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“What difference does it make?”

May 16, 2015
“What difference does it make?”

(www.pinterest.com) Bruce Kent PJ Media’s Bridget Johnson reported recently on Luis Gutierrez’s (a congressman) comparing those who support national security and faithful law enforcement to a “mouse” who, when given something to eat, refuses to feel palliated or satisfied.  Incidentally, no one seems to have pointed out the gross mistake Gutierrez made regarding the children’s […]

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In Such an Equation

May 9, 2015
In Such an Equation

(http://farm6.staticflickr.com/5087/5250661414_3244c91337_z.jpg) Bruce Kent Our political opponents have labored industriously for decades to convince our people of the ostensible reality of gender and race discrimination conspiracies.  With the passing of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 they seemed to convince a sufficient number of our esteemed brethren of the reality of systemic bias, a prejudice that […]

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Appeasing Two Ends of a Mob

May 7, 2015
Appeasing Two Ends of a Mob

(Image courtesy:  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amazons) Bruce Kent I have spent enough hours in public and private institutions to have become intimately familiar with radical feminists.  I distinctly recall reading one feminist piece openly advocating for the dissolution of all traditional sexual bonds between men and women so that women might truly get to know one another—in more […]

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Innocent Blood

May 3, 2015
Innocent Blood

(Picture courtesty www.wsj.com) Bruce Kent When discussing the plight of Israel neither Dennis Prager nor Jay Sekulow mince words.  Prager notes, in a recent Prager University video available on youtube.com that one side of the Israeli-Palestine conflict wants the other dead (2014).  Sekulow, in The Rise of ISIS, notes how demonstrably complacent and apparently complicit […]

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Mayday, Mayday, Mayday

April 11, 2015
Mayday, Mayday, Mayday

Bruce Kent As time marches on, I find it increasingly difficult to find that singular subject in the professory willing to put his neck on the line to function as my advisor—not to mention that shortly, I will need to petition a number of other PhD’s to play the part of committee member. My unwillingness […]

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Rebranding

December 13, 2014
Rebranding

(image courtesy lintvkoin.files.wordpress) Bruce Kent I read a great poem this week by Jamie Hurd.  In it Hurd elucidates some of the problems plaguing our establishment, with a special emphasis on schools.  Nonetheless, the argument made in the poem can also be applied to the kind of thinking threatening to undermine law and law enforcement […]

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Context

November 29, 2014

Context Bruce Kent As I have contemplated my circumstances and that of my countrymen these last few weeks, I become increasingly aware of the need for connections to information. In fact, I see that a lack of context is the reason why our secular brethren continue winning the war of persuasion. I attended the Agency […]

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To Compromise or Not to Compromise

November 9, 2014
To Compromise or Not to Compromise

Bruce Kent Wrote Shakespeare in Hamlet, “To be or not to be, that is the question.” For us, however, the question becomes, “To compromise or not to compromise.” The prophet of the Latter-day Saint Church, President Monson, recently admonished listeners, Let us have the courage to defy the consensus, the courage to stand for principle. […]

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For Mia Country

November 2, 2014
For Mia Country

Bruce Kent My family and I spent a portion of our weekend conducting a precinct walk in behalf of candidate Mia Love. As I listen to poll reports, I find myself struck in awe by the nearness of the run between her competitor Doug Owens and herself. Beyond this race, I feel surprised at how […]

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The Oppression Ethic

October 26, 2014
The Oppression Ethic

Bruce Kent At one of my doctoral studies classes this week at a Utah university, a visiting professor emphasized a need for social justice and then, almost in the same breath, expressed dismay at her LDS students’ feelings toward the academy, which she said they characterized as “oppressive.”  The same professor, in addition, celebrated feminism in […]

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