Monthly Archives: March 2012

Why I Tend To Be A “Socialist” (It has to do with Jesus…)

Well, let’s define “socialist” first—at least for the purpose of this short essay.  A socialist is someone who believes that the community at large, the community of citizens, should provide via the government for the needs of each and all. … Continue reading

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A response to the dilemma of abortion or You’re Nobody ‘Til Somebody Loves You

Let’s begin with a definition of the action. The abortion I’m writing about is the intentional ending of a pregnancy that to everyone’s knowledge is normal, that is, among other factors of normalcy there is no indication of birth defects … Continue reading

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