Category: Culture & Ethics
Is the Plan to Impose a Public-Health Technocracy Faltering?
In February, I warned about a treaty being negotiated to empower the WHO to declare a pandemic, which would trigger governments assuming emergency powers.
The Barbarian Within: Darwinism and the Secular Script for Masculinity
Edgar Rice Burroughs set his Tarzan series (1912) in the African jungle. Because of Tarzan’s wild upbringing, he avoids the debilitating forces of civilization.
A Living and Symphonic Order — Appreciating Anthony Esolen
I knew I wanted to choose someone who wrote beautifully. He, however, was someone I didn’t know, and I could not predict his views on intelligent design.
UN Human Rights Recommendation Brands Abortion Restrictions “Racial Discrimination”
Simply as a matter of strategy, the just cause of eliminating racism should focus exclusively on fighting actual discriminatory policies.
Should We Give Nature “Rights”? A Premier Science Journal Says Yes
The text is too long to present here, so I will give one example: the “right to evolve.” The authors note that “evolution” has many meanings.