We often view our war dead through a political lens. Let’s take a moment to cast the politics aside and simply honor the fallen, as well as those that survived. Pierce Harlan gives us all a reason to stop and remember.
What’s in an apology? Sometimes it is a statement of regret. Other times it is a political weapon used to inflict far more harm than what was originally being apologized for. Ask Rush, or the boys at Milton Academy.
You have heard about double standards your whole life, usually about how they favor men over women. Feminists used them to form an entire movement. Pierce Harlan takes a look at a few of his own observation.
Janet Berger lied to the police about being raped by 5 youths on skateboards, and then stood by as an entire community went on a witch hunt on her behalf. It seems we learn from history that we don’t learn from history.
Every once in a while, a significant voice of reason emerges in the midst of this PC world run amok. Pierce Harlan found one; a lone professor that spoke an uncommon truth in the halls of academe.
Rape is big business and of late, big news. The problem is, however, that ideologues have so had their way with the subject of rape that they have reduced it to a big joke. Pierce Harlan isn’t laughing.
Pizza and rape is a terrible combination. Or so we find out from Pierce Harlan who had to lay out the bare facts with extra parmesean to a friend that was steadily losing his appetite. Perhaps Mexican food would be better next time.