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The Magistrate's Conclusion

Last year, I was involved in an accident.

Ten months later, the case has been heard in the Magistrate’s Court.

A conviction was recorded for the following offences: 249 more words

Utilitarian Reasonings I

The ancient Epicureans’ contractarian ideas on justice have greatly influenced contemporary libertarianism, and conceptions of hedonic calculus–the comparative evaluation of the pleasure versus pain generated by our choices and avoidances–have been applied, sometimes in a manner that is not very artful, to public policy in attempts to demonstrate their relevance and usefulness. 1,030 more words

Politics

And justice for all... Y justicia para todos

Last night I left home because of a woman I have been helping, a¬†widow after 29 years of marriage, who turned 83 on the 8th of this month… and who is being evicted from her home of 30 years by her stepchildren, because of a living trust that does not recognize her rights as an elderly widow in a marriage of long duration. 1,101 more words

Solidarity

North American Liberation Theology: Race and Gender

I have struggled for the whole time I’ve been working on these Liberation Theology essays to make statements about race and gender. These are essential to an understanding of what Liberation Theology means, not just in North America, but anywhere. 1,306 more words

Faith

You'll Never Walk Alone.

It was William Ewart Gladstone, one of Queen Victoria’s prime ministers who said “Justice delayed is justice denied” , but I doubt if even he could imagine a wait of 25 years to see justice done. 849 more words

THOUGHT FOR THE DAY

May the inner peace in us transform into justice around us.

Thought For The Day

Give Adarsh building to war widows

No one favours corruption. The Bombay High Court on last Friday ordered demolition of the 31-storey scam-tainted Adarsh apartments in the heart of Mumbai and sought criminal proceedings against politicians and bureaucrats for “misuse” of powers, holding that the tower was illegally constructed. 243 more words

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