Monthly Archives: January 2018

Christian Conservatism and Individualism

Is it true that Christian Conservatism Is Inherently Hypocritical? If you look at the world through a collectivist lens, you might think so, but you’d be wrong. Despite the fact that God commands us to “fear not” 365 times throughout … Continue reading

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Installing Python 2.7 on Windows

Python is one of the easiest to learn programming languages. It supports developing on Linux, Mac, and Windows. To install Python on Windows, you must have your OS in developer mode. To install Python 2.7 on Windows: Browse to https://www.python.org/downloads/windows/ Click … Continue reading

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Executives Order Gender Segregation

The Chicage Tribune has a new article that talks about how ‘#MeToo has a chilling effect on camaraderie’. They have some interesting anecdotes to report. A lobbyist flies solo from Texas to Washington to press his case on the Hill, … Continue reading

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Extreme Global Warming in Prehistory

In the distant past, about 56 million years ago, the earth experienced global warming on a much larger scale than what climate scientists are predicting we will see in the worst case due to current natural warming and additional warming … Continue reading

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Is UN Aid Voluntary Charity or a Right?

The Guardian has published an article titled “‘It’s a death sentence’: Palestinians in Jerusalem brace for Trump aid cuts“. The implication is, of course, that either Trump wants Palestinians to die or is too stupid to see that his actions … Continue reading

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Trolls Attack Cathy Newman – All White Men Blamed

The Independent has an article on Cathy Newman’s interview of fellow Canadian Jordan Peterson titled Misogynistic abuse against Cathy Newman is a symbol of the backlash against the MeToo movement. The subtitle of the article–“When white men feel they are … Continue reading

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Review of “iZombie” (seasons 1 & 2)

* * * * A “iZombie” is a fantasy series based on the Vertigo comic book of the same name. In it, Olivia Moore (Rose McIver), an overachieving medical resident, becomes a zombie and takes a job as an assistant … Continue reading

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Hortonsgate: The Fingerpointing Continues

There have been a few articles since I first posted about Hortonsgate, the “scandal” around a Tim Hortons franchise in Ontario that, when the provincial government raised the minimum wage by 20%, cancelled some benefits that they had formerly been … Continue reading

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Review of “Batman Begins” (rewatch)

* * * B Batman Begins is the first film in the Dark Knight trilogy. I recently rewatched it to see how well it stood the test of time. I’d have to say quite well, considering that this was a … Continue reading

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Is Automation Racist?

The Atlantic is carrying an article on How Automation Could Worsen Racial Inequality. It stops short of decrying self driving vehicle technology as racist, but not by much. That said, I find myself agreeing with the author’s conclusions. All across … Continue reading

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