So I was driving home from work the other day, and though I rarely listen to NPR (National Public Radio) because I can’t stand their left-wing, liberal slant on the news, I decided to tune in for a change. No sooner had I done this than I begin getting lectured to on the virtues of […]


9 out of 10 parents think young people should be encouraged to abstain from sex before marriage. 9 out of 10 young people think they should not be encouraged to abstain from sex before marriage. These are the results of two surveys I recently came across. The first one to catch my attention was headlined […]


Seat Belts Do Not Save Lives?

by Jimmy on May 21, 2007 · 2 comments in Morality

I read an article recently about some teenagers that got in a car accident. The only person to survive was the one who was wearing his seat belt. It takes a liberal to read a story like that and conclude that seat belts are ineffective in saving lives. You see, the people not wearing seat […]


Unbiased vs. The Truth

by Jimmy on May 1, 2007 · 2 comments in Morality

Being a Mormon, as I am, there has been a lot of discussion lately among my family and friends about the PBS special entitled The Mormons. Personally, I did not like the overall tone of the piece, but you can click here to see the Mormon Church’s official response. Some say it did good at […]


Why I Oppose Gambling/Lotteries?

by Jimmy on February 8, 2007 · 0 comments in Morality

Standing in shawdows of the thrid largest gambling destination in the US, Tunica, MS, I tackle today’s topic: why I oppose gambling? I could spend hours giving you anecdotal evidence of the negative consequences of gambling (stories of poverty sticken adults buying lottery tickets instead of family necessities or college students flunking out of school […]