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Charlottsville and What is a Law-Abiding Citizen?

In my last blog, I asked what Charlottesville means to you. Today I want to ask you to think about what it means to be a law-abiding citizen. The violent rally in Charlottsville showed that there are multiple issues festering in … Continue reading

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Ohio Congressman Jim Jordan Fails Civics

Ohio Congressman Jim Jordan Fails Civics Ohio Congressman Jim Jordan[1] has released advertising for a demonstration he has organized (to support President Trump on May 31). Through that ad he shows that he needs to retake a high school civics … Continue reading

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Is This What You Want Your Government To Do? Current US House Bills (part 2)

Is This What You Want Your Government To Do? A post is going around social media publicizing current House bills and asking people to call their officials to request they vote against the following bills. Today I am reporting on … Continue reading

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The Fallacies of Newt Gingrich

Newt Gingrich’s speeches make me so angry. Lately he has been campaigning against child labor laws. That reason alone is enough to upset me, but why do people fall for his troglodyte viewpoints and spurious arguments? Ignoring the legal and … Continue reading

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The Limitlessness of the Divine

Desmond Tutu recently published a book God Is Not a Christian: And Other Provocations in which he argued that we should have “our notion of God deepened and expanded.” He also stated: “Our God would be too small if he … Continue reading

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