Politics, Economics, and Religion


Politics, Economics, and Religion

Religion has so many connections to political and economic beliefs, there needs to be a place to identify linkages, problems, goals, options, action plans and evaluation criteria.  

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What is the purpose of life?

An eternal question, what is the purpose of life?, occupied philosophers’ thoughts throughout history. Stone pictographs reveal even primitive peoples reflected on this query. Each one has the capacity to define his or her personal thinking about politics, economics and religion.

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Democratic National Committee Recognizes Value of "Religiously Unaffiliated Demographic"

Started by Loren Miller. Last reply by Loren Miller Sep 4. 2 Replies

It started back in 2009, when Barack Obama made open mention of non-believers in his first inaugural address.  It got better with the establishment of the Congressional Freethought Caucus.  And now, the Democratic National Committee has issued a…Continue

Tags: resolution, Religiously Unaffiliated Demographic, DNC, Democratic National Committee

ALEC ties to White Supremacy and religious extremism

Started by Ruth Anthony-Gardner. Last reply by Ruth Anthony-Gardner Aug 20. 7 Replies

ALEC,or the American Legislative Exchange Council, pushes conservative legislation, and nearly a quarter of state legislators are members. Their model bills often "amount to wish lists for special interests." "Bills based on ALEC models were…Continue

Tags: religious extremism, White Supremacy, American Legislative Exchange Council

Democracy Tipping Point Passed

Started by Ruth Anthony-Gardner. Last reply by Grinning Cat Aug 12. 13 Replies

... Lindsey Graham recently asserted that AOC and the rest of the “Squad” are communists.…Continue

Tags: Mitch McConnell, GOP encourages Russian election takeover

Read the President*'s (and others') deleted tweets

Started by Grinning Cat. Last reply by Meri Weathers Jul 13. 2 Replies

In another instance of "the internet is forever", ProPublica has been hosting the Politwoops project that tracks politicians' deleted tweets,…Continue

Tags: politicians, public statements, archived, deleted, tweets

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Comment by Joan Denoo on Thursday

Freedom is not given, it is earned! I am proud of this woman from North Carolina demanding to be heard!
To have freedom, one must STOP, THINK, ACT!
It requires thinking critically, being aware, forming coalitions, acting effectively, and paying attention to outcomes.
North Carolina State Representative Deb Butler, you make history!

Comment by Tom Sarbeck on September 5, 2019 at 2:32pm

Regardless of the view of phil h, until we do away with SCOTUS or sufficiently intimidate the GOP, Part 2 of the Second Amendment denies government the power to infringe the right of the people to keep and bear arms.

The Court’s Heller ruling:

1) protects a right to keep and bear arms unconnected with service in a militia, and

2) identifies several kinds of weapons the people may not lawfully keep and bear.

A search on “scotus heller text” and some winnowing will reveal the relevant part of the Court’s ruling.

Comment by Loren Miller on September 5, 2019 at 1:36pm

And regarding the whole gun control issue:

Comment by Grinning Cat on September 5, 2019 at 12:38pm

Back to school, and back to our irregularly scheduled political cartoons: (as usual, click to enlarge)

Back to School (a classroom, with five kids in front, teaching Uncle Sam who's stuffed into a kid's desk/chair; on the chalkboard: 'More access to guns = more gun violence' and 'Climate change is strengthening hurricanes')

Comment by Grinning Cat on August 5, 2019 at 11:11am

Another question about a Resource-Based Economy: for limited and rare goods and services like fine handmade violins or paintings, or lessons from a world-renowned master, what's an alternative to "the ones with the most money win" for deciding who gets them?

And there are historical artifacts; some people derive a great deal of pleasure from having the original items. There aren't enough original Mona Lisas (some Doctor Who stories notwithstanding) or Stradivarius violins for everyone who wants one.

Comment by Chris on July 19, 2019 at 9:46pm

The guy Jon Crowder  who broke both elbows as