Tweet Mom’s in the hospital again and suffering greatly, not in body, but in mind. She’s mildly delusional, and very paranoid, angry and anxious. I can’t imagine how grim it is to live in her head. I slipped away for an hour and had lunch with Don Quixote. Our conversation turned to evil. I believe [...]
Tag Archive 'Moral Relativism'
Tweet I had in my car two fourteen year olds and one thirteen year old. All were familiar with the Sandusky case, so I wasn’t exposing them to sordid information they didn’t already know. None of them, however, knew about Mike McQueary’s involvement, or lack thereof. I gave them a simple multiple choice question: You [...]
Tweet I don’t know how many others have noticed (probably no one), but absent context, your modern professional baseball team — bearded, dirty-looking, pot-bellied, standing around, spitting and brawling — is remarkably close in appearance to the crowd at a Hell’s Angel’s gathering. Substantively, of course, they’re not the same at all, but a quick [...]
Tweet I’m reading a very enjoyable novel right now that is completely tuned in to the way in which the Left operates, especially when it comes to the media and academia. The writer is completely tuned into the name calling that substitutes for informed debate. For example, when the book’s protagonist, Paul, learns that Leftists [...]
Tweet In an earlier post, I directed your attention to the incredibly disturbing footage of Pakistani village authorities brutally whipping a teenage girl before a throng of men, because she violated Sharia norms by being seen in public with her father in law. The footage is disturbing on many levels, not the least of which [...]
Tweet What our kids hear, day in and day out, is moral relativism. It’s the top note to their lives, whether it comes on TV, in cheesy movies, on the news or, most commonly, at school. That might not be the only lesson they’re learning, though. The other lesson, the subliminal one, might be about [...]
Tweet There are no good people or bad people. There are only people who have different cultural values. My deep and abiding respect for the multicultural principles underlying moral relativism demand that I accept as culturally reasonable the fact that terrorists in Iraq strapped a remote-controlled bomb to an eight year old girl in order [...]