Dr Michael Hurd

Dr. Michael Hurd is a psychotherapist, columnist and author of "Bad Therapy, Good Therapy (And How to Tell the Difference)" and "Grow Up America!" Visit his website at: www.DrHurd.com.

The Lesson From Chick-Fil-A’s Appeasement

LGBT groups are not about individual rights for gays. Left-wing activist groups are about power. Appeasement doesn’t work.

The Kansas Anti-Gay Law and The Freedom of Association

The Kansas Anti-Gay Law and The Freedom of Association

What we need is a law — or a Constitutional amendment, if need-be — ensuring freedom of association. In other words, all individual citizens should be guaranteed the right to associate, or not associate, with whom they choose.

The Great Absurdity of The Republican Party

The Republican Party is dying from an internal contradiction. On the one hand, it claims to want freedom and individual rights. On the other hand, it embraces fundamentalist religion as the basis for civilization.

Pope Francis Blasts America

Pope Francis Blasts America

Self-interest, or self-sacrifice. You can’t have both. Obama and the Pope understand this, but their opponents have yet to figure it out.

The Red State vs Blue State Mentality

There are basically two sets of viewpoints influencing most people in America today. You might call them the “red state” (Republican) or “blue state” (Democratic) mentalities, although it’s far deeper than politics.

Iran: Obama’s New Best Friend

Iran: Obama’s New Best Friend

Obama and John  Kerry have “struck a deal” with Iran. We’re now supposed to breathe easier. Because of this deal, we’re told, Iran will no longer be building nuclear weapons in order to destabilize the Middle East (translation: our oil supply) any more than it already...

ObamaCare Phase Two: Point the Gun at Your Doctor

ObamaCare Phase Two: Point the Gun at Your Doctor

The New York Post reports that New York doctors are “treating ObamaCare like the plague,” according to a new survey. See? I told you so. A poll conducted by the New York State Medical Society finds that 44 percent of MDs said they are not participating in the nation’s...

Freedom of Speech vs. Embarrassing The Government

Freedom of Speech vs. Embarrassing The Government

A federal employee decides to write a book on his knowledge of a known government scandal. After signing a book contract with a major publisher, the book deal is subsequently forbidden—by the government. Does this sound like a George Orwell novel? Or an Ayn Rand work...

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