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Double Trouble. A Tale of Two Republics: Eugenics, Genetics and History Repeating

Double Trouble. A Tale of Two Republics: Eugenics, Genetics and History Repeating “Love is patient, love is kind, …. It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres. Love never fails.” I Corinthians 13: 4- 8  Love that hides or … Continue reading

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Radicals, Progressives, Liberals: “In Love with Change”

Radicals, Progressives, Liberals: “In Love with Change” In a previous post, “Conservatives, conserving the constancies: What are they?”, we examined some principles common to many folks who would identify themselves as “social conservatives.” While there are gray areas, it often … Continue reading

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Cut and Paste, The Curate’s Awakening, and The Nature of “Work”

Cut and Paste, The Curate’s Awakening, and The Nature of “Work” “We are trying to make, not the Ten Commandments, But humanitarianism work—and it is not working.” The utilitarian energumen, with his emphasis on “outer working,” moves further and further … Continue reading

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