Monthly Archives: December 2020

Steer Clear of Portland, Oregon

Portland, Oregon is gradually becoming a cesspool under the guidance of its social justice philosophy.  The stench has gotten so bad that  even the leftwing Oregonian, a newspaper based in Portland,  is having to admit the decline.  For example, consider … Continue reading

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Interesting Lawsuit

Check this out: Be sure to click on the above and read the whole thread. When a school forces its students to participate in social justice indoctrination, it is engaged in unethical behavior and an abuse of power. This is … Continue reading

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The Elliot Page Puzzle v.2

Recently, I identified what I will call “The Elliot Page Puzzle.”  The puzzle is represented by five questions that have never been answered by any advocate of social justice.  Here they are: In 2014, was Elliot Page deluded in thinking … Continue reading

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Trans Atheist insists there is an argument for putting every kid on puberty blockers so they can choose their gender later

From here: Lauren McNamara, known by followers as “Zinnia Jones,” argued earlier this month that children should be legally able to consent to the administration of puberty blockers since they already de facto consent to the “permanent and irreversible changes” … Continue reading

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Cyborgs Among Us

I have a simple question for social justice atheists – do cyborgs exist? Here is someone who believes he is a cyborg sent from the future: Would it is cyborgphobia to be skeptical of these claims?

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The Elliot Page Puzzle

From Wikipedia: Elliot Page[1] (formerly Ellen Page; born February 21, 1987)[2] is a Canadian actor and producer. He first became known for his role in the film and television series Pit Pony (1997–2000), for which he won a Young Artist … Continue reading

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Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer is Now Off Limits

According to Caitlin Flanagan, a staff writer at The Atlantic, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer is a dark show that celebrates evil.  First, the show apparently causes Flanagan to have anxiety attacks: Apparently what we wanted next was 55 minutes of … Continue reading

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Freedom Of vs. Freedom From

Over at the Friendly Atheist blog, in a Dec 7, 2020 posting,  atheist Rick Snedeker writes: Which should be granted primacy in America’s secular republic: freedom of religion or from religion? Snedeker then proceeds to complain about the Supreme Court … Continue reading

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Angry Kids

Over at the Atlantic, we find the following plea for help: Dear Therapist, My husband and I are both successful professionals. He’s an attorney and I’m a nurse practitioner. Each of us came from a fairly lower-middle-class background and worked … Continue reading

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Does the LGBT Community Oppose Free Speech?

It doesn’t appear to me that the LGBT community values free speech. On the contrary, the community seems highly motivated to silence/censor anyone who does not support their views. Here are just three examples I have stumbled upon over the … Continue reading

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