Monthly Archives: September 2013

The Decline of God and the Rise of Moral Relativism

Moral relativism is the underlying source of the cultural problems in the Western World today. People have wrong ideas, feminism being the most serious wrong idea common in the rich world today, but there is a problem that goes even … Continue reading

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What the Superior Power means to me as an Atheist

VNV Nation – Foreword (words) “This is your world. These are your people. You can live for yourself today or help build tomorrow for everyone.” These words have great meaning for me. I hope to live up to their spirit. … Continue reading

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How Women’s Concerns Can Best be Advanced through Secularism

This post is in response to the panel at Women in Secularism 2 titled “How Women’s Concerns Can Best Be Advanced within the Context of a Secular Agenda.” The panel was mostly focused on feminist political concerns, mostly abortion and … Continue reading

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Pope Francis Pays Homage to Atheists

The Second Vatican Council of the Catholic Church was held from October 11, 1962 to December 8, 1965 producing what is commonly referred to as “Vatican II” or the Vatican II reforms. Vatican II represented a liberalizing of the Catholic … Continue reading

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Love and Marriage in London in the Later Part of the 15th Century

The era of coverture in England can be dated from 1188 to 1870; from the Tractatus of Glanvill to the Married Women’s Property Act of 1870. In 1955 in England and Wales the out-of-wedlock birth ratio was 4.7%. In 2012 … Continue reading

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The Meaning of Being a Traditional Family Activist

I am a Traditional Family Activist or TFA. This means I support Traditional Women’s Rights, the rights women had before feminism. The rights of women I am talking about that feminism took away both through legal changes to make men … Continue reading

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The Conflict between Conservative Behavior and Liberal Belief; a response to James Kalb

James Kalb asks the important question “How Long Will Secular Liberalism Endure?” That is a good question. Secular Liberalism does indeed seem to be taking over here in America. In terms of mainstream cultural institutions; mass media, public schools, government … Continue reading

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The History of the Black Family in America; Looking Back on the 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington

August 28, 2013 was the 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom featuring Martin Luther King’s “I Have a Dream” speech. I most certainly remember Martin Luther King, the Civil Rights Movement, and certain parts of … Continue reading

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