Monthly Archives: July 2018

Crying Wolf

Below is a video of a woman, Dawn Hilton-Williams, who received a speeding ticket a few months ago for going 70 mph when the speed limit was 55 mph.  If you watch the video, you’ll see the actual traffic stop … Continue reading

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Richard Dawkins and the Muslim Call to Prayer

Richard Dawkins recently got himself in trouble again with Twitter.  For many months now, Dawkins has been trying to repair his reputation and standing among the social justice atheists by restricting his Twitter attacks to approved targets, such as Trump, … Continue reading

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Laurie Penny: An Intellectual Lightweight Lashes Out At Jordan Peterson

I recently read an anti-Jordan Peterson article written by Laurie Pennie. Who is Laurie Penny?  According to the article, she is “an award-winning journalist, essayist, public speaker, writer, activist, internet nanocelebrity and author of six books. Her most recent book, … Continue reading

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The Ten Signs of Intellectual Honesty

[Here’s something I wrote many years ago.] When it comes to just about any topic, it seems as if the public discourse on the internet is dominated by rhetoric and propaganda. People are either selling products or ideology. In fact, … Continue reading

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Intellectual Honesty and Sam Harris

Sam Harris recently spoke of intellectual honesty: It’s a slightly misleading phrase because it’s not quite the same thing as honesty. It’s not to say that every instance of intellectual dishonesty is a case where somebody is lying. When you … Continue reading

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Goldilocks and Evidence for Christian Theism

Let me provide what I consider to be a significant piece of evidence for the truth of Christian theism. It all begins with the Goldilocks Principle.  Wikipedia describes it as follows: The Goldilocks principle is named by analogy to the … Continue reading

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The Despair of Social Justice Atheism

Atheism is inherently nihilistic.  Of course, many atheists will forcefully deny this.  Yet I think such denial is rooted in a simple coping mechanism- distraction.  That is, as long as the atheist can remain distracted from the implications of their … Continue reading

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