Tag Archives: victimhood mentality

On Being a Victim

Citizen Tom has a smart post up called I am a Victim where he challenges our thinking by flipping the narrative on who we normally think of as one.  That got me thinking a bit about the word victim. I … Continue reading

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America is in Trouble

In March of 2019, I wrote a blog post called, Intersectionality and Radical Grace that could be written almost word for word today.  I’ve copied  and pasted it below as the issues it touches upon are still very relevant.  Unfortunately my … Continue reading

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California Dreamin’

California’s three largest cities; San Francisco, Los Angeles and San Diego are all struggling with an enormous homelessness problem and the after effect is wreaking havoc among residents. De facto tent cities, sidewalks crowded with human feces and hypodermic needles, … Continue reading

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Intersectionality and Radical Grace

There was a  fascinating article in the Wall Street Journal recently written by Robert L. Woodson Sr.  The title, Even the Fiercest Social-Justice Warrior Should Learn Mercy, sums up well the goal of the author, which is to get today’s racial … Continue reading

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“I Didn’t Need the Nazi, I Had One in Me”

  Edith Eva Eger was starved, beaten and terrorized on a daily basis during her brutal stay at a WWII Nazi death camp, even forced to dance with Josef Mengele, the infamous Angel of Death who murdered her parents along … Continue reading

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On Strike

A closer peek at the upcoming Women’s Strike and what really lays beneath its cover. Continue reading

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Personal Freedom is a Choice

The May 23rd edition of the Wall Street Journal held a remarkable statement by Cuban poet and human-rights activist Armando Valladares  when accepting the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty’s Canterbury Medal in New York recently. He was of course speaking mainly to the … Continue reading

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Year of the Crybaby

So long 2015! Although you were quite the mixture of good, bad, happy and sad, annoyance is what comes to mind when I think about the booming population of whiners this past year has brought. With complaining having surpassed football … Continue reading

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Real Victims Deserve More

This article from National Review’s Kathryn Jean Lopez recounts a touching encounter she had with a very broken woman and brings thoughtful reflection on how best to bring hope to those that need it. It’s a good read that highlights … Continue reading

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The Cannibalizing Nature of Group Identity Politics

We were created to be seen, heard and understood as individuals, yet are constantly being shuffled off in to groups with predetermined character traits. Women you belong here with the victimized, white males stand over there under the racist/sexist flag … Continue reading

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