Monthly Archives: May 2012

World Series of Poker

Okay, this post is going to be addressed to a narrow audience:  poker fanatics who understand the politics of the World Series of Poker.
I attended the World Series of Poker in Las Vegas last year.  I won $1600 by coming … Continue reading

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Ethical Relativism and Realism

“What makes a man go neutral?  Lust for gold?  Power?  Or were you just born with a heart full of neutrality?” — “Captain Zapp Brannigan,” Futurama
There is a considerable body of philosophical argumentation pro and con ethical relativism.  However, I … Continue reading

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Obama: Marriage-Wrecking Marxist

I’m surprised that anyone is surprised that Obama came out in favor of gay marriage.  When Joe Biden expressed his support of gay marriage, my assumption that Obama was about to announce his own support.  I also don’t buy the … Continue reading

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