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Voter Suppression: A California Reality

Voter Suppression: A California Reality

In this era of extreme partisan divide, it is rare to find any philosophical commonality. The good news is that there is ONE topic of concern to all sides: VOTER SUPPRESSION. While there is no universal agreement on everything that constitutes voter suppression, it is certainly one of the few topics we can still discuss and […]

Transforming Anger

Transforming Anger

  By Rafael Stoneman The righteous anger demonstrated by Jesus when he threw the money changers out of the temple is not quite the kind of anger I am describing in this article. It is a stretch to imagine our own anger as righteous and can be a way of deceiving ourselves so as not […]

Anger’s Outfall

Anger’s Outfall

  . By Phil Erwin I was engaging in a bit of “finger-debate” (via e-mail) with a couple of politically-savvy folk who were – Pardon! – letting their anger-slip show. The topic was nominally the state of the Republican Primary field, and of those in it; but the real undercurrent of the discussion, I realized, […]

Ferguson And The Search For Truth

Ferguson And The Search For Truth