Monthly Archives: July 2016

Free Speech (really) Isn’t Free

 Free Speech Isn’t Free by Roosh V June 13th, 2016 Roosh V is an understandably polarising character but not really for the reasons often portrayed in the media. He gets a mixed response among the alternate right because he promotes … Continue reading

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Ambiguity & Christianity

Most of my reading this year has been non-fiction and often about Christianity and Catholicism. Much of what I’m reading has been sought by me but I’ve also been lent and recommended quite a number of books. One I’m reading … Continue reading

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Admitting when you’re wrong.

Admitting when you’re wrong is hard. This is an obvious statement but one that bears repeating and I don’t believe is pointed out enough. I have had and continue to have trouble admitting fault about even the most petty things. … Continue reading

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Littering & Responsibility

This is not something I thought of much as a child but there is a lot more to littering than the carelessness of the action. Littering is not just being lazy, it’s showing contempt for your own or other people’s … Continue reading

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