The religious view of morality as divine commands is defective, because it postulates a direct link between God and morality rather than the correct indirect link God → nature → morality;

the areligious view is wanting, because it refuses to admit the validity of the proofs of God’s existence by our reason from our apprehension of nature.

The global climate change problem, assuming there is something to is, is completely unsolvable and intractable.

It is no more possible for us to improve the climate as to prevent earthquakes and tsunamis.

Climate change cannot be prevented by any reasonable sacrifice in the speed of our economic improvement.

I dismiss mad schemes like destruction of humanity outright.

Hence, we should completely ignore this issue as being beyond human powers significantly to affect.

“The whole concept of high-rise living was part of a socialist utopia, a world in which private properties with gardens were to be minimized and collective living in the sky was to flourish,” says Philip Booth.

I agree: residential high-rises are inhuman.

Like me, Jesus was a half-Jew.

(Fully human, but half-Jewish on His mother’s side.)

Cops shouldn’t be out there looking for trouble. They tend to find and even create trouble where none exists.

They should be inside shops eating donuts.

Credit expansion by fractional-reserve banks according to the Austrian business cycle theory = economic abortion.

God be all like, looking at the world, “Motherfuckers! Is there any perversion you are not capable of?”

It seems to me that “Zionism” is a fait accompli.

I mean, the Jews are in Israel; the Jewish state exists; what do the “anti-Zionists” want, for Jews to just pick up and leave en masse?

The NSA should be abolished;

the data it’s collected, securely erased;

and the software it’s developed, open-sourced.