• Pragerisms

    For a more comprehensive list of Pragerisms visit
    Dennis Prager Wisdom.

    • "The left is far more interested in gaining power than in creating wealth."
    • "Without wisdom, goodness is worthless."
    • "I prefer clarity to agreement."
    • "First tell the truth, then state your opinion."
    • "Being on the Left means never having to say you're sorry."
    • "If you don't fight evil, you fight gobal warming."
    • "There are things that are so dumb, you have to learn them."
  • Liberalism’s Seven Deadly Sins

    • Sexism
    • Intolerance
    • Xenophobia
    • Racism
    • Islamophobia
    • Bigotry
    • Homophobia

    A liberal need only accuse you of one of the above in order to end all discussion and excuse himself from further elucidation of his position.

  • Glenn’s Reading List for Die-Hard Pragerites

    • Bolton, John - Surrender is not an Option
    • Bruce, Tammy - The Thought Police; The New American Revolution; The Death of Right and Wrong
    • Charen, Mona - DoGooders:How Liberals Hurt Those They Claim to Help
    • Coulter, Ann - If Democrats Had Any Brains, They'd Be Republicans; Slander
    • Dalrymple, Theodore - In Praise of Prejudice; Our Culture, What's Left of It
    • Doyle, William - Inside the Oval Office
    • Elder, Larry - Stupid Black Men: How to Play the Race Card--and Lose
    • Frankl, Victor - Man's Search for Meaning
    • Flynn, Daniel - Intellectual Morons
    • Fund, John - Stealing Elections
    • Friedman, George - America's Secret War
    • Goldberg, Bernard - Bias; Arrogance
    • Goldberg, Jonah - Liberal Fascism
    • Herson, James - Tales from the Left Coast
    • Horowitz, David - Left Illusions; The Professors
    • Klein, Edward - The Truth about Hillary
    • Mnookin, Seth - Hard News: Twenty-one Brutal Months at The New York Times and How They Changed the American Media
    • Morris, Dick - Because He Could; Rewriting History
    • O'Beirne, Kate - Women Who Make the World Worse
    • Olson, Barbara - The Final Days: The Last, Desperate Abuses of Power by the Clinton White House
    • O'Neill, John - Unfit For Command
    • Piereson, James - Camelot and the Cultural Revolution: How the Assassination of John F. Kennedy Shattered American Liberalism
    • Prager, Dennis - Think A Second Time
    • Sharansky, Natan - The Case for Democracy
    • Stein, Ben - Can America Survive? The Rage of the Left, the Truth, and What to Do About It
    • Steyn, Mark - America Alone
    • Stephanopolous, George - All Too Human
    • Thomas, Clarence - My Grandfather's Son
    • Timmerman, Kenneth - Shadow Warriors
    • Williams, Juan - Enough: The Phony Leaders, Dead-End Movements, and Culture of Failure That Are Undermining Black America--and What We Can Do About It
    • Wright, Lawrence - The Looming Tower

Donald Trump: The American Savior Clarifies the Task of MAKING AMERICA GREAT AGAIN

Renouncing Fatalism: Trump and Tocqueville in Poland

Trump did well in Poland to eschew all talk of “the wrong side of history” and instead to emphasize the real power, for good and ill, that we have over our own destiny. By doing so he defended our dignity and upheld our humanity.

Donald Trump says a lot of striking things. This tendency has been the theme of a good deal of commentary over the last two years. Less noticed, but no less interesting, are his striking omissions: Trump says many things that a normal politician would not say, but he also sometimes omits things that a normal politician would say. And sometimes those omissions are not to be regretted but praised. Such is the case with President Trump’s recent address to the people of Poland.

Speaking in Warsaw, Trump warned his listeners that civilization is threatened by extremism and terrorism. He then reassured his listeners that the enemies of civilization would be defeated. So far, the president had said nothing that many other modern, western political leaders might also have said in a speech about international affairs—although the commonplace character of his warnings and reassurances might have been somewhat obscured by the combative tone for which he is so famous.

Then came the remarkable and significant omission. Trump did not rest his reassurance on the same ground as the typical politician would. The kind of contemporary political leader to which we are accustomed would have told his audience that the enemies of civilization are sure to be defeated because they are “on the wrong side of history.”

Trump said nothing of the sort. To the contrary, he said, in effect, that the enemies of civilization are sure to be defeated because the defenders of civilization are determined to defeat them. “Our adversaries,” Trump said, “are doomed because we will never forget who we are,” and we, accordingly, will not fail to do what is necessary to preserve the blessings we have inherited.

