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Atheism and marriageability

Atheism and marriageability

Scienceblogger Chad Orzel described the commentators on the atheist and evolutionist PZ Myers' Scienceblogs.com site Pharyngula, and other Scienceblogs.com commentators, as "screechy monkeys". Take the screechy monkey self-test. There is hope and healing available for atheist and evolutionist screechy monkeys.

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Stimulus edges Unemployment higher

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The U.S. Labor Department reports Unemployment continues to rise in this Summer of Recovery, to 9.6%, or 14,900,000 workers currently. President Obama, rested up from an extended vacation just prior to the lonf Labor Day holiday weekend, called the results "positiv;" the stock market rallied on the bad news. According to the New York Times Democrats and President Obama, received 70 percent of all campaign contributions from Wall Street in 2008 elections.

Dr. Christina Romer, who last year asserted the Economic stimulus would stop Unemployment from rising above 7.8%, resigned from the President's Council of the Economic Advisers and moved out of her White House office the same day the most recent Jobs Report was released. Since the Stimulus became Law an additional 3,200,000 jobs were lost.

The total number of lives affected by Unemployment since December 2007 when the Recession began is well above the constant 15,000,000 unemployed reported. As roughly 2,000,000 newly unemployed enter the jobless ranks monthly and another 2,000,000 who find jobs are rotated out, the cummulative effect over 24 months is an additional 12 million besides those reported in a single month. Add to that the Underemployed (part time workers seeking full time work and workers taking employment beneath thier skill set), the total number affect by Stimulus and Unemployment is well over 30,000,000 people.

And the workforce continues to shrink.
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GDP Report shows Stimulus failed

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The U.S. Commerce Dept. reported Gross Domestic Product has not responded adequately to the one trillion dollars in stimulus passed since Speaker Nancy Pelosi took control of the U.S. House of Representatives in early 2007. More than 7 million jobs have been lost however, affecting the lives of nearly 30 million Americans. Several trillion dollars have also been added to the National debt. Contrast the GDP growth rates sustained by the Reagan era tax cuts as the United States emerged from the 1982 recession.

Economists note a 3% growth rate is necessary to maintain a growing population and low unemployment.
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Weekly Unemployment Claims continue to rise

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Source: U.S. Dept. of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics.

In this Summer of Recovery, 472,000 more workers were added to the soup lines again this week, roughly 1,000 per day more than the first half of 2010.

ADP, the nations largest payroll service, reports declines in U.S payrolls in both July and August, typically the peak months of hiring.


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Depression-era Soup Kitchen

The Obama Stimulus was modeled after the New Deal, which modern scholars believe did more to deepen, and prolong, the Great Depression than provide relief. Great Britian in the 1930s recovered in four years, whereas the United States remained mired with persistent high unemployment, recession, and the New Deal for twelve years. Germany today, with a smaller stimulus, has regained virtually all jobs lost since the Recession of 2008 and reports the largest growth since reunification.

One factor Obamanomics did not consider is, the Keynesian New Deal 1930s model was designed for a predominately industrial economy with an emphasis on production and manufacturing, not a debt ridden consumer and service driven economy.

Also, the borrowing New Dealers did to finance government spending was mostly from domestic investors and not foreign investors. The repayment of a large foreign debt, both interest and principal primarily to China, defeats the entire purpose of a stimulus: to produce the capital necessary to create, and sustain employment.

Housing stimulus falters

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With the aid of the government's program to stimulate and "rescue" housing demand, the National Association of Realtors has reported the worst drop in demand on record.

2.1 million housing construction jobs have been lost since the Pelosi/Reid Democrats captured the Congress in the 2006 mid-term elections.

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Featured Article: Evolution

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In 2006, the prestigious science journal Science reported about the United States: "The percentage of people in the country who accept the idea of evolution has declined from 45 in 1985 to 40 in 2005. Meanwhile the fraction of Americans unsure about evolution has soared from 7 per cent in 1985 to 21 per cent last year."[1]

Discover what Wikipedia, public school systems, and the liberal media don't want you to know about the creation vs. evolution issue.

Bible Verses

Psalms 91:5-8: "You will not be afraid of the terror by night, or of the arrow that flies by day; of the pestilence that stalks in darkness, or of the destruction that lays waste at noon. A thousand may fall at your side and ten thousand at your right hand, but it shall not approach you. You will only look on with your eyes and see the recompense of the wicked." (NASB}

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“Too much of what is called ‘education’ is little more than an expensive isolation from reality.” — Thomas Sowell

"A liberal is a man who is willing to spend somebody else's money." - Carter Glass

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“It is dangerous to presume closeness to people in power, and it is very rare when there are real, unbreakable friendships.”

Hank Sheinkopf, political consultant.

Conservapedia Anti-abortion Project

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Conservapedia has initiated a campaign to expand its number of articles relating to the subject of abortion. Conservapedia editors are encouraged to create high quality articles on the topics that are located HERE

Article of the Year: Abortion

Conservapedia has launched the Conservapedia Anti-abortion Project to better inform the public concerning the abortion issue. A wealth of material is going to be created at Conservapedia regarding the abortion issue. We encourage members of the public to get involved in this important project.

Discover what Wikipedia, the public school systems, and the liberal media don't want you to know about the abortion issue.

Article of the week: Socialism

Adolf Hitler

Socialism is an economic system with state ownership or control of the all the major means of production and distribution of goods and services.[2] Often socialism is a matter of degree and numerous economies in the world are very socialistic such as European countries (many of which are facing financial difficulties).[3] One of the most well known political parties of the 20th century which was socialistic was the National Socialist German Workers Party (NAZI) which was headed by the evolutionary racist Adolf Hitler.[4][5][6]

Article of the month: Pharyngula blog

Pharyngula is a blog by atheist and evolutionist PZ Myers, who is a biologist and associate professor at the University of Minnesota, Morris.[7] Pharyngula is hosted by Scienceblogs which appears to have a problem keeping and attracting talented writers. According to PZ Myers, Scienceblogs has "been facing a steady erosion of talent".[8] In 2010, the Christian apologetic website True Free Thinker wrote a quite pointed and accurate criticism of PZ Myers Pharyngula blog indicating that PZ Myers' blog posts often lack substance.

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