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Monthly Archive for November, 2014

Separation of church and state, and freedom of religion. Are they compatible? I argue that it is not possible to shield everyone from exposure all the opinions and feelings in a diverse society. As such, I further contend that it is not the intent of the founding fathers, through the instrumentality of the U.S. Constitution to […]

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(Edited November 28th, 2014)  George Washington was our first President.  Of course you knew that.  I do suspect however, that very few of us know that he could have been our King.  That is an incredible thing to consider.  Not only because we are now a representative republic (though we are often falsely labeled a […]

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(Edited November 19th, 2014) There was a time when pornography was widely rejected and almost universally regarded as inappropriate fare for child and adult.  As time marches on our society descends deeper into the abyss of immorality. Is there a correlation between the rise of sex crimes, sexual abuse of children, divorce, the spread of sexually […]

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(Edited November 11th,  2015) Today we observe the annual Veterans Day holiday.  I share a very personal experience here but first lets get a few facts out in front of us. The Veterans Administration reports that on any given night, approximately 300,000 veterans are homeless.  300 thousand!  That is roughly three-fifths (60%), of the entire Regular […]

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