Monthly Archives: July 2011

Below the Belt

Below the Belt by jitskesez Since I am not shy of controversy or controversial issues, myself, and love a good discussion, I can appreciate it that others also feel strongly on their issues and verbalize this in some way, in … Continue reading

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Pat Condell on Religion

Pat Condell on Religion by jitskesez As people probably know from reading previous blogs, I’m a Christian, so you will probably find it strange that I like Pat Condell. Correction: I love Pat Condell. He is so on target, especially … Continue reading

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Islam

Islam by jitskesez The subject has already come up in other blogs; and too much has been written about it already. And still I feel the need to write about it some more, and why, because many many many of … Continue reading

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Seeking Input!

Seeking Input! by jitskesez This blog will be short; it’s just a thought I want to throw “out there” and would sincerely like to hear what people have to say about it. Remember when you were a kid, and drew … Continue reading

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Pharisees

Pharisees by jitskesez I believe it was Marx who wrote, Religion is the opiate of the people. Often misquoted but also true is, Religion is the opiate for the people. It may come as news to atheists, but God hates … Continue reading

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Why Hate Israel?

Why Hate Israel? by jitskesez One can’t help but notice, especially among the more radical Left, that there is an anti-Israeli spirit governing public opinion. Their “meme” about Israel is as follows: Some Jews came with an army and cruelly … Continue reading

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Ayn Rand

Ayn Rand by jitskesez Since I’m an English major, you might expect this to be a literary review, but you’d be wrong. This is about a bone I have to pick, not really with Ayn Rand (after all, it is … Continue reading

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