Discrimination: The “Good” & The Bad

We "discriminate" every day. But there are types of discrimination. Not all are bad... In the car, tune your radio to NPR,  go to CNN.com on your phone, read The New York Times on your tablet, or watch MSNBC at home on the couch and you will be bombarded with urgent reminders of rampant discrimination [...]

The Racism of WHITE LIBERALS

Denying a human being his moral agency is a form of bigotry. Many white liberals want to claim, in a paternalistic fashion, that the disparity between the proportions of whites and blacks in prisons is solely due to racism.It seems ludicrous to rule out racism as ONE OF THE CAUSES of the disparity. However, I [...]

Idiocy & Intersectionality | The Madness of SOCIAL JUSTICE WARRIOR Ideology

In a secular world, a new religion has emerged from the ashes of traditional faiths. One word has become ubiquitous among social justice warriors in the media, academia and grassroots organizations: intersectionality. Surprisingly, that word didn’t exist until 1989. What does it mean? Here is Google’s definition:“The interconnected nature of social categorizations such as race, [...]

Reason on Trial Again: The New Galileos and the New Bellarmines

In 1615, Galileo was summoned to the Vatican where Cardinal Bellarmine prosecuted him. The Roman Inquisition accused Galileo of heresy for promoting Copernican heliocentrism (the view that earth and the stars revolve around the Sun). Galileo invited Bellarmine to look through his telescope to see the scientific evidence for himself, but the Cardinal refused. He [...]

Can We Have An Honest Conversation About Racism? – Liam Neeson’s Bloodlust Admission

Today, there are three options for talking about racial issues. 1. Adhere to politically correct orthodoxy and avoid saying anything potentially provocative, offensive, challenging or contrary to the progressive status quo. Emotions that are repressed tend to come back with a vengeance. Those that espouse political correctness have worldviews that share a lot in common [...]