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Dr. Seuss Was A Hardcore Political MOFO [Daily Bloggity Entry #373]

Posted December 1st, 2016 at 2:00 PM by El Héroe Oscuro (Daily Bloggity)




Dr. Seuss Was A Hardcore Political MOFO
Date: 01 December 2016
Time: 12:23 PM ET
Mood: This year really flew by

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For many, Dr. Seuss is a common name yes? His classic children's books are famous in younger education school systems, or rather you may have just grew up on some of his books like Green Eggs & Ham, Cat
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Trump, populism, and free speech

Posted August 1st, 2016 at 6:09 PM by Shamol (Possible world musings)
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[Disclaimer: This post has nothing to do with value judgments or ought questions i.e. what/who is right/wrong. Treat this as an phenomenological analysis. Just because I talk about, and even from the perspective of, different sides of a debate, doesn't mean I favor any of them]

I was listening to Kyle Kulinski's Secular Talk this morning, and chanced upon this clip:



The first three minutes cover the actual news, the rest is Kulinski's commentary....
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The New Battle in the Old War on Women

Posted June 9th, 2011 at 10:36 AM by Esper (The Uncarved Blog)

This is a rant about my country, inspired by something I watched on Rachel Maddow.

So in the United States there are several anti-abortion "personhood" bills being proposed as new laws (in Alabama, Montana, North Dakota, Oklahoma, and Virginia where they have already passed versions in one half of their legislatures while Iowa, Georgia, and Texas have introduced similar bills. Mississippi has one as a ballot initiative currently tied up in court and its supporters are traveling...
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Rights and Externalities, or tl;dr

Posted March 1st, 2011 at 7:57 AM by Esper (The Uncarved Blog)
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This wall of text was inspired by an article I read about a couple who wanted to act as foster parents, but were denied because of their views on homosexuality. The article seemed to be more sympathetic to the couple, which got me all rant-y.

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As libertarians like to say: your right to swing your fist ends where my nose begins, or however it goes. It’s a pretty simple idea and it makes sense. I rather like how simple it is, how it’s so ideal and, on the outside,...
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