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On a related note, a Question evolution! campaign group launched a Question Evolution! UK blog today.  It appears that UK atheists and evolutionists, including Richard Dawkins, will be facing some enormous challenges in 2012 as well.
The death of atheist Christopher Hitchens - "Asked whether he feared death, he said ‘No. I’m not afraid of being dead, that’s to say. There’s nothing to be afraid of; I won’t know I’m dead.’ The tragedy, of course, is that he couldn’t be more wrong". 
How did life originate? Evolutionists and atheists don't have any answers. Creation Ministries International unveils their second Question evolution! campaign video which no evolutionist/atheist is going to be able to rebut. VIDEO
Trouble in paradise? "Hugo Chavez blasted President Barack Obama as a 'clown' and an 'embarrassment' who has turned the United States into a 'disaster' after Obama criticized Venezuela's ties with Iran and Cuba." 
Surging in the polls, conservative Ron Paul releases a compelling new pro-life ad. Dr. Paul observes, "Liberty is secondary to life. If you're careless about the defense of life, you can't be a champion of liberty." 
When God said, "Let there be light," where did it come from? Answer: from the first reaction of the first particles, after God created them. And that light is still with us.  See also in two parts:  
It's very difficult to see Kim Jong Eun flex his muscles underneath all that flab! See: Atheism and obesity.
A group of atheists at an atheist funeral who are extremely depressed? This is something that Richard Dawkins and PZ Myers do not talk about. The Apostle Paul wrote: "O death, where is your victory? O death, where is your sting? (1 Corinthians 15:55) See also: Atheism and depression.
A new book about Barack Hussein Obama is getting great reviews, “Everything Obama Knows About The Economy,” by Jimmy Moncrief. This limited edition copy is a short read at just 200 blank pages and makes a great gift. 
Global warming? It's not even winter yet and "up to 18 inches of snow" is falling in a blizzard in in the South: New Mexico and Texas.  According to some liberals, 10,000 people were supposed to be dying from man-made overheating by 2012.
An evolutionist offers to challenge the Hydroplate Theory in a debate, then threatens to pull out of it—because he's afraid that Conservapedia admins will find out where he lives! In the you-can't-make-this-stuff-up department: 
"Swiss businesses are well positioned to cope with the expected economic downturn in 2012, new research by Credit Suisse bank has found." 
Also, a Switzerland Question evolution! campaign blog will have its grand opening in January of 2012.  It's going to take a lot more than a St. Bernard to rescue the evolutionary paradigm from the 15 questions that evolutionists STILL cannot satisfactorily answer.
Saskatchewan’s Brad Wall is Canada's most-liked premier with a 71% rating. In Canadian politics, Wall is right of center. The Toronto Star reports: "The least liked opposition leader is Victor Boudreau, interim chief of New Brunswick’s Liberals, with 29 per cent." 
On a related note, a Question evolution! campaign volunteer blog network has officially launched for Canada.   Do the easygoing Canadians have militant atheists and militant evolutionists? If so, can they be counted on one hand?
On a more positive note, a New Zealand Question evolution! campaign blog is on the cusp of launching.  Which country will be the next country to have Question evolution! campaign volunteer blog? Canada? The UK? Stay tuned for further developments!
New York Times columnist David Brooks: if Newt Gingrich "emerges from ... the early primaries as the front-runner, someone’s going to step in.” Who? Perhaps Jeb Bush, according to Brooks, and we've long ranked Jeb at #3 in Presidential Election 2012. 
Nine major endorsements by political leaders are expected over the next five weeks. So far Conservapedia's predictions about this have been perfect. For how many out of the next nine will we be proven right, again?
Can chimps learn language? 
Question for evolutionists: If you are so sure that humans are animals, then why don't you call your local Department of Motor Vehicles and ask them if animals can obtain driver's licenses? We know what they are going to say, don't we?
The Australian Tony Abbot is a staunch opponent of global warming ideology. At the present time, "his conservative Liberal/National coalition holds a clear 10-point lead in voter preference over the stumbling Labor government of PM Julia Gillard." 
On a related note, the grand opening of the Australia Question evolution! blog has just occurred. The Question evolution! campaign blog has just developed into a blog network.  Will a Question evolution! USA blog and Question evolution! Canada blog be next? 
