Tag: Ethics

Abortion

January 30, 2017 Abortion A touchy subject, I used to be against it.  Then I supported it.  Then I stopped listening to everyone else’s opinions and listened to science. We still know so little about the human brain… what we do know is that… Continue Reading “Abortion”

Muslim Refugees, Christianity and the Future of Freedom

  Muslim Refugees, Christianity, and the Future of Freedom Vetting, the process of reviewing refugee candidates before they come into the U.S., should be a concern for all of us.  In this essay I will discuss why, but above all else I want you… Continue Reading “Muslim Refugees, Christianity and the Future of Freedom”

Anger, Violence, Death, and Regret

“No man is angry that feels not himself hurt.” – Sir Francis Bacon Anger, Violence, Death, and Regret I can remember when I had just begun my teenage years. Back in those days, and earlier, I had an affinity for animals. I revered them… Continue Reading “Anger, Violence, Death, and Regret”

The Erosion of the Sagacious American Intellect

January 1, 2012 I once said that I would write an atheist manifesto, but this is not it.  However, religion and atheism is the subject of this writing.  If you don’t like the idea of subjugating American religion and ridding it from our government (ode… Continue Reading “The Erosion of the Sagacious American Intellect”

The Man In The Mirror

July 17, 2011 “The man who never learns to face himself, will never know what it means to be free.” The Man In The Mirror I ask myself why it bothers me so much that there are groups of people who take a strong… Continue Reading “The Man In The Mirror”