Christians Believed in Natural Selection Before Darwin was a Single-Cell Life Form

This whole article is a response to Bill Nye’s meddling, and the fact that, as a student of the philosophy of science with my degree in the field, I get really annoyed with how much anti-Christian “science” bullying goes on all the time. I especially can’t stand preclusive and arbitrary definitions about what is and […]

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We Can Do Better… a Whole Lot Better

The Republicans wasted a golden opportunity when Todd Akin made his now infamous quip about “legitimate rape.” Instead of locking arms to condemn the man, they could have mentioned that the Republican Party (unlike another party whose name starts with “D-” and ends with “-emocrat”) does not value solidarity more than it loves freedom, liberty, […]

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What does ObamaCare Have to Do With Circumcision?

I was recently discussing the pros and cons of circumcision with a friend, and later, he sent me an article from no less reputable a source than Yahoo! Health news which reported that the leading pediatric organization in America has reversed its 13-year-old policy concerning the health benefits of circumcision. Up until recently, the American […]

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My Favorite Kind of TSA Agent…

… is a non-existent one. But this sleeping one is pretty good too. I wonder, do TSA agents dream of electric sheeple? Speaking of sheeple, do you know what the Fourth Amendment says? Most people don’t. The few that know anything say it has to do with “unreasonable search” and “probable cause” and all that. […]

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The Hot Coffee Bandit and the Second Amendment

In all the arguments concerning gun control, one thing usually doesn’t come up: anything can be used as a weapon and most criminals will commit crimes even if they don’t have access to advanced weaponry. In a recent story, a man robbed a Best Western hotel with hot coffee. Police were unable to find the […]

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Phoenix Christians Forbidden to Give Out Free Water

On a day in the Valley when temperatures reached 112 degrees, a group of Christians were handing out cold water for free and offering to engage in religious conversation when they were approached by a “Neighborhood Preservation Inspector” who told them they could not give out water without a permit. While many will consider this […]

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You’ll Probably Be Alive When the Debt Hits the Fan

I remember the good ol’ days when politicians could bank on America’s heritage, spend like there was no tomorrow, and know that they’d be dead before their ideological brainchildren had little demon children of their own. But I fear those days are coming to a close. It doesn’t matter who you are or what you […]

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