Saturday was the Democratic U.S. Senate's last day of year. In a fitting end, Minority Leader "McConnell blocked an effort by Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) to confirm more than 50 executive and judicial branch nominations awaiting Senate action." 
Additional Climategate fraud exposed: U.S. Gov't money helped fund a deliberate hiding of data: "Now a new batch posted in late November to a Russian server shows that scientists at the University of East Anglia’s Climatic Research Unit refused to share their U.S. government-funded data with anyone they thought would disagree with them."  Not even replication is allowed, a basic tenet of science. And our critics say we're anti-science!
As conservative Glenn Beck criticized Newt Gingrich, Bill O'Reilly implicitly sided with the homosexual agenda in his criticism of Michele Bachmann.  Perhaps that's why Beck's popular show was canceled by the Fox Newt Channel?
Professor values: University of New Hampshire professor Edward Larkin exposed himself in public to a woman and her young child. The professor's labor union said that he cannot be fired over the incident. They said a professor has to show “morale delinquencies of a grave nature” to be fired and the arbitrator found Larkin’s behavior did not meet that standard. 
Robocall polling in New Hampshire asks if Jeb Bush should be the nominee. Is he planning on entering the 2012 race for president?  Conservapedia has long ranked Jeb higher than the lamestream media have in the likelihood of his being chosen, perhaps at the convention after no other candidate wins a majority.
Philosopher Sticks Up for God “There are vastly more Christian philosophers and vastly more visible or assertive Christian philosophy now than when I left graduate school,” Mr. Alvin Plantinga said in a recent telephone interview from his home in Grand Rapids, adding, with characteristic modesty, “I have no idea how it happened.”
Mr. Plantinga retired from full-time teaching last year, with more than a dozen books and a past presidency of the American Philosophical Association to his name. But he’s hardly resting on those laurels. Having made philosophy safe for theism, he’s now turning to a harder task: making theism safe for science. 
Why won't Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan recuse herself from Obamacare cases? Especially since she recused herself from a key immigration case. The same grounds apply to Obamacare: it came up while she was Solicitor General. Furthermore: she was in the loop. 
"Dem lawmaker blasts 'Prof. Obama' as arrogant, alienating ... Early in his administration, President/Professor Obama repeatedly referred to 'teaching moments.' He would admonish staff, members of Congress and the public, in speeches and in private, about what they could learn from him. ... One former administration official told me directly that the people in the White House 'NEVER TALK TO REAL PEOPLE.'" 
Conservapedia proven right, again: the latest Virginia Tech shooter may have been "influenced by the recent burst of video games shooters such as Battlefield 3 and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3. His style of the killing is similar to the upcoming Rockstar’s title Grand Theft Auto V (GTA 5)." 
Creation Ministries International (CMI) has begun their video series on the Question evolution! campaign. CMI will do a video on each of the 15 questions that evolutionists cannot adequately answer.
Average Family Lost $21K in 6 Months Due To Property Values, Stock Market. It is the largest drop in household wealth in 3 years.
Conservative Rick Perry draws a large, supportive crowd in Iowa, and his fans shout back at a heckler who protested Perry's ad for containing a negative reference to allowing gays to serve openly in the military. 
Mitt Romney shocks conservative viewers by challenging Rick Perry to a $10,000 bet during last night's debate, which of course Perry declined. Even the New York Times, which has long favored Romney over Perry in its coverage, observed that Mitt now has only "23 days to confront any political damage from what may become the most memorable moment of Saturday night’s debate." 
Evolutionists, get ready to be overwhelmed by a swarm of grassroots anti-evolution Christians. Spreading the Question evolution! campaign is easy. A 13 year old young man has volunteered for the campaign.  Evolutionists, remember the account of David vs. Goliath? Who won?
Will the atheist and evolutionist PZ Myers be able to answer the 15 questions that other evolutionists have been unable to satisfactorily answer or will he be stumped and made to look foolish as well? Please see the video: 15 Questions Evolutionists STILL can't answer!
The newspaper USA Today reported that a study which included Americans and Canadians found that "Atheists distrusted as much as rapists" in some cases. The study found it was due to moral distrust in most cases and not merely dislike. An assistant professor of psychology said, "It's pretty remarkable".
