Category: Politics

  • Kony 2012 and the Invisible Children

    For the last few days I’ve seen mention of Kony 2012 on Facebook and Youtube. Not knowing what it was, I finally got around to watching the video and what I saw now has me enraged.

  • Extreme Bias in the Media

    For some time now, my wife has been following the GOP primary with some interest. You see, she’s an avid Ron Paul supporter. I tend to be a little more apolitical most of the time, but over these last few months I’ve been somewhat forced to take notice of what is going on.

  • Meaningful interactions between competing world views

    In today’s multimedia, highly connected, global community we are all too aware of a number of competing world views. At their core’s, they are almost all founded upon some kind of religious pretext. Christianity. Hinduism. Islam. Judaism. Each of these religions offer a completely different view of the world we live in and each offers […]

  • Bulgaria’s Abandoned Children

    Those who know me would probably tell you I’m not exactly a humanitarian. I rarely look past the issues and thoughts of my own life and family, so the plight of others will often fall on deaf ears. However, there is one specific subset of humanitarianism that weighs heavy on my heart and that is […]

  • Abortion? Should it be our decision?

    Yesterday, I found a video on my friend’s, sister’s Facebook page about a woman who was the intended victim of an abortion. At seven and a half months, her mother went to an abortion clinic, I believe, here in the US and was to have her pregnancy terminated via a saline abortion. While I don’t […]

  • Child abuse – WHY?

    It’s not often that my writings are about anything other than bowling or web development. However, this is one of those writings where I just feel like I need to put forth my opinion. Whilst checking my Facebook updates, I noticed a posting about a movie that was made in New Zealand called boy. So, […]