An Icon for Our Age

Every generation has unintentional icons – whether it’s Rosie the Riveter, the American flag, Elvis Presley, the motorcycle jacket – ideas that best express the […]

The Rhetoric of Unreality

Among the many signs that a worldview is on the edge of imploding is when it creates a completely separate world from the real one […]

Settled Science

It is time to stop our green worship of the electric car. It costs us a fortune, cuts little CO2 and surprisingly kills almost twice […]


In case you missed it, this isn’t about Obama — this is about us. The problem is we truly believe that “we are the […]

Thursday Sweep

Al Mohler is someone I greatly respect — not only for his stand on culture, but also for his willingness to discuss, in public, many […]

Fifty Shades of Darkness

Fifty Shades of Grey has taken the world by storm — my Christian friends tell me of Christians who are insisting the series is a […]

Internet of Things

Whether or not you know it 3 or like it — the “Internet of Things” is well on its way. With smart phones and smart […]

Friday the 13th

It’s not just for bad luck, it’s also for clearing all those bookmarks I’ve been saving and just haven’t gotten around to writing about.

The […]

Spot the Logical Fallacy

The truth of a narrative is not dependent on the truth of any one particular fact. 3/32 — Ben Trovato (@TrovatoBen) January 13, 2015

If […]

Moral Equivalency

If you’ve not seen already (you have to be pretty untied from the news not to have seen), Mr. Obama, in a speech before the […]