Tag Archives: morality
Welcome to feedback Friday where in I reply to the good people who read my blog (And sometimes to people who just PRETEND that they’ve read it). Today’s comment is in response to my declaration that we all KNOW that … Continue reading
Welcome, boys and girls! You’re just in time! Peebs, Buttah, and Jells have just finished watching their favorite TV show and are feeling a bit peckish. Let’s see what they do!
Transgender’s have the right to serve in the military! Oh, wait. No they don’t. It’s been taken away from them. So what sense does it make to say that they do? Here’s my issue with statements like this one; … Continue reading
Have you ever written a word by hand, like on a piece of paper, and then stared at it too long? You know the feeling, like, YOU just wrote that word, but now you’re looking at it wondering if you … Continue reading
The liberal ideology expressed recently in the Black Lives Matter movement seems to be a contradiction. They assert that black people are oppressed by white people black people are poor and disadvantaged and white people are rich and privileged black people have poor … Continue reading
If God does not exist then there is no transcendent source for a universal moral law. There is time, space, matter, and energy, and blind, pitiless indifference. Think about a meteor smashing into the surface of the moon. The moon … Continue reading