In their classic work, After the Ball: How America Will Conquer Its Fear and Hatred of Gays in the 90s, Marshall Kirk and Hudson Madsen, both homosexual, said that most problems in the gay community are attributable to a rejection of morality. The most common effect of amorality, they said, is narcissism. Narcissism is the only word that adequately explains the reaction of gays to AIDS: it was everyone’s fault but theirs. If anyone has any doubt about this, he should watch “How to Survive a Plague.”
Pitiful: 'How to Survive a Plague'
At issue is a structure that has belonged to the Catholic Church since 1236.
After issuing cartoons Muslims found offensive, 'Charlie Hebdo' magazine headquarters was the subject of a terrorist attack today in Paris. 12 persons are dead, including the editor.
Rolling Stone magazine retracted elements of Sabrina Rubin Erderly's report about alleged gang-rape on the Univ of Virginia campus. This is not the first time her veracity has been challenged. It's a tale of journalistic hubris and over-reach.
2014 was the hottest year on record. Marc Morano, a climate-change skeptic, points out discrepancies in datasets.
Approximately 100,000 Christians die every year because of their faith. One thousand Nigerian churches destroyed in 2014.