So-called Settled Science Is Really Dogmatic Science

Dogmatic Science & Arrival of Native Americans: “Science By Press Release” & Career Advancement A fascinating article has been posted at Indian Country Today in which Alex Ewen talks about a long ongoing war between linguists and anthropologists/archaeologists when it comes to dating the arrival of humans to the Americas. Linguists have apparently been arguing for a much longer time frame between now and first arrival (i.e. 60,000 years) instead of the received hard sciences Read more […]

Real Madrid Removes Cross For National Bank of Abu Dhabi

Real Madrid has apparently removed the cross on its crest in order to please a sponsor, the National Bank of Abu Dhabi. This guy says that it’s a sign of the “new business order”, and that it’s much like McDonald’s or KFC having halal menus in the Middle East. [See also, “Our ‘Allies’ in Saudi Arabia Move to Persecute Christians.”] Manchester City were purchased by the Abu Dhabi United Group in 2008, while Qatar Sports Investments has been the majority shareholder of Paris Saint-Germain Read more […]

Homeschoolers Don’t Work As Hard

Government bureaucrat says homeschoolers “don’t work as hard as kids in regular school.” According to the Homeschool Legal Defense Association, a woman in Virginia lost her child support payments because her child’s homeschooling was not recognized by the state. Patricia was complying with the law; she was qualified to homeschool and had notified the local school district of her intent to educate her teen daughter at home.  As a single parent she was entitled by law to child support Read more […]

Why Do We Have a High Infant Mortality Rate?

You should be neither excited nor depressed that the U.S. has a high infant mortality rate. There are lies, damn lies, and statistics. For a developed country, the United States have a high (yea, verily, very high) infant mortality rate. And according to this article at The Atlantic, a major reason for that is that the United States reports all live preemie births as live births. Apparently many other countries do not record the births of babies born twenty-four or twenty-three weeks Read more […]

Working Too Much? Stressed? Consider Getting A Post-Birth Abortion

“As for post-birth abortion, I would imagine that my colleagues would think the ‘post-birth’ part was largely irrelevant, as we believe very strongly in abortion on demand, without apology, and it’s plain and simple that we should look to the woman’s morals and not shove our opinions where they, frankly, don’t belong.” Read the story whence comes the quote here: “Trending: More College Students Support Post-Birth Abortion.” A trend seen by prolife activists that frequently engage Read more […]

Two Rugby-Loving Dudes Take Gay Marriage To Its Logical Conclusion

Yep. Two self-identified “heterosexual” guys from Otago on New Zealand’s South Island got married so they could go on an all-expenses-paid trip to next year’s Rugby World Cup in London. I was going to call this post “Two Rugby-Loving Dudes Make A Mockery of the Mockery That Is Gay Marriage”, but I decided to wait until after you’d clicked to annoy you. Look at these guys’ sweet beards, by the way. Otago is the same place I wrote about last year, where professional rugby players grew out Read more […]