Monthly Archives: June 2015

Liberals and the Love of God

As Mankind becomes more liberal, they will be more apt to allow that all those who conduct themselves as worthy members of the community are equally entitled to the protections of civil government. I hope ever to see America among … Continue reading

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Marriage Equality and No Fault Divorce – how do you rank them?

[Updated from the archives.] I read a thought-provoking question on another blog: Would anyone agree that there is a difference between a) baking a cake you know is for a gay couple b) baking a cake you know is for … Continue reading

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When Pop Stars Do Right – a lesson in P!nk

What is right to be done cannot be done too soon. Jane Austen, Emma (vol. II, ch. 4) *** Here’s how that looks in action. Pink was in concert and stopped in the middle of a song to comfort a little … Continue reading

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Jumping to Conclusions Hurts

This fellow seems rather earnest in his opinion: *** Why bother trying to understand others? After all, it’s easier to rest in your assumptions. Not wise, but easier: Fools find no pleasure in understanding but delight in airing their own opinions. … Continue reading

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The Punishment of Injustice

[From the archives. This first appeared as a guest post on Natasha Robinson’s blog.] *** “I hear you don’t like Mexicans.” He looked angry. “What?” I stood at my high school locker late that afternoon, the halls empty but for … Continue reading

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How to Win Every Argument on the Internet

One thing I’ll say for the secret to winning the Internet captured in that meme – “I assume that if someone disagrees with me it’s because they misunderstood me. If they understood me, how could they disagree?” – is that … Continue reading

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Why the Guys in the Mechanic Shop Wore High Heels for the Photo Shoot

Asphalt &Rubber, a motorcycle industry news website, published an article about motorcycle mechanics (all men) in poses mimicking those of a model in a recent photo shoot. As the article explains, after the photographer finished shooting a female model with a Ducati … Continue reading

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Manly Men Buy Girls’ Underwear – a Father’s Day post

I was 14 when I walked into the Mode o’ Day boutique and heard my Dad ask the sales clerk for girls’ underwear. There weren’t many places to shop for clothes in our little town. The Mode o’ Day was about … Continue reading

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Coffee Confusion

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Quibbling is Crippling the Internet

Some people like to find fault and argue over even the slightest of disagreements. There’s a better way: Don’t have anything to do with foolish and stupid arguments, because you know they produce quarrels. … Opponents must be gently instructed, in … Continue reading

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