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Jaxon “Jax” James Burnette and The Parents That Snapped 8

Jaxon “Jax” James Burnette and The Parents That Snapped

Jax was only six weeks old when his bones were broken. His brain started to bleed internally from being thrown very hard onto a bed.  His throat was permanently damaged when his father tried to stop him from crying by shoving his fingers down his throat attempting to find his voice box.  Jaxon would never be the same. Child abuse is a term lightly thrown around in our time which is rife with potshots at spanking, mothers threatened for letting their kids play at the park, and parents who take away their teens Iphones and ground them from Tumblr, but...

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A Disturbing Social Justice Narrative In Psychopolitics

Another day, another stumble upon a new educational “field” that most of us don’t want to pay 40,000$ to impress our family with.    Today’s discovery is that of an older post concerning that social justice culture blog, Vox Populi and “psychopolitics”.  (No not Vox Day’s Vox Popol)   It starts off rather innocently and ends in an interesting and unintended rabbit hole In particular the about me “resume” of one of the co-founders, Nisha Gupta, is probably one of the most ironic I’ve ever seen.   Catch that? “She explores the use of art and social media as interventions to foster societal...

The god(s) of a society’s law. 0

The god(s) of a society’s law.

Legislation is always a dangerous thing, because you never are always aware as to what is the foundation for legislation. What is the driving idea? There is a common misconception that law is neutral, but law by its very nature can never be neutral; there is always a moral reason/idea behind any law. Before we even begin to formulate moral reasons for a law we must always examine the “god” behind the idea for that law. What standard and source of authority are we appealing to in order to assert the justification of that law for society? Only once we ask...

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