Is it "pretty remarkable"? Conservapedia was able to compile an atheism article with over 300 footnotes and a very large percentage of the sources had something negative to say about atheism. Evidently, the assistant professor needs to get out more. Will the supporters of the Question evolution! campaign start focusing more on spreading the campaign at colleges and universities and help this assistant professor out? See: Atheism and deception
"Swedish teachers are conflict averse, and consequently stubborn parents often get their way. Teaching the emergence of life sometimes is like serving a smorgasbord. Religious creationism is presented alongside the theory of evolution. Students get to decide for themselves what to believe, this is shown by research at the University of Gothenburg."
There are going to be a lot of stubborn parents and students around the world in 2012 asking schools and teachers the 15 questions that evolutionists cannot satisfactorily answer. On a related note, the popular YouTube video maker Shockofgod created a video entitled New discoveries disprove evolution.VIDEO
An interview with Andrew Ferguson, Gerard Baker takes a look at American journalism.
Vox Day doesn't believe Newt Gingrich or Mitt Romney will cut spending sufficiently to avoid economic collapse. On the other hand, Ron Paul stresses the work and hardships that will needed to be endured to undo America's past financial/economic mistakes, but that message is not popular even among Republicans.
How prevalent is outright fraud in science? The recent take-down of a Dutch psychology professor who made up data "dozens of times" highlights a problem far more widespread than anyone wants to admit. One solution: let every investigator post his data to a public Internet data dump. Are you watching, Richard Lenski? 
The U.S Republican primary presidential candidate Rick Santorum definitely wants evolution debated in classrooms. VIDEO Also, a Question evolution! campaign group is picking up a head of steam when it comes to gaining additional volunteers.
U.S. Senate Republicans stand up and filibuster a liberal nomination by Obama to a key appellate court.  Democrats are stunned; this may be the first successful filibuster of a woman judicial nominee ever.
The NFL's Detroit Lions were 6-2 when they mocked Tim Tebow's faith during their victory over him.  But since then the Lions have lost 3 out of their 4 games, while Tebow has won all 4 of his. Perhaps mocking faith is not a recipe for success?
Professor values: Irina Kristy, a mathematics college professor at Boston University, will be arraigned later this month on charges of running a methamphetamine lab. Kristy remains on the faculty of Boston University, but was placed on administrative leave. 
Question: Why do 11/15 of the atheists prominently featured in the "We are atheism" campaign fit the stereotypical Nerd/Goatie or skimpy beard/Wear black/Spiky or shaggy hair profile for atheists? Please see: "We are atheism" campaign faces some challenges
Texas creationists are locked and loaded to oppose evolutionism in a grassroots fashion.  What does the Texas Question evolution! campaign group, which has contacted 500 Texas churches, have in store on the horizon?
On a related note, please see: Evolutionists, prepare to have your pseudoscience ripped to shreds and devoured
Madonna becomes the latest washed-up liberal chosen to provide the halftime entertainment at the Super Bowl. Prior liberal has-beens have included Bruce Springsteen (20 years after his prime) and the Rolling Stones (30 years after their prime).  Fans might prefer hearing some great conservative songs instead.
The atheist community initiates a "We are atheism" coming out of the atheist closet campaign.
The campaign faces a number of challenges and appears to reinforce some stereotypes as can be seen here: "We are atheism" campaign faces some challenges So much for "superior atheist intellects"!
Are there any quarterbacks who are atheists and as good as Tim Tebow or is the atheist population too cowardly and effeminate to produce such quarterbacks? See also: Atheism and cowardice and Atheism and homosexuality and Atheism vs. Tim Tebow - Tebow wins
Conservative Rand Paul embarrasses neocons likely to back Newt Gingrich, including John McCain, by forcing a vote on a bill they wanted to pass by unanimous consent; McCain and 57 other senators then voted with Paul and against the bill after wanting to pass it unanimously! 
Mike Shedlcock, a Ron Paul supporter, takes American presidential candidate Newt Gingrich to task over his doublemindedness and makes the case that Ron Paul's foreign policy is more reasonable than the other Republican presidential candidates.
Shedlock also writes, "We have a projected deficit over the next 10 years of $44 trillion. A group of Democrats and Republicans on Capitol Hill were charged with coming up with $1.2 trillion in cuts. Just 1.2 out of 44. Not that hard. And they couldn't do it."
"The Donald" will be moderating the next Republican presidential debate.  Jon Huntsman and Ron Paul have declined to show, despite the record ratings predicted. They are obviously more comfortable with Liberal media hosts. 
