Category Archives: politics

Angry Atheists Shooting People

I’m sure all have heard by now how an atheist shot three people. That such a story has been so popular as an atheist attack shows how unusual it is to find an atheist doing violence, much less one killing … Continue reading

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Vaxxing Love Shots, Vaccinations for Love

The recent outbreak of Measles has finally put educated, better-off liberals aswamp in the same sickening boat of denial shared by the likes of conservative hucksters Glenn Beck and Paul Rand. These New Age Hippie descendents share a common distrust … Continue reading

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Political Cartoons, Charlie Hebdo, and the Internet

The most astonishing thing for me to arise from the recent massacre of Charlie Hebdo was my realization of how few political cartoonists remain in the United States. Gary Trudeau was the last of mainstream cartoonists. Cartoonists in general are a … Continue reading

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Concert For Valor

This post has been revised to better reflect my intent. Due to the incredible expense of music performances I haven’t taken my kids to many concerts, especially no big name performances. A sad loss considering the importance of music to … Continue reading

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James Foley Beheaded, Journalists Tease Death in War

Journalists and medical staff have special access in war zones and should not receive harm. Many conventions have been developed to protect them. One of the lessons in war, odd though it may be, is the least harm you do, the … Continue reading

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Ferguson, a Different Day

It took a crazy week of photo’s, tweets, and ground-up response to get people to realize the situation, and create response to it. The result was the county police were replaced by the highway patrol (typically better trained); the military and … Continue reading

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