The Millennial Conundrum

The Millennial Conundrum
It's not unpopular these days to say that the millennial generation is self-entitled and self-destructive, almost making those two qualities into an art form. All too often we see the far left towing the line of social justice and insisting that every person alive deserves things simply by virtue of being alive, a sentiment brought about by societies that have too much wealth and not enough trauma. The 19th century of the United States and early 20th century saw unprecedented levels of industrialization, agriculture, and free thought, culminating in several great scientific and cultural achievements that the world now enjoys - speakers and writers like Thomas Jefferson and Robert Ingersoll, advancements like the moving assembly line and a level of industry capable of funding our allies during World War II with unprecedented ship-building, and cultural masterpieces such as George Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue. America used to be a hard-working place filled with wonder and achievement - so what has happened to this last generation?

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Donald Trump's Latest Executive Order

Donald Trump's Latest Executive Order

Some of you may already be aware of a new executive order signed by President Trump yesterday, on Thursday, May 4th, 2017. The order is commonly thought to be a slap in the face to the Johnson Amendment and many think it unconstitutional - but what does the order actually mean?

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Meta-existentialism: "Purpose" Is Objectively Subjective, and Subjectively Independent.

Meta-existentialism: "Purpose" Is Objectively Subjective, and Subjectively Independent.
So a lot of people in the world are concerned about existence, and meaning, and purpose in life. The existential nihilist would claim that existence is ultimately pointless, and that none of us are truly meaningful or important, and that the universe is going to die anyway - which leads, sometimes, to ethical nihilism, amongst other things.

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Internet Philosophy

Internet Philosophy
Many people online, especially on YouTube, like to describe themselves as "rationalists." This is prevalent in atheist communities, and with regards to "YouTube atheism," people generally shitpost and throw emotionally charged arguments out there, with little to no rigorous philosophical work done.

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Why Don't We Have Wizard Duels?

Why Don't We Have Wizard Duels?
If you've ever read the Harry Potter books or, like me, only seen the movies (I can't help it - I was born a muggle and I'll die a muggle), you were probably fascinated by the wizard duels such as the one between Harry and Voldemort, or others throughout the movies and books. The movies themselves have great special effects - however, did you know that according to the Bible, wizard duels are real?

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