Christians in the Crosshairs

Christians aren’t allowed to refuse to promote messages they find offensive on t-shirts, mugs, or other promotional items (no word yet on whether or not Muslims or atheists must follow these same rules). Christians must bake cakes that promote homosexual marriage, even though it’s clearly not tied to any sort of discrimination against homosexuals. Christians [...] [...]

Freedom Versus Tolerance


Government Knows Best? We've Already Run that Experiment

One of the more fundamental points on which modern political discourse is founded. Can individuals be trusted to do the right thing, or must the government step in to ensure people do the right thing, because individual people can’t really be trusted? Should the government decide what “consent” means, for instance? Or what a person [...] [...]

Redefining Shellfish


The Party of Who?

Democrats are the party of the average person. The person who pays taxes, and cares about real people, people in unions, people who get their hands dirty — these are Democrats. Republicans are the party of big business. The person who sits in an office and makes a ton of money by getting government favors, [...] [...]

I’m from the Government, and We have it Covered


Confused About Sex?

You should be. Being homosexual is not something a person chooses, so denying homosexuals marriage is a rights violation akin to racism. After all, if you’re “born that way,” and your sexual orientation is encoded in your body from birth, then how can anyone discriminate against you? Further, homosexuals can’t “convert” those who are “born straight.” On [...] [...]

Modern Identity


Friday Leftovers

Another week, another band of merry bookmarks that didn’t get eaten during the week. And hence, another edition of Friday leftovers. Off we go… We no longer trust ourselves to have the discipline and knowledge required to make the right choice. What else can we take away from our app driven lives? Women’s rights are no longer [...] [...]

You’re Covered

Congress passed the law for us. Now we’re finding out what’s in it. Want to opt out? Join a union or run for congress. [...]