Although my readership as of right now is basically Zero, I'm going to carry on as though I have a readership of thousands. "Fake it till you make it." If hip-hop artists have taught me anything, it's that.
I've recently begun blogging for LiveAction.org, so a lot of my strictly abortion-focused writing will probably go there. I will continue to do what I can to grow this blog, writing about spiritual war and the culture war more broadly, including issues of faith, morality, virtue, post-modernism, and so forth.
On a personal note, I've decided to return to school. Due to the large amount of time that's passed since I was enrolled and the customary changes in curriculum and courses, I will be left with only a fraction of my credit hours; I will return as a second semester freshman. Humbling? Why, yes! But humility is an important virtue and one I am sometimes lacking. I've done some figurin', and it looks like if I get started in earnest now, I can have my PhD before I turn 40. The idea is to do a couple semesters at Richland, then somehow acquire the money (scholarships, loans, grants, selling kidneys, etc.) to transfer to the University of Dallas, a well-regarded private Catholic liberal arts school in Irving. They have a Comparative Literary Studies B.A. that looks completely wonderful.
Meanwhile, New Wave Femmes are increasing our Facebook presence and gearing up to protest the annual Planned Parenthood luncheon at the Anatole Hotel one month from today. A planning meeting is tentatively scheduled for next month, at which we will begin formulating our big schemes for the coming year.
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More to come soon...