Tea Party candidate Herman Cain effectively ends his Republican presidential campaign. The false allegations, "the continued hurt caused on me and my family," as reasons for suspension.  Also: a Tea Party activists protests against bully politics. 
Is the Bible an immoral book or are liberals engaging in cultural imperialism and attempting to impose liberal standards on the Bible?
"For over 200 years there has been the belief that the sun, planets and moons originated from a vast cloud of gas and dust, the primordial nebula or solar nebula (Lat. nebula = cloud)." Unfortunately for evolutionary astronomers, there is no evidence that this is true and there are evidential challenges to this hypothesis.
Tim Tebow's true attraction: his personality says Kevin Craft, "...whether it be via Bible verses inscribed in eye paint or in thanking his "lord and savior Jesus Christ" at the beginning of interviews, as he is for his play on the field." 
For the 34th straight month of Obama's presidency, unemployment is above 8%, and "the labor force shrank by 315,000 as more people stopped looking for work because they're discouraged." Even NPR is appalled.
It appears the financial analyst Nick Kapur was right and the more democratic and capitalist free market economy of India will prevail over the Chinese authoritarian central government model in the long run. Want to screw up a country? Put a lot of authoritarian, atheist communist party officials in charge of it.
"Occupy L.A.: 30 tons of debris left behind at City Hall tent city." 
As the neoconservative Fox News Channel steps up its campaign for Newt Gingrich, Mitt Romney complains privately about its hostile treatment of him in an interview ... and then the Fox News Channel publicizes that private discussion. 
News from atheistic Britain: its Commons Speaker has taxpayers pay a "staggering" $57,000 for a portrait of himself, "punctuated by pink triangles which stand for his championing of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) rights." 
No leaders, no message, a lot of lawlessness, and the Occupy Wall Street so-called "movement" is now in the beginning stages of burnout. They wanted a Black Friday protest at Macy's, for example; only four even bothered to show up. 
R.I.P.: the daughter of atheist Josef Stalin has passed away. She fled to the United States during the Cold War and said this about her father: "He broke my life. I want to explain to you. He broke my life." 
Live Nativity Scene on display at the Supreme Court starting November 30th. The ACLU is on the losing end of this fight, "Our Constitution provides freedom 'of' religion not freedom 'from' religion." 
In addition, biblical creationists are continuing to build up their grassroots soldiers of Christ to wage an all out assault on secularism/evolutionism.
A New Jersey State Senator never lets a tragic case of child abuse go to waste. Instead of reforming the State child protective service, she proposes a bill to make homeschooling more difficult and subject to more government intrusion. 
Blast from the past: Respectful treatment of priests, Catholicism, and dedication to God in an old episode of the Dick Van Dyke Show. 
Who is discriminating now? "A gay softball organization has agreed to pay an undisclosed sum to three players who were disqualified from its 2008 Gay Softball World Series because of their perceived heterosexuality." 
Liberal double standards: The Richmond Tea Party sent a letter to city officials demanding a $10,000 refund for use of the city park. Occupy Richmond has been using the park for free. The Richmond Tea Party gets audited. 
Cardinal Raymond Burke can see the persecution of Catholics in America's future. He declared that “it is a war” and “critical at this time that Christians stand up for the natural moral law.” Should they not, he warned, “secularization will in fact predominate and it will destroy us.” Catholic League President William Donohue told LifeSiteNews that Cardinal Burke’s remarks were accurate and not exaggerations. “Secularism has become militant.” 
Setback for the homosexual agenda: Democrat Barney Frank -- "the nation’s most powerful openly-gay elected official" -- will not seek reelection.  He won with only 54% of the vote last time and redistricting made it even more competitive. Pray that Sean Bielat decides to take the challenge. 
Atheistic public schools have fallen to the bottom even in football: "private schools have earned eight out of a possible 12 semifinal spots over the past three seasons, including a clean sweep this season. It is further evidence, some say, of a growing trend where private schools will dominate football championships as they have in other sports." 
Shocking admission of the truth: U.S. biotech giant Geron Corp told the world it is "ending further development of its embryonic stem cell projects" while "teams working with adult stem cells ... are making good progress." 
Confirmed: the tragic death after playing video games was from cardiac arrest, for a college football player with a heart condition who had competed successfully in 9 games this season for a top-ranked team.  Are video games more stressful than playing high-pressure college football?
