We want the government out of the bedroom! Until we want them in it!
A few weeks ago, Governor “Moonbeam” Brown signed into law a bill that sets the definition of consent and “when yes really means yes”. According to Senator Kevin de Leone, a Democrat who sponsored the bill:
With this measure, we will lead the nation in bringing standards and protocols across the board so we can create an environment that’s healthy, that’s conducive for all students, not just for women, but for young men as well too, so young men can develop healthy patterns and boundaries as they age with the opposite sex.
In other words: “All men are rapists and will be treated as such in a court of law, and will be presumed guilty unless found innocent.”
The title could also be “Unreasonable Members (a.k.a the majority of liberals)”, because one does not step into the cesspool of liberalism without embracing a certain level of lunacy. I originally intended to write this post as a short follow-up to The Modern Liberal Part I – Reasonable Members, but I quickly realized that I wasn’t entirely sure how to approach unreasonable liberals.
The more I thought about the issue, the more I questioned even the existence of “reasonable” liberals. Perhaps they’re out there, just hiding in their homes to avoid the negative stereotypes associated with their crazy ilk. If so, I’ve never really met any. In my experience, any liberals who appeared rational on the surface eventually revealed a crazy side once you dug deep enough or hit a particularly sensitive topic. Continue reading →
America’s marriage rate has been on the decline for the past 50 years, leading esteemed sociologists, politicians, and economists to start evaluating the marketplace of marriage to determine the root cause behind our society’s sudden lapse into matrimonial apathy. Even the brains behind my favorite podcast, Freakonomics, have devoted their past two episodes to a discussion on why anybody should marry. Continue reading →
Moments ago, I sent the e-mail below to the executives of Southwest Airlines. If I receive a response, I will also post it here.
To whom it may concern:
First, I would like to take a moment to tell you that Southwest Airlines has the best customer service and airline business model in the U.S. I flew with you several weeks ago to Las Vegas and had a fantastic experience. I will also be doing business with you again in a few weeks as my wife and I fly out to Detroit to visit her extended family. Thanks to your team’s cheerful disposition, ability to explain your policies clearly, and excellent in-flight service, I have become a loyal customer.
However, I am dismayed to hear Southwest will be sponsoring the Commission on Presidential Debates this year. Continue reading →