A First

I woke up this morning and heard something that I never thought I’d hear on the news: “We need to not rush to judgment. We need to wait until the all the facts are known and not make any hasty conclusions. Making hasty conclusions would be very dangerous.” You think?

Arbitrary Laws

Arbitrary laws have to be enforced with disproportionate punishments. Reasonable laws are based in common sense and exist for everyone’s benefit. Reasonable laws are enforced with proportionate punishments. Why? Because people follow reasonable laws for their own benefit. A man doesn’t drive 100 miles an hour on the interstate for two reasons: first, because heContinue reading “Arbitrary Laws”

Make Up Your Minds

Is Earth the best place to be human? Maybe not, according to scientists at Washington State University, who have lately identified “superhabitable” planets that are “warmer and wetter than Earth.” More habitable. Warmer and wetter.

That Life

Yesterday, I passed a woman slowly driving a minivan with a bumper sticker that read, “Live the life you love.” She was driving slowly because she was texting. This was the life she loved.


Historically speaking, effective political reform usually involves just two things: the cancellation of debt and the cancellation of ridiculous lawsuits. The United States is thus unlikely to ever reform, for Republicans refuse to do one of these things and Democrats refuse to do the other.

Fill In The Blank

In lieu of actual human sacrifice, which secularists find too expressly religious to be enjoyed, the definition of (fill in the blank) will become far more vague and arbitrary, charges of (fill in the blank) will become far more common, and the penalty for (fill in the blank) will become far more extreme.