Daily Archives: December 25, 2011

God’s Top Ten Conflict Tips aka Conflict Commandments

Well seasonally, I thought it appropriate to help make the New Year more peaceful with some advice from the Christian God. Please tell me if I have missed one of your favorites, or post some from another religion: Killing: ‘Though … Continue reading

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Beyond ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’: Milestone Photo and a Related Reflection from Field Marshall Bill Slim

Now that my friends in the US military have moved beyond Leviticus, and abolished the shameful ‘Don’t ask, don’t tell policy’, that cost it the service of many brave men and women, I thought this image a suitable way to commemorate the … Continue reading

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A More Equal Christmas to All Our Readers: Occupy the Future!

I can’t think of a better article to post on Christmas Day than this piece via 3 Quarks Daily from Nobel Prize winning economist Kenneth Arrow.  Economics and Inequality Kenneth Arrow This article is part of Occupy the Future, a forum … Continue reading

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