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Is Infanticide Wrong?

“Obviously, to go through the whole of pregnancy and labour, only to give birth to a child who one decides should not live, would be a difficult, perhaps heartbreaking, experience. For this reason many women would prefer prenatal diagnosis and abortion rather than live birth with the possibility of infanticide; but if the latter is not morally worse than the former, this would seem to be a choice that the woman herself should be allowed to make….” ~ Professor Peter Singer (Taking Life) Continue reading

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Pussy Riot = Information Warfare Against Russia

The information war, unleashed by Pussy Riot’s desecration of the Church of Christ the Savior in Moscow (2012), targets the Byzantine model of government—an alliance of the spiritual and temporal power, which existed in Russia for centuries. Philosopher Aleksandr Dugin examines the purpose of this war, its participants, instruments and targets. Continue reading

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Libido Dominandi: Sexual Liberation and Political Control

“Thus, a good man, though a slave, is free; but a wicked man, though a king, is a slave. For he serves, not one man alone, but, what is worse, as many masters as he has vices.” ~ St. Augustine Continue reading

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The seven deadly sins

The Contrary Virtues were derived from the Psychomachia (“Battle for the Soul”), an epic poem written by Prudentius (c. 410). Practicing these virtues is alledged to protect one against temptation toward the Seven Deadly Sins: humility against pride, kindness against envy, abstinence against gluttony, chastity against lust, patience against anger, liberality against greed, and diligence against sloth. Continue reading

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10 uses of the word “monster” in 21 paragraphs ≠ journalism

10 uses of the word “monster” in 21 paragraphs ≠ journalism “One of the leading voices in the U.S. on the subject of Journalistic Standards and Ethics is the Society of Professional Journalists. The Preamble to its Code of Ethics … Continue reading

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The national breakdown of rational and moral argument

Peoples today, especially university professors [my friend excluded], are not rational. In the universities, irrationality is praised, because they favor of deconstruction and postmodernism, contra The Enlightenment assumptions of reason and universally applicable moral standards.

Due to the intentional dumbing down of American school children over a period of many years many (most?) peoples are, in fact, quite incapable of reason, and wouldn’t know a valid rational argument if one bit them on the ass… Continue reading

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Apologists for infanticide

“In the essay, titled “Heavy Petting,” Singer concluded that “sex across the species barrier,” while not normal, “ceases to be an offence [sic] to our status and dignity as human beings.” “Occasionally mutually satisfying activities may develop” when humans have sex … Continue reading

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