Tag Archives: Social Justice

What about Academic Security?

  Now that we have learned a significant portion of the social justice advocates think the government should guarantee economic security for people “unwilling to work,” I was thinking the same basic philosophy and value system should be extended elsewhere.  … Continue reading

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Darwin Day Going Out of Style

February 12 is Charles Darwin’s birthday.  Normally around this time of the year, there are many news stories about some group or politician trying to get some governmental body to make Feb 12 an official holiday to celebrate Darwin/Science.  In … Continue reading

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The Unwilling to Work Crowd

Now that the social justice types have exposed their wild-eyed extremism by insisting that people who are unwilling to work are deserving of “economic security,” they have been trying to walk this back somewhat. First, they do what activists do … Continue reading

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The End is Near

The apocalyptic dimension to the social justice religion has always been evident – “do as we say, or the apocalypse will come” – but the latest from the nutty Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez wins the prize for Crazy Talk: “Millennials and people, … Continue reading

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Primitive Moral Systems

Here’s some news from a few days ago: A Christian woman who won her final battle against a long-running blasphemy conviction faces a race against time to flee Pakistan from powerful Islamist hardliners who want her dead. Asia Bibi was convicted of … Continue reading

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What about those Tomahawk Chops?

According to the social justice crowd, when Convington high  school students responded to Native American Nathan Philips by using the Tomahawk chop, this was evidence of their racism. Unfortunately for the social justice crowd, their accusation is not rooted in … Continue reading

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What’s In a Face?

It’s become clear that atheist activist Hemant Mehta does not truly understand an evidence-based approach to reality.  Yes, it’s common for atheists like Mehta to posture about “the evidence,” but that’s all it is – posturing.  When you analyze Mehta’s … Continue reading

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Reza Aslan Wants to Punch a Child

As you can see, so-called “social justice” includes committing acts of violence.  Against children. Honest question. Have you ever seen a more punchable face than this kid’s? pic.twitter.com/jolQ7BZQPD — Reza Aslan (@rezaaslan) January 20, 2019 When someone tried to gently … Continue reading

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Feelings Matter Most

I encourage you to watch the short video below.  While I don’t agree with the twitter guy that all liberals think like this, as I know plenty of liberals who think facts are important, I do think this is a … Continue reading

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The Covington Kids Did Nothing Wrong

Here’s the “Full video of what really Happened with the Covington Catholic High students” It’s a full one hour forty six minutes in length and I subjected myself to the first 90 minutes.  I would encourage you to watch it, … Continue reading

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