Monthly Archives: July 2020

Is Private School Worth the Money?

According to Zoe Williams of the Guardian, Soon there’ll be no reason for any parent to send their children to private school. While things are different in the UK, in Canada, the argument against sending your child to public school … Continue reading

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Responding to Comments from “Nice People”

A brief response to a comment from “nice people”, who signs their comment “the rest of humanity”. Talk about an ego. I’ve edited out some nice ad hominem slurs that prove that “nice people” is not nice. You’re a big … Continue reading

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The Outcome of Allowing Censorship

Another day, another article in the Guardian addressing censorship. This time, Nick Cohen of The Observer is somewhat more lucid as he declares that The spectre of censorship and intolerance stalks today’s left. The task that appears most urgent today … Continue reading

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The Guardian’s Horrible Opinions on Free Speech

After an the open letter in Harper’s calling out cancel culture, the Guardian published Is free speech under threat from ‘cancel culture’? Four writers respond. What do they have to say? Nesrine Malik The idea of “cancel culture”, the obvious, … Continue reading

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Hypocrites Sign Open Letter Against Cancel Culture

I’m going to comment on A Letter on Justice and Open Debate published in Harper’s and signed by some big name hypocrites including J.K. Rowling and Farid Zakaria. Some of these folks have egged on the cancellation of people who’s … Continue reading

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Taking the Atheist Challenge

Though I’m not an atheist (I consider myself a Christian, though not in a strict sense), I’m going to take The Atheist Challenge. 1. If there is NO God, then there is no Measurement or Standard for morality?  Then What … Continue reading

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