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Brendan O’Neill - Good writer on homosexuality agenda, liberal groupthink

I’ve recently discovered this writer/editor from Ireland: Brendan O’Neill

Here’s his latest article. We pretty much have noticed some of the same core dynamics about liberals and the homosexuality agenda. 513 more words


It used to be said “God is dead.” I say, “Sin is dead.”

Comment from TAC:

Will says:

April 8, 2015 at 6:42 pm

Christianity has devolved into a sad misinterpretation of “Judge not, lest ye be judged.” Cheat on my wife? 782 more words

Cultural Hegemony

Reverts That Rock The Islamic Boat!

One of the things which fill me with great despair is seeing reverts to Islam lose themselves after conversion. These are people who actively sought the Truth and they happened to find it within the Islamic Tradition. 847 more words

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Gaystapo launches arson and death threats to mom-and-pop pizza place in Indiana - ponders what is the best "Final Solution" to the "Christian problem" in America

Nice comment on WashPo thread:



4/2/2015 7:50 PM GMT+0200

Actually, the Left should just go around and paint yellow crosses on any known Christian stores so that “tolerant” “inclusive” Americans will know not to patronize these “hateful” “bigoted” businesses, until we can come up with a “Final Solution” to the “Christian problem.” We can party like its 1935. 209 more words


Washington Times: Conservative professors winning legal battles but losing campus culture war

Very good article on discrimination in academia against social conservatives.

By Valerie Richardson – The Washington Times – Monday, March 23, 2015

First the case of: Teresa Wagner… 1,059 more words


Outrage Addiction and other Alternatives: On Drudgification of US Liberal Punditry

A little over ten years ago, when I was particularly depoliticized after becoming very frustrated with the anti-war movement,a few liberals banded together to form Air America, the left-liberal alternative to conservative talk radio.  1,644 more words


Hiding who pays: When disaster relief becomes a disaster

Miley, F. M., & Read, A. F. (2015). Hiding who pays: When disaster relief becomes a disaster. Paper presented at the Asia-Pacific Economic and Business History Conference, Canberra. 125 more words