Understanding Sharia

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12 Responses to Understanding Sharia

  1. eubykdisop says:

    This is an informative video, SRAZ, and international in scope. Might I suggest that there are things going on here in the U. S. which are of keen interest to Conservatives which would probably be worthy of a few SRAZ articles as well.

    For example, the 2nd Amendment is strongly supported by Conservatives while the Liberal left seeks to bring about an unarmed citizenry. There have been some major developments recently regarding the preservation of our 2nd Amendment rights.

    In Colorado, two Democrat state legislators were recalled, voted out and replaced with two Republicans who support the preservation of the 2nd Amendment. This was a grassroots response to the passage of onerous gun laws in Colorado. It was a huge battle with the forces of the Liberal left and the Conservatives won!

    Now, from Chicago, we have this:

    “Chicago Ends Gun Registry, Eliminates City Gun Permit Requirement”

    “by AWR Hawkins, 12 Sep 2013”

    “On September 11, Chicago’s city council abolished its 45-year old gun registry and the city’s gun permit requirement amid pressure from the Supreme Court and the U.S. 7th Circuit Court Appeals.”

    “In 2010’s McDonald v. Chicago, the Supreme Court ruled against Chicago’s gun restrictions, making it clear that “every city and state must adhere to the Second Amendment.”

    “…[this gave] control of gun regulations to the state… essentially nullifying Chicago’s power to require gun owners to register their weapons and have a city firearms permit.”

    “Although cooperative, Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel says he does not agree with the 7th Circuit’s decision: “I think their interpretation is wrong.”

    http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2013/09/12/Chicago-Ends-Gun-Registry-Eliminates-City-Gun-Permit-Requirement

    Rahm Emanuel, Obama’s former White House Chief of Staff, just took it in the shorts on gun control! That’s huge!

    Not only is the 2nd Amendment important to Conservatives but Conservative victories, in the face of the frontal assaults by the Liberal left, are also important for Conservatives to hear about.

    Please don’t forget about the 2nd Amendment and please don’t forget to give Conservative victories some exposure. The troops need some victories to keep morale up! ;-)

    • Anthem Al says:

      I agree, euby. We, “the troops,” need to have our collective morale boosted. Especially this week. We also need to stop following self proclaimed “leaders” who send us out on hopeless causes in the Phoenix heat in order to boost their own profiles. I’ve collected my last petition signature, for anyone except the few my wife and I need to stay PCs. Dare I say we are tired and demoralized when the issue we believe in becomes part of a tug of war between egos and factions?

      • eubykdisop says:

        Hi, Anthem Al, and thank you very much!

        I hear ‘ya about petitions. I’ve learned to be very careful about where I choose to invest my time, effort and money. If I don’t see unmistakable signs of a well-organized and well-planned effort, with a reasonable chance of success, I don’t even get started. Been taken on too many “joy rides”. ;-)

      • Anthem Al says:

        euby:
        Good way of stating it! The congressional incumbents have plenty of lobbyist bucks and can buy their signatures. Local folks can too. I’ll take my own district legislators petitions out along with my own, but no more busting my butt for any of them, especially since I’m finally turning into a champion of term limits. it’s time to have a real citizen representatives and do away with sonority status. If they are all one, two or three termers, there will be no need to concern ourselves with this charade and gut longevity at the same time. On the senate side, two 6-year terms are plenty.

      • eubykdisop says:

        Well, I have reasons for not being a fan of term limits, Al, but we can save that discussion for another day when term limits are actually seriously in a position to possibly be enacted. ;-)

  2. Villanova says:

    Watch this for a shocking wake-up call! Then consider how many “childless by choice” people you know. Many prefer dogs they anoint with human names. Fido and Rover are definitely out! PETA tells us pets, and even insects, are the same as humans, and equate the slaughter of poultry for consumption with the Nazi’s atrocities during the Holocaust where tens of millions of innocent human beings were gassed, burned, subjected to grisly “medical experiments” and exterminated.

    The pro-abortion left tells us we have caused global warming, so the millions of dead babies are actually a good thing. When it turned out the earth was actually cooling, they dragged out a new term to keep the guilt levels up: Climate Change! Al Gore has become a billionaire riding this horse. We are chastised for our ‘carbon footprints’ and told America must do penance for polluting. (Never mind China, India, Mexico and other “emerging nations,” which get a pass.) Is it any surprise birth rates are dropping? The consequences of falling for this liberal nonsense are beyond alarming.

