Joseph Dooley

I’m 28 years old and I’ve been writing since I learned how to type. I grew up in Texas but I lived nearly 5 years in the belly of the liberal beast, Maryland. Through my writing, I hope to convince readers of the truth and help to reverse the suicidal momentum of the present. As Francis Schaeffer wrote: “Any ways in which the system is still working is largely due to the sheer inertia of the continuation of the past principles. But this borrowing cannot go on forever.” Check out my blog, "Life's complexity and mortal weight."
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Treating the symptoms


Some people learn the hard way. Time reports on a chlamydia outbreak at a high school in Crane, Texas: A West Texas high school is considering expanding its sex-education program beyond teaching abstinence after 20 cases of chlamydia were confirmed among students this week. “We do have an abstinence curriculum, and that evidently ain’t working,” … Continue reading

The child gap


Redefining marriage legally has upstream effects culturally. Walter Schumm and Jason Carroll at Public Discourse give one example: Many countries have rolled out new policies to encourage citizens to have more children. Such policies range from reduced support for contraception, to monthly allowances for couples with children, to paid maternal and paternal leave, as well … Continue reading

Rand Paul, “misogynist”


Savannah Guthrie asked Rand Paul one of those minute-long leading questions that lazy reporters looking for too specific an answer sometimes ask. Rand Paul corrected her, now he’s a misogynist. “You have had views on foreign policy in the past that were somewhat unorthodox, but you seem to have changed over the years,” Guthrie told … Continue reading

Sexual dissociation


Robert Stacy McCain riffs on America’s fertility decline: People want to “fit in,” to have the approval of their peers and of the society around them, and so being “conformed to this world” is the usual way of life. There is a prejudice I call “middle-classness,” which encourages young people to believe that they must … Continue reading

Secession is the best outcome now


George Neumayr has had enough. He writes at the American Spectator re: the backlash against Indiana’s RFRA: On Sunday, ABC’s George Stephanopoulos repeatedly hectored Mike Pence, Indiana’s governor, with the question: “If a florist in Indiana refuses to serve a gay couple at their wedding, is that legal now in Indiana?” Pence declined to answer … Continue reading

Romans 4:13-16


It was not through the law that Abraham and his offspring received the promise that he would be heir of the world, but through the righteousness that comes by faith. For if those who depend on the law are heirs, faith means nothing and the promise is worthless, because the law brings wrath. And where … Continue reading

Space invaders


Planet Fitness opens its doors to the weirdo in the ladies room, but it gives the boot to the lady complaining about the weirdo in the ladies room. Hey, it’s not like he was crossing some culturally unacceptable boundary by invading a female-only space. A Michigan Planet Fitness canceled a woman’s membership after she campaigned … Continue reading

Supplanting Allah


Thursday, the president laid out three areas where governments can focus to “protect their families and friends and neighbors from violent ideologies and recruitment”: “Remain unwavering in our fight against terrorist organizations” “Confront the warped ideologies espoused by terrorists like al-Qaeda and [ISIS] “Address the grievances that terrorists exploit, including economic grievances” Obama likes to … Continue reading

“Rape” crusade


Two years ago, looking at the college crusade against “rape” for the first time, I came up with this theory: Romantic love between men and women is the glue that holds families together. Without families, there would be no civil society. They are nature’s last mediating institution between the individual and the state. Parents form … Continue reading

Obama’s need to dissemble


David Axelrod’s new book Believer—à la Eric Hoffer—paints Barack Obama as torn between his liberal ideals and lying his pants off during the 2008 election. Axelrod claims Obama always believed in redefining marriage, and that it pained Obama to be so deceptive about his real views on marriage on the campaign trail. “I’m just not … Continue reading

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