Archive for July, 2011

PowerLine Prize 2nd Place

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The Second place winner in the Powerline contest to protray the national debt is a song.   Here is it: Here are the lyrics: DON’T YOU SEE? Daddy came home a little early today Somethin’ bout layin off and cuttin’ pay Boss is makin’ changes ’cause times are tough the dollar’s goin down, and taxes goin’ [...]

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PowerLine Prize #3 Tied for 3rd Place

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Here is the other third place winner in the  Powerline contest to protray the national debt.  This one was professionally produced and best seen full screen.

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PowerLine Prize #4 Tied for 3rd Place

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There was a tie for 3rd place in the  Powerline contest to protray the national debt.   Rather than a single entry, this one was an event to create a number of videos in 24 hours.  Here is the inital entry that kicked things off. The rest can be found here.  

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PowerLine Prize #5

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Powerline is rolling out the finalist in their contest to protray the national debt. Here is number 5. This one is longer the the previous entries, and I was not clear where it was going, particularly when it had a lot of students being so critical of defense spending, but the response by the Veteran [...]

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PowerLine Prize #6

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Powerline is rolling out the finalist in their contest to protray the national debt. Here is number 6.

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PowerLine Prize #7

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Powerline is rolling out the finalist in their contest to protray the national debt. Here is number 7.

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PowerLine Prize #8

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Powerline is rolling out the finalist in their contest to protray the national debt. Here is number 8.

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PowerLine Prize #10 & #9

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Powerline is rolling out the finalist in their contest to protray the national debt. Here is number 10 Number 9 is a comic book that can be found here: http://www.powerlineblog.com/doomed-by-debt

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Don’t Question the Priests

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There is a stereotypical view, particularly among atheists, that in religion one must just mindlessly accept whatever the religious authorities say.  As with most stereotypes, this is false if applied universally and falls under the fallacy of Hasty Generalization. (see Acts 17:11 for a NT example). Recently I have been noticing a similar phenomenon from [...]

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The Gang of Six Has Convinced Me

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To the Gang of Six, After all of the past promises of “Future cuts” that have never come to pass, how can you expect people, who have for decades received nothing but broken promises and accounting gimmicks, to fall for the same thing yet again?  Please explain how this last minute deal will succeed where [...]

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