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Whose Side is “God, god, gods, g _ d,” _ _ _ on? A Reprise and More

by Anthony J. Marsella, Ph.D. Preface 17 Oct 2016 – This paper is an expanded version of a paper first published in Transcend Media Service (TMS) on January 7, 2013, under a similar title. The focus of the first paper … Continue reading

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MESSAGE FROM A TERRORIST

By Guest Author Tom Greening We knew we could count on you to continue our mission for us. We destroyed your World Trade Center but that was only a dramatic means to a greater end. We knew you rich and industrious … Continue reading

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Simply incompatible with American principles

“Torture is counterproductive to keeping America safe and it doesn’t matter if we do it or if we pass it off to another government. The result is the same. And morally, I believe, there is an even stronger argument. Torture is simply incompatible with American principles.” (Alexander, 2008)

The ticking time bomb scenario… Continue reading

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Remembering September 11, 2001

September 11 is a day that needs to be remembered and reflected on for many reasons: The tragic loss of life to several thousand innocent people. The reminder that violent assault on any one individual reverberates through a family, a … Continue reading

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