Time for Consensus on Coarseness – The National Center

This National Center for Public Policy Research post is based off of my opinion piece dealing with Roseanne Barr and Samantha Bee – https://www.newsmax.com/jeromedanner/roseanne-barr-samantha-bee-trump/2018/06/04/id/864109/

Free Speech is Great, But We Should Encourage More Civil Discourse (from September 28, 2017 – for The Daily Nerv)

Recent news has made it urgent to encourage and explain to the masses why free speech is a great freedom and right to have and express. The issue is a topic of high-priority because of what we have seen play out on our television screens as of late, from “protesting” (if it can really beContinue reading “Free Speech is Great, But We Should Encourage More Civil Discourse (from September 28, 2017 – for The Daily Nerv)”

Antifa “Activists” are About Violence, Not Self-Defense (from September 18, 2017 – for The Daily Nerv)

Inauguration Protest Marchers By Mobilus In Mobili (Own work) [CC BY-SA 4.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0)%5D, via Wikimedia Commons There are times when protesting is very necessary. Perhaps when something that is morally wrong has taken place and is supported by many or seems to have a growing number of supporters; it should be met with some formContinue reading “Antifa “Activists” are About Violence, Not Self-Defense (from September 18, 2017 – for The Daily Nerv)”

Episode 60 – Consistency with Morals and Civil Discourse (Free Speech)

This is the 60th episode of Thinking It Through with Jerome Danner (my podcast). Today, I am speaking the growing number of sexual assault allegations in the news. There are some people who are being inconsistent with their support of some alleged “sexual predators” and their anger at other “sexual predators” who are across theContinue reading “Episode 60 – Consistency with Morals and Civil Discourse (Free Speech)”

Ep. 59 – Pardes Seleh Interview – Censorship, Free Speech, Trump’s Condolences, and Foreign Policy

Next on Thinking It Through:  I had the pleasure of speaking with Ms. Pardes Seleh.  We had a wonderful conversation on censorship, free speech and Richard Spencer, Trump’s condolences to a Gold Star family and Rep. Frederica Wilson’s reaction, and Trump’s interactions with Iran and North Korea. 00:00 – 04:05 = Introduction / Who isContinue reading “Ep. 59 – Pardes Seleh Interview – Censorship, Free Speech, Trump’s Condolences, and Foreign Policy”

Ep. 57 – Paul Scheeser Interview – #Conservative, #FreeSpeech, & #GunControl

Next on Thinking It Through: I conversed with my brother and friend, Paul Scheeser, about being a conservative, Cam Newton’s free speech (and the cost he paid), and issues with gun control. 00:00 – 01:15 = Two Good Cocoa (Commercial) 01:16 – 04:11 = Introduction of Paul Scheeser 04:12 – 10:43 = Paul’s conservatism 10:44 –Continue reading “Ep. 57 – Paul Scheeser Interview – #Conservative, #FreeSpeech, & #GunControl”

The Lack of Love in Our Arguments

As a person that is interested in defending the Christian faith, a part of what I am trying to grow in is sharing arguments for different aspects of what I believe, from the existence of God to why we can believe that Jesus really did rise from the grave. Here is my problem: I amContinue reading “The Lack of Love in Our Arguments”

Episode 39 – Talking with Pastor Britt Peavy About Religious Freedom

Next on Thinking It Through:  I speak to Pastor Britt Peavy to get his thoughts on religious freedom in America. 00:00 – 00:18 = **Goofing off** 00:31 – 08:17  = Intro & Joking 08:18 – 20:59 = “What role does your faith play in how you see politics?” 21:00 – 29:30  = “Do you believe it is everContinue reading “Episode 39 – Talking with Pastor Britt Peavy About Religious Freedom”