Rod Thomson Halloween has gone from being a time for kids to dress up — and a kind of creepy and uncomfortable time for adults to dress up and drink and act like kids — to a minefield of political
(Part II in a series on intersectionality.) by Rod Thomson The psychosis of intersectional theory creates a terribly destructive pathway, and one that is duty-bound to ensnare those who participate in it and those who try to politically benefit from
Rod Thomson Sometimes it is astonishing to see where we are as a country, that somehow we cannot find moral clarity on the idea that a man should not be allowed to use women’s or even girls’ bathrooms, locker rooms
Rod Thomson While everyone was watching the wild histrionics of 109 people being delayed entry into the country for a day or two last weekend, something of much larger and darker import happened. The Boy Scouts of America changed its
by Rod Thomson Two things happen culturally every Christmas nowadays. We are treated to a parade of cultural insights on the “real meaning” of Christmas We get lectured by the smart set about how Christmas is an amalgam of pagan
The Christian Post recently ran a provocative column entitled Hillary Clinton Is the Best Choice for Voters Against Abortion It’s not click bait. The author means it. And so it demands a corrective reply. First, we need to understand with
A recent Republican primary for the Florida state Senate race in a Republican district offered the perfect storm for why people get so frustrated with political campaigns — including local ones. But it was also revealing about who we are
by Rod Thomson There has been much hot-air hissing over Donald Trump’s continual charge that the election is rigged against him. The gaseous releases come from Trump’s Democrat opponents, naturally enough, the media, also naturally enough, but also many Republicans.