But my son has just enough insecurities about keeping up with his four over-achieving older brothers that he felt a bit wounded.

And as an champion of missionaries everywhere, I don’t support the idea that there are interesting and non-interesting missions.

Within a few Sundays the talk about mission calls receded and I talked to my son about ignoring the dumb things people say.

As Saints, we need to work constantly on not taking offense.

All we need is a little bit more: more orgasms, more pills, more sex-ed, more abortion, more freedom man, and then you’ll see the beautiful things we can do for humanity. Austin Ruse is president of C-FAM (Center for Family & Human Rights), a New York and Washington DC-based research institute.

He is the author of Fake Science: Exposing the Left’s Skewed Statistics, Fuzzy Facts, and Dodgy Data published by Regnery.

Over and over people said to him, “Wow, your brothers have all had such interesting mission calls.

Ha, I bet you’ll go somewhere boring like Wyoming/Nevada/Idaho.” I stood next to him during these conversations enough times to know people just thought they were being clever and funny; they certainly didn’t mean any offense.

And so it is with the Sexual Revolution; it is many times more terrible than the supposed patriarchy it supplanted, the one where women were forced to stay home, bake cookies and never found their G-Spot. But the Sexual Revolution is far and away the most impressive and it shows no sign of abating, only metastasizing.

The Russian Revolution made the Romanovs look benign.” You could add Mao Tse Tung, who made Chiang Kai-shek look like a schoolboy.

He credits Freud, Wilhelm Reich and pornography with loosening everyone up.

Reich “argued that sexual expression (primarily, the orgasm) was natural and that social control of libidinal energies by the family, institutionalized sexual morality, and the state was destructive.” Escoffier says the Sexual Revolution of the 1960s and ’70s “would never have happened without a series of extended battles over obscenity and pornography,” that “these battles helped to create a public space in American culture for sexual speech.…” It is a wonder to see sexual revolutionaries, just like the communists before them, insist that all we need is just a little bit more. The Sexual Revolution, which Wikipedia oddly says ended in the 1980s, is the heart of the matter. Many of us work on bits and pieces of it: ending abortion, defending marriage, religious freedom and the like. in economics and has taught at Yale and George Mason University.

The cost to society runs to the hundreds of billions of dollars even if you just look at Federal money spent on the underclass whose problems have been exacerbated exponentially by internalizing the Sexual Revolution.