Tag Archives: conservatives

Mary Christ Miss!

Ugh. It seems as though no matter how good I’ve been all year, no matter how many times I go to church and no matter how much money I spend on material things that bring me only fleeting joy, I … Continue reading

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Frightened

Where is this country going with its dialogue? Seriously. Civil debate – the cornerstone of this country’s progress – has all but vanished. The only remaining vestiges have become scapegoats for everything wrong with this country: “intellectual elitists,” they say. … Continue reading

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Conservatism’s irksome idiosyncrasies

Stereotypes always have a grain of truth to them.  Particularly in the last decade, the political scene has become increasingly heated and divisive, and although every group on the face of the planet believes they are justified in their actions, … Continue reading

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The “dichotomy” of good and evil

This is something of a world-view I’ve been cooking up for the better part of the last 24 years, but only just discovered last semester – in the throes of Hoeffding-instigated agony and insomnia-induced delium – how to adequately and … Continue reading

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Politic

Recently, amidst the grueling quotidian activities beguiling your average graduate student at a top institution, I was struck by just how…utterly draining…political debating really is.  I’m sure this revelation correlated somewhat with the midterms I was stuck (read: drowning) in … Continue reading

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