Category Archives: Religion

Marxism for kindergartners

The Brawn looks up from something he's reading.  "Dad? If someone steals from the rich and gives to the poor…is that a good thing or a bad thing?"  No matter how long I'm a parent, I never feel like I'm … Continue reading

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automotive goblinry

"Hey! Why's the carseat over on this side now?" asks The Brawn as he gets into the car. Almost all his trips are taken in the minivan, and apparently, at some point, in this vehicle his carseat got moved from … Continue reading

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Global Warming Is Real

"DUH." —anyone who's not an idiot   "It is difficult to get a man to understand something, when his salary depends on his not understanding it." —Upton Sinclair  Dear Conservatives—a quick reminder: if you succeed in turning this glorious planet … Continue reading

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scott petersons religion

Dear Bing Users: I know this site is one of the very first hits on the very first page of results if you search on Bing for "scott petersons religion" but I don't think these are the droids you're looking … Continue reading

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Honor the Treaties

The little girl at 3:52 absolutely broke my heart. To see an interactive map of the the shrinking Oglala land, click here.   

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So while waiting for the traffic light to turn, I watched a guy in a business suit, with impeccable hair, walk towards a gas station, holding a gas can, a grim expression on his face. And not once did I … Continue reading

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The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants kindergartners. Sad but true. Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness must always take a backseat to the Second Amendment. Everything must. … Continue reading

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