“Death states”? Hate much?
“Every measurable way”? “Better off”? “Better life”? I guess that would depend on what sources we use. And, we don’t give money to the wealthy. We take less from them. Also, do you actually know anyone who is for White Power? I can honestly say I don’t know a single person.
So do I. Except I try to remember we all fall short.
Curious. How do you determine a “real” Christian? I believe the Spanish Inquisition got pretty good at it.
Okay. But, good government is a communal effort. Good character is a personal effort. Anyone can be personally charitable, even with no religious beliefs.
PS. You forgot to capitalize the word Christian, just as you would Hindu or Buddhist. A little lesson there.
You cannot relieve your duty as a Christian to be charitable with government programs/services.
You say, “many of the things Democrats are “pushing” are the same as what a former carpenter in 32AD was teaching.” I say He was speaking to people not governments. YOU must be charitable; personally charitable. Government programs aren’t charity.
Picky, picky. I’ll bet there HAS been policies advanced either in Washington DC or in state and local jurisdictions on every single item I mentioned. Policies passed into law is another matter.
Race has proved to have been a breathtaking revolutionary success. Our generations can claim much of that credit. There isn’t one legal discrimination left to racist bigots.
The Climate issue on anything much more than litter, clean water, and air, is a hoax designed by socialists and communists to gain their stated goals of socializing the West.
Get used to guns or you’ll be unhappy for the rest of your life. America has a Constitutional right to bear arms. This right gives us a slightly more dangerous society but a vastly more secure one. Governments kill their unarmed citizens in what is called mass killings by the hundreds of millions. It won’t happen here because we have guns. Think about this. When Blacks were finally able to buy guns, it got too dangerous for whites to hang them.
I’m old alright. You must be young. A long life gives a perspective the young cannot yet have. This is a truism. We’ve made our mistakes and learned from them (or not). Without going into details, I remember the 50’s and 60’s where the young (me) thought we were revolutionaries ourselves. Most of our really unique and edgy ideas proved unstable, unsustainable, and destructive. They didn’t lead to flourishing lives and are now a part of history. I give many of today’s wilder revolutionary ideas no chance over time. For example, I predict the idea of gender fluidity and preferred pronouns has no chance over the long haul. It will all settle back into tomboys, cross-dressers, and quiet lifestyles that don’t upset the neighbors.
“Death states”? Hate much?