Monthly Archives: June 2010

Wake Up From Your Nightmare

So, I had a really bad dream last night. I saw someone die a sudden, brutal, and violent death. And I’ve seen enough of that in real life; I certainly don’t need to see it in my dreams, too. Unfortunately, … Continue reading

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Perception and Morality

A Gallup poll has revealed that the recent BP oil disaster in the Gulf of Mexico has altered the American people’s opinions regarding environmental protection and energy production. For the past three years the poll has revealed a downward trend … Continue reading

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Respect Life

Respect Life This will be my last blog post for quite a while. I’m not a blogger; I’m a theorist—a theological, social, and political theorist. I have no desire to comment on the latest news of the day or to … Continue reading

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Love Implementing the Demands of Justice

Love Implementing the Demands of Justice Two theories exist that we, as a society, can choose to become the legal and philosophical basis for our society: natural law or the will to power. These are the only two choices that … Continue reading

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