Daily Archives: July 25, 2018

A Plea to Progressives: Reject Russia Hysteria and Prioritize Social Justice

Originally posted on 34justice:
For well over a year-and-a-half now, prominent Democratic politicians and media figures have alleged that, in an unprecedented attack on democracy, “Russia hacked the election” in 2016 to install Vladimir Putin’s “puppet,” Donald Trump, into office.…

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Epoch Times Commentary: Trump Would Be Right to Revoke Security Clearances of Former Officials

Epoch Times Commentary: Trump Would Be Right to Revoke Security Clearances of Former Officials

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Donald Trump Is Right and Wrong about Trade with China

Originally posted on International Liberty:
President Trump is a protectionist. He doesn’t understand the principle of “comparative advantage.” And he’s wrong about the implications of a “trade deficit.” But that doesn’t mean everything he says about trade is wrong. He…

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Job Wars

Originally posted on Clarissa's Blog:
A Jewish doctor was fired on a suspicion that somebody who might be him posted comments on racist websites. He also had racists among his FB friends. I’ve been following Russian and more recently…

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Don’t Argue Like Those Who Have No Hope

Originally posted on Letter & Liturgy:
“Mansplain.” “Feminazi.” “Social Justice Warrior.” “Colonizer.” This is the argumentative vocabulary of the world, which has no hope of ultimate reconciliation, atonement, or New Creation. These are words designed to make people feel chained…

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“Men must endure their going hence”: The Idea of Death in C.S. Lewis’s “Out of the Silent Planet”: Guest Post by Levi Nunnink

Originally posted on A Pilgrim in Narnia:
Today I’d like to feature a reflection by podcaster Levi Nunnink. Aspiring artists Levi Nunnink and Rosalyn Lee host the Culturezoo podcast. Levi and Rosalyn will read a comic, watch a movie, or read…

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Review: The Gift of Asher Lev

Originally posted on Bob on Books:
The Gift of Asher Lev, Chaim Potok. New York: Ballantine Books, 1990. Summary: Asher Lev, exiled from a Brooklyn Hasidic community over a scandalous artwork portraying crucifixion, returns after twenty years with his family…

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