There are some things in this world that I am never going to believe.
That there is no God.
That trying to follow the ten commandments would be a bad thing.
That Bible and science are contradictory.
That vaccines cause autism.
That essential oils are essential to anything except the plants from which they are extracted.
That homeopathic medicine is equal to modern medicine.
That what pharmaceutical companies charge for drugs isn’t larceny.
That social media has been good for humanity.
That video games are better for young people than going outside and playing.
That texting isn’t the kiss-off of personal communications.
That the United States is not a great nation.
That Russia looked at all the 2016 Presidential Race candidates and said, “Trump, now, he’s the pony I’d put my money on!
That Russia doesn’t always try to meddle in our elections.
That Congressional Republicans support the president.
That Speaker Paul Ryan’s Healthcare plan has anything to do with either health or care.
That repealing and replacing Obamacare would be better for the people who need affordable healthcare than fixing it. Especially, since Republican leadership tried to repeal it time after time, year after year and all the while no one in leadership saw fit to draft a humane, fiscally responsible, workable, passable alternative.
That there are not current democratic members of Congress, and in state legislatures, from south of the Mason-Dixon Line, who had ancestors that were confederates.
That historical statues are more of a threat to a person’s mental, emotional and physical health than what is viewed on television, in video games or at the movies.
That black on black violence is less news worthy than statue intimidation.
That the average person under the age of fifty could tell the difference between a statue of a Union or Confederate General if they were placed side by side.
That the democratic party has the best interests of minority groups in mind.
That it is ever a waste of time to vote.
That sexism doesn’t exist.
That there is such a thing as a “woman’s” brain.
That female genital mutilation is ever all right.
That female subjugation is ever all right.
That all cultures and ideas are of equal value.
That law’s weren’t meant to be followed and enforced.
That there are not bad laws.
That bad laws do not need to be repealed.
That peace can be found through violence and intimidation.
That the generations that passed civil rights laws and spent a lifetime teaching children and grandchildren not to be racist are now all of a sudden racist.
That racism doesn’t exist.
That only white people can be racist.
That all police officer’s are racist.
That Antifa is peaceful and law abiding.
That white supremacists are not a threat to minorities.
That the age of enlightenment is now.
That any higher education institution should receive federal funding if they support segregation of any kind including “safe zones.”
That any higher education institution should receive federal funding if they discriminate against any group…minority or majority.
That past generations should be known only by their faults.
That the people on earth now are just the smartest ever.
That freedom of speech is not under attack in our public squares, institutions and places of work.
That political correctness hasn’t gone off the rails.
That ideological social media censorship doesn’t exist.
That theater arts majors know how the run the world and what’s best for everyone.
That mainstream media strives to report news factually and without bias.
That truth is not close to being declared officially dead.
That everything is relative and there are no longer any absolutes.
That our society suffers from an excess of personal responsibility.
That our society suffers from an excess of self-determination.
That our society suffers from an excess of humility.
That anyone who has been married to Bill Clinton could honestly be creeped out by any man in shoe leather.
That diet Coke tastes as good as regular Coke.
That margarine tastes like butter.
That Elvis is still alive.
That if the people supporting Kaepernick don’t watch NFL football and those offended by players not standing for the national anthem continue to boycott the NFL, that it would be wise to buy advertising time during the games.
And, what set me off today….
That anyone wants to see Amy Schumer or any other member of the Schumer family naked.