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Transgender Rights and the Constitution


An individual’s immutable biological sex is objectively determined by anatomy, physiology, or genetics at or before birth. A person may determine that they wish to be known by an alternative gender, but this does not void their biological gender identity. 429 more words

The Founding Of America

The 9th Circus Court of Appeal Decides

At least half the country is sick to its stomach about the decision by a three judge panel of the U.S. 9th Circus Court of Appeal to uphold the suspension of President Trump’s travel ban. 250 more words

Donald Trump

Geyserism No. 7

The President of the United States has no reason to speak of doing more than the Constitution requires, since it is not the Constitution which limits presidential authority, but rather the separate powers of governments, peoples, and states.


Geyserism No. 4 – By virtue of a free press

Every virtue has its privileges, one being to deliver its own little bundle of wood to the funeral pyre of a condemned man. (Nietzsche, Human All Too Human, §67)


Church vs. the Marginalized

In the homeless shelter where I’ve been for over a month, church is an integral component of how the place runs on a daily basis.  A nonprofit organization affiliated with a local church assigns beds, monitors housing and welfare resources for the homeless guests, and maintains the physical facility. 1,800 more words

Current Affairs

The Map of Political Ignorance among the Homeless

You may wonder why the general public should care about how informed the homeless are about our political system, while you have more important issues to worry about for your own well-being. 1,850 more words

Current Affairs