Barack Hussein Obama's Mission Accomplished moment in Libya. Obama launched the War in Libya giving the reason for the need to protect the civilian population from Qaddafi. Now that he's gone, lawlessness and brutality has increased. "Thousands of people, including women and children, are being illegally detained by rebel militias in Libya," and "up to 7,000 new "enemies of the state", "disappeared" in a dysfunctional system, with no recourse to the law." 
"Has there ever been a more heavily criticized quarterback that stood at 4-1 through his first five games?"  That quarterback is pro-life, outspokenly Christian Tim Tebow, and (as George Orwell observed) "all issues are political issues."
"Wall Street: Worst week for stock market in 2 months," with the DJIA losing 4.8%. And amid the overhyped Black Friday, Amazon.com stock fell 3.5% today. The lamestream media blames everyone except Obama. 
Warren Buffett says that he doesn't pay enough in taxes and wants every millionaire to pay more. So why is Buffett's company NetJets disputing paying their fair share of taxes?  Also in the news, Buffett's company is accused of illegal insider trading. 
The souffle of secular Europe is beginning the process of collapse and it is causing world stocks and Asia to be affected. Will atheism and evolutionism collapse as quickly when the full force of the growing Question evolution! campaign is brought upon them? The ideological "stress test" is coming.
The Financial Times says its time for countries/sovereigns to swallow their bitter medicine. In the last 200 years, there have been hundreds of countries which defaulted on their debt. The amount of sovereign debt in the world has recently seen a sharp rise and it is unsustainable. Sovereign debt is creating significant risk of a worldwide economic downturn.  A worldwide economic collapse is a distinct possibility. This VIDEO about an upcoming economic collapse/armageddon offers a sound warning.
Liberalism is unsustainable. Unpopular austerity measures are being forced onto profligate nations due to economic necessity.  Liberals, there is no economic free lunch. Sooner or later, you have to pay the piper.
Today could mark the day that Europe and the world lost confidence in the ability of secular Europe to handle its financial problems. The inner core European country of Germany had a bond auction which significantly failed to attract buyers - 6 billion offered, but only 3.6 billion takers. Bit by bit, atheism, Darwinism and liberalism weakens a country. However, on a brighter note, atheism is shrinking in the world. Plus, the worldwide Question evolution! campaign is picking up steam and will no doubt accelerate the global decline of atheism/evolutionism.
Climategate II: More damning evidence of scientific fraud regarding Global Warming. The latest batch of climate scientist emails are released by an unknown individual.  Detailed description, and a retrospective on Climategate I: 
Both sides and even public school teachers criticize how school administrators handled complaints that led up to a school shooting. The victim's mother "revealed for the first time Monday that she had contacted school officials four days before the shooting in an effort to solicit their cooperation in toning down her son's behavior. ... She said she was told that her son had a civil right to explore his sexual identity." 
Atheists prepare for the difficult road ahead: Sunday marks the start of what Christians call Advent.  "I once wanted to become an atheist but I gave up . . . they have no holidays." - Henny Youngman
Attention all atheists and the ACLU: If you whine and kvetch about Christmas manger scenes and engage in other "War on Christmas" activities, YouTube Christian Shockofgod and his fans are liable to double or triple their Question evolution! campaign activities! Happy holidays!
British Parliament misled on the numbers of abortions, taxpayers spent £30million more than previously thought. At issue, private clinic counselling to women in a crisis pregnancy situation are also performing terminations, "too much money changes hands for anyone to argue that the private abortion provider can remain objective during the decision-making process." 
Green energy blues: Wind turbines in the Netherlands fall to the budget axe. "The Dutch government says offshore wind power is too expensive and that it cannot afford to subsidize the entire cost of 18 cents per kilowatt hour -- some 4.5 billion euros last year." 
Did a video game cause the tragic death of a college football player on a top-ranked team? He was last seen, in apparent good health, playing a video game at 10:15am Sunday. About an hour later, he was found dead from cardiac arrest, without any suspicious circumstances. 
The United Nations UNESCO committee on human rights has accepted Syria as a member.  Syria has killed more than 3,500 demonstrators and arrested tens of thousands of citizens since the Arab Spring began.
A massive victory of historic proportions by conservatives in Spain: receiving 10.6 million votes against only 6.8 million for the Socialist Party, with conservatives winning a stunning majority in Parliament.  Precursor to the upcoming conservative landslide in 2012 in the United States?