This rhetorical change makes all the difference in the world. The typical formulation reassures us that goodness will prevail because History—understood as a superhuman, impersonal force—tends of its own accord in the direction of goodness. This is history as it is understood by the ideology of progress, moving of necessity toward greater enlightenment, freedom, and justice for all human beings.

Trump’s formulation, in contrast, holds that goodness will prevail because the good will exert themselves. On his view, the outcome rests on us—not on any impersonal, superhuman forces but on personal and human ones. Trump hammered this point home by raising the possibility that civilization would be destroyed if civilized people fail to do their part to defend it. The failure of the enemies of civilization, he suggested, is conditional: they are “doomed to fail ifwe want them to fail.” And if we do not do our duty, this civilization, which is unlike any that has existed before, will pass away and “will never, ever exist again.”

In framing the issue in this way, Trump performed an important service—at least according to the thought of Alexis de Tocqueville. It is unlikely that Trump has ever studied Tocqueville’s Democracy in America. Perhaps, then, it was by what Machiavelli would have called a “fortunate astuteness” that the president addressed a democratic people in precisely the way that a responsible democratic statesman should address them.

For Tocqueville, one of the great dangers to human dignity in democratic times is that human beings will lose the belief in the efficacy of their own wills, that they will conclude that they have no control over their own fate. To some extent, a decline in belief in the power of the individual is inevitable in democracies. It is, after all, a fact evident to everyone that individuals have less power to control events in democracies than in aristocracies. In an aristocracy, some men are born into powerful families and raised automatically into positions of authority, able to direct vast social forces by their mere commands. In a democracy, in contrast, individuals are all equal, and are therefore all equally weak in comparison to the body of society itself. There, individuals can only hope to exert influence on the course of events by uniting themselves into associations. As a result, democratic peoples are much more inclined to understand their own histories as the outcome of large social movements rather than as the result of the decisions of key individuals.

The danger, however, is that the citizens of a democracy will take these ideas too far and reach the conclusion that even peoples and nations have no control over their fates. “Once the trace of the influence of individuals on the nations has been lost,” Tocqueville warns, “we are often left with the sight of the world moving without anyone moving it.” Then “one is tempted to believe that this movement is not voluntary and that societies unconsciously obey some superior dominating force.” This kind of thinking must be resisted, Tocqueville teaches, because it degrades human beings by teaching them that they have nothing serious to do, nothing important for which to strive, nothing of vital consequence for which they can be held responsible. Therefore, it is the part of enlightened democratic leaders to emphasize the real power that nations have over their own fates, “for we need to raise men’s souls, not complete their prostration.” The doctrine of historical progress, so popular among modern democratic peoples, and so often affirmed by democratic statesmen, teaches precisely the kind of fatalism against which Tocqueville warns.

A similar fatalism animates some of President Trump’s political enemies—those proponents of globalization who contend that it is a force beyond the power of any nation to control. These people are for the most part well intentioned. They want things to turn out well, and they therefore want to believe that History will ensure that they turn out well. But such reassurances, however well meant, in fact diminish us by denying us any control over our own future. This is why, from a Tocquevillian perspective, Trump did well in Poland to eschew all talk of “the wrong side of history” and instead to emphasize the real power, for good and ill, that we have over our own destiny. By doing so he defended our dignity and upheld our humanity.

President Trump’s rhetorical choices in Poland possessed another virtue worth noting in this context. It is not only more edifying to teach our responsibility for preserving civilization. It is also more realistic.

Those who believe in History as Progress tend to assume that civilization is indestructible. After all, for civilization to decline or fall would be the opposite of Progress, and it would call into question the progressives’ most cherished beliefs. The possibility must therefore not be admitted. As progressives always insist, “you can’t turn back the clock.”

This belief may be comforting, but there is no serious reason to believe that it is anything other than a comforting—and dangerous—illusion. Civilizations can regress as well as progress, and they can even fall apart. A little more than one hundred years ago, most enlightened Europeans believed in progress with as much certainty as many do today. Nevertheless, they were on the verge of a century that would see barbarities of a severity and on a scale never before encountered in human history. A long time before that, many people believed that the Roman imperium was a divine dispensation, as unshakable as the order of nature itself. It nevertheless collapsed………Please read on!

