Love isn’t Love, and “Gay Marriage” Isn’t Marriage

A couple of days ago I posted an article essentially saying that same sex relationships may be as loving and worthy of respect as heterosexual relationships, but they are a different thing, with different meaning to society, so it is wrong to get the government to force everyone to pretend they are the same. Of …

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Orlando Shooter Was Gay

Lots of assumptions were made following the Orldando shooting. One assumption everyone seems to have made was that the murders were, at least in part, motivated by homophobia. The reason for this was that the shooting took place at a well-known gay nightclub. But there is no evidence that the shooter was anti-gay. None. His …

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The Hateful Intolerance of Liberals

From twitchy.com: Jane Pitt is the mother of actor Brad Pitt. On Tuesday, the Springfield News-Leader published her letter in support of Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney.   “Any Christian who does not vote or write in a name is casting a vote for Romney’s opponent, Barack Hussein Obama — a man who sat in …

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Interesting Stuff

Some thought starters from Ben Peter Terpstra’s blog Weekend Libertarian: 1. Government schools aren’t necessarily public schools. BP quotes from an article by John Stossel: Politicians claim that education and health care are different — too important to leave to market competition. Patients and parents aren’t real consumers because they don’t have the expertise to …

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The Dominating Heresy of Our Time

Every age has its own besetting heresy. Looking back – at Arianism or Montanism, for example – it is clear that these sprang out of the way society was structured at the time, and the way people understood themselves and their purpose in that society. Heretics occasionally realise they have departed in some way from …

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Slipper Deserves a Fair Go

I certainly hold no candle for Peter Slipper. He let down his party and his electorate when he accepted the Speaker’s chair, and he appears to have a great deal of explaining to do over expenses claims. On the other hand, he works hard for his electorate, has a long-lasting and by all appearances loving marriage, and …

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Bolt Wrong on Katter

Andrew Bolt’s blog changed format today, making it harder to read. It also now requires registration to access, although registration is free and gives you the entire Herald Sun site. It will only be free for two months, however, after which it will cost $2.95 per week. I never read anything in the Herald Sun except Andrew’s …

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Saying Goodbye to Torchwood

I have been ambivalent about Torchwood from the beginning. The constant ‘gay is cool’ theme was annoying. Captain Jack is cool, and he has casual gay sex, which he ‘needs.’ But gay is not cool. Indulging in homosexual acts is vastly more dangerous to one’s health than smoking or obesity. Let’s see the White House or …

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Sigh. Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Tonight

Mardi Gras means fat (or big) Tuesday. It is the day before Lent. It is also called Shrove Tuesday because it is a day to be shriven, that is, to confess your sins and ask for absolution so you can enter into the season of Lent with a clear mind and heart, and the determination …

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Approved Narrative Unwinds

Student Tyler Clementi committed sucide after being videoed having gay sex. He was the fourth gay teen suicide in the US this month. The national LGBT community is reeling. The bullying must stop! Gays must be given equal rights now! That’s the approved narrative. But actual events do not support that interpretation of Tyler Clementi’s death. …

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Some People Disagree With You. Get Over It.

The BBC website featured a picture of that silly old bugger Sir Ian McKellen protesting against the Pope. Sir Ian was wearing a T-shirt that said ‘Some people are gay. Get over it.’ I am fairly confident, Sir Ian, that Pope Benedict is fully aware that some people are gay. He is faced with almost …

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Some Gay People Are Gay

There is no getting around reality. Someone decides it is insulting to call people whose intellectual development has been retarded ‘retarded.’ So we are told to call them ‘intellectually handicapped.’ Soon ‘intellectually handicapped’ becomes a form of insult. So we are told to call them ‘slow learners.’ A couple of years later, every time you want …

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