I come from a family of liberals, and their prejudices against conservatives like me was validated last night when Donald Trump grasped the nomination. I'm asking, "Now what will I do?" … [Read more...] about How I’m Voting in November
By "philosophy" I mean how to think and how to live. These are my deepest and most cutting thoughts. Don't venture lightly, and don't be easily offended.
It looks to be that Donald Trump will be the Republican nominee. I'm not too pleased with that, but let me be honest: I identify more with Trump supporters than I do with those who hate him. Let me … [Read more...] about The Hypocrisy of Trump Haters
My 9-year-old son came across a disgraceful picture of me on the Internet, a photoshopped gangster/pimp looking mockery of me with crazy eyes and a fat money chain around my neck. Its creator was … [Read more...] about A Meditation on Christian Hatred
I realize I spend too much time thinking of them, those people who wake every morning with an extreme hatred for that which I love. I used to find comfort in pretending they didn't exist. … [Read more...] about Handling Hate
I tested VidAngel Sunday night with my family. We rented Creed for a total of $1, a great deal, without ever leaving my living room. But I saved much more: I got to choose which swear words and dicey … [Read more...] about Our New Movie-Streaming Option
I know that I should ignore unhelpful criticism, but there is one that gets under my skin. The judgment that says, "Chris Jeub, you're faking it." Faking joy, faking smiles, faking love. Let me … [Read more...] about Faking It