Emanon's Gun Politics - Email QuestionsEmanon Gun Politics - Email Questions
I have gotten several emails about my view on guns, while I have written quite extensively about my view on guns, some of these people asked specific questions that I will now answer. I will also be writing a bit more about my interest with guns, as I did in a previous piece but expanding on it…
Understand, most of my especially more left leaning friends do not agree with my views on guns – since most of my followers do tend to be more left leaning I do not expect some of you to agree with me either. That’s fine everyone is entitled to their own view. I may be answering further questions in the comment section as long as it is an actual question.
I will be quoting or paraphrasing some of my other pieces that I have written on guns and will be linking them all in the Artist Comment Section below. Okay, here goes, the questions. Note, I have a habit of extrapolating my answers, so my answers can be a simple yes or no… but
Gay is the new black... my opinionGay is the new black... my opinion2 years ago in Philosophical More Like This
[I will be quoting older pieces I have written on gay rights within this piece as well, any piece quoted will say which piece it is from and the piece shall be linked in the Artist Comments
As with many of my pieces, I enjoy, expect and welcome differences of views, but if you are just coming to say the gay agenda is equal to legalizing pedophilia, bestiality, etc. [which has happened on a few previous pieces by the same individual] then please spare me that nonsense and write your own piece where you can spread that ignorance that homosexuals are all pedophiles, and wish to corrupt your children etc..
I am more than happy for comments from those who disagree, but please, and I truly ask you not to come here with the conspiratorial nonsense. If you disagree with gay marriage, GREAT!!! That is your right, if you do not think it should be legalized, GREAT yet when you start then it is wrong because of the bible, as an atheist you must understand if I do
What it means to be an atheistWhat it means to be an atheist3 years ago in Editorial More Like This
I told a friend on here that I would post this and see what happens. Understand that when I say "What it means to be an atheist" I am speaking clearly from my perspective. Some atheists may agree with my stance or world outlook, others may not. That is the great thing about this world, not everyone will agree with you.
First I will say that, as atheists we understand the blind faith of theists. I mean we understand the whole believing in god, and all of that even though we personally have no use for it. You have that amazing luxury of living in such a surrealist style of reality that may border on the lines of insanity.
For me being an atheist means we do not have that luxury, for me it is an easy escape to say, god will do this, god will do that if I pray for it. But for an atheist we do not have that luxury of waiting for a god or some other being to step in and help with the woes of the world. As an atheist I believe it is our job to try and help others whenever poss
An atheist on theism + atheismAn atheist on theism + atheism3 years ago in Philosophical More Like This
I was a bit bored so figured I would check my e-mails; in my message was an email from an xtian asking my views on not only religion but atheism as well.
Okay here goes, should be somewhat simple as I am use to speaking about my views on these issues. This may or may not be updated, and fixed at a later date because my mind is all jumbled so I will write it and then if needed edit at a later date . It more than likely will be long but we shall see.
I will start with religions.
Since this particularly person did not clarify what type of religion or belief they were referring to, I will discuss them in parts.
First I will speak of my views on the Abrahamic Faiths, which include Islam, Christianity and Judaism. I personally have no favorable view of these particular faiths; with all of the false moralities of a corrupted people. Each of their books speak of killing all who do not believe as they do, each of their books speaking of killing for a myriad of reasons that people do daily.
Anti-American Me....Anti-American Me....2 years ago in Philosophical More Like This
A few days ago I was debating someone who considers themselves a "conservative libertarian", while debating things like social issues, economic issues this person after hearing that I was a proponent of investing heavy in education and a big advocate for either some type of universal health care system, which is my first choice, or hearing a real plan on how to stop the current 150K Americans who die every year due to a lack of medical coverage in the early 90s 45K Americans died due to a lack of medical coverage which is when you saw the Republicans of the 90s put forth several individual healthcare mandates Now, 20 years later the number of Americans who die due to a lack of medical coverage has grown 300% to 150K
Well after going back and forth this individual stated that I advocate for a "nanny state" and that makes me a bleeding heart leftist which makes me anti-American.
At the time I commented back with, I am not a bleeding heart, I am a prag
Gay Rights in America IIGay Rights in America II3 years ago in Editorial More Like This
I was bored debating someone on another website I was on when the debate went from the use of god in the national pledge and does this violate the free exercise of one's religious liberties as stated by the first amendment, or does it violate the ideals of founding fathers like Thomas Jefferson when he said "I contemplate with sovereign reverence that act of the whole American people which declared that their legislature should "make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof," thus building a wall of separation between Church & State" in his letter to the Danbury priests.
After his going back and forth about racial issues in American history, such as cases Brown v. Board of education, Plessy v. Ferguson and several other cases that went before the supreme court. This particular guy, to his credit was not against the integration of schools, and in fact claimed that he would have supported it; that is if the people of the sta