Socialism

Life and Family Not Worth Fighting For, But Socialism Is

In the Sunday Fish Wrapper, Tom Krattenmaker writes what is a typical opinion column for the Fish Wrapper - a lot of liberalism and bashing the Christian right wherever possible.  The thrust of his column is that  Christians should be more concerned about the liberals favorite public policy issues, and move more towards the political center, away from the values of the Christian right.

He starts out with the focus of the piece, a conference on Scripture and public policy.

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In the Sunday Fish Wrapper, Tom Krattenmaker writes what is a typical opinion column for the Fish Wrapper - a lot of liberalism and bashing the Christian right wherever possible.  The thrust of his column is that  Christians should be more concerned about the liberals favorite public policy issues, and move more towards the political center, away from the values of the Christian right.

He starts out with the focus of the piece, a conference on Scripture and public policy.

British Flee Socialized Health Care To Get Good Care Elsewhere

As those who have read the Fish Wrapper for any amount of time know, universal health care is one of the favorite socialist topics they like to promote. After all, wouldn't it be great if we could pay higher taxes to have the government provide all of our health care? Not really. One typical feature of socialized medicine that the liberal socialists like to ignore is the long waiting time for care. People in Britain are tired of dealing with it, so, as written about in the Daily Mail, they are fleeing to other countries for better health care.

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As those who have read the Fish Wrapper for any amount of time know, universal health care is one of the favorite socialist topics they like to promote. After all, wouldn't it be great if we could pay higher taxes to have the government provide all of our health care? Not really. One typical feature of socialized medicine that the liberal socialists like to ignore is the long waiting time for care. People in Britain are tired of dealing with it, so, as written about in the Daily Mail, they are fleeing to other countries for better health care.

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