Category: Morality

The Law of Chastity: Parable of the Four Sailors at Liberty

It’s not necessary for a person to know everything about the people around them. It’s not necessary to have luck on your side. It’s not necessary to be able to read the intentions of people. For, when a person employs a set of good principles, such as personal chastity and the pursuit of wholesome recreation, he is protected from the unknown and the unintended.

Monday June 30th, 2014 in Christian Teachings, History, Morality | 1 Comment »

Why I Miss Judgmentalism and Social Stigma

Social stigma has a place in a moral society. It follows logically that activities damaging to the foundations of society should be tacitly or overtly condemned.

Wednesday May 7th, 2014 in Culture, Family, Morality | 3 Comments »

Thou Shalt not Commit Adultery: The Optional Commandment?

Sex before marriage is expected by a majority of available singles–if marriage comes up at all, and sexual parings involve more prevention of passing on venereal diseases than they do of the spiritual and emotional preparation for a lifelong commitment.

Tuesday February 11th, 2014 in Abnormal Psychology, Constitution, Morality | No Comments »

Despair and Suicide in the Age of Obama

Government in the Age of Obama has perilously diminished the importance of the individual, his rights to life and property, and his moral responsibility to himself and the civil society of which he is a part

Wednesday February 5th, 2014 in Abnormal Psychology, Culture, Morality | No Comments »

Will America Survive the Age of Obama?

Most would agree as well that America is navigating the most perilous arc in that predictable cycle of glory and destruction that has claimed in some measure every significant society the world has ever known.

Wednesday January 29th, 2014 in 2nd Amendment, Constitution, Morality | 3 Comments »

Union-backed Group Appeals to Worst Instincts of Youth in Western States

The original Portland-based group created the “Vote, F*cker” campaign to send a message that casting ballots isn’t solely for the elderly.

Friday December 13th, 2013 in Colorado Politics, Morality, Unions | No Comments »

DEGENERATION

Half the people in the country voted a man into the office of the Presidency for a second term who is the most unqualified, do-nothing individual to ever hold the office.

Saturday June 1st, 2013 in Culture, Family, Morality | No Comments »

Family Jewels to Junk

Any reference to human genitals carries with it a hint of ribald humor, but “family jewels” once denoted something also of value, to be protected and kept from harm. The modern reference of “junk” unfortunately mirrors a societal cheapening of human sexuality which is regarded as something of fleeting purpose and dubious worth, and in the end, irreverently squalid.

Saturday May 11th, 2013 in Abnormal Psychology, Modesty, Morality, Sex | No Comments »

LAWLESSNESS AND LIBERTY

At some point in the near future there will be a national separation based on ideology and–interestingly enough–personal behavior. This is what I mean; The success of Progressive/Socialist ideology is dependent upon personal lawlessness. Hence, the welfare state.

Friday November 16th, 2012 in 2012 Elections, Lifestyle, marriage, Morality | No Comments »

BAD MORMON, GOOD MORMON

Harry Reid wins elections via voter fraud. He defeated Sharron Angle, who was favored by likely registered voters, in the Nevada Senate race in 2010 through voter fraud carried out by SEIU operatives, bussed-in voters, and bribes to people who otherwise would not have voted.

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