Tag: dialectic
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The University And Conservatism

Today’s subject comes from townhall.com.

Starting with the opening lines of the article, we are shown precisely why the modern conservative is so thoroughly hopeless:

College classrooms are supposed to be politically neutral, not indoctrination centers for liberalism. Yet, we have conservative parents who save money for decades

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Revenge of the Pussynerds

“The first Kings were Fathers of Families.” – Patriarcha, Sir Robert Filmer (1680)

You're doing it wrong.
You’re doing it wrong.
As the diannihilect swept past for another spiraling lap, what was forgotten became profound once again.

In world of ceaseless and senseless deconstruction, it is both surprising and not surprising that a male’

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Interpreting "Somebody That I Used To Know," By Gotye

Musically, one finds a wide variety of influences here. Ones that readily come to my mind are Tom Waits, Beach Boys, and Genesis. This work successfully and beautifully weaves retro and pop elements to form a modern, yet folksy work.

Lyrically, the story is of a break-up. Standard fare in

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Postmodern God is a Chicken Sandwich

Love
Once upon a time…
There was man, and there was woman. Two different beings, separate and unequal. From their differences arose conflict, and born from that conflict: passion.

In time, their passions intermingled, and the two beings found that this combination was to both of their advantages. Society blossomed from

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