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Choose your battles wisely

In the past Christianity has had a strong influence on American culture.  That influence has grown much weaker and that fact is reflected in our laws. 611 more words


Bread – Sameness

Readings for Friday, January 30, 2015, designated by the 1979 Book of Common Prayer: Isa. 50:1-11; Gal. 3:15-22; Mark 6:47-56; Psalms 40,51,54


The new tolerance standard would require all to be the same. 1,124 more words

A rooftop interview and some hard talk: Shahana Sheikh on NDTV India, again!

In the lead up to the Delhi polls, only a little over a week ahead, Ravish Kumar of NDTV pursues his agenda to decode the complex policy tangle around… 268 more words


My Tribe Is NOT Zambia: Erasure, tribalism and the challenge of national cohesion

E. Munshya, LLB, M.Div.

To help fight the scourge of tribalism in Zambia, some of our people are buying into several slogans in the hope that these slogans will help build some national cohesion. 1,212 more words

Zambian Politics

Portugal Offers Citizenship to Descendants of Expelled Jews

Portugal approved this week new rules for granting citizenship to descendants of the nation’s Sephardic Jewish community. The landmark move was first proposed two years ago, but had stalled in the absence of cabinet approval. 150 more words

Symbols of The USA--The Bald Eagle

Symbols of The USA-The Bald Eagle

Objective: Help children understand the Bald Eagle is one of the Symbols of the United States of America.

Preparation:        366 more words


Autonomy: An Ideological Link Between Democratic Equality and Localism

America’s schools are one of the first places where we learn to become citizens. It is the place where we go to learn about our history, our values, and how we will contribute to the common good. 1,059 more words