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When the rich said ‘no’ to getting richer

Check out this piece on when the rich understood the “common good” and contributed to it with taxes that left them well off but also greatly helped our public infrastructure and resources . Click here

Responding to Nazis: Make Fun of them

In the wake of Charlottesville, have a look at how Germans respond to Nazis: make fun, not war. Click here. 

The poor and middle were doing better–now the very rich are

staggering, saddening charts on the growth of income inequality in the world’s richest nation. Click here

How to make friends across faiths…from across the faiths-you gotta see this

the videomakers went around the world to make this series of videos on friendship and combating prejudice across faiths; click here

A Tale of Two Covenants: populism–its history and present impact

this piece just out on populism–it’s history and traditions that are having such influence on the present. Click here  

the nation and planet’s future–politics aside, no, really

a provocative assessment of the world we’re leaving for our (grand)children. Politics aside, what should people of all political and religious stripes could be doing about it. Click here

Macron v. Le Pen: Both Ineffectual Solutions of the Past

Here’s my piece on Emmanuel Macron’s win over Marine Le Pen in the May 2017 French presidential election. Macron’s approach yields Le Pen’s–and both are moribund. Click here

Asymmetric Warfare: The First Three Thousand Years

With an eye on Syria, Afghanistan, North Korea, and other longstanding and not-so-long conflict zones, have a look at my piece on warfare ethics that might guide us better. Click here

Trumped-up Solutions: Why is Trump appealing and what can we expect now?

Trump is not an exception in US politics; he’s absolutely traditional. Check this out, about Trump’s appeal to so many Americans–the full talk and short segments for on-the-go. Click here

Christian Covenant: Why do we need all this God-talk? (Conversation 21)

Conversation 21 in my series on relationality and public policy is live: Christian Covenant: Why do we need all this God-talk? Click here. It also includes the discussion: Loving oneself, loving others–a zero-sum game? For the complete series, click here 

Most Believe Science in Conflict with Religion—Except Their Own

Check out these findings on American’s perceptions of conflict between science and religion. Click here

Most Americans favor raising taxes on the wealthy–new findings

Check out these new findings that a majority of Americans favor raising taxes on the wealthy–not cutting them, as the present Congress proposes. Click here

Conversation 21 in my series on relationality and public policy is live!

Have a look at the latest discussion in my series on relationality as a framework for economic and political policy. Topics include covenant in the Christian tradition and why do we need God talk for ethics and morality? To view all 21 conversations, click here

Who is Trump really helping (3)

Trump promised to help us ordinary Americans. Given ties between Trump’s son-in-law and Chinese business, who is Trump really helping? Click here

Who is Trump really helping (2)

Trump promised to help us ordinary Americans. Given his approach to trade , who is he really helping? Click here

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