Evil Genius Chronicles Podcast for March 20, 2015 – Humanity

In this episode, I play a song from Paul Westerberg; I talk about internet controversies, the culture of dehumanization and violence we live in; I conclude by relating how I feel as a parent to how I felt the victims should deal with harassment.

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Dave Slusher is a blogger, podcaster, computer programmer, author, science fiction fan and father. Member of the Podcast Hall of Fame class of 2022.

3 thoughts on “Evil Genius Chronicles Podcast for March 20, 2015 – Humanity”

  1. Hey – catching up on my podcasts, just finished this one on the train today.I’ve always come from the opposite end of the spectrum from you, politically and spiritually (Christian, anarcho-conservative), but arrived at the same place when it comes to most of your viewpoints. This episode was one of those where our commonality was driven home.As a conservative who highly values civil liberty, I’ve always hated the idea that the government has somehow finagled the “right” to end human life. Life, liberty and pursuit of happiness – it’s right there at the beginning! One of the first subjects of the predicate in the preamble of the DoI – 2.1!This topic always pushes me to think about all the things that I’ve identified with conservatism that seem to be at odds with the modern definition of conservatism: open borders, free trade, respect for civil liberties, general pacifism. I guess I’m just writing to say “yeah, man. totally agree.”

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