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Religious Freedom and Social Contracts Old and New

April 8, 2015

At the founding of the USA the concept of Religious Freedom as used in the US Constitution was clear and focussed. In contrast to European countries with Established Churches and stipulations such as ‘No Catholic […]

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I Have A Dream

August 27, 2013

I say to you today, my friends, that in spite of the difficulties and frustrations of the moment, I still have a dream. It is a dream deeply rooted in the American dream. I have […]

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The Language of Freedom

February 6, 2013

Word of the Day: “homogrifying” adj; colloq. [1] the act of encouraging queer people to live an open life; possibly a merger of ‘homosexual’ and ‘gratifying’. Ex: “moving to NYC has been a homogrifying experience” […]

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Real Balance in the Budget

February 17, 2011

TO: Members of Congress and The President of the United States As the fight over the federal budget starts to heat up, it is important that decisions about what programs should be funded and what […]

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Labels

June 25, 2010

Coming out of a discussion on labels- of the political kind. I am a Progressive, I am a Liberal. Neither label is 100% accurate; I disagree with some views held by others who claim those […]

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Drag History Month

January 1, 2010

Between Hallmark and various national disease-based organizations it’s hard to think of a group or condition that doesn’t already have an official (or unofficial) Day, Week or Month. One of the newest such celebrations is […]