ConservaTibbs

Husband, father of two boys, Christian conservative, pro-life, Indiana University alumnus, cancer survivor.

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#73・

New lockdowns are unjustifiable

The American people must not submit to another economic lockdown to "slow the spread" of COVID-19.

 
#72・

The breakthrough infections hoax

The fear-mongering about breakthrough cases is so overblown and exaggerated it might as well be a total hoax. This is a pandemic of the unvaccinated. This hoax is discouraging vaccinations and delaying herd immunity. People are dying because of this hoax.From…

#71・

Stop harassing people in their private lives

The confrontation of Tucker Carlson while he was out with his family represents a disturbing trend in our politics. Conservatives don't help themselves by being hypocrites about it.I explain more in today's blog post:

#70・

Having a sense of proportion about COVID-19

If we want to defeat COVID-19, we need to be honest, present the facts, and not inflate the danger. I explain more in today's blog post:

 
#69・

Jesus told you to eat that bacon

Today's blog post:

 
#68・

This week on the blog

Upcoming posts this week on ConservaTibbs.com:Monday - Jesus told you to eat that baconWednesday - Having a sense of proportion about COVID-19Friday - Stop harassing people in their private lives

#67・

Tulsi Gabbard and the politics of envy

The politics of envy should not prevent us from seeing many exiting opportunities from private space travel.

 
#66・

Stop making martyrs out of bad people!

Government should not practice viewpoint-based discrimination or censor opinions they do not like - no matter who the speaker is. I explain more in today's blog post:

 
#65・

Be consistent on legacy guilt

If all whites alive in 2021 cannot be held responsible for the sin of chattel slavery, then all Democrats alive in 2021 cannot be held accountable for the same thing.I explain more in today's blog post:

 
#64・

False attacks on Republican Presidents by Trump fans

Let's not pretend that Donald Trump is the first and only President to be aggressively pro-America. This is historically ignorant, driven by personal fandom of Trump himself. I explain more in today's blog post:

 
#63・

Heroes under the water

We do not appreciate how much our sailors sacrificed for submarine warfare, a vital part of the war effort. I explore this in today's blog post:

 
#62・

A bad but necessary outcome in the Bill Cosby case

We have much more to fear from a lawless government than we do from criminals. I explain more in today's blog post:

 
#61・

Leftist dishonesty about omnibus spending bills

Dana Milbank knows how giant omnibus spending bills work, so pretending otherwise is dishonest.I explain more in today's blog post:

 
#60・

“Did the tweets really bother you that much?”

Yes, Donald Trump's hate-filled rants on Twitter mattered. I explain more in today's blog post:

 
#59・

Church employees should follow church doctrine

Today's blog post:

 
#58・

Legitimate grievances and shameful race baiting

Scottie Pippen had legitimate grievances against the Chicago Bulls. But has recent behavior reflects much worse on him than the Bulls franchise. I explain more in today's blog post:

 
#57・

Thinking about 1 Timothy 6:10

The King James Version - my preferred translation - says that the love of money is the root of all evil. But Is this the most accurate translation of that verse? No. I explain more in this "throwback Thursday" blog post:

 
#56・

Putting the publican and the Pharisee in context

This parable by our Lord was more powerful than we realize.

 
#55・

A few thoughts on July 4

On this day in 1776, the founding fathers pledged their lives, fortunes and sacred honor to secure the blessings of liberty for this great nation.They could have very easily lost against a much more powerful foe, and would have been hanged as traitors.Thank G…

 
#54・

More dishonest "cancel culture" schemes

We should not pretend anyone is legitimately "offended" by what Tucker Carlson said in 1991. No one is. I explain more in today's blog post: