Category Archives: politics

Gender Theorists Can’t Keep Their Story Straight

What a different world we’d have if more people evaluated a belief system, not from what they assume about it, but what they learn from the experienced and serious people who hold those beliefs. Because of my work at Focus on the … Continue reading

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HRC Celebrates Walmart for Having Same Bathroom Policy as North Carolina

No one missed that the Human Rights Campaign, the largest and most powerful gay lobby in the world, called down unrelenting hell-fire upon the state of North Carolina for their bathroom policy last year. You surely missed that this year, … Continue reading

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Rosie the Riveter: Not the Feminist Icon You Think She Is

She’s become one of the world’s most well-known icons. The rolled up sleeves of her heavy denim work shirt. Her slender arm flexed, fist clenched in an unmistakable “don’t mess with me” pose. Her factory employee button alongside her finely … Continue reading

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Why Are So Many Lesbians Getting Pregnant?

It makes for an illogical syllogism.           Premise A: Lesbians are sexually attracted to women only.           Premise B: Women cannot impregnate women.           Conclusion: Lesbians have higher … Continue reading

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U2 Delays New Album Because Trump Won

Dear Bono: Can I speak frankly as a friend? Its time you appreciate that you and your band’s super coolness has passed its “Best by” date some time ago. It could have been a learning opportunity when scads of people … Continue reading

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A Good Cautionary Tale for All

A Good Cautionary Tale for All Glenn T. Stanton Anyone paying the least bit of attention to the news of late knows that the university campus has become a red hot cauldron of over-reaction to insensitivity, real or imagined. This … Continue reading

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Why Sexual Orientation (and Gender Identity) is Not Really “a Thing”

What does it actually mean when we refer to one’s sexual orientation or gender identity? The answers seem obvious to most, that is, until we actually have to land on an answer. This question takes on great importance when it … Continue reading

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