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Gullible America

Are we Americans really so gullible and stupid that we'll swallow and believe anything we read, hear, and see? Read More »

Immigration, Globalization, and Oxymorons

Borders are becoming obsolete, the world grows smaller, and too many people use immigration fears to deny inevitable change. Read More »

Finding Your Inner Libertarian

Are you in touch with your inner libertarian? Read More »

Recognizing Fetal Personhood and Overturning Roe vs. Wade

The right to life is self-evident and modern science has effectively proven that a fetus is a living thing... Read More »

Balancing Liberty and Security with The Patriot Act

Can there ever really be a practical balancing of national security and civil liberties? Read More »

Winter Solstice Evergreens and The History of the Christmas Tree

Long before the advent of Christianity, peoples of many ancient civilizations decorated their homes with pine, spruce, and fir trees. Read More »

Merry Christmas (Please Don’t Be Mad at Me)

I'm a card-carrying member of the ACLU and I have no desire whatsoever to stop anyone from celebrating Christmas Read More »

No Misgivings About Thanksgiving

I love Thanksgiving. It is one of the few holidays that hasn't been over-commercialized and over-politicized. Read More »

Why I Love the ACLU in Spite of its Warts — With Hugs and Kisses to the NRA

Cheers to the champions of freedom for all. Read More »

Legalizing Polygamy and Polyandry

Do you feel oppressed because the government does not currently recognize your polygamous or polyandrous marriage? Apparently, there are some people out there who do because they show up to make their feelings known whenever and wherever there is a discussion of the same-sex marriage* issue. The pro-polygamy/polyandry folks maintain that, since marriage is a civil right that is applicable ... Read More »