To The Daily Sun,
I sentence Professor Cracraft to 12, uninterrupted, hours of listening to the "Hallelujah Chorus" for his secular silliness in asserting that there is no war on Christianity in this country. And he shall do so while sitting straight up on a "hard on the tuckus" pew. "And he shall reign forever and ever." Yes I know, it is but a silly wish and if wishes were horses then beggars would ride. But hey, I feel better just visualizing Scott in this uncomfortable position for yet another ball faced lie in his last column.
Ever since the 1960s sexual revolution, the secularists and atheists have been trying to kill the Christian religious conscience in favor of some militant view of self-determination. You know, praying to the inner god of human will and power. All the while, living in the narcissistic world where, if it feels good do it, do it in the road mentality. It's the new gender-free society where the radicalized Supreme Court can mandate that all priests must marry those in the gay community. That all bakeries must cater to gay weddings. More states are realizing that their religious liberty protection is now vulnerable to lawsuits.
It must have been like a brain freeze headache for Secretary of State John Kerry to admit that there is Christian genocide going on in the Middle East, home to the religion of peace. Of course even the professor knows that the left has been attacking Christianity for a long, long time when one looks at the history of socialism and communism, and of course Islam, seemingly blood brothers of the left.
The freedom of religion principle has been used in subtle and now not-so-subtle ways to marginalize prayers and Christian traditions. Remember back during the government shutdown when Catholic priests were threatened with being arrested for performing voluntary Masses? Or when former Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel stated that priests do not contribute to the morale and well-being of military personnel? Those disruptive students at Wickenburg Christian Academy were told to knock off those quiet prayers on the steps of the Supreme Court. Who can forget when Christian missionaries were arrested for having the audacity to discuss Christianity on the public sidewalk of an Arab festival of diversity. Now that was pure blasphemy, lock 'em up!
Of course these rules do not apply do the doctrine of mosque and state. While the ACLU is hell-bent on banning Christian prayers in schools, they fight to allow for Muslims to pray in schools. There are literally hundreds and hundreds of examples of the war on Christianity by the left.
And what about the Little Sisters of the Poor v. Burwell? They had to go to court to fight for their religious beliefs against the Obamacare insurance mandates for businesses. As decrees dictator Obama from on high, you little sisters will make a habit of providing abortifacients, prescription contraceptives and surgical sterilizations or I will damn well put you out of business. As far as I know, there is still hope for the Little Sisters of the Poor. Let us all pray. Can't you just picture a nun rapping little Scottie on the knuckles while demanding that he pay attention to his lessons. Visualization can be such fun.
Yes, let's not hold our breath waiting for the man who claims to love critical thinking, to do some critical thinking while debating those who dare to disagree with him.
Oh, and one other item for the professor. Your claim that chiropractors tell their patients not to vaccinate. That is also a lie from all that I know and I know about a dozen chiropractors. Listen closely, Scott, because this is not a difficult concept. Chiropractors give their patients information about vaccines and flu shots so that they can have an intelligent conversation with their doctors and come up with an informed decision and thus make an informed choice using critical thinking skills. Parents of children are still allowed to use their critical thinking skills, aren't they, Scott?
Of course the left continually reminds us that children actually belong to the "government collective" and not to their parents, as Melissa Harris-Perry reminded us not too long ago. As far as I know, chiropractors are not allowed to announce to their patients, "do not vaccinate your children." Careful Scott, your slandering of chiropractors almost sounds a little like libel. I would hate for anything to tarnish your distinguished reputation as a teacher and instructor of young souls eager to learn objective, critical thinking skills from you.
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