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What is justice? How did things get to be the way they are? Where do we go from here? Community and individuality, civilization and law, politics and tradition, reason and science, ritual and freedom, mercy and making a difference -- these are the issues that will determine our future.
Lately, there's been a bunch on here about writing, blogging, family, and marriage.
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Tag Archives: education
What If We Really Cared ?
What if we took to heart the Great Commandments and truly cared for other people, especially the widows, the orphans, the sick, and the prisoners? What would that look like? What if for-profit insurance had never been allowed for health care? Would … Continue reading
Posted in Philosophy, Rants and Raves, Religion Tagged caring, community, education, food, health care, Life, shelter 4 Comments
I Passed the Notary Law Institute Class and Exam
Earlier tonight, I completed the online class in Notary Public Education from the Notary Law Institute and passed their exam with a 100% score. While this is certainly not the toughest class I have ever taken, it did provide loads … Continue reading
Posted in Notary Public Tagged Class, Course, education, Exam, membership, Notary law, Notary Law Institute, notary public education Leave a comment
What The Right Gets Wrong on Poverty
The so-called War on Poverty has been going on for decades and we have more poor people than ever. So, asking what can be done about the poor is a valid question. I have noticed that reactionaries (who call themselves … Continue reading
Posted in Independent Business, Politics, Rants and Raves, Religion Tagged conservative, education, financial literacy, jobs, poverty, reactionary, regulation Leave a comment
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