 

http://www.thepublicdiscourse.com/2017/07/19741/

Watch Fired FBI Director Comey’s Testimony Here

I didn’t have an opportunity to watch the political  leftist arranged television event today starring former FBI director, James Comey…..the one newly elected President Donald J. Trump fired recently…..the one Democrats hated for sniping publicly about one of countless Hillary crimes while running for the American Presidency, the one she and all of her devoted racists and feminists felt she deserved for being Hillary.

I had to go to work.

On my way to work, and until 11AM I caught the event on radio.

Our American deviates in Washington, the  Axis concocted by Hillary sore losers,  Chas  Schumer deviates, you know the creepier Al Franken types, the New York Times, Washington Post, CNN, CBS, NBC, MNBC and nearly all of the rest of the media including Fox on a bad day;   the new leftier klutzes causing American President Donald J. Trump trouble in Washington.  I follow American national politics closely…and have so since the Dewey-Truman presidential campaign in 1948.  (It sure beats going to the horse races.)

I admit I love our American 45th President.   I love him for his obvious traits and gifts…and his honesty according to what he sees and senses.  He loves his country.  He sees it, knows it is in financial and moral decay.

We haven’t had a really gifted and astute, uplifting  President during  my life with the exception of  Harry S. Truman, John F. Kennedy,  and Ronald Reagan.  Worse, the country was profoundly struck down by American hater, racist, feminist, open borders for illegal voters foreigner Barack Hussein Obama for the past eight years of national disorder and decline.

Best of all, Donald J. Trump is an American non-politician.   He’s “Ugely” American bright….and the fascist-feminists leftist hounds controlling  our today’s  education world hate him  and all the rest of us over age 60 as well who aren’t drugged by the glory of ignorance, atheism,  and meaningless unemployment.

THE COMEY PERFORMANCE

Mr. Comey seemed a good man….a gentle man…..or perhaps not quite a man, but rather a boy scout determined to do good by obeying Obama’s urban  scoutmasters……a  2017 man, that is, not quite a man at all.   Gentle, plotting, polite, shy-pretending, a person who loved his job station in life…..an almost man, a bureaucrat who wanted to do good to honor his name….an almost man who had worked in the political maneuvering world all of his adult life, who tried to do good so others would know him as good.

And then along comes businessman, Donald J. Trump winning a presidential election beating the  government establishment, the Hillary establishment, the newsprint establishment, the television news establishment, the leftist college urchins without knowledge and careers, countless  programmed black racists, 12,000,000 illegal voting immigrants….some less illegal than others whose arrivals were all seen by leftist fascists as  votes for their inevitable forever dictatorship  future.

Business man Trump is hated by countless Republicans as well….news industry people.   His  nose isn’t sufficiently perfect for the manikin they could display as their toady.   Mr. Trump reeks leadership.  He builds towers, golf courses, skating rinks.  He likes people.  He is a Republican who  loves his country and is fed up with those GOPers who have colluded with   leftist leaches draining our America of blood for more than a decade in  the name of the  gods of global warming, sanctuary cities,  brainless screamy coeds, and Windy City urban murderers.

Be sure to enjoy this spectacle presented below….how these Democrat vermin and their Republican compatriots welcomed President Donald J. Trump to the 45th presidency of these “United” states of America to solve our nation’s countless problems…..

GOD BLESS PRESIDENT DONALD J. TRUMP and Marco Rubio!

https://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/2017/06/08/watch_live_fired_fbi_director_james_comey_senate_testimony.html

 

David French on “Liberalizing”…the Way to Dusty Christian Death

Comment on the following article by David French regarding making folks feel  at home or play when attending Christian Church religious services.

I admit I am a devoted JudeoChristian regarding thought, word, and deed.  However, I am unChurched….and have been for 60 years or more…..a person who loved the beauty and word of Sunday Church services as a child and young man.

I also loved and do still love the beautiful language and its messages in the King James Bible.

Two years ago Christmas Day I attended my first Christmas Day service in more than 60 years, hoping, “praying”,  the music and spirit and  joy of the day, reviewing the miracle  of birth and life  and struggle for goodness that was indoctrinated so profoundly  unto me from all fronts as a boy and teenager,  would return in spirit.

Fewer than half of the several hundred parish visitors that morning were able to sing the hymn, “Hark, The Herald Angels Sing” to open the service.   Within five minutes of some words of welcome, a subordinate pastor invited the audience to stand and sing along, “Happy Birthday Jesus”.

I left immediately, but very quietly.

