Tag Archives: Republicans

RESIST, YES—BUT RESIST WHOM?

In the terrifying Alice-in-Wonderland days of a new President with little understanding of the Constitution and no respect for principles of social justice, the slogan RESIST has gone viral, as well it should. The big questions are: RESIST WHOM? RESIST … Continue reading

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Your father taught you WHAT? Part 1.

  By Kathie Malley-Morrison In its inaugural issues, Engaging Peace introduced the work of cognitive political psychologist, George Lakoff—particularly his work on political conservatism and liberalism.  Our presentation of his theory included posts on Why We Fight, Countering the Ubiquitous … Continue reading

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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

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