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The Center of the Universe

By Cyberquill • 10/09/2018 • Leave a Comment

Astrophysicists tell us that the universe has no center. I beg to differ.

Dressed to Please

By Cyberquill • 08/13/2018 • 2 Comments

What burqas and high heels have in common.

Yes, Me Too

By Cyberquill • 11/17/2017 • 10 Comments

Technically, I am a three-time sexual assault survivor.

The Fundamental Right to Buy

By Cyberquill • 10/12/2017 • 10 Comments

How come there are no gun stamps for the indigent?

The Purest of Evils

By Cyberquill • 10/05/2017 • 17 Comments

To call the Las Vegas sniper a terrorist would an insult to terrorists.

More, More, More

By Cyberquill • 07/15/2017 • 26 Comments

Ever more people are needed in order to grow the economy at the rate required to sustain ever more people.

Your Identity, Your Sex, and Your Pelvis

By Cyberquill • 07/10/2017 • Leave a Comment

While I grant everyone the freedom to identify as whatever they choose to identify as, I respectfully reserve my freedom to call others as I see them.

My Kingdom for a Cogent Defnition

By Cyberquill • 06/22/2017 • 2 Comments

Observations on the barrel of drugged trout known as “cultural appropriation.”

The Enemy Within

By Cyberquill • 06/05/2017 • 5 Comments

Donald J. Trump’s “travel ban,” which he has now officially doubled down on calling it, may well be a most ineffective anti-terrorism measure for a variety of reasons, not to mention of questionable constitutionality. Hands-down the oddest argument against it, though, is the oft-floated prediction that such a ban would do little to prevent theRead More…

The Blogmaster at the Microphone

By Cyberquill • 05/15/2017 • 2 Comments

The Barking of the Sheep

By Cyberquill • 05/09/2017 • Leave a Comment

Dogs that identify as sheep are (a) dogs that identify as sheep or (b) sheep?

Farewell to the Factor

By Cyberquill • 04/22/2017 • 2 Comments”

They really did it. They really spiked my favorite show.

United Airlines — Try Fly With Us!

By Cyberquill • 04/18/2017 • Leave a Comment

How to define “reasonable force” in the face of ferocious resistance?

Why the Case Against Voter IDs is a Case for Free Firearms

By Cyberquill • 12/03/2016 • 4 Comments

If the expense associated with obtaining ID abridges your right to vote, then the expense associated with obtaining a gun abridges your right to keep and bear arms.

Electoral Woes

By Cyberquill • 11/17/2016 • 2 Comments

it is invalid to superimpose real-world election results onto hypothetical or futuristic election scenarios, as any such scenario would have altered the behavior of voters and candidates alike.

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