opinion of what the scriptures teach (Acts 17:10-11).

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Posted by CHG on 01/21/2016 at 12:39 PM

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