|February 26, 2014||Posted by Anthony under Blog, General, gun control, Holocaust, human rights, Obama, original sin, politics, Progressives, Secular Humanism|
I have noticed an increase in massive marches and demonstrations in the United States over the last ten years. Some see this as a healthy by-product of democracy. I think it is the opposite. I think it is an indicator that democracy is in some stage of collapse. Certainly, any legitimate democracy should grant a free right to assemble, but that the people feel they have to assemble in the first place in order for anything to get done means that there is the stench of something very rotten in Denmark. It isn’t easy to put one’s finger on what it is–but that’s precisely part of the problem. If you want to get a feel for how the Republic is really doing these days, don’t look to that meaningless ‘State of the Union’ speech given by the president each year. Look to the streets and see how many, and how often, the people are coursing through them.
|February 24, 2014||Posted by Anthony under atheism, Blog, C. S. Lewis, General, human rights, Humanitarian Theory of Punishment, Love, morality, original sin, politics, Secular Humanism, theology|
Was reading Alec Baldwin’s “goodbye” this morning and saw this comment: As progressive as I’ve been in my politics, there are other things I don’t think of as liberal or progressive, just common sense. This statement concisely summarizes why progressivism, and progressives, are dangerous. They do not view a large number of their viewpoints, up […]
|November 15, 2013||Posted by Anthony under abortion, atheism, Blog, eugenics, evolution, General, Holocaust, Liberalism, Malthusians, morality, Obama, original sin, philosophy, pro-life, Secular Humanism|
Limbaugh and others are correct in detecting the eugenics thinking behind this comment but do not go far enough in their explanation. The problem is that a moment’s thought, especially amongst those with only a passing knowledge of the phrase ‘eugenics’, would recall that early 20th century eugenics had essentially embraced Darwin’s formula, “Survival of the fittest.” Given that evolution, as expressed in this maxim, was a raw scientific fact, early eugenicists saw the genetically inferior as a burden on society that needed to be eliminated. So how was Gruber being like a eugenicist if he was targeting the genetically fit?
|July 8, 2013||Posted by Anthony under abortion, Blog, eugenics, General, homosexuality, human rights, marriage, morality, politics, pro-life, Secular Humanism|
It may seem hard for some of us to learn that Planned Parenthood submitted abortion on demand as a population control measure, and was even willing to consider compelling women to get abortions, but that is precisely what they did. Whether or not this remains their agenda, of course we’ll never know, because, like the Enemy, they lie.
|June 30, 2013||Posted by Anthony under Blog, Christianity and Culture, General, Liberalism, Obama, politics, science, scientism, Secular Humanism|
The old HOS were an unwieldy instrument that didn’t actually facilitate me being ready and rested in time for a long drive, and often prevented me from driving when I was actually alert and ready to go. The new HOS won’t change this one bit.
|June 26, 2013||Posted by Anthony under Blog, General, homosexuality, human rights, Love, Obama, politics, Secular Humanism, spirituality, taxation|
California has been voting Democrat/liberal for many years and there is no sign of this changing any time soon. Thus, California is going to be sticking its fat liberal thumb on the scales of American politics long into the future. I would like to propose, however, that conservatives in California have the ability to Save America. “How?” you ask. Answer: MOVE.
|June 18, 2013||Posted by Anthony under Blog, General, Obama, politics, scientism, Secular Humanism|
There is a reason why so many people are fleeing the public school systems, holding the declarations of public health officials and elected nannies in contempt, and turning to ‘organic’ food, and this little story is just one little hint of it.