Wisdom and Justice are Not Always Popular and Easy

via Andrew Bolt: Antigone’s brave stance for Justice and Nature against unjust human laws is what electrified me. We in the Western world live in days of mad, accelerating, and bewildering change. A same-sex couple is the same as a man and a woman; male and female is an illusion; an unborn baby has a …

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Veges Rule!

This image has been floating around Facebook for the last few days: Prompting various responses: Here’s the mind-blowing argument: “If we each grow a large crop of different food, we could all trade with each other and eat for practically free.” Where to start? Well, for one thing, growing your own food isn’t exactly “free,” …

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Chalk Banned on Campus

Because some mean nasty horrible people use it to write stuff we disagree with… The struggle is real, my friends. We’ve already looked at the horror being inflicted upon special snowflakes around the country these days as #TheChalkening sends college students scurrying for their safe space. Who knows what sort of lasting damage could ensue …

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A Million Students Demand More Free Stuff

Well perhaps they do, but they didn’t turn up to say so. The Million Student March has four demands, which as many as a dozen people sat down to demand: Tuition-free public college Cancellation of all student debt $15/hour minimum wage for campus workers Divestment from private prisons Which means they want other people to …

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Hairy Blokes in Ladies Bathrooms – What Could Go Wrong?

Obviously the Governor of North Carolina is a homophobic pig for thinking little girls should not be forced to use the same public restrooms as sweaty middle-aged men. That includes me, incidentally, but I am pretty careful to use the bathroom that matches my own bathroom equipment, if you get my meaning. If you really …

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