Just finished reading The Splendid and the Vile by Erik Larson, which covered Churchill’s first year as Prime Minister. Great book! And a good lesson: Those people learned to live with the risks of being bombed day after day. Of course they didn’t like it, but they adapted to their new risks. Our problem today is that we live with countless risks but let the media and others tell us when to freak out over new ones.
British woman sues medical center for allowing her to “transition” her gender — I hope that many sue these ghouls into oblivion for destroying their lives when they were foolish children. They should sue their parents as well if they were complicit. Maybe a few bankruptcies would cut down on this wicked virtue-signaling.
Would YOU go on a sex strike? Meet the four women who use bedroom bans to make their husbands clean up and be better fathers to their children — What a satanic article. It will encourage women to destroy their families. Gee, trading sex for something you want . . . just like prostitution! My wife has known women like that. No wonder more and more men have no interest in marriage.
That should be grounds for divorce, as the marriage was entered into under false pretenses and the wife is abandoning the relationship.
I’ll wait for the article showing all the great things that happen when men withhold finances, protection, yard work, etc. in exchange for sex.
There are no guarantees, of course, but if I was single I’d mention that article to see how a woman reacts. If she didn’t explicitly condemn it I’d run away.
Presuppositional Apologetics Believes in Evidence: Yet Five Ways its Different than Evidentialism — Excellent overview and great points. I really like this strategy for evangelism and defending the faith.
Fear and Loathing in South Beach: Florida Democrat ‘Rising Star’ Found in Hotel Room With Meth and Gay Escort — Nothing to see here, folks. Just a guy who was nearly governor of Florida and now working for CNN getting caught with meth in a hotel room with a gay sex escort and whose alibi was refuted by one of the others in the room. I’m sure CNN will get to the bottom of this.
Chinese state media warns it could cut America’s pharmaceutical drug supply — Great reminder from this ridiculous overly hyped and politicized issue: You can’t trust China. Even if it costs more we need to control more of the production of medicines and more.
MSNBC’s Joy Reid tweets about reports coronavirus spending bill included Hyde Amendment loophole | Fox News
Republicans: Let’s fund a bill to help combat this virus.
Democrats: OK, but only if we can force people to pay to have unwanted children killed!
Closed borders work. The virus is a big deal in a sense – i.e., more than the flu — but it has been totally overblown.
I noted on a Lakers blog that border control is crucial, and loads of dim-witted Leftists tried to mock me by saying the virus came through planes and boats. Apparently they didn’t realize that we have land AND water borders. And they are so wedded to their open borders vote-buying insanity that they have to pretend that letting people pour in from Mexico doesn’t risk our health at all.
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Sex strike? Wow. Also,the Babylon Bee article is funny!
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