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By guest contributor Emmanuel C. Mbaezue Though intertwined with many beliefs and purposes, religious fundamentalists and extremists depart significantly from each other in their basic operations. Typically, it is the fundamentalist who creates the vision of the group and their religious … Continue reading
Considering the level of violence in our world today, it’s easy to succumb to feelings of anxiety, apathy, depression, or hopelessness. This is especially so because the military-industrial complex, war profiteers, hate-mongers, fear-promoters, bigots, NRA bosses, and various extremists have … Continue reading
By guest author Dr. Mike Corgan All our legal and moral strictures about ethics and laws in war presume that war is, in a Clausewitzian sense, a state to state activity. Both Scott Shane and Tom Junod do not fully … Continue reading