The Abortion President

  «OBAMA has made a habit of delivering an address praising Roe v. Wade on the anniversary of the decision. Today, on the 41st anniversary, he said that abortion helps women “fulfill their dreams.” It’s amazing that people think of Obama as pro-woman. Since Roe v. Wade, black illegitimacy alone has skyrocketed to over 70…

The “Galileo argument” against the Catholic Church

The argument of Galileo stinks already. The Catholic Church proceeded in relation to Galileo in the correct scientific way, because Galileo did not present his thesis as an hypothesis — as Copernicus did! Copernicus presented his thesis as an hypothesis and was NOT censored by the Catholic Church! Galileo did not want to formulate his…

Moral claims and factual claims

  “Can a moral claim, which is prescriptive, be true or false in the same sense as a factual claim – which is descriptive?” We would firstly define “fact”, not in juridical terms, but in metaphysics: “a fact is something that had acquired a structure in our conscience”. Since Kant that we know that the…

Karl Popper and the ‘nightmare of the physical determinism’

  “When evolutionists such as Bloom speak of a moral law, they mean that evolution and culture caused certain molecular arrangements in our heads that induce certain feelings we call “right” and “wrong.” But there is no basis for true “right” and “wrong.” It is all just opinions.” — Evolution Professor: There is No True…

Marriage is an institution

Marriage is an institution. An institution is a way of life (which can be socially represented in many ways) that society concedes to itself in order to warrant its continuity. Every institution discriminates, because there will always be some people which have the right conditions to be accepted by a whatever institution, and other people…