Tag Archives: evidence

Sinkholes: another effect of the Flood?

A sinkhole on a mountain trail in Tennessee.

Sinkholes seem to be a growing trend nationwide and worldwide. The last 24 hours has seen reports of two fresh sinkholes. One, latest in a series, opened in Palmyra, Pa., late on December 18. In Jersey City, N.J., another opened that same afternoon after a water-main break.

Lie of the year

Barack H. Obama gave one of the worst State of the Union addresses of his career.

Politifact.com made it official yesterday afternoon. Barack Obama, in describing his signature healthcare reform program, told the Lie of the Year. Everyone could have known that would be the Lie of the Year. What really matters is that Politifact.com could no longer deny it, no matter how hard they tried.

Here We Go Again! Self-inflicted hate

A memorial to a real hate crime. Self-inflicted hate crimes trivialize the real hate crimes we should remember.

 

Every story she comes up with has a lie!

– Co-worker of Dayna Morales

Last week, we were told of another self-inflicted hate crime: lesbian Dayna Morales, 22, the New Jersey waitress accused of lying about receiving an insulting note instead of a tip because she is gay. According to coworker Julie Howat, Morales has a “long history of lying” and is always in need of “sympathy and empathy.”

Comet ISON is alive – and has come back

Comet ISON and its course track, time-lapse photo

Comet C/2012 S1, which astronomers also call Comet ISON, did not die after its close pass at the Sun two days ago. (Source: ABC News) Yesterday morning (Friday 29 November 2012) at 8:11 a.m. EST, an object appeared near the Sun on Comet ISON’s course track. ( Sources: CNN, ABC, Huffington Post) It grew a tail and already has a corona 1000 times the diameter of Earth. So Comet ISON has almost surely passed the Sun. It broke into a few large pieces instead of thousands of little pieces.

MAVEN and NASA’s inconvenient truth

MAVEN lifts off

Yesterday, NASA launched its latest deep-space rocket probe: MAVEN. MAVEN, unlike Curiosity and other earlier missions, will study the atmosphere of Mars, not its ground. NASA hopes MAVEN will help them explain how Mars once held a lot of water (or water flowing very fast), and where that water went. NASA’s spokespeople say they want to know how Mars went from warm and wet to cold and dry in a billion or so years. But the problem isn’t with any process. The problem is with the first conditions.

Census data in 2012 jobs report false

Seal of the Census Bureau

News of Barack Obama’s big lie (“if you like your plan you can keep it”) has filled the airwaves, video streams, and e-mail lists for weeks. Now comes news of a bigger lie. Remember the report showing unemployment falling from 8.1 percent to 7.8 percent in August of 2012? Everyone who cared to know, knew that number couldn’t describe the anemic economy. Now we know why: that number had its basis in phony census data. That’s right: Obama’s Chicago governing style managed to corrupt even the Bureau of the Census.

Global flood astronomical date range

Comet Halley was launched during the Global Flood

Dr. Walt Brown, nearly three months ago, announced an astronomical fix for the Global Flood. When he did that, he provoked the precise sort of debate scientists ought to have. Brown, with his customary boldness, challenged anyone who doubted him: “Check my math!” Dr. Matthew Jachimstahl, a skeptic (both of the Hydroplate Theory and of the Bible), accepted Brown’s challenge. Brown recently released the full results of that challenge.

IRS scandal: employees speak

Logo of the Internal Revenue Service, the federal income tax authority

Two key employees at the IRS spoke today to the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee. They confirmed what the Committee hinted at yesterday. The Office of the Chief Counsel if the IRS had a hand in the IRS scandal. Those in that office did not merely receive information from the Cincinnati Office on Tea Party, Patriot, and other groups. They asked for it.

IRS scandal: top lawyer involved

Logo of the Internal Revenue Service, the federal income tax authority

The 2013 IRS scandal reached closer to the White House today. Two key committee chairmen in the House of Representatives sent a letter to Acting IRS Commish Daniel Werfel. In it they said some of the extra “review” of Tea Party and other conservative non-profit applications took place in the IRS chief counsel’s office. The problem: the chief counsel of the IRS gets his appointment directly from the President, same as the Commish.

Protesters v. Rioters

TEA Party to GOP establishment: enough already.

In light of the Zimmerman verdict, we have seen passionate positions both in favor of Mr. Zimmerman’s acquittal and against Mr. Zimmerman’s acquittal. Those in favor of his acquittal, cite the facts and the lack of facts in the case. Those against his acquittal, cite the plight of Black Americans. To be certain, there is a divide in this country that exhibits itself in many ways and has nothing to do with the color of one’s skin. The Zimmerman trial shone light on the diametrically opposed methods of handling discontent. It is the difference between rational thought v. irrational hate and manifests itself as those who chose to protest when they object to current events and those who chose to riot when they object to current events.