Tagged: worldview

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Do You Know Your Neighbors?

A lady on the morning news is a few streets down from me showing everyone the prevalent and widespread flooding from recent vicious storms. She talks to a few people nearby I’ve never met before.  Two of the girls want to drive through a newly created pond to grab breakfast.  Another guy is closely watching his half submerged house for flooding in critical areas.  I don’t know any of these people, yet they are my neighbors. Why not? Another day, another Trump headline.  Some shootings in Chicago again.  Crazy stories and revelations on the Drudge Report about a Russian lawyer...

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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...

Doubting The Faith, But Demanding A Purpose 2

Doubting The Faith, But Demanding A Purpose

For those of you who don’t know, I was raised as a Christian.  In fact, I still retain many elements of a Christian worldview.  However, it would be disingenuous to call myself one considering I am not practicing nor embracing key parts of the faith.  I am still highly sympathetic to the overall Christian community To be honest, I’m not completely sure what I believe.   Most of those who leave the faith usually do for reasons of outright rebellion. It is fair to say that I am in a rebellion of sorts, but I still don’t see it as...

Abortions and demographics 0

Abortions and demographics

Abortions. You as conservatives like those. In fact, if you see someone you know has a very opposing ideology – Demand Abortion! Yea, I said that.  Note everything I just said and what I’m about to say is deliberately facetious. In fact, I feel kind of bad, but making the prior statement is important because of ideological spectrum. This is of course coming from a libertarian who is just pointing out basic demographics. Have any of us considered the population demographics that occur when a particular group of people have children and and another don’t?  Look at Europe.  In fact look at...

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