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Political Correctness

This morning I’m thinking about all the times I hear people complain about political correctness. Being politically correct is not something I ever think about and I don’t think the term is even relevant anymore. When I think about what … Continue reading

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If your belief surrounding what happens when you die requires you to belittle those who don’t agree with you, you’re an asshole and your belief is bullshit

The only thing I don’t like about being a progressive Christian is having to explain myself to countless angry progressives who seem to go all “Durr?” at the concept of any Christian not being some inbred, Bible thumping, neanderthal. I … Continue reading

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Valuing my sister

Remember how I talked about getting shut down when I talk about my birth? Well, I also realize I do that to others. Most notably, I did it to my sister when we were in Iowa. The topic of Elijah … Continue reading

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Spanking may lower your child’s IQ

A study performed recently suggests that spanking and other forms of corporal punishment may lower your child’s IQ. Check it out The study said this could be a result of two factors, first, that spanking puts extra stress on a … Continue reading

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Marry Him: The Case for Settling for Mr. Good Enough, a review

Writing this blog got me thinking, so I decided to scatter some pictures of sexy, bald men throughout it.  I hope the eye candy helps you get through this long critique of a self help dating book, and how it … Continue reading

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Cesarean Awareness Month: What Does That Mean?

I posted a link on my Facebook for the radio show that mentions me yesterday and got some interesting responses.  I received them by text when I was away from home, and at first they really confused me. Girl I … Continue reading

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Who is “to blame” for single parent households?

I just want to start this out by saying that I don’t think being a single parent means that your child is going to grow up to be a criminal.  I think that the children of single parents, given that … Continue reading

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