I have in the past 40 years however attended two Christian services unmatched in language, unmatched  in  beauty for  eye and ear and imagination of the mind, chants from its  priests, its  choir, its ancient mysticism, its fragrance all causing  inspiration and wonder, feeling you are in touch with the countless yesterdays of a thousand years of worship and 75 years  Socialist-Communist evil.

Both were Russian Orthodox….one in New York City at Manhattan’s St. Nicholas Cathedral, and the other on a Sunday in  October, 1990 in Kiev  where in attendance I saw thousands upon thousands of Ukrainians, defying their Communist dictators,  lined up for blocks, holding their  lit candles, awaiting their turn to enter God’s house for blessings and God’s spirit.   No one spoke a word while waiting.

Liberals can be as dangerous to liberty as Leftists.   Please read the following article by David French sent by Mark Waldeland:

http://www.nationalreview.com/article/417931/liberalization-great-way-shrink-church-extinction-david-french

Note to Cjack…1

Some weeks ago, long time MN Group reader, Cjack wrote the following note connected to an article regarding “Olden Times”.   We have never met beyond writings at this post.   So many of us Trumpies are isolated.   We have been made so in part because of our ages in life…..

I am guessing conservative American colleague, Cjack is into his early 70s by age…”What say you, Cjack?”…. still in your mid 60s?

Thank you for writing the following.  Please feel free to share more, much more about Americana and life.

NOTE FROM Cjack 1

“Coincidentally ghr, I also had internet problems with my service provider. My pc suffered some trauma from the incompetence of its remote technicians on distant shores who couldn’t get their tasks straight so I dismissed them and installed a better-quality integrated modem/router, set my own wireless network connections, ran a number of software repairs and restored my files; but I’m still attempting to recover much of our discussion group’s key commentaries that may have been erased by these turkeys.

So I am back and much elated to know you are on the watch to keep the nasty DNC toads out of the pond. I just cannot believe the extent to which they have gone to attack the President and his loved ones, and his cabinet. That DNC coalition of endless radicals funded by George Soros and incited by Obama and Bonnie and Clyde Clinton are bent on taking down the lawful government of the United States, yet dumb America refuses to be educated. How can dumb folks like Maxine Waters be elected to the US Congress? Common Core, that’s why! Our kids are under-educated and as uninformed as their liberal teachers, who click their fingers at rap music drinking ‘Starbucks Latte’ on the NYC subway on the way home to their rent-controlled apartments to a TV dinner and another dose of nonsense dispensed by liberal media.

Speaking of another topic of interest, that is the shakeup and shakedown at Fox News; it is heart wrenching to know that the Irish Leprechaun who every Christmas, and on many other occasions, stood up to the hordes who are trying to destroy Conservative American values and ideals, will no longer be at Fox News. Though the Irish Leprechaun may have often blown some hot air and tip-toed back on forth with Obama on the Factor, he did take ‘Sir’ Rupert’s Fox News network to high financial ground erasing the financial beating the old newspaper mogul took in the UK when the gossip laden “Sun” was driven out of business. In the end it was sad to see the Irish Leprechaun’s ego so out of control which permitted the salivating liberals to use what may have been unfounded allegations of sex harassment, to send him back to the dog patch in Long Island. Oh my, the gender war was on as soon as the ‘feminazis’ began to taste blood as ‘Sir’ Rupert started doling out the cash to appease the gold digging vixens at Fox. I tell you these ‘slick’ vixens in the media have found a way to intimidate the insecure ‘hombres’ with a wink, high gloss manicure, crimson lips, smooth leather garbs, and a shake of the tail; then when their careers begin to slide all they have to do is shout “sexual harassment” knowing the foolish old men will pay up to keep things quiet. I say call their bluff by taking them to court to unveil the evidence. Heck, sexual harassment can go both ways, right?

Though they say one of the young Murdoch boys is married to someone who works in some corner under the auspices of the Clinton Foundation, let’s hope ‘Sir’ Rupert’s two young bulls will defend our conservative value and ideals by raising Fox News above the mundane; let them not allow the morally misguided to lead Fox News and the nation; we have enough bad behavior in the liberal media, already.

Lastly, our man Trump is moving on steadily as he promised, yet there are so many croaking frogs in that dirty DC swamp to deal with. However, Beijing is buying American coal and beefing up its army at the border with North Korea; ISIS is being decimated; Moscow is not as vociferous; and Tehran is beginning to mumble. I tell you that big bomb did send a warning. It may be that the overfed lunatic in Pyongyang is not going to last much longer, but let’s check with Vegas and London for the odds.

