Saturday, August 08, 2009

Best of March 2006

Reflections on evil People of the Lie/The Great Divorce

The Faux Logic of adolescence

Avoiding manipulation by turning arguments both ways

An opposite is often true

Ionesco's Rhinoceros, where he drops his absurdism because he knows the truth.

Reading Aloud, joys of

Three essays on British Leftism: The Reduced Shakespeare Company, Wombats, and The Bearded Pig

Something About McDonald's

As We Forgive Those. Ouch

Lottery Winners and Paraplegics. Dan in the comments links to the research.

Not really Living In Tune With Nature, Red Feather.

When Christian and Nutritional Myths Collide. Fusion

Politics Made Simple Michael Totten goes to the Genocide Museum.

1 comment:

anna said...

wow i love that post you wrote about the christian naturalism fad, and i totally agree. i read a lot of "christian mom" blogs these days and you would be amazed at the number of them that subscribe to the myth that natural = holy. they think that technology is a corruption of how God meant us to live on the earth. at least one prays for help in keeping her family away from high fructose corn syrup and propylene glycol...