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Upbringing matters

Fair warning, this post may get… rambly, since I’m running a bit of a sleep deficit. I blame new daughter C. Making new humans is hard, and she hasn’t even gotten big enough to start really kicking yet! However, I … Continue reading

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Focus on the Feminism

I have a vague feeling of nausea after reading the latest of Dalrock’s exposés of Focus on the Family’s “marriage” advice. I dimly recall that my parents were subscribers back in the 90s. (They aren’t now, to my knowledge.) I … Continue reading

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Fisking: What We Get Wrong about Women Submitting to Their Husbands

Oh boy. Look what showed up in my Facebook feed – shared by my BIL, liked by his feminist sister, and one of my premarital counselors(!). What We Get Wrong about Women Submitting to Their Husbands First red flag: it’s posted at … Continue reading

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Passing the Buck

Earlier this week I was pondering the inevitable totalitarian turn of the social welfare state – wherein Big Gulps get banned, no smoking in public, etc. – and the way that welfare programs turn into pathological dependency-propagating social viruses. Once … Continue reading

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Modesty in the modern world

Cane Caldo has a series of posts which include some observations on what is passing for acceptable public attire in Christian culture these days. The talk about skintight pants is interesting. I wear leggings myself, but exclusively under skirts or … Continue reading

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Feminists are literally the worst

Feminists are literally the worst people in America – especially if you judge them by standard “social justice” metrics. Let’s do the link roundup first: Insty: “[Feminists are] horrible, damaged people who want to address their own problems by making other … Continue reading

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Pulling ladders up

This Samizdata post is a response to the type of “today’s students are dogmatic zealots with no logic skills” article being written – pointing out that if there are flaws in the younger generations’ reasoning abilities, the fault properly lies in … Continue reading

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