To the opportunistic, misogynist, pro-choice male: the jig is up.

In light of the recent March for Life, along with this current issue of the Obama Administration’s “contraceptive mandate,” I have found myself angstily ruminating on the topic of abortion. It seems the older I get, the more horrifying a concept it becomes. I’ve always objected to it; but now more than ever, I am shocked, disgusted, saddened, frustrated, and bewildered by those who peddle this barbaric practice under the guise of “a woman’s choice” or “safe, legal medical treatment” or “reproductive health,” or any other gross euphemism they come up with.

Being male doesn't make you a man.

So what I’m about to say is probably going to, at first, come off as a bit anti-man. But please understand that I am entirely pro-man – I love men and respect them for what they necessarily are: responsible, mature, loving, loyal, hard-working, strong, and dignified. what I do not love, however, are fully grown males who refuse to become men. Such males mostly shirk responsibility, maturity, commitment, integrity, and sacrificial concern. They are more prevalent in our society than ever – which, I believe, has lead to its undoing. So, that said, I continue. Continue reading

The real reason Romney doesn’t want us colonizing the moon

In last night’s GOP presidential debate in Jacksonville, Fla., Mitt Romney seemed rather indignant when it came to the issue of space exploration, particularly with regard to the moon. In response to some of Newt Gingrich’s more ambitious ideas on moon colonization, Romney said,

“If I had a business executive come to me and say I want to spend a few hundred billion dollars to put a colony on the moon, I’d say, ‘You’re fired…'”  In addition to reinforcing the notion that Romney has a penchant for firing people, this statement also clearly reveals something interesting; Mitt Romney does not want us to colonize the moon.  Continue reading

Mood Music Monday: What’s a hunger game?

So I’m not really all that familiar with the popular book trilogy The Hunger Games, but I heard this song from the upcoming movie soundtrack of the same name and really liked it. It features Taylor Swift and The Civil Wars. But see, I’m not afraid to admit that I like Taylor Swift and think she’s super talented, so…