Hodgepodge JusticeWritten by Terry Dashner
“Hodgepodge thoughts regarding Justice”
I think you will agree with me that Hitler and his Nazi party stand out as one of most repugnant memories in annals of history. The question I raise is this: Were nations that condemned Nazis at Nuremberg trials justified in rendering justice? Now before you question my sanity, please read following lines patiently. If positive law philosophy and macroevolution (theory that holds to idea that all varieties of life forms emanated from a single cell or “common ancestor.”) are highest law by which to bring condemnation upon another human being or sovereign nation, then all sovereign nations have right to do good or do evil, and no other sovereign nation can hold other accountable for its perceived crimes. Follow me. This gets clearer.
As social Darwinism and nationalism merged in Germany during early twentieth century, concept of fostering a genetically superior race called Volk (the people) was established. The idea of Volk was extended to various biological analogies, shaped by contemporary beliefs of heredity, and designed to protect Germany from ‘racial inferiority.’ The German’s were trying to perfect eugenics, science that investigates methods involving betterment of genetic composition of human race. (In this case Aryan race.) One of their goals was to eliminate ‘inferior’ races and offspring and preserve ‘better’ progeny. (This method is perfectly consistent with macroevolution and central principle, survival of fittest.) Nazi Germany figured if they could win war and purge world of Jews and other undesirables, they could rule world as a “revived Roman Empire” to last a thousand years.
Again I ask you: Can America, or any other country, charge German officials with crimes against humanity? Especially since Germany felt it had a national obligation to achieve genetic purity? The research being conducted at death camps was in accordance with Nazi law, and Nazi law defined what was right and just—in a word, what was legal. Dr. Geisler, in his book that he co-authored with Peter Bocchino entitled, Unshakable Foundations (Bethany House), makes a sobering and poignant comment that’s worth repeating here. He writes, “As long as naturalistic macroevolution and positive law are dominating scientific and legal viewpoints both in theory (education) and in practice (law), we run risk of returning to one of darkest eras in history of human race.” If we continue teaching our children that law of state is highest law in universe, and man is simply a product of natural selection, then we are doomed to repeat evils of past.
Stopping Home Foreclosure Written by Kevin OHara
A Foreclosure Prevention Service has numerous ways it can help you deal with foreclosure process. Under law, you have a right to remain in property for a certain period of time. If you can’t pay full amount owed without creating a hardship for your family you need a legal review of your situation, your rights, and your choices before you agree to anything. Protect yourself and your family. Forebearance: The lender stops or postpones legal action. Usually granted when homeowner makes satisfactory arrangements to bring overdue mortgage payments current. Loan Modification: A loan modification seeks to avoid foreclosure by negotiating with lender to modify terms of loan. Loan modifications may include adjusting interest rate, extending loan period or adding delinquent portion and fees back onto principal of loan to be repaid over time. Mortgage Refinancing: In most cases, once foreclosure has started, homeowner has been through several months of late payments or no payments. These late payments have a devastating effect on homeowners credit rating. In addition, new mortgage company will easily find out about current foreclosure action. This most often leads to a denial of refinance loan application. If homeowner is approved homeowner can bet it will be at a very high interest rate with higher than normal closing costs. Sale Of The Property: If a homeowner has been unable to work with a lender, or find another suitable solution in a timely manner, it is time to seriously consider selling. When time is of essence homeowner should consider selling your property to an investor who offers "a quick closing". Typically, this will be for less than fair market value, but can be a benefit to homeowner because it is a quick "as is" sale with no real estate commissions. "As is" means homeowner would not have to spend any money doing repairs, or spend time putting house in perfect shape. By selling house "As is" to an investor, homeowner gets a quick sale - allowing homeowner to instantly stop foreclosure and salvage your credit.