Sam Weaver column
Sam Weaver is a native Texan. Lively discussions back in 1984--first with his very liberal girlfriend, and then with several college instructors--made him question his beliefs and his belief system. From that point on, one major prayer has sustained him: "God, please reveal Yourself to me and show me Truth!" This prayer, and his on-going, 22-year philosophical quest, has given Sam unique insight on the deep and "controversial" topics of religion, politics, economics and science. He can be contacted at

The atheistic religion and modern "science," Part II b
Sam Weaver
October 27, 2020

[NOTE: I am deeply saddened upon hearing about the loss of Lloyd Marcus. Profound Agape and prayers to Mary and to all of Lloyd’s family. He will be . . .

The atheistic religion and modern "science," Part II a
Sam Weaver
November 6, 2019

(Author's note: Over the past three to four years, I've received many emails, tweets and DM's on Twitter inquiring why I have not published anything lately on . . .

The Atheistic religion and modern "science" Part I
Sam Weaver
March 18, 2014

Every living, rational, sane and sentient human being (including Richard Dawkins, Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson, Bill Nye, "the science guy" and Bill Maher) has a . . .

Homosexuality and the unpardonable sin
Sam Weaver
March 3, 2014

In Matthew 12:31-32, Jesus defines an unforgivable (or, unpardonable) sin. This sin is blasphemy of (or speaking lies against) the Holy Spirit. The immediate . . .

The TEA Party is alive and well!
Sam Weaver
February 1, 2014

I cannot prove it, but I strongly believe the outcome of the 2012 presidential election may have been completely different were it not for the IRS scandal.  . . .

Duck Dynasty dust-up
Sam Weaver
December 21, 2013

Webster defines "bigot": 1) a person who holds blindly and intolerantly to a particular creed, opinion, etc. 2) a narrow-minded person. "Creed" is defined:  . . .

An open letter to ancient alien theorists*
Sam Weaver
October 23, 2013

I greatly appreciate your willingness to think outside the box. I applaud your ability to reject certain aspects of conventional wisdom (CW) and group think.  . . .

Socialism vs. capitalism: Part V
Sam Weaver
October 29, 2012

Every presidential election year, some pundits — primarily Liberty-loving conservative commentators — proclaim that this is the most important . . .

Socialism vs. capitalism: Part IV
Sam Weaver
October 21, 2012

In any free society, socialism begins when government is given the power and authority arbitrarily to redistribute wealth. "But Weaver," you may retort,  . . .

Socialism vs. capitalism: Part III
Sam Weaver
October 12, 2012

Every election year, politicians run for office on their "bold, new ideas (plans)." Often, those politicians either rise or fall based upon the assessment of . . .

Socialism vs. capitalism: Part II
Sam Weaver
October 4, 2012

In Part I of this series, I stated the contemporary "conventional wisdom" definitions of socialism and Marxism. A brief attempt was then made to reveal the . . .

Socialism vs. capitalism: Part I
Sam Weaver
September 27, 2012

Many commentators — including one prominent "conservative" (i.e., traditionalist) pundit — chastise those on the "far right" who dare to call . . .

The Big Lie (Große Lüge): Part X
Sam Weaver
April 6, 2012

This final installment of "The Big Lie (Große Lüge)" is dedicated to Andrew Breitbart. Part IX of this series did not comprehensively answer the questions . . .

The Big Lie (Große Lüge): Part IX
Sam Weaver
March 1, 2012

[Author's Note: I have three more books to recommend highly: Duped America by Richard Bernstein, Ameritopia by Mark Levin and last, but certainly not least, . . .

The Big Lie (Große Lüge): Part VIII
Sam Weaver
December 3, 2011

[Author's Note: Please forgive the lengthy hiatus between the previous article of this series and the one below. I have been very busy. The company where I am . . .

The Big Lie (Große Lüge): Part VII
Sam Weaver
August 14, 2011

I began planning and outlining this series of articles way back in late March. By the first week of April, I had a distinct outline. Parts V through VIII would . . .

The Big Lie (Große Lüge): Part VI
Sam Weaver
July 17, 2011

A brief section of Part I of this series was devoted to defining American Liberty & Justice. In a parenthetical note near the end of that section, I promised an . . .

The Big Lie (Große Lüge): Part V
Sam Weaver
June 26, 2011

In the last article of this series, I focused on the ultimate Big Lie (i.e., "God is Dead."). In this article, and the next three subsequently, I hope to expose . . .

The Big Lie (Große Lüge): Part IV
Sam Weaver
June 11, 2011

What was the first Big Lie? If you had asked any American from 1776 until about 1960 that question, your answer would almost certainly have included some . . .

The Big Lie (Große Lüge): Part III
Sam Weaver
May 28, 2011

On 13 April, President Obama gave a speech on the budget. As just about every other Obama speech, it was sparse on specifics and laden with "lofty" rhetoric. As . . .

The Big Lie (Große Lüge): Part II
Sam Weaver
May 7, 2011

In a series of books and articles from 1882 until his death in 1900, German philosopher Friedrich Nietzche famously declared, "God is dead." A form of . . .

The Big Lie (Große Lüge): Part I
Sam Weaver
April 16, 2011

Life is full of irony; dramatic or otherwise. Irony is defined by my tattered Old World Collegiate Dictionary (sense 1) as "a method of humorous or subtly . . .

A few thoughts on hate...and tyranny, Part III Große Lüge
Sam Weaver
April 9, 2011

In the fifth paragraph of Part I of this series, I made two statements and a parenthetical promise: "The U.S. Constitution was designed and written entirely . . .

A few thoughts on hate...and tyranny, Part II
Sam Weaver
January 21, 2011

I often make bold, vague or controversial statements with little or no explanation in this column for the sole purpose of drawing response/input/discussion from . . .

A few thoughts on hate...and tyranny
Sam Weaver
January 13, 2011

The word "hate" is a powerful word. So, too, are its several synonyms such as "bigotry," "racism," "sexism" and "homophobia." The greatest tool that mankind . . .

Social Security facts and myths: Part III
Sam Weaver
October 30, 2010

In Part I of this series, I asked two questions: 1) Since when has loving individual Liberty and despising top-down control by bureaucrats been considered  . . .

Social Security facts and myths: Part II
Sam Weaver
September 21, 2010

At the end of my last column, I asked two questions. I also promised a follow-up column in which I would attempt to answer those two questions. Before I . . .

Social Security facts and myths
Sam Weaver
August 31, 2010

Do You believe that the Social Security program was designed to help you as an individual citizen? Do you believe that it is a good program for both you and . . .

Arizona's SB 1070: facts, myths, and the big picture
Sam Weaver
May 19, 2010

The recently passed Arizona Immigration Law (SB 1070) has generated a media frenzy. I am shocked — shocked! — that this could happen in an election year.  . . .

Open letter to Bill O'Reilly: Part II
Sam Weaver
February 6, 2010

On behalf of you, my precious readers, and based upon several email responses, there are a few things that I must clarify in my "Open Letter to Bill O'Reilly."  . . .

Open letter to Bill O'Reilly
Sam Weaver
January 19, 2010

Dear Bill, Brit Hume is right. Senator Reid's remarks did not denigrate President Obama or African-Americans. Reid's statement (re: "light-skinned" sans . . .

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