The Vaccine Holy War

Bo KelleherCulture, Good and Evil, VaccinesLeave a Comment

It’s almost impossible to convince people that vaccines are unsafe. It has become a holy war with all the hallmarks of religious zealotry. You’re not going to convert the Pediatric Priests who administer the sacraments of intentional-infection, nor are you going to turn the Bishops of Bureaucracy at HHS because almost all of them are dispatched straight from the vaunted … Read More

Banned from Facebook for Criticism of Dr. Pan’s False Facts – SB1424

Bo KelleherCulture, Good and Evil, Technology, Vaccines

The “Doctored” Photo In an absolutely iconic and ironic picture of hypocrisy from the government-technocracy complex, I have been suspended from Facebook for 30 days for calling out Dr. Richard Pan and his sycophantic followers after Dr. Pan posted a story about a measles outbreak that featured a badly-photoshopped image of a newborn baby with clone-tool “measles” all over its … Read More

Who murdered Andrew Finch: Swatter or SWAT?

Bo KelleherCulture, Good and EvilLeave a Comment

I have this (probably unpopular) thought, that echoes the matter-of-fact observation of Andrew Finch’s mother: He wasn’t murdered by a phone call. He was murdered by a cop who had the training, the mindset, and the circumstance. In a murder case, those things are called, “motive, means and opportunity” and when all of that meets “with malice aforethought”, it’s murder. … Read More

What does Common Sense Gun Control Mean?

Bo KelleherCulture, Good and EvilLeave a Comment

In the wake of the shooting of over 600 people in Las Vegas under what remains extremely confusing circumstances, there have been reflexive and emotional demands from the usual suspects demanding a ‘final solution’ to America’s gun problem. They are demanding “Common Sense Gun Control” legislation. The phrase means nothing at all because their sense isn’t sensible, nor is it … Read More

NFL Protests are Alienating Fans

Bo KelleherCultureLeave a Comment

I grew up during the Orange Crush years and my first game was at the old Mile High Stadium in 1982. It happened to be Craig Morton’s retirement ceremony (we lost to the Chiefs). Since I can remember… I have always been a Broncos fan, but I simply don’t know them anymore. I’m not a fanatical jingoist who thinks that … Read More

Why Animal-Rights Veganism is Anti-God and Anti-Human

Bo KelleherChristianity, Culture, Good and EvilLeave a Comment

There’s been a remarkable rise in veganism and animal rights activism in recent memory.  It made me wonder if people are just becoming more health conscious and simply avoiding red meat (but that would be vegetarianism). Very few vegans these days seem to point to the health aspects of veganism the the primary motivation for their desire to forego the … Read More

The difference between aggression, threats, and risks

Bo KelleherCulture, Health

More and more, I am seeing statements from people who are concretely certain about themselves, that they believe they have a right to be free from any and all forms of risk.  And usually, it’s in the context of, “Government should force people who do something I don’t like to stop, because somewhere, I (or small children, or puppies) could … Read More