Joseph Dooley

I’m 27 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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Ukraine or Nevada?

“The founding fathers didn’t create a government like this,” Cliven Bundy says, but I harken back to the Whiskey Rebellion and think, Yes, they did. About these ads

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Pound of flesh

An affirmation of “equality” and “inclusiveness” is not enough to satisfy the mob. They require penitence. This will be a familiar chorus if the gay mafia are not evangelized soon: [Mozilla] CEO Brendan Eich should make an unequivocal statement of support for marriage equality. If he cannot, he should resign. And if he will not, … Continue reading

Failed fusion

It’s clear where the Conservative Political Action Conference organizers stand on the definition of marriage when they give a panel the name “A Rainbow on the Right: Growing the Coalition, Bringing Tolerance Out of the Closet.” Rainbow is the symbol for LGBT activism and queerness in general. Going in, you expect the tone of the … Continue reading

Pearls before swine

You should know by now the Daily Show does not try to cover “all sides” of an issue. They mock people. That’s their job. Did Peter Schiff honestly think Samantha Bee spent 4 hours with him to be evangelized on the evils of the minimum wage? If so, he’s part of the problem. These people … Continue reading

Two presidents

Which president will we see next week giving the State of the Union address? “Sometimes I wrote off my own failings as just another example of the world trying to keep a black man down. I had a tendency to make excuses for me not doing the right thing. But one of the things that … Continue reading

“MYOB” ethics

“How does one arrive at your theory of ‘selfish, unfettered power’ from the question ‘is your choice harmless to others, and does it make you happy’?” Tom Gualtieri asks, in defense of his two-pronged moral compass. On Gualtieri’s view, if doing something makes you happy and it hurts no one, it is good. If it … Continue reading


Monogamists don’t think they’re “morally superior,” Tom Gualtieri. They, like everyone, have desires of the flesh. Monogamy is just better, period. For 2,000 years the success of the Christian West has been sustained by male-female monogamous marriage. Gualtieri writes at The Weeklings: Monogamy is not the only successful relationship choice. Opponents cite failed open relationships … Continue reading

The threat of violence

A guest pastor at a church I was visiting a few weeks ago said our freedoms were being taken from us via fine, rather than via force. It was a throwaway line, but accurate and insightful. It reminded me of the villains in Atlas Shrugged, who are loathe to resort to violence to enforce their … Continue reading

Obamacare and the republic

Obamacare will collapse on its own, the professional commentariat brayed, undercutting Republicans’ push to defund Obamacare. Why risk so much political capital to undo a law that will fail on its own? That’s easy: Because we still have Social Security. Because we still have the post office. Both are insolvent. They survive by attaching like … Continue reading

Insurgents at CUNY

The original intent of tenure for college professors was to protect free speech. It has inadvertently given tenured professors license to misbehave, as the professors at City University of New York are in agitating for the firing of guest lecturer General David Petraeus. The ridiculously named Ad Hoc Committee Against the Militarization of CUNY writes: … Continue reading

"There are two ways to conquer and enslave a nation. One is by sword. The other is by debt." -John Adams 1826


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