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Saturday, August 25, 2012

Moon Landing Video

In honor of Neil Armstrong.

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Neil Armstrong Pictures

A tribute to an American first:

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Neil Armstrong Death

Some sad news for you. The first man to walk on the moon, Neil Armstrong, has died today at 82. Some pictures.

Armstrong commanded the Apollo 11 spacecraft that landed on the moon on July 20, 1969, and he radioed back to Earth the historic news of "one giant leap for mankind." He spent nearly three hours walking on the moon with fellow astronaut Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin.
Armstrong and his wife married, Carol, in 1999 and made their home in the Cincinnati suburb of Indian Hill, but he has largely stayed out of public view in recent years.

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Video of Empire State Building Shooting

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Friday, August 24, 2012

Your Daily Racism Update

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Obama Campaign Mass Emails People Gifs of Obama Touching People

The Obama campaign is very busy sending people odd messages. Yesterday, the President himself described his fear of Mitt Romney. Today, a new mass email shows Mr. Obama touching people and their hands.

Under the subject "High five," the message is just several gifs of President Obama trying (and mainly failing) to high five a group of supporters.

Honestly, I don't know if the President knows what a high five is. It just looks like he's trying to squeeze children's hands sensually:
Or simply missing every hand he's trying to hit:
And naturally, the campaign pleads for money.  Obviously Mr. Obama would like a "high five," but he'd prefer your money.

Here's the email in its entirety (gifs included):
From: Obama for America (info@barackobama.com)
Subject: High five!
To: "XXXXXX XXXXXXXXX" (xxxxxxxxxx@yahoo.com)
Date: Friday, August 24, 2012, 1:05 PM


Thanks for being a part of this campaign. Your support means a lot.

Let's go win this thing.

Obama for America
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Jeffery Johnson Identified as Empire State Building Shooter, August 24, 2012

During a live police conference, an official identified "Jeffery Johnson" as the shooter in the Empire Building Shooting that took place this morning. Two people were killed in Johnson's rampage, including Johnson, and eight were injured.

All injured are expected to recover.

Johnson was identified as being laid off a year ago from a company called Hazan Imports, which is situated near the Empire State Building.

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Video of Mayor Bloomberg Speech Live

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Picture of the Empire State Building Shooter

From Reddit. Not confirmed.

This is likely a picture of one of the victims:

From Twitter. However, it is not confirmed.

Another picture.
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Two Dead at Empire State Building Shooting

Horror. From Fox News:
Two people were shot dead and eight others wounded when a gunman opened fire near the Empire State Building in Manhattan, authorities said.

A law enforcement source told Fox News that the gunman, described as security guard, was a disgruntled employee who was fired Thursday from his job at a location either inside the Empire State Building or near it.

Authorities said the victims were shot just after 9 a.m. Friday and that the gunman was killed by police. A second law enforcement source told Fox News that one of the victims has died.

The FBI confirmed to FoxNews.com that they were on the scene investigating.
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Thursday, August 23, 2012

The Hammer on the New Poll Showing Romney Ahead

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The god Particle I Don’t Think So

Arrogance is a funny thing. Not Ha Ha funny, but funny none-the-less.  I was watching one of America’s leading physicists the other day, a man made famous by his co-authorship of String Theory and made popular by his ability to make people without a scientific education believe they understand what he’s talking about.  He repeatedly made the statement that today physicists understand 99.9%of how the Universe works and that the .01% that was missing is the never before seen but previously postulated Higgs Boson particle popularly known as the god particle.

The reason he was on a popular news show was because other scientists in Switzerland had announced that they had found the ever elusive god particle by producing a mini-Big Bang in the world’s largest cyclotron by smashing atoms together.  The Big Bang is what atheist scientists have to call creation because all their evidence proves that the universe, just started.  They have come to believe that at one moment there was nothing and then a split nano-second later there was everything.  Since they find it impossible to believe that God merely said, “Let there be” and it was they instead have mentally manufactured the Big Bang Theory, which along with the Theory of Evolution is taught to every school child as if it were established fact. 

