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EarthFirst! is reeling from internal tensions just now as President Obama’s transsexual activists are on a witch hunt for those in the group not progressive enough on sexuality. A recent article entitled “Deep Green Transphobia” deplores leaders in the Green movement, a bunch of ecofeminists, who do not think “transrights” and “transinclusion” are fundamental to […]

At a recent UN Climate Summit, Bolivian Presidente Evo Morales said, “The world is suffering from a fever due to climate change, and the disease is the capitalist development model.” Morales is just one of many in the Green movement who assume it is always bad to have growing business. To be fair, many other people assume […]

Please allow me to give you a brief summary of some of my observations of highlights thus far of the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland (Continuing). The Assembly began on Monday evening with a gathering of Commissioners from the various Presbyteries throughout our Church. Our Presbytery of the United States is represented […]

In March a group of Democratic attorneys general formed “AG’s United for Clean Power.” It sounds nice enough, doesn’t it? New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, standing beside a grinning Al Gore, announced that the gang was going after any energy providers and distributors who may have committed thought crimes such as questioning the human cause […]

AGU Agony

by james on April 14, 2016

in Environmental

I received in my email today an apologetic letter explaining that the AGU Board will continue to accept money, if it is offered, from ExxonMobil. The letter, addressed to AGU membership, is in response to another letter sent by climate activists within the membership demanding that the union sever ties of any kind with “climate […]

This morning I received in my email a plea to save the polar bears, together with fervent warnings about the end of butterflies, baby seals and the world. If the world is serious about planetary salvation, another email says, rulers must keep their promises, made recently at the U.N. Paris Climate Conference, to redistribute about […]

One of the most enjoyable aspects of travel is the opportunity to eat local foods, to savour unusual, unanticipated tastes and textures. Tastes change. For instance, Korean food is famous for its devotion to kimchi and fiery red peppers. I’ve even seen kimchi ice cream. What kind of food should Christians eat? This is the […]

How to do an abortion from a physician with 1,200 under his belt From: http://www.abortionprocedures.com/d-and-e Jeremiah 1:5 – Before I formed thee in the belly I knew thee

Goodbye DDT, hello bednets, zika, malaria, dengue, yellow fever. More coming in a later post….

Digging out of the Mess

by james on January 29, 2016

in Environmental

How does one dig out of an epic snow storm like we’ve just experienced? First, it is necessary to admit the reality of what just happened. Yes, that really is snow falling from the sky. Next it helps to have a sense of humor as you choose the direction to dig. There is no substitute […]