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27 January, 2006 (05:44) | Politics | 8 comments

When did asking questions become a sign of being evil? In the fall of 2004, a “holocaust denier” came to CU to speak. I attended the lecture to hear what he had to say. I was unsure how anyone could claim the holocaust didn’t happen. To me, that’s what a holocaust denier is; someone who […]

Roe V. Wade

23 January, 2006 (12:43) | Politics | 12 comments

Today is election day in Canada. I pray their election isn’t the farce the electoral system here is. Did you know that even if a candidate wins in a landslide, your electoral representative can vote for anyone they want to? Sure, they’ll lose their job and be vilified, but it’s legal. Therefore, if you’re Canadian […]

Pulling out of Iraq…

15 December, 2005 (00:10) | Politics | No comments

I know our President has promised that we would pull out several times. I also know he’s gone back on his word on each occasion so far. It’s sad that this has happened and that we’ve had to break promises, but it is not the will of the religious right. You see, my pastor told […]

What you say!?

3 October, 2005 (23:59) | Politics | 14 comments

So Bush nominated another supreme court judge. She’s definitely been in bed with Bush for a while. Unfortunately for him, she’s an uber-conservative, which means missionary only, no toys, and definitely no kissing on the lips. While at Old Chicago’s, Denise and I were watching the news and the following conversation ensued about the new […]

The Irony of it All

20 April, 2005 (23:39) | Politics | 28 comments

Hello, Hello. My name’s Terry and I’m a law abider. There’s nothing I like more than getting fired up on beer, and when the weekends here I to exercise my right to get paralytic and fight. Good bloke fairly, but I get well leery when geezers look at me funny. Bounce ’em round like bunnies. […]

The Murderous Gays

8 April, 2005 (13:37) | Politics | 30 comments

Don’t let the entry title alarm you. I’m not about to go off espousing homophobic and prejudiced views. In fact, just the opposite. The title itself comes from a Robin Wood essay I read for my Hitchcock class that discusses the ways that Hitchcock’s films trivialise gays and keep them on the margins. I guess […]

Ego: Volume I, Issue 12

22 March, 2005 (03:27) | Politics | 4 comments

A while back, the CU_Boulder community had an interesting discussion about Phillip Mitchell, a professor at CU whose contract wasn’t renewed and is accusing the school of dismissing him for being Christian. As an offshoot of that discussion, and I began discussing what it means to be a Christian and I ended up asking her […]

Liberally Bigoted

17 February, 2005 (18:27) | Politics | No comments

Last week, I went skiing with my mom. My grandparents have cable at the condo in Frisco where we were staying, so after the first day of skiing, I flopped down on the couch and played channel roulette until I hit CNN. All afternoon I flipped between CNN, MSNBC and CNBC. I’ve never liked news, […]

All About Eve

21 June, 2004 (01:03) | Politics | 14 comments

It all started with a thread asking the question of whether the liberals in Boulder are stifling and suffocating conservatives with the passive threat of ostricization. But a side argument has set me off. Let me begin by saying I am pro-choice, pro-abortion, anti-life, pro-fetus-killing, or however else you want to phrase it so it’s […]

Politics, Anger and Tact

22 December, 2003 (01:40) | Politics | 4 comments

These are three things which can’t coexist at the same time. Rush Limbaugh, Jim Rome, Jim O’Brian, Jerry Falwell. These are names synonymous with blatantly bandying opinions about. They’re angry, they’re loud, and they’re not afraid to talk about it. The problem is that even their valid, and perhaps smart (though I doubt it), opinions […]

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