Monthly Archive: September 2007

Sep 28

Are American Patriots Really Dangerous?

By Donald Hank If you enter the official web sites of mainstream denominations these days and do an on-site search for “nationalism,” you will find a plethora of scholarly articles denouncing nationalism. To underscore the importance of overcoming nationalism, the authors often point to the Islamists and virulent pan-Arabism. Even the traditionally more orthodox Baptists …

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Sep 12

I am a radical Fundamentalist (updated)

by Donald Hank   So was Mom. So was Dad. As far as I recall, our whole family, except for 2 unchurched uncles, were radical fundamentalists who professed a naïve belief in the whole Word of God.   And here’s the bizarre part: Not one of us misfits has been observed to strap a belt …

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Sep 03

HRES 590: Government as head of household

HRES 590: Government as head of household By Donald Hank The radical feminist movement tanked in the early 90s after domineering women’s belief system for 30 odd years.  People finally saw the hypocrisy.  When the N.O.W took no position on the Lewinsky case, it was obvious they only stood for leftist man haters, not traditional …

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Sep 03

Duncan Hunter wins Texas straw poll

Duncan Hunter wins Texas straw pollhttp://www.latimes.com/news/politics/la-na-strawpoll2sep02,1,729234.story?coll=la-politics-campaignVoters are a little torn these days. Fred Thompson talks a good talk, yet voted for McCain-Feingold and Paul Viguerie warns that he might be just a tad bit bushy for American conservatives’ tastes. Hard to say. The other GOP hopefuls each have a few fatal flaws or don’t seem …

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