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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Deserving better from God

I have a new post up at my blog, Life’s complexity and mortal weight, about the prodigal son and the infinity of God’s grace in reclaiming us from the world of flesh and sin. It’s partially inspired by a book by Timothy Keller called Prodigal God, which of course my lovely bride gave me to … Continue reading

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Break from the past

My bride gave me Lords of the Earth to read, a true story about a mission in the remote valleys of New Guinea. This observation by the mission’s leader, Stanley Dale, leapt off the page: We discovered though that none of them had parted with his fetishes. And it has been abundantly proven in this … Continue reading

Children of the future

Moms have been staying at home to raise children since the dawn of time. It’s only recently, in the era of beneficent totalitarian government, that we view this history with shame. Women and children reliant on men who love them to provide: “Patriarchy!” Women and children reliant on global capitalism and government daycare, which don’t … Continue reading

Brave New World future

Embracing our Brave New World future, Nicholas Kristof argues for sterilization. R. R. Reno comments at First Things: Nearly a century ago, Margaret Sanger promoted birth control as a way to put an end to poverty. That meant educating the poor in its methods. But she knew that this would be successful only to a … Continue reading

The medium isn’t the message

My bride gave me The Great Divorce by C. S. Lewis to read. Lewis’s frankness and understated genius is, as usual, evident throughout. The part that most struck me was the fallen artist whose early love of capturing light in paintings degraded over time to love of painting itself. The spirit serving as his guide … Continue reading

Jacob’s quantitative easing ladder

In mid-October, markets were entering correction territory, right on schedule with the end of quantitative easing. It was supposed to be the beginning of the greatest liquidation in the history of the world. Then Federal Reserve president James Bullard and the Bank of Japan pulled us up another rung on the QE ladder, and markets … Continue reading

Do more than vote

This is a strange editorial from the Washington Times: The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services on Friday threw open the door to as many as 100,000 Haitians, who will now move into the United States without a visa. Sen. Chuck Grassley, Iowa Republican, rightly and accurately denounced enabling Haitians awaiting a U.S. visa to enter … Continue reading

God’s yoke

I hadn’t seen Flight until last night. If I’d seen it sooner, I would have credited it for its testimony about freedom in God’s grace, because it’s a topic I’m passionate about and I’ve written about here and here. Albeit crude and profane, Flight serves up Jesus-flavored humble pie to the altar of the self-willed … Continue reading

Difference shmifference

The Microsoft CEO’s mistake was not realizing beforehand he was walking into a trap. Thou shalt have no other gods before equality: He had been asked to give his advice to women who are uncomfortable requesting a raise. His response: “It’s not really about asking for the raise, but knowing and having faith that the … Continue reading

Opponents and foes

As expected, the liberal media’s reporting on the Supreme Court’s same-sex marriage non-ruling is way off-base. Here’s how the first two paragraphs of this New York Times story should have read: Some leading marriage defenders said this week that their legal fight was far from over, with several federal appeals courts still to rule and … Continue reading

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