Tag Archives: social sciences

False Division between Sacred and Secular

By no means would I pretend to tell you how to vote in any election. In fact, I generally discourage folks from voting. God controls the outcome, and nothing any human does will change His plans. But feel free to … Continue reading

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Only When They Feel the Heat

As long as people don’t get burned, they aren’t going to change anything that really matters. This is why privacy advocates will remain voices in the wilderness. The Big Tech privacy rapists have figured out how to remove the immediacy … Continue reading

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The Current Path of the US

This is not about left and right. A genuine right-wing policy, for example, would practically dismantle our current federal government. Even Republicans are pushing for what amounts to socialism in substance, if not in name. Republicans aim for government support … Continue reading

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Reprise: Western Political-Economic Theory

Just to ensure clarity, I’ll get a little more didactic in this post. The image is nothing more than a summary of the political and economic theories common in the West. Steal a copy of it; click on it to … Continue reading

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We Are Babylon

Tomorrow’s election will change nothing. Just a reminder, the issue behind whatever folks mean by the word “racism” isn’t really a matter of DNA. Whatever human hostility is there arises from cultural differences. The differences in daily expectations we all … Continue reading

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Strap in Tight

Over the past few days I’ve been watching the turmoil in the mainstream Q support group. Losing their virtual gathering space at Reddit was quite a blow. The folks who managed that space tried moving to Voat, a similar service. … Continue reading

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Social Patience

Biblical Law is its own reward. It puts you in tune with Creation, which changes everything. Even better is how it creates a moral aura around your life that people notice. One of the greatest gifts from God is when … Continue reading

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