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by | Nov 15, 2022

Love is dangerous. We tend to think that the worst that can happen is war, but falling in love is much riskier than getting drunk in a trench and singing army songs. Almost everyone I know who has suffered a…

by | Oct 23, 2022

There’s a promotional video for the new conservative dating app, “The Right Stuff,” with women sharing what they’re looking for in a man: someone who has “the alpha male vibe,” “wants to have kids,” and “whose faith is important to…

by | Sep 30, 2022

Fatherhood is calmness, certainty, and trust. Because one day they put a baby in your hands. Tiny. Irritated, still crying its first. Examining blindly with new senses, it calms down in the presence of a man whose voice has accompanied…

by | Sep 12, 2022

Monday I ran across an interesting blog post at Common Sense by Suzy Weiss on something most of us need to start paying attention to. It was occasioned by the 10th anniversary of Tinder making its debut in the app…

by | Jun 8, 2022

Now that it’s getting warmer and everyone seems better-looking, some people seem to realize that they can share their privacy other than with just Google, LLC. You could have a cat, but they scratch, and you could have a dog,…

by | Nov 10, 2021

Pain and love run perpendicular. Somewhere along the way they inevitably meet. We see it in the Cross. I trust you’ll understand if I don’t feel like satire today. It happened last Thursday in Madrid. At the end of the…

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