Category: Morality

Movie Review: Death Wish

“Death Wish” (2018) by The Closet Conservative Is this a movie that has Liberals squirming in their seats? Absolutely… A movie that is a Conservatives wet dream? Perhaps… A movie that will live in your minds as an all-time classic? Doubtful… A movie that will make you smile, laugh uncomfortably,

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God Sky Morality

[VIDEO] Dennis Prager explains that without God, there is no morality; there are just opinions

With his usual acuity, Dennis Prager explains that true morality exists only if there is a God. Absent God, people just opine about what they like or dislike. The phrase “moral relativism” gets thrown around a lot. The Right things it’s bad; the Left thinks it’s good — indeed, that

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It’s okay to be judgmental — as long as you’re making the right judgments

“You’re so judgmental, Mom,” my teen told me yesterday.  The reason for this statement (and he totally missed the irony of his judging me for being too judgmental) was the distaste I expressed for Mark Zuckerberg. I didn’t defend myself against my teen’s charge. “You’re damn right I’m judgmental.  Zuckerberg deserves

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Neo-Paganism is sweeping the First World — and that’s a bad thing *UPDATED*

Over the past few days, in connection with posts about Islam’s innately violent nature (which I see as being different from the fact that Europeans used violence in Christianity’s name), I’ve come up with a little mantra: Europeans, who initially were not that far from paganism, brought the sword to Christianity.

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America’s morality vacuum — if you’re the right victim class, if it feels good, do it

Since the day I started blogging, I’ve returned repeatedly to an issue I find fascinating: America’s retreat from a God-derived, externally driven moral system in favor of an alleged moral system that is, in fact, a peculiar amalgam of emotion (“if it feels good, do it”), arrogance (“I’m Ivy League educated,

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While it’s not government’s role to advance morality, it’s also not its role to advance immorality *UPDATED*

Libertarians have it right when they say it’s not the government’s responsibility to legislate morality.  It’s the people’s responsibility to be moral.  Government’s job is to have “few laws, but unbreakable,” all directed at a stable, just (not fair, but just), constitutional society in which citizens have the best opportunity

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