The Big Bang Theory goes like this: once upon a time there was nothing except the tiniest of points that contained the essence of everything.  They even say there was no time because time itself was nonexistent before the Big Bang.  Then spontaneously this tiniest of points exploded and in a flash it expanded into gases and stars and planets and galaxies.  Using rooms full of chalk boards these highly educated scientists prove that all of everything came from something: a teeny tiny point of compressed something. 

They piously tell us all their observations prove this is so.  All their chalk filled blackboards prove this is so.  All their experiments prove this is so.  And now after they have discovered 99.9% of the truth the production of the missing god particle absolutely proves it is so.  Just give them a little more time and they will be able to tell us exactly how the universe created itself.

How nice.

Luckily there are these eloquent popularizers who are able to act as a verbal interface allowing the scientifically and mathematically challenged masses peek behind the curtain.  It’s a good thing because it is our tax money that pays for all their orbiting telescopes, cyclotrons, and blackboards.  And since the majority of us are Christians who believe God created the world it’s convenient to have someone to explain to us why all the money we spend proves we are actually deluded provincials with a quaint faith in an unseen Father who created and upholds everything with His word, wrote a book to tell us about it, and then sent His only Son to die at our hands for our redemption. 

Now that is money well spent.  Pay billions and billions to have scientific shamans to tell us that what we believe are fables and what they believe is fact.  Maybe we should spend our billions on magic beans instead, and then we could climb up to heaven and find out what really happened.  Or maybe we should build a tower that reaches into heaven so our priest-king-scientist could give God a physical, and then tell us all about why He isn’t there.

Our super smart highly educated and well financed scientists tell us they don’t operate on faith; instead they operate on logic and objective evidence.  Yet when you examine their chain of thought and peer into their evidence it is a fabric of conjectures based upon one leap of faith after another.  They have convinced themselves the air castles they have constructed are more than science fiction, but why should we believe them?  They do sound sincere and they do act as if they know what they are talking about, but so does the flim-flam man who tries to sell us the Brooklyn Bridge or the politician who tells us they can manage the debt and give everyone everything.

For one thing their very confidence that they have the universe 100% or even 99.9% figured out ought to tell us these wizards aren’t ever going to really give us a heart, or courage, and certainly not a brain.  They may give us a medal or a degree and then explain how they are just what they promised when they aren’t but they can’t deliver on the real thing.  When Toto finally pulls the curtain back will we then realize we have spent billions upon billions to supposedly prove fantasies labeled as truth when we have had the truth all along: God created the universe, and we are here because of Him, in Him, and for Him.  That may be too simplistic for the wizards to believe but their flights of fancy ought to be too fantastic for us to swallow.

For instance all these grand theories of everything never tell us where the incredibly compressed point comes from.  They never tell us how long the point was in a state of perfect equilibrium just hanging there in the nothing.  They never tell us what would have caused the point to explode.  Yet they try to tell us they have it all figured out. Go figure.

I find it comical that believing in an all-knowing all-powerful God who created everything and everyone is too hard for people to believe but when a highly educated, highly financed, and media savvy spokes model tells us that everything created itself millions of people nod their heads and stand in line to give them more money for more experiments and blackboards so that we can expand our knowledge to what 110%?

This all reminds me of two things.


There have been other times when societies and their wizards thought they knew everything.

A man named Ptolemy once proved that the whole universe revolves around the earth.  Eventually a complicated model was constructed by dedicated mathematicians and philosophers to demonstrate and prove how it worked.  Galileo among others was arrested, tried, and convicted for saying the Earth revolves around the Sun.  Once the alchemists knew there was a philosopher’s stone that would turn iron into gold.  At one point the leading lights of science knew the world was flat while Columbus knew he could sail from Europe to Asia in a straight line.  In the 1890s scientists assured us we knew everything about everything.  Now the Big Bang explains it all and the god particle is the key to understanding how nothing became everything.


