Monthly Archives: September 2012

Football, parents, and downright laziness.

My parents came down for a weekend visit yesterday, and today is football Saturday.  So, won’t be at the computer much. I do have a hand-written essay ready to transcribe and post. It’s a “libertarian lament”, a response to an … Continue reading

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What ARE you looking at?

Sarah Hoyt, one of Insty’s guest pundits, linked a photo of the latest Facebook star: Nice.  But, of course, as a Christian I must stick to Gladly the Cross-Eyed Bear.

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Celebrating the greatest mass manslaughterer in history.

Silent Spring‘s 50th anniversary. Rachel Carson never meant to kill anyone, of course.  Probably.  And it’s not like many of the malaria victims were (are) white, media-rich Westerners.  So break out the candles and presents!

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“The future must not belong to those who slander the prophet of Islam!”

Fortunately, thank God, that’s almost impossible to do.

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Some pastors should be put out to pasture.

Yesterday Mr. Taranto (who’s agnostic, I believe) had some interesting and infuriating religious links.  First, from the “Better to Keep Your Mouth Shut than to Remove All Doubt” files: At a time when U.S. embassies are being attacked and when … Continue reading

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“Was Jesus a horndog?” and other theological mysteries.

I often listen to Hallerin Hilton Hill during the morning drive and The Phil Show in the afternoon.  Lately Phil has been asking his audience questions about “Jesus’s wife”.  Specifically…did He have one? This is a very stupid question. Today, … Continue reading

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Production falling in fall.

I do feel guilty about the sporadic blogging.  Enthusiasm wanes as the election season waxes, and every day’s mediacrap piles up to new heights of stupidity and deceit.  Pretending it’s anything but s**t would be sinful for me.  And trying … Continue reading

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