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I’m reading this right now. I was looking for something straightforward that I could pass along to others. Maybe not the answer to everything, but pointing clearly to the way out of the mess which is our cultural and “official” … Continue reading →
My Autistic Son’s Lesson: No One Is Broken …instead of telling him to stop pretending and join us, we started pretending and joined him. “Joining,” to use this author’s term, is what I have been advocating all along. Coming from … Continue reading →
I don’t have a lot of faith in either government-sponsored healthcare or the medical industry. I am not at zero confidence with either, but my faith certainly lies elsewhere. I experienced the ACA first hand because I happened to be … Continue reading →
I have imagined it, having grown up with an alcoholic parent, and through other long-term close encounters with alcoholic family members. Alcohol may not have directly caused any of this, but the danger it represents as a drug is clear … Continue reading →
We are witnessing conflicts that can easily be mistaken for battles between good and evil when they are in reality battles between evil and evil. Choosing a side puts you on the side of evil. The results and consequences emanate … Continue reading →
[Originally posted on my Facebook page] I have been doing a little bit of research (using my new search engines — anything but Google) into the mosque bombing that occurred recently in Bloomington, Minnesota. I utterly oppose such bombings, from … Continue reading →
This is a revision of a comment post I made on Tim Pool’s YouTube channel. I have been actively following quite a few YouTube channels since the start of 2017. I learned about one person’s work that I had not … Continue reading →
A series of articles I have been reading. Draw your own conclusions. The liberal order is not a tradition that is immune to challenges. Its most recent difficulties, however, are not external challenges — they are pathologies emerging from inside the liberal … Continue reading →
RCTs do more than miss the long term injuries a drug might do us. They get used to building standards of care to which doctors are obliged to adhere. Anyone who figures it might not be wise to add a … Continue reading →
What is the spirit of conversations about religion right now? If there was one magical book we could publish about religion, what ought it to be? Source: That One Magical Book on Religion – Westar Institute