All these theories of everything that eliminate God remind me of the story about a scientist who when asked where his computer came from didn’t know so he said, “There was a pile of parts laying in a junk yard for billions of years and one day they were struck by lightning and out popped this computer.”  This scientist had a blackboard full of equations that proved he was right.  He had spent billions of tax dollars conducting of experiments that proved he was right.  And he sounded very convincing when he explained it all. His theory was accepted and taught in all the schools, so now our children can come home and tell us where computers come from.

And the cow jumped over the moon.

It also reminds me of the story about a scientist who said to God, “You’re not so much.  I’ve figured out how to create life in my laboratory.”

“You have?” said God.

“Yes I have and I’m willing to have a competition to prove I can create life just like you,” said the scientist as he wrote two rooms full of equations to show God how much he knew.

“Okay,” said God as He stooped down picked up some dirt and started fashioning a man.

The scientist picked up some dirt and started pouring it from one test tube to another when God smiled and said, “Hey!  Get your own dirt.”

Even if we can prove how something happened does that tell us why?  Since every chain of events has to have a beginning our wizards have had to come face-to-face with “In the beginning.”  However, without faith they can’t see the forest for the tree.  So instead of giving God the glory for his creation they try to construct creation without a creator, which reminds me of the atheist who knows there is no heaven and prays there is no hell.

I love to listen to the wizards.  I read their books and watch their shows.  However, I march to the beat of a different drummer, “And if it seems evil to you to serve the Lord, choose for yourselves this day whom you will serve, whether the gods which your fathers served that were on the other side of the River, or the gods of the Amorites, in whose land you dwell. But as for me and my house, we will serve the Lord.”

Dr. Owens teaches History, Political Science, and Religion.  He is the Historian of the Future @ http://drrobertowens.com © 2012 Robert R. Owens drrobertowens@hotmail.com  Follow Dr. Robert Owens on Facebook or Twitter @ Drrobertowens

Obama in New Email: I'm Scared that this is "The End"

In a new mass-email to campaign supporters, President Barack Obama voiced concern over the surge in fundraising that Republican Mitt Romney has put together.

"We're getting outspent by wide margins in critical battleground states," he explains, "and what we do about that today could be the difference between winning and losing on November 6th."

The email, titled "The end?," further trembles, "It's August 23rd. And 75 days from now, I'll either be looking at another four years in the White House -- or the end of this opportunity."
President Obama
Then, naturally, at the end the President then asks for money to defeat Mitt Romney, who, according to the email, does not want a "secure retirement" for seniors.

You can read the entire email below:
From: Barack Obama (info@barackobama.com)
Subject: The end?
To: "XXXXX XXXXXXXX" (xxxxxxxx@yahoo.com)
Date: Thursday, August 23, 2012, 11:23 AM


It's August 23rd. And 75 days from now, I'll either be looking at another four years in the White House -- or the end of this opportunity.

I know what's at stake for the parents worrying about health care, the kids who need help to go to college, and the seniors who want a secure retirement.

But we're getting outspent by wide margins in critical battleground states -- and what we do about that today could be the difference between winning and losing on November 6th.

So as we near one of the last fundraising deadlines of this campaign, I'm asking you to pitch in $3 or whatever you can right now:


Thanks for all you do,

Thanks for all I do? You're welcome, Barack. I plan on voting against you.
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Video: Paul Ryan Rally: Obama's 'Imaginary Recovery'

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Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Jeffrey Johnson Pictures at Scene of Empire State Building Shooting?

These are of the accused shooter, Jeffrey Johnson.

From Reddit. Not confirmed.

This is likely a picture of one of the victims:

From Twitter. However, it is not confirmed.

Another picture.
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Jeffrey Johnson Identified as Empire State Building Shooter, August 24, 2012

During a live police conference, an official identified "Jeffery Johnson" as the shooter in the Empire Building Shooting that took place this morning. Two people were killed in Johnson's rampage, including Johnson, and eight were injured.

Pictures here.

All injured are expected to recover.

