Short Story: The Gagne, the Bandura, and the Ugly
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Short Story: The Gagne, the Bandura, and the Ugly

For a little light-hearted change of pace this week, here’s a short story I did recently for one of my Philosophy classes. The assignment was to write a story containing certain theories of education put forth by Robert Gagne and Albert Bandura. This, translated and adapted from the original Portuguese, was the result. ____________________ Friday…

Why The Left Hates My Marriage
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Why The Left Hates My Marriage

I go weeks without reflecting on the difference in the quantity of melanin between my lovely wife and myself. I really do. Then somebody on Twitter has to go and weigh in on the subject. This week it was a blue-check named Clayburn Griffin, who responded to a tweet featuring non-PC comedian Bill Burr and…

From Leaning Left to Having Left: A Tragic Trajectory
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From Leaning Left to Having Left: A Tragic Trajectory

At the outset of this piece, let me say that I know I will be accused of “slippery slope” argumentation. So let me explain my thought process this way: suppose that several students in a school came down with a vicious stomach bug – vomiting, diarrhea, the whole nine yards. And suppose that you observed…

James 2:10-11 – But Officer…
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James 2:10-11 – But Officer…

For whoever shall keep the whole law, and yet stumble in one point, he is guilty of all. For He who said, “Do not commit adultery,” also said, “Do not murder.” Now if you do not commit adultery, but you do murder, you have become a transgressor of the law.Did Imagine with me a hypothetical…