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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.

Proof that the U.S. Election is NOT Rigged

By Cyberquill • 10/28/2016 • 2 Comments

By refusing to pay the postage for absentee ballots, “the system” allows itself to miss out on likely Democratic votes.

Terror – Your Verdict

By Cyberquill • 10/22/2016 • 6 Comments

Under what circumstances, if any, is it justifiable to kill few to save many?

Piling on The Don

By Cyberquill • 10/16/2016 • 2 Comments

Why Creepy Donald’s taped statements both support as well as undermine the credibility of his accusers.

To Wall or Not to Wall

By Cyberquill • 10/11/2016 • 4 Comments

Designated points of entry without barriers in between, however, make about as much sense as do heavily guarded doors in a building without walls.

How Native to Florida are Burmese Pythons?

By Cyberquill • 06/21/2016 • 39 Comments

How many generations until an imported species effectively becomes an indigenous species?

The Donald and the Judge

By Cyberquill • 06/08/2016 • 10 Comments

Is it necessarily “racist” to call into question a person’s impartiality because of their national descent?

Defining “Survivor”

By Cyberquill • 05/30/2016 • 4 Comments

Should claiming to be a sexual assault survivor be viewed as synonymous with being a sexual assault survivor?

Young at Heart

By Cyberquill • 05/20/2016 • 4 Comments

What is it that makes gender so fundamentally different from other qualities which, in the aggregate, comprise our identities?

The Sexist Pronoun

By Cyberquill • 05/10/2016 • 6 Comments

Anyone who has ever dabbled in writing has likely encountered the vexing conundrum of having had to select—without running the risk of distracting his/her/his or her/their readers from the actual substance of the text by prompting them to try and glean the writer’s socio-political leanings from his/her/his or her/their selection—the aptest pronoun to refer backRead More…

The Artist Currently Known as The Boss

By Cyberquill • 04/25/2016 • 15 Comments

Bruce Springsteen boycotts North Carolina, then suspends his activism to salute Prince.

Fortress Europe

By Cyberquill • 03/20/2016 • 12 Comments

Opposition to a so-called “Fortress Europe” appears to rest on the optimistic assumption that unregulated migration into Europe will never reach critical mass.

Playing with Matches

By Cyberquill • 03/15/2016 • Leave a Comment

Based on what are we to determine under what circumstances and to what extent, if ever, a given stimulus bears complicity in the actions of a given idiot?

How Do You Know I’m Not a Woman?

By Cyberquill • 03/09/2016 • 4 Comments

Who, other than myself, is in any position whatsoever to know my true gender and hence determine which locker room I belong in?

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