Today on the main site:
- The Real Problem with Acorn, by William Tucker
- The Reagan Prize, by Jeffrey Lord
- The Neopagan Temptation, by Hal G.P Colebatch
Comment of the Day:
Think about it: the absence of lying must also means the absense of morality. The fact that he couldn't go through with sleeping with the blond lady based on a lie means he didn't only invent lying but morality as well. But how could he have known morality without first kowing guilt, and how could he know guilt without first committing the sin and experienceing it's consequences, and without all of this how could he have had the foresight that the act would have been wrong before committing the act... It was all just too much of a stretch for me to make. I thought the movie was flawed, and ultimately those flaws proved fatal.
What to Watch for:
- Argentinian President Cristina Fernandez will visit India to discuss signing agreements on science and technology, and visa approvals.
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