Keep up the good work, ghr. Best regards, always.

(Thank you Cjack.  I am worried about big bombs.    I do like the ones which  send messages to fanatic Communist savages who hate America best……I find the chief of China’s relations caused by  Our Donald refreshing, hopeful, even inspiring.    What say you?    ghr)

THE DISAPPEARANCE OF BEAUTY IN OUR WORLD

IN TRAGEDY…https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sLcbfF9ypmM&index=6&list=RDOkHGUaB1Bs8

IN LOVE:……..https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0HVjTPqe5I0

REGARDING LIFE:  As for man, his days are as grass;  “as a flower of the field, so he flourisheth.    For the wind passeth over it, and it is gone;  and the place thereof shall know it no more.”

Regarding Troubles of our Time: https://youtu.be/TKqVtXG8VOE

I Happen to Like Steve Bannon…..How About You?

Fox News Exclusive: The making of Steve Bannon, from young Navy man to White House power player

by Douglas Kennedy   at  Fox News:

“On Feb. 24, 1981, Ronald Reagan went to the Pentagon to give the Medal of Honor to Vietnam Vet Roy Benavidez. A main theme in the speech, given just a month after Reagan’s inauguration, was to let military personnel know they mattered.

“There’s been no ‘thank you’ for their sacrifice,” Reagan said. “It’s time to show pride in them and thank them.”

In the audience that day was a young Steve Bannon, now special counsel to President Trump, but then a 27-year-old junior lieutenant in Pentagon operations. Bannon’s longtime friend Sonny Masso was standing next to him that day, and says Reagan’s nationalistic military message had a huge impact on both men.

“This speech was a game changer,” Masso recently recalled, noting the difference between how President Carter had seemingly ignored their sacrifices during his time in office. “It was the first time somebody had shown appreciation. It was the first time somebody appreciated the investment of our lives of our time and also gave us an inspiration for the future.”

“He’s been at the low levels seeing what people are doing… and at the same time knowing what’s going on at the high levels.”

Bannon would later tell Bloomberg News Service: “I wasn’t political until I got into the service and saw how badly Jimmy Carter f—ed things up. I became a huge Reagan admirer.”

Bannon had joined the Navy in 1977, just as Carter took office, and in six months became an officer—an accomplishment he likes to point out he achieved on merit.

“I’m a naval officer— a real naval officer,” he told an audience in 2011 to laughter. “Not a graduate of the Naval Academy.”

Bannon’s naval career took on increased significance and scrutiny last November after he transitioned from campaign adviser and alt-right hero to a seat on the National Security Council.

“Having the chief strategist for the president in those meetings who has a significant military background to help guide what the president’s final analysis is going to be is crucial,” White House spokesman Sean Spicer told ABC News.

So exactly what is Bannon’s significant military background and how will it be used to guide the President’s analyses?

Bannon spent half of his seven-year Navy career on a now decommissioned Spruance-class destroyer, at the time called the Paul F. Foster. As a junior lieutenant, Bannon was in charge of engineering— overseeing maintenance of the ship’s water purifiers and propulsion engines.

Bannon would later move topside, where he became ship navigator, calculating precise coordinates to guide the ship around the Pacific and Indian oceans. It was here, he says he learned how to think.

“I understand one thing: mathematics,” Bannon would tell a South Carolina Tea Party rally in 2016, “and the application of mathematics to the real world.”

It makes sense to Dave Ziemba, who served with Bannon and was also a navigator on the Foster.

“Well, the whole process of navigation,” he recently explained, “whether it’s piloting in and out of port, or celestial navigation out in the open ocean involves a lot of mathematical disciplines from geometry to trigonometry and analysis and interpolation of data.”

Bannon later used what he calls his mathematical mind to make millions as an investment banker for Goldman Sachs and as a Hollywood tycoon investing in blockbuster hits like “Seinfeld” before they became successful. His friends say it’s the same empirical thinking that compels him to try to address what he sees as America’s biggest problems: Debt and globalism.

It also informs his views on radical Islamic terrorism.

“We’re now, I believe, at the beginning stages of a global war against Islamic fascism,” Bannon said in a 2014 video conference to an audience at the Vatican

It’s an apocalyptic stance that has many on the left labeling him an Islamaphobe.

But Bannon’s also got enemies on the right, primarily for his vilification of Republican elites, who support what he calls crony capitalism.

