Creed

15 Dec 18
punkpoetry.com

Punkpoetry.com is pleased to publish another work by Matthew Strimaitis, US-based poet with a self-evident punk sensibility. Enjoy. Luther’s Creed (Restart) The Lutheran Doctrine framed on the chapel door Read lines from the two shot rambles You track in pamphlets and shoe snuffed camels under your feet Boots, snow and sleet, in Germany A warm […]

15 Dec 18
We Must Become The Pitiless Censors of Ourselves

The concept of an Islamic state is an ideological government, different from that of a national state. The ideological system of Islamic law discriminates between people according to religious affiliations. People who reside in an Islamic state ultimately become divided into Muslims and non-Muslims. Responsibility for policy and administration of an Islamic state rests primarily […]

14 Dec 18
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14 Dec 18
The Tired Obsidian

*Spoilers inside y’all. Hey all, it’s time for another check in with the newest Assassin’s Creed game, Odyssey. Last time I did a 20 hour check in and I was feeling pressured to do more bad side quests just to level up enough to get to the actual content I wanted to do, the main […]

14 Dec 18
Simon Roberts

You may or may not be aware but I was married; to Alesha Xaies; we have four daughter which are mine as I proposed to Alesha; she travelled to the universe from our outer reaches beyond the universe; to apparently keep me company; not once did i see her and she spent most of her […]

14 Dec 18
Redwood Times
What matters is how we treat each other; it is a core value that I hold, and that people who self-identify as “liberal” bring to the forefront of their political convictions. The dialogue that has taken place in this country the past two years is all about the conflict of values, the idea of taking care of each other, that kinder and gentler, Christian/Muslim/Jewish nation thing, versus whatever is being sold to this “base” we keep hearing about. The truth is that taking some responsibility for our fellow man with health care and some food if needed cuts across the tenets of our nation’s most popular religions. We have a natural inclination to care about each other. It’s spelled out in that Sermon from the Mount, as well as in the tenants of our creed; we are spiritually inclined to care about people getting enough to eat, getting the health care they need, being able to afford to rent shelter. The alternative is to be calloused, something that is the main idea behind nationalism; we are first, we need our space and strong boundaries, the rest of the world and weaklings can starve. In the past two years we have been citizens of a country that separates small children from their parents as a matter of policy. This practice is deeply embarrassing, and explains why a restaurant in England puts a sign out that says “Americans must be accompanied by an adult.” This expression of the values of our leadership is not an isolated incident; it is consistent of the guiding principles that this country is making choices and decisions by. We are now conforming to the values of a man who cheated on three wives and does not understand how basic processes in our political systems work. We’ve been asked to give the guy a chance, and two years in I’ve observed this administration having unlimited opportunities to do the right thing. While my first choice would be to implement policies that reflect the caring that is inherent in American values, that is not what is being revealed by this administration’s decisions that we are subjected to. Rather, we have a government that is sabotaging a well developed health care plan because it has a name on it that our leader does not respect. There is no evidence that this system was not working, but since it reflects the successes of his predecessor, the President opposes it and is now claiming to be orchestrating a plan that has his name attached to it. As far as an exercise of ego goes, this one is in the top 10 for this administration. The conflict of values continues when we look at the administration’s efforts to weaken environmental protections, a policy designed to increase corporate profits by allowing for more discharge into our waterways. We have further disagreement when we look at how the administration has sold off American lands, especially national parks, to companies who then enjoy relaxed environmental regulations to pursue their interests. We become even further apart when we look at the way this administration has treated people of the Muslim faith, immigrants, and people who have been booted out of Central America with no place to go. None of these things concern themselves with the well being of other humans, these decisions are made with a mindset that reflects one man’s values while the rest of us eat cake. To oppose these things, one must be true to their own values. Caring about others comes first, and to dissent to these boorishly calloused policies is what it means to walk in love, and to be a dutiful American, true to the values of our founding fathers. Joe Shermis resides in McKinleyville.
14 Dec 18
Times-Standard
What matters is how we treat each other; it is a core value that I hold, and that people who self-identify as “liberal” bring to the forefront of their political convictions. The dialogue that has taken place in this country the past two years is all about the conflict of values, the idea of taking care of each other, that kinder and gentler, Christian/Muslim/Jewish nation thing, versus whatever is being sold to this “base” we keep hearing about. The truth is that taking some responsibility for our fellow man with health care and some food if needed cuts across the tenets of our nation’s most popular religions. We have a natural inclination to care about each other. It’s spelled out in that Sermon from the Mount, as well as in the tenants of our creed; we are spiritually inclined to care about people getting enough to eat, getting the health care they need, being able to afford to rent shelter. The alternative is to be calloused, something that is the main idea behind nationalism; we are first, we need our space and strong boundaries, the rest of the world and weaklings can starve. In the past two years we have been citizens of a country that separates small children from their parents as a matter of policy. This practice is deeply embarrassing, and explains why a restaurant in England puts a sign out that says “Americans must be accompanied by an adult.” This expression of the values of our leadership is not an isolated incident; it is consistent of the guiding principles that this country is making choices and decisions by. We are now conforming to the values of a man who cheated on three wives and does not understand how basic processes in our political systems work. We’ve been asked to give the guy a chance, and two years in I’ve observed this administration having unlimited opportunities to do the right thing. While my first choice would be to implement policies that reflect the caring that is inherent in American values, that is not what is being revealed by this administration’s decisions that we are subjected to. Rather, we have a government that is sabotaging a well developed health care plan because it has a name on it that our leader does not respect. There is no evidence that this system was not working, but since it reflects the successes of his predecessor, the President opposes it and is now claiming to be orchestrating a plan that has his name attached to it. As far as an exercise of ego goes, this one is in the top 10 for this administration. The conflict of values continues when we look at the administration’s efforts to weaken environmental protections, a policy designed to increase corporate profits by allowing for more discharge into our waterways. We have further disagreement when we look at how the administration has sold off American lands, especially national parks, to companies who then enjoy relaxed environmental regulations to pursue their interests. We become even further apart when we look at the way this administration has treated people of the Muslim faith, immigrants, and people who have been booted out of Central America with no place to go. None of these things concern themselves with the well being of other humans, these decisions are made with a mindset that reflects one man’s values while the rest of us eat cake. To oppose these things, one must be true to their own values. Caring about others comes first, and to dissent to these boorishly calloused policies is what it means to walk in love, and to be a dutiful American, true to the values of our founding fathers. Joe Shermis resides in McKinleyville.
14 Dec 18
Conversation with the Father

