Both government and corporations have begun exalting mandatory injections as a kind of moral good, in a perverse ritual that they refer to as “science…
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If we can't define what unites us, is it any wonder that we're in chaos?
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The authoritarian government, like an abusive spouse, seeks methods of isolating its victims from others, sows distrust in friendships, and then…
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The direction of our society is corporate and void of interpersonal dialogue. This is the environment that dystopias are set in. Perhaps we ought to…
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Some of the depths that those in the so-called trans community stoop to in order to imitate the opposite sex can shock and horrify us individually, but…
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Some self-described Christians think that we could "fix" the Church by bending it to every social norm of the age, but any attempt to do that is hinged…
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As arguments swell about the next strain of a virus, the now-weary populace seems to await the proposed solutions with trepidation. The United States…
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There are multi-generational consequences to the collective denial of the truth.
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Our cultural decay has purged the sense of meaning from the lives of the young. We see the results manifest with every mass shooting, as an individual…
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Ultimately, most of us play no real role in the Russia-Ukraine war, aside from acting as morally indignant cheerleaders. It’s the modern version of…
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The political prisoners of our age are harbingers of what is to come for us all. There is no point at which the power-hungry become satiated.
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In an age in which death and suffering are the ultimate foes, medical professions are necessarily risen to the status of saviors, with religious fervor…
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