“The bonus pool on Wall Street is going to be the same despite all the guys who contributed all the destruction,” he said in 2011. “All their stock is worth a ton of money because we wiped them out and gave them free money. There’s no recession in the Hamptons or D.C.”

In the Navy, Bannon never saw actual combat. But he was at the helm of the Foster as it accompanied the USS Nimitz into the Persian Gulf in the spring of 1980. The Nimitz carried the helicopters and crew of Operation Eagle Claw—-the doomed rescue operation of the Iranian hostage crisis.

Masso, who was also on the Foster, said neither knew until later the small role they had played in the failed mission. But it certainly affected Bannon’s view of President Carter.

“[Steve] lost confidence, as a lot of the nation did, between the Iranian the hostage crisis, the economy and a botched mission. It was embarrassing, and it made a difference [in how Steve viewed President Carter,]” Masso said.

A few months later Bannon was at the Pentagon, serving on the staff of Chief of Naval Operations Capt. J. Arnold.

“[Bannon] was a very good problem solver,” Arnold recently recalled. “When I had a problem that I needed help on, he was a good guy to go to. And he knew people in the Pentagon who knew the answers when I needed answers.”

It was around this time Masso says Bannon became politically engaged, recalling watching a Carter-Reagan debate in October of 1980.

“He behaved as if it was a prize fight,” he said. “He was on his feet pacing and it was a point, counterpoint and he was quite animated.”

Longtime Bannon friend Pat McKim was also at the Pentagon then and says Bannon displayed an amazing acuity for judging people’s motives and thoughts.

“He could see this guy is trying to become Chief of Naval Operations,” McKim said in a phone interview. “I was clueless, and Steve was like he’s lobbying to become CNO…He could sense what was going on behind the scenes.”

Bannon’s job at the Pentagon included carrying messages to senior officers and writing reports about the state of the Navy fleet worldwide.

“We didn’t deal with strategic issues in any way.” Arnold said. “There was nothing Steve did in this job working for me that prepared him for the job he’s in now.”

Still his friends say it was at the Pentagon where Bannon acquired some big ambitions, including telling McKim he wanted one day to be Secretary of Defense.

“And I thought that was interesting,” McKim said. “Because most guys that get out of the Navy with political ambitions want to come back as Secretary of the Navy not the Secretary of Defense.”

Big plans that led Bannon to take classes at Georgetown University earning him a degree in International Relations. And would also send him to Harvard School of Business, Goldman Sachs and eventually become a leading thinker in the Tea Party movement.

“He left the Navy armed with a strong education and a drive to get mired with dirty hands to help solve] real problems,” Masso said.

McKim points out Bannon thrived in two very different worlds in the Navy. First, with the enlisted men on the Foster and then with the power brokers at the pentagon.

“To be able to do both of those is what Steve’s done his entire life,” said McKim. “He’s been at the low levels seeing what people are doing… and at the same time knowing what’s going on at the high levels.”

Experiences in the Navy, McKim says will allow Bannon to express the needs of some of Americas’ most forgotten voices inside some of America’s most powerful halls.

Douglas Kennedy currently serves as a correspondent for FOX News Channel (FNC). He joined the network in 1996 and is based in New York.”

(As you know today’s Schumer Democrats are of the atheist fascistic kind,  well trained in the art of character assassinations.   These are single party politically leftist peoples who hate JudeoChristian citizens….Steve Bannon is among the top of the crop fascistic news  folks at  CBS, CNN, NBC, MSNBC, ABC, PBS hate most among Our Donald’s world….Just thought you should know.  ghr)

 

PRAGER UNIVERSITY: IF THERE IS NO GOD, MURDER ISN’T WRONG!!

(WITHOUT GOOD, THERE IS NO BAD!   ONLY THINKING MAKES IT SO!)
                                                      . . . . .
“Is murder wrong? How do you know? In this week’s video, Dennis Prager shows why, unless there is a God who says murder is wrong, believing murder is immoral is, well, just an opinion. And what happens when entire societies stop believing in God? As Dennis explains, the 20th century provides some tragic answers.
Presented by

DENNIS PRAGER

If there is no God, murder isn’t wrong. You may think it’s wrong, but how do you know it’s wrong? As Dennis Prager explains, without God, all morality is mere opinion.

Please click below to be refreshed regarding the obvious our today’s   American Leftists  refuse to know.

https://www.prageru.com/courses/religionphilosophy/if-there-no-god-murder-isnt-wrong