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War, Peace and a Civilization of Love

Yesterday was Veteran’s Day. In my country, it’s a time to remember folks who have served in America’s military. Today I’ll talk about why countries have military forces, and why I think it’s a good idea. Even though I don’t … Continue reading

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Independence Day: America and Acting Like Love Matters

(From Balon Greyjoy, via Wikimedia Commons, used w/o permission.)(Prometheus sculpture for Rockefeller Center’s lower plaza. (Paul Manship, 1934)) It’s been 246 years since a bunch of disgruntled colonists decided that they’d had enough of transatlantic micromanagement. There’s more behind the … Continue reading

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Memorial Day Weekend 2020

Memorial Day is when we honor those who died while serving in this nation’s military. Or it’s the unofficial first day of summer. Both Memorial Day perspectives have their traditions. This year, we’re trying to deal with a pandemic while … Continue reading

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