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Wheaton College case undermines Hobby Lobby

Just when we all were trying to understand the thinking of the U.S. Supreme Court in the case of Burwell v. Hobby Lobby, along comes Wheaton College v. Burwell and the Court undermines its own jurisprudence in the earlier case.

The unnecessary war between science and religion

The last two centuries have witnessed an ever-widening gulf, a war really, between science and religion. It’s very unproductive. Does it have to be this way?

Many scientists have declared that because of our scientific advances in understanding the age, composition and development of the universe, as well as evolution of all forms of life in it, we no longer need a deity to explain it all. Some say it succinctly: “God is dead.”

How and why the zebra got its stripes

My brother Thom always warns: “ Don’t believe everything you think.” He’s so right!

Take the question: “How and Why did the zebra get its stripes? Scientists, that is to say the kind of people who invent “theories” of so-called “evolution” and “global climate change,” offer contradictory “scientific” answers to what should be a simple question with a simple answer. Look at these four “scientific” explanations. Zebras have stripes, but why?

(1) To camouflage the animal when it walks in the the light and shadows of the woods, swamps and jungles.

Time to return to due process of law

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The Constitutional
imperative

Mark Twain said that the Classics, that is the Great Books, are those that everyone quotes or refers to, but almost no one actually reads, or really thinks about. Great Documents surely include the U.S. Constitution, the Declaration of Human Rights, the Geneva Conventions and the International Convention Against Torture. Practically no one reads these documents or thinks about what they might mean in practice, so they fit Twain’s definition rather well.

Time for us to return to the due process of law

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Closing down the dark sites

Time for us to return to due process of law

Part 1 of 2

The Constitutional
imperative

Mark Twain said that the Classics, that is the Great Books, are those that everyone quotes or refers to, but almost no one actually reads, or really thinks about. Great Documents surely include the U.S. Constitution, the Declaration of Human Rights, the Geneva Conventions and the International Convention Against Torture. Practically no one reads these documents or thinks about what they might mean in practice, so they fit Twain’s definition rather well.

Who is Frazier Glenn Miller Jr., alias Cross?

He’s the shooter who took the lives of three innocent people at the Jewish Community Center and parking lot in Overland Park, Kan., on Sunday, April 13.

But his real name is Frazier Glenn Miller Jr., not Glenn Cross. Miller was born in 1941 and is a former U.S. Army Green Beret who has shamed the uniform many of us have worn with pride. Miller was forced to retire from military service because of his subversive activities in the Ku Klux Klan and several white supremacy groups.

Who is Frazier Glenn Miller Jr., alias Cross?

He’s the shooter who took the lives of three innocent people at the Jewish Community Center and parking lot in Overland Park, Kan., on Sunday, April 13.

But his real name is Frazier Glenn Miller Jr., not Glenn Cross. Miller was born in 1941 and is a former U.S. Army Green Beret who has shamed the uniform many of us have worn with pride. Miller was forced to retire from military service because of his subversive activities in the Ku Klux Klan and several white supremacy groups.

U.S. education: Reforming the system Conclusion

Part 8 of 8

 

We won’t do much for U.S. education unless we recognize and take steps to neutralize an irresponsible privatization movement that is bent on defunding and destroying public school education in the USA. This destructive “Luddite” movement has its own reasons for being, and its own self-interests, but improving the education of all Americans is not one of them.

U.S. education: Reforming the system : Conclusion

Part 8 of 8

We won’t do much for U.S. education unless we recognize and take steps to neutralize an irresponsible privatization movement that is bent on defunding and destroying public school education in the USA. This destructive “Luddite” movement has its own reasons for being, and its own self-interests, but improving the education of all Americans is not one of them.