Support or Advertising?

For over a decade, corporations have used big-budget campaigns to endorse the Gay Pride Parade and to create mega-advertising showing their alliance with the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer community.

Sea lion massacre

Last week the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration ruled for the second year in a row that sea lions could be removed from the Columbia River and killed.


A two-year battle for a rape-victim’s rights ends with great disappointment this month.

In 2008, a 16-year-old high school cheerleader in Silsbee, Texas known in the media only as “H.S.” was gang raped by three basketball team members.

A provoking question

The end of March saw the installation of a number of pro-animal research billboards in Portland, as well as in Los Angeles, Seattle, Baltimore and Wisconsin. Designed to be thought provoking, they certainly have succeeded in provoking quite a few people.

A law of stereotyping

It has been a month since 14-year-old Yashanee Vaughn went missing. The local teenager has still not been located, although police have indicated that they believe Vaughn was murdered.

Hope in Transhumanism

Far too often I hear people spouting generalized contempt. For example, “Humans are a cancer on the Earth” has become the credo of left-leaning environmentalists, and I for one am sick of it.