I’m not saying Bill Cosby is guilty of everything he’s been accused of. But I can’t help but feel the evidence against him is pretty significant and convincing — at least convincing enough to prevent any ridiculous outbursts blindly protesting his innocence. So why is it some people want to offer Bill Cosby complete exoneration?
Estimated reading time: 16 minutes
Marvel is too bogged down in its own history for me to follow anymore. For so long that was never an issue. Heroes would fight villains, occasionally a villain or supporting character would die, occasionally the *heroes* would appear to die (and inevitably come back), but the core of the books never changed. That all seems different now. I don’t know who these heroes are, where they’re going, or what they’re doing, and I find it hard to care.
Estimated reading time: 8 minutes
Bill Nye is a former mechanical engineer turned television personality who is credited with making science interesting to millions of children and adults alike. But just because he’s “The Science Guy” doesn’t mean he always gets his science right, nor does it make him qualified to speak on any other subject, such as the morality of abortion.
Estimated reading time: 17 minutes
People who are conservative in a general sense find it especially disturbing how the unintended consequences of government decisions ripple out into economic decisions, which in turn ripple out into societal change. As much as the secular complain about the influence that religion has on society, look at the influence that *government* has on society, and consider how unthinkingly it spends that influence.
Estimated reading time: 7 minutes