Monthly Archives: September 2012

Foreign policy without morality?

National Post columnist Jonathan Kay interviewed a former U.S. foreign affairs advisor and pundit turned author named Robert Kaplan recently. Kaplan is pushing his book The Revenge of Geography: What Maps Tell US About Coming World Conflicts. Now I like … Continue reading

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‘Legitimate Rape’ vs ‘Rape-Rape’

I was just reading about the U.S. election campaign and how the newsmedia and the Democratic campaign (same difference, barring Fox) have jumped on a Republican gubernatorial candidate named Todd Akin for suggesting that victims of “legitimate” rape were less … Continue reading

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The Soviets did it first

So I’m researching religious oppression by the Soviet Union and finding this interesting parallel with our own times. One of the Soviets’ early acts against religion was to restrict it to worship. Churches were not allowed to do anything outside … Continue reading

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