With everyone pointing fingers, it's hard to find a set of standards to use in judging actions. Can saying, "What about the other guy?" be a defense against accusations or is it simply an excuse for hypocrisy?
Secularism is creating a monopoly in government institutions, and demonizing all religious people, especially those in government. To understand the separation of church and state, the effect of religion on morals and how people should act in government institutions with respect to faith, give this a read.
I want to begin this with a personal message. I kept myself from writing this post until people had time to grieve and to mourn the dead from last week's shooting. I didn't want to speak emotionally or rashly by releasing a post that day. I didn't want to catch ratings because of being simply... Continue Reading →
I remember growing up in Indianapolis, Indiana for all my life, but over the last year or so I feel like I’ve slowly been moving to Babel. You see, for my whole life I had people who I disagreed with, but we could still communicate. Now it feels like there’s two different languages-Republican and... Continue Reading →
We have a new moral dilemma to face as a generation. Can you rape a robot? Now, if you've seen the stories about sex robots you have probably heard of people standing up for the rights of robots. Never mind for a minute that we are giving rights to inanimate objects before we do so... Continue Reading →
When did it become acceptable to hit someone with whom you disagree? We used to say, “Sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me.” Now, even average statement of facts are considered “microaggressions,” which give the offended person full license to commit violence in retaliation. Not only does this... Continue Reading →