Category Archives: cultural analysis

Do Hormone Treatments and Surgeries Cure Gender Dysphoria? A Look at the Latest Research

The best research doesn’t conclude what most people assume it does. Continue reading

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Black Portland Police Officer Shocked at Racist Things Said to Him by BLM Protestors

A black Portland police officer sat down for an interview to share his experiences covering Black Lives Matter protests every evening in Portland for the past few months. He has some very strong feelings about what he has been seeing … Continue reading

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Is Science Our One True Source of Finding Truth?

We are hearing, especially in the midst of the COVID crisis, that science is the only true and reliable means of finding truth. But is this true? Ironically, the statement itself is not one of science but philosophy, even religion. … Continue reading

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Some Nice Praise in the Midst of Curses

I am well used to getting trashed on the internet. It comes with the job. And truth be told, I started to enjoy it long ago. So I am not used to seeing something written up about me that is … Continue reading

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My New Installation at the Met

As sure as I’m an artist, I must object to all art that has come before. I refuse to be apart of it. Continue reading

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Pro-Lifers, Senator Gillibrand Equates You With Racists and Anti-Semites

  This is just one more example among many of how extremist and tone-deaf leading abortion advocates are. Yesterday, New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand told (watch video here) the editorial board of the Des Moines Register, I think there are … Continue reading

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Glenn’s New Book – The Church is NOT Shrinking!

Are people leaving the Church in droves? Is Christianity shrinking in the United States and around the world? Most people believe they are because they’ve heard this news time and again from the mainline press and countless Christian leaders. The … Continue reading

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No, Coal Miners and Mary Poppins are Not Racists

The latest installment in “Reality is Getting Crazier Than the Onion” involves coal miners and Mary Poppins. Word is, they are both racists. A man named Rashaad Thomas has an editorial over at azcentral.com about being traumatically triggered while out … Continue reading

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The Toxic Manhood Gillette Commercial: Helpful, Horrid or Hokey?

It’s been getting a great deal of buzz with a host of varying opinions. It’s a new Gillette commercial showing a shotgun spatter of males acting in all sorts of bad ways, as thuggish bullies, cat-callers and body-grabbers. It’s the … Continue reading

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The Trick to Understanding the Totally Contrary Truths of Trump

Ever since a particular evening in early November 2016, nearly eveyone on the Left and many on the Right have been atomically gobstopped at how America could elect the man it did for President. How could so many Americans be … Continue reading

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