Category: Relativism

Emotional Hypocrisy

May 24, 2016 Dillon Freed Emotional hypocrisy today is epidemic and shameful.  We see extravagances of rage over relatively minor societal disturbances; and conversely, frugal indignation concerning actual evil and idiocy. We watch people go berserk over dubious accusations of “racially charged” language, and then observe the calm manner in which they discuss inner-city murder rates. There are enormous, frothing mouth and bulging eyed protest rallies […]


Reality Illness – Part 2: The Relativists by Dillon Freed

When Fidel Castro took control of Cuba in 1961, he declared his government was just as great as the legendary democracy in 5th Century Athens.* I often have arguments with those who believe that a war on women in the Midwest of America is in some way like the war on women in the Middle East, and others that seem to believe Shakespeare and […]