Monthly Archives: May 2015

Sometime faith demands protest rather than cooperation

One of the blights on our national life has been the treatment of Native American people by our government. One example occurred in 1838 when 4000 Cherokee died in a forced removal from their lands. This was part of the … Continue reading

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An alternative to the “war on poverty”

For many years, I have observed how the so called, “war on poverty” has served to help people in poverty to deal with their economic condition. It appears as if the result is that there are more poor people than … Continue reading

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