Monthly Archives: September 2012

Unfair Questions: Do Good Women Exist?

People ask me all sorts of questions, many of them strange or dubious or otherwise fascinating.  I’d like to record some of the questions and my answers to them for your entertainment, disgust, or casual indifference. I was recently asked … Continue reading

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Fair Questions: What is a libertarian?

@SerenaDante asked a very fair question in her blog title.  I responded with a comment, but I think a fuller treatment of the subject is worthwhile.  When I was in college I started becoming more politically aware and my views … Continue reading

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The War on Words: Tolerance and Bigotry

This is the fifth post in a series of however many I feel like blog posts on the misuse and abuse of language with regard to controversial topics.  For some context, it might be helpful to read the posts in … Continue reading

Posted in Poetic Prose, Politics | 11 Comments

The War on Words: Terrorists and Torture

This is the fourth post in a series of however many I feel like blog posts on the misuse and abuse of language with regard to controversial topics.  For some context, it might be helpful to read the posts in … Continue reading

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