How “free” are we when we deny the youth of our nation their basic civil rights to make many of their own decisions in the guise of “protecting them”?
My open letter to the woman who refuses to do her job. I tell her what her governor, the US Supreme Court and the American public will not. You’re being used.
We need goals. But if these goals are much too far out of reach—if they are (for most, if not all) unattainable—then they force us to choose between hypocrisy and despair, between faking it and giving up. ––– “You know, I can trust a cynic, and a con man, but I can’t trust a hypocrite. […]
“Do as I say, not as I did” could be the mantra of many parents who experimented in their youth. This dad decided the days for hypocrisies had come to an end.
Tor Constantino points out three ways parents who talk the talk don’t always walk the walk. But relax, no one is perfect.
Ira Israel opens discussion on the double standards in the dating world
Ministers are the last people you think might consider leaving church, but I’m one of them.
Edwin Lyngar thinks that certain “patriots” protest a little too much.
Comment of the Day: Why are braces considered ‘dignified’, but nose jobs or boob jobs ‘trashy and desperate’?
This comment was by Ben Labe on the post Joe Biden and Ryan Braun: Performance-Enhanced Alpha Males
Before judging other’s lifestyle in accordance to their beliefs, take a look into your own. Perhaps you’ll see something that wasn’t there before. Cheers!
There’s a difference between true forgiveness and turning a blind eye.
Sorry, Chuck, winning a lawsuit so cheerleaders can hoist Bible banners at Texas high school football games actually isn’t a win for religious liberty.
“I still get funny looks for being a great cook, using a sewing machine, and knowing a lot about house cleaning.”
What are your experiences as a stay-at-home dad?
Disgraced home run king Barry Bonds is appealing his obstruction of justice conviction this week. Jim Jividen explains why it should be overturned.
All of these fallen stars are begging for our forgiveness, but their vague, evasive apologies give us no sense of what they’re sorry for having done.