My words fly up, my thoughts remain below. Words without thoughts never to heaven go. (Hamlet, Act iii, Scene 3) So spoke King Claudius as he tried to repent of the murder of his brother. He tried to kneel in prayer, but couldn’t feel any sense of comfort or mercy from God. Claudius realized that […]

14 Dec 18
News Archives Uk

Titan has published a variety of comics based on Ubisoft's Assassin's Creed franchise this past year, but one of the more notable has been Assassin's Creed: Conspiracies, a two-part standalone series previously available in French. Titan has announced it is releasing both parts of it, and it hits comic stores next week. The Assassin's Creed: […]

14 Dec 18
Nachrichten Welt

Titan hat im vergangenen Jahr eine Reihe von Comics veröffentlicht, die auf Ubisofts Assassin's Creed-Franchise basieren, aber einer der bemerkenswertesten war Assassin's Creed: Verschwörungen, eine zweiteilige Standalone-Serie, die bisher nur auf Französisch erhältlich war. Wenn Sie die einzelnen Ausgaben verpasst haben und die Saga in ihrer Gesamtheit erleben möchten, hat Titan angekündigt, beide Teile zusammen […]

14 Dec 18
Technology Arena

The season of overindulgence is almost upon us, and Overcooked 2 is celebrating with “Kevin’s Christmas Cracker,” a festive, and free, bundle of new content. The update includes three fresh recipes (Christmas pudding, mince pies, and hot chocolate), new kitchens, an endless Practice Mode, and more! You can check out a trailer for the very […]

14 Dec 18
Archaeogaming

We did this to ourselves. Humanity’s core set of needs include: food, water, protection from the environment (i.e., clothing and/or shelter), survival of the species. A fifth core need must be included: creativity, which includes both exploration (inside and outside the self) and making things. We fill all of these needs with technology: a stick […]

14 Dec 18
Daily Office Asia-Pacific

We hear that some of you are living in idleness, mere busybodies, not doing any work. In the wilderness prepare the way of the Lord, make straight in the desert a highway for our God. Isaiah 40:3 INVITATORY AND PSALTER Lord, open our lips. And our mouth shall proclaim your praise. Glory to the Father, […]

14 Dec 18
MyComicShop

Greetings from the Odinson, We have seen Cyclops blast giant robots to scrap metal with his optic eye-beams.  We have witnessed the Hulk use monstrous might to prop up an entire mountain range.  We watched in sheer terror as the Dark Phoenix consumed an entire sun, effectively destroying all life in afar off galaxy.  And, we […]