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Striving For The Goal Ostensibly, as a fanatic, Right-Wing Christian, I wrote this post to deride the supposed benefits of a secular education. However, I doubt the wisdom of making fun of the beliefs of others. Moreover, I have observed … Continue reading
We are too often full of ourselves, making big fusses about small things — forgetting what matters. Therefore, in my last post the discussion got sidetracked. Yet we can still use that discussion to make the larger point. In a comment … Continue reading
Recently, The American Post-Standard provided one of the posts on this blog, “The Morality of Government,” the courtesy of a link. In We Must Fight the Devil with Fire, phadde2 recalls how I answered a question with a question. In the comment section of Citizen Tom’s … Continue reading
The Lost Debate Politics and Religion… Lost Subjects in America by Ask Marion offers an interesting theory as to why politics and religion are lost subjects in America. Admittedly, it’s a conspiracy theory, but the conspiracy is not particularly well hidden. Is there a conspiracy? … Continue reading