Johnson was identified as being laid off a year ago from a company called Hazan Imports, which is situated near the Empire State Building.

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Sarah Palin calls for Third Party race for Missouri Senate

But a Libertarian is already on the ballot

by Eric Dondero

Sarah Palin ought to know better. After all, she was backed by the Libertarian Party of Alaska in her bid for Governor in 2006. She sought their endorsement, and even publicly thanked the Party for their support in front of hundreds at the victory celebration on election night.

Her husband Todd is a longstanding member of the Alaska Independence Party.

This morning all over the right blogs, headlines, "Palin wants Sarah Steelman to run as 3rd party candidate against Akin."

A couple problems: Missouri law won't allow Steelman to run as a "sore loser." Also, it's too late to file for another third party to be on the ballot.

But the Libertarian Party already has a ballot line. Young Rand Paulish Jonathan Dine is the Libertarian candidate for Senate.

This is not a McCaskill versus Akin race. This is a McCaskill versus Akin versus Dine race. Dine was even polling 5% last week in PPP.

The Libertarian Party can act as sort of a fall-back when Republicans screw up. And this by all definitions is a major screw-up.

Why not get a pledge from Dine to "caucus" with the GOP if elected. Certainly he'd be comfortable in the same caucus as Senator Rand Paul.

The Republican Party needs to get smart. Time to back Libertarian Jonathan Dine for US Senate - Missouri.

Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Akin Must Go

Todd Akin needs to go.

He's embarrassed himself and the GOP with his thoughtless and reckless comments. He has until the end of the day to make up his mind and get out before there are further complications. If he leaves by Tuesday at midnight, the GOP can pick a successor to run for Claire McCaskill's seat. If not, he would either stay in the race or if he withdrew later, would need a judge's settlement to put another person on the ballot.

So Representative Todd Akin-- you want to beat Claire McCaskill, one of the worst Senators of the last six years? Well, you still have a good chance-- if you're out of the race. The Missouri GOP can take it from here.

Todd Akin needs to go.

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Finding the Best in Web Design

Today's economy is increasingly based on the web. There are many different reasons to become more involved with the internet. Compared to decades past, the internet has opened many possibilities for faster, easier, and smarter communication and business practices. If you are reading this right now, then you are obviously already familiar with the web and can appreciate its growing nature. Why not get involved in a way that can both contribute to the web and also help yourself or a business or organization that you may be involved in.

Having a competitive presence can take many things. A formal, crisp resume can help employers get to know what you have to offer if you are looking for a job. Advertisement can help spread your product or your ideas to a larger group of people. Having a business plan that is prepared for the future is one of the best things that you can do to plan ahead. You have to put yourself in the shoes of the person you are trying to relay information to-- is your plan going to get the point across in a timely and straightforward manner?

What do all three of those concepts have in common? All can be greatly helped by having a professional website. Having a website does not have to be difficult or expensive-- with so many sites out there, it may be time for you to get your own and make sure that you get the word out. So if you are looking for Web Design, you need to make sure that you are prepared and ready for the future of the economy and the internet. Having your own website will enable you to reach out in ways that you may have never foreseen and open up possibilities, like search engine hits, a site email account, and other options. Make sure that you do your research and pick the best people for the job.

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Finding the Best Tools for Your Business

If you own a small business or just have a lot of projects going on in your life, you know the importance of quality tools and how they can make a big difference when you really need them. That is why you should make sure to do your research and find the best instruments you can get for the best price. Those couple of hours looking up information can make a big difference in the final result. If you are in an industry where a finished product is your marquee, make sure that it will come out in the best possible shape-- and that is only possible with skill, time, and the right tools.

Say you needed material handling supplies? Maybe you need something for the factory, office, or warehouse that you really need to rely on day in and day out. This can be the case if you are dealing with trolleys, hoppers, or any of the other goods that may be of such importance to your home or business. When dealing with this, it is often vitally important to check what sort of product you are getting and only purchase them from a reputable source.You may be surprised at how high quality some are.

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