A MINOR flap erupted this week over the news that a suppler to the US military inscribes its high-tech gunsights with references to Bible verses. Is this Christian-bashing or Dominionism on the march? Paul and Phillip Collins join us to discuss.
H.G. WELLS, Pakistani nuclear physicist A.Q. Khan (father of the Islamic nuke), and Tim LaHaye are all connected through what researchers Paul and Phillip Collins call “the cult of the superweapon”. Basically, Wells idea was that a weapon so devastating that it threatened all life on Earth would be just what was needed to overcome the primitive concept of nationhood and local autonomy, and his beliefs have been transformed into reality over the last century.
FOLLOWING Rick Warren’s “Saddleback Civil Forum”, a two-hour event broadcast live on CNN and Fox News that brought John McCain and Barack Obama together in public for the first time… Read more »
BEN STEIN surely knew when he decided to produce his new film Expelled that he’d be subjected to public ridicule. Since the film’s debut, he’s been pilloried by scientists, atheists,… Read more »
ALMOST exactly ten years ago to the day, Fr. Alfred Kunz was murdered at his home in southern Wisconsin in a gruesome manner that can only be described as ritualistic…. Read more »