Once again, a new puppy demonstrates a critical lesson.
The pain wasn’t too bad, my first thought was crap, this will make Saturday’s Taekwondo tournament a whole lotta fun — I hope it’s not too stiff by then.
The introduction to logic noted logic’s basic rule: the law of non-contradiction — something can’t be true and false at the same time. In spite of how obvious that is, it’s surprising how often someone argues…
The First Amendment returns to the spotlight as the prayer issue rears up again. Is that acceptable expression protected by the First Amendment? Or prohibited by the same amendment? > Congress shall make no law respecting…
Free speech is under attack as certain ideas are off-limits for political correctness reasons. Not exactly what the Founders intended.
Formal fallacies are the dry things you should have learned in high school. Unfortunately they're still important to understand, as they're committed quite often.
The ability to think clearly (logic) isn't taught in school much anymore. Perhaps that's why we see so many people easily duped.
The Deutero-Isaiah hypothesis is an absurd idea and is trivially easy to disprove. Instead, they rely on the the old standby: hand-waving.
Deutero Isaiah remains a theory so absurd it makes little sense to discuss it. But what happens when its disciples have their security blanket tugged?
Well, as it turns out, you *can*. While visiting the Tatums (Lindsey wrote the foreword for my book Stay in the Game, but you still don’t get a pony) I managed to stay on a horse…