Tag Archives: Moral confusion

Other crimes against humanity we shouldn’t be talking about

As noted in the first comment on the Uganda post below, we were admonished by a frequently irritated visitor to this blog for talking about the crimes against humanity unfolding in Uganda. Apparently – and I don’t know how else … Continue reading

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Anti-gay pastor withdraws from inauguration role

After exposure of a 1990 sermon given by Louis Giglio, in which he advocated for harmful “ex-gay” therapy and for the prevention of LGBTQ people being “accepted as a norm in our society,” he has withdrawn his acceptance of the … Continue reading

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Pope Benedict has an argument with himself about gender

In a somewhat bizarre Christmas message, the Pope has delivered a stirring rebuttal to an argument no one is making. After noting a famous quote by feminist author Simone de Beauvoir (“one is not born a woman, one becomes so”), … Continue reading

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“When children have married parents”

Liz points out here that the “marriage” section of the draft GOP Party Platform sounds just like an argument in favor of marriage equality from the Prop 8 trial transcript. Now, from the anti-marriage group “Minnesotans for Marriage,” comes the … Continue reading

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Delusional, or immoral?

You might have seen a video that went viral over the weekend – five minutes of some of the most bizarre claptrap about gay people you are ever likely to hear, delivered by a speaker at a city council public … Continue reading

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Vivianne: Sadly, no

Vivianne Rutkowski’s last comment, in a long and entertaining series she probably shouldn’t have made if she ever wants to work in Real Estate again, in response to an inquiry about finding someone a house in a community with specific … Continue reading

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Victimism, defined

So I get pinged Tuesday by the new Loudoun Times-Mirror reporter, who wants to know if I have any comment on the Delgaudio fundraising letter that embarrassed both the Weekly Standard (“This is obviously not the sort of advertising that … Continue reading

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