    • eubykdisop says:

      Responsible American citizens don’t have more children than they can afford to care for properly. With the Obama economy, it’s much harder for working citizens to be able to afford to properly care for children. For those on welfare and the government dole, it’s a different story. The government picks up the tab with Medicaid and food stamps!

      The “Great Society” welfare recipients don’t care about their children very much. They’re not too particular. They consider their offspring to be nothing more than expendable soldiers in a war. If some Jihadist kids blow themselves up in suicide attacks, the answer is to just have more!

      On the other side, Obama is working hard to increase abortions among those he wants to disempower politically. In that regard, Blacks are being thrown under the bus in favor of Hispanics. Blacks have outlived their usefulness to the Liberal left and Hispanics are now up to be used and exploited.

      • Attila The Hunny says:

        Although I agree with much of what you wrote here, I take exception to your response, “Responsible American citizens don’t have more children than they can afford to care for properly. With the Obama economy, it’s much harder for working citizens to be able to afford to properly care for children.”

        How many of our parents or grandparents grew up in far less than lavish circumstances and worked hard to make their way? The Great Depression was also the great leveler of the haves and have nots. People made do and worked to better themselves. True, families were mostly intact and they united in their efforts since times were tough. But if lack of money was the determiner, there would have been zero population growth during those years. Just the opposite was true. My father worked at two low end jobs in order to put his younger brother through college since they both could not go. Would that happen today? Probably not. It’s everyone for him or her self, and wearing designer labels, having the latest tech toys along with having fragile self esteems massaged, rules the day. Those who grew up in more difficult times didn’t have time to worry about “self esteem.” Theirs grew out of accomplishment not psychobabble.

      • eubykdisop says:

        I think there are a couple of things that you haven’t taken into account, Attila.

        During the Great Depression, America was a much more agrarian society. Children were an asset as they became helping hands on the farm. Many of their essential needs, like food, could be supplied by what the farm produced.

        Today, children don’t become a financial asset until they are much older and can secure a job, if they can find one. Food comes from the grocery store.

        You mentioned college. Not only is inflation outpacing wage growth in general but college tuition inflation is far outpacing general inflation:

        “Sky Rocketing College Costs”

        “by Gordon H. Wadsworth, June 14, 2012”

        “Economists predict the cost of attending state colleges will soar to $120,000 by 2015. Currently over $40 billion in student loan debt has forced many former students into financial bondage or even bankruptcy.”

        “College tuitions soar each year, advancing far in excess of the inflation rate. The overall inflation rate since 1986 increased 115.06%, which is why we pay more than double for everything we buy. On the other hand, during the same time, tuition increased a whopping 498.31%.”

        Actually, Attila, population growth declined markedly during the years of the Great Depression and so too, of course, did the total U. S. population as you can see for yourself in the statistics found at this link:

        http://www.npg.org/facts/us_historical_pops.htm

      • eubykdisop says:

        Correction: The population DID continue to increase during the Great Depression but the RATE of increase declined markedly. There was much slower population growth.

        Sorry about that! ;-)

      • Attila The Hunny says:

        The (legal immigrant) family I described was not a farm family. They lived in Brooklyn, New York and had 6 children in a small walk up brownstone apartment, a hallway bathroom shared with other families on the same floor and hot water twice a week. The parents learned English and the American born children learned it when they began school. They were all proud Americans and the grandchildren of the original impoverished couple are all professionals, since education was instilled as a priority.

      • eubykdisop says:

        That’s an interesting story, Attila, but it isn’t doesn’t address the core issues raised.

        First of all, you skipped over your assertion that “Just the opposite was true” regarding population growth. Population growth did in fact decline during the depression as evidenced by the data I linked to.

        Secondly, it doesn’t speak to the situation today regarding tuition inflation which is making higher education progressively out of reach for more and more Americans.

        Finally, it doesn’t change the fact that during the Great Depression over 20% of the population were farmers and most recently only 1% of the population are involved in farming with only 45% of that 1% claiming farming as their principal occupation.

        So your true life story is good and inspiring but it doesn’t speak to the issues raised. ;-)