Monthly Archives: June 2009

The Situation in Iran

Most of you know about the unrest and protests happening in Iran.  The question that people have been asking is what should we, as a nation, do about it?  Here is what Senator John McCain has said here. Basically, McCain … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Prosecution of George W. Bush for Murder by Vincent Bugliosi

The title itself should immediately grab your eyes.  But first, let me give you some info on Bugliosi. As a state prosecutor in Los Angeles, Bugliosi prosecuted Charles Manson and members of his “family” for the 1969 murders of Sharon … Continue reading

Posted in Book Review, Government, War | 2 Comments

Trusting the Government

Lately, everyone has been up in arms about how we shouldn’t trust the government on X.  X could be health care, school programs, subsidiaries, etc.  The biggest critics are usually the politicians themselves.  There are two problems with this: It … Continue reading

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On Keeping and Dissolving Friends

This past week, I had the good fortune of seeing too good friends of mine.  I won’t give their names, but I’ll say where they’re from: Seattle and LA.  I first visited Seattle in a coffee shop.  She was friendly … Continue reading

Posted in Friendship, Love, Paper Topic | 7 Comments

The O’Reilly Defense and No Comments

There’s an interesting article about the Tiller murder.  More precisely, it’s about how the legal team is going to defend Scott Roeder, the murderer of the abortionist George Tiller. From the article: “It’s a variation of a Twinkie Defense,” said … Continue reading

Posted in Abortion, Culture, Logic | 12 Comments

Book Review: Is Sex Necessary? by James Thurber and E.B. White

Yes, it’s the same author who did Charlotte’s Web.  However, I was expecting something completely different from this book.  It turns out that this book is a parody. Imagine 1929.  In the field of sexuality, Freud was the man.  Ellis … Continue reading

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