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Tag Archives: justice
9/11. It’s that time of year again. The amount of attention given to the events of 2001 is declining, but a few voices still exhort us: “Remember 9/11!” There are some memorable questions here: WHAT should we remember? Or perhaps, … Continue reading
Reflections on Government Change, Reform, Renewal: Suggested Topics for Discussion, Dialog, and Debate, Part 2
by Guest Author Anthony J. Marsella, Ph.D., March 17, 2016 Demoralized from the broken myths I discussed in my last post, I decided to accept my friend’s challenge. Some recommendations for changes that I feel are needed, and justified, … Continue reading
In my view, a truly patriotic American is an activist dedicated to the goals outlined in the Preamble of our Constitution. This entails the effort to “form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the … Continue reading
By Dr. Majed Ashy, Guest Author Terrorism emerges in environments that feed it. Such environments provide intellectual, financial, and personnel support and supplies. The main intellectual supply comes from a few branches of Islam in which some members are … Continue reading