The Ukrainian rebellion, having succeeded, now wants the outgoing honcho prosecuted for shooting protesters. This is stupid. (more…)
More tolerance of the usual–including ordinary differences between men and women–would do a lot to promote human flourishing. Happy Valentine’s Day.
Thus James Taranto.
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Home and family makes everybody happy, especially women. The best way to do that is for women to marry young, be faithful, be chaste, be religious, and don’t work full time.
Rod Dreher has some good thoughts. Without endorsing his viewpoint completely, I note that Mormonism and its temple and its doctrine of continuing revelation and line upon line and milk before meat has room for the concept of forbidden knowledge that secular liberalism does not.
A good man I know has been investigating the Church. He has daughters who are getting close to that age. One in particular is going on twelve. So he asked me about the church experience for a young woman. Because its a concern of his, he especially asked what his daughters would be taught about chastity and marriage. Here is my response. For readers with knowledge, please add anything you see fit in the comments. Readers with questions on the subject are welcome to ask them in the same place. (more…)