Are They Still Going to Ask All Those Embarassing Questions When I Give Blood?

A report from the World Health Organization says that the threat of an AIDS epidemic is no longer a problem, and moreover, never was: In the first official admission that the universal prevention strategy promoted by the major Aids organisations may have been misdirected, Kevin de Cock [tee hee! -j], the head of the WHO’s … Read more

Welcome Readers!

Hey to everyone who’s visiting from today. And for those of you who don’t know what I’m talking about (“Is it a web site about the Pope’s medical exams?”), has graciously published a compilation of do’s and don’ts for talking to atheists that was compiled by Jen and me based on our Approaching … Read more

And You’re Surprised By This?

I’m a pretty conservative guy, as you can probably tell from, oh, everything that’s written in this blog. But I appreciate the fact that there are some eminently reasonable people who like to consider themselves liberal, or “progressive,” or whatever the euphemism du jour is. Why, there’s a whole bunch of them over at The … Read more

Orwellianism Up North

The rights to free speech and free expression in Canada are coming apart faster than a cheese frisbee. The travails of Mark Steyn have been news in the blogosphere for some time (if you don’t know, long story short, he wrote some things, the truth of which are undisputed, that the Canadian Muslim community didn’t … Read more