"The primary effect of radio is to disorder further our picture of the world by diminishing the opportunity for genuine selection (in its system of programs it has achieved a 'rationalization' which results in the wildly irrational). One skims through a newspaper, practicing a certain art of rejection; the movie he may stay away from, … Continue reading Evil, evil radio.
One of the things that gets very little play in the media is how intolerant Hinduism is. There is actually a large and growing problem of Hindus massacring their Christian neighbors. I meant to post this several months ago, but didn't; that's why the link is to an article from October.
An interesting and insightful article from First Things about public prayer by Christians for events not strictly Christian. I'm 99.99% in agreement, I think, but the conclusion is one that I have difficulty endorsing wholeheartedly.When I was much younger, surely no more than 17, I was asked to give an opening prayer at an event … Continue reading But, when you pray,…
Theodore Dalrymple is one of the most pessimistic men alive. But that doesn't mean he's not right.
As much as I enjoyed the Super Bowl, I was disappointed that NBC saw fit to include Danica Patrick in the shower, but declined to show an innocuous ad celebrating the potential of human life. Now, let's be clear, NBC is perfectly within their rights to decline to show any ad of which they disapprove. … Continue reading Nothing is perfect
The Steelers won their 6th Super Bowl yesterday, setting a record.Super-cool.