Category Archives: Hate

Monsters of Christmas, Real and Imagined

A hungry child will wake up on Christmas morning, not to Christmas presents under a tree but to a drunk or drugged out parent passed out on the couch and with nothing

The Impotent God of Terrorist: Acts of Terror Show Lack of Faith

“And without faith it is impossible to please Him, for he who comes to God must believe that He is and that He is a rewarder of those who seek Him.” Hebrews

The Violent, the Greedy and the Intolerant: Inequality Main Driver to Terrorism

Reading an article in USA Today about how Al Qaeda has gained a foothold in Iraq, I was reminded of a war that we did not need to have but I also

Gay Bashing, Hate and Indifference: The Reason ENDA is So Important

Last night I again watched “The Laramie Project“, the story of a young, gay college student who had been robbed, beaten and left to die, hanging on a fence overlooking Laramie Wyoming.

Tea Party of God or Party of Hypocrites

Larry Klayman, the founder of Freedom Watch, a Tea Party group got up in front of a crowd at the World War II Memorial Sunday and accused President Obama of being a

The God of Terrorist, Not So Almighty, Terror Attack in London Shows

A British soldier was killed by two men who attacked him with a machete, guns and other weapons on the streets of London yesterday. After the attack, the two terrorist waited around

Many Republicans Having Difficult Time with Election Loss

Losing an election can be a very bitter pill to swallow. Some Republicans are refusing to accept their loss and instead have begun beating the war drums of vengeance, promising to fight

Religion Often Excuse for Violent and Evil Acts

Though we are religious or not, most of us understand that using religion as a tool to commit violent acts against innocent people, such as young Malala Yousufzai, a brave young intelligent

My Religion, My Politics and My Sexuality

Throughout my life I have always been faced with God. Unlike maybe someone like Bill Maher, I can’t become an atheist or even an agnostic; God is in my blood and I

The Judgment of Christians and a Gay Teen’s Silence

Growing up in a Christian home may have its benefits, especially if it’s a loving home with parents who are good people and love their God and their children. There are also