12 Horrible Messages Hollywood Sends to Americans

(source) 1. If You’re Not Having Sex Right This Second, You Are a Loser When all the winners on the screen that you’re supposed to root for are having sex the way most of us are shaking hands, it makes a lot of people in the real world think they should be doing the same... Continue Reading →

Advertisements

Occam’s Condom

(Source) If you’re a black woman living in Los Angeles County—you are six times more likely than a white woman living in LA to have syphilis. Your odds are a little better vis-à-vis Latinas, but not by much—you are still about three times likelier to have The Syph than those small, brown, and friendly women who... Continue Reading →

It’s Not Natural

(source) I continue to be amazed at what we are teaching our children.  Those (whoever they are) that are in charge of what is being taught to our children in America’s public schools have lost their stinking minds. They’re “public” schools, you know.  Meaning that what is taught is what is commonly seen as “normal”... Continue Reading →

YES, “ISLAM IS PART OF OUR HISTORY” … but hardly in the way that European elites claim

(source) European Commission First Vice-President Frans Timmermans recently chaired a roundtable with ten Muslim imams from six EU Member States (Belgium, Bulgaria, France, Germany, Italy and The Netherlands).  Afterwards Timmermans announced that “the Commission is strongly committed to promoting diversity in Europe. Islam is part of our history, Islam is part of our present and Islam will... Continue Reading →

The Best Mom Can’t Make Up For A Dad

(source) A film producer told me a story recently.  It was about an experiment with high-school kids from disadvantaged families.  All of these students received full scholarships from renowned universities.  But none of these students went on to higher education.  Why?  Because they came from single-parent mother-only homes and their mothers pulled their kids heartstrings... Continue Reading →

Canine Cancer: What can humans learn?

(source) If you have been alive for more than a couple of decades, it is very likely that one of your close family members – a human or a pet – has been diagnosed with cancer. As a veterinarian, I have seen the cancer rates in people and animals rising, and that is despite billions... Continue Reading →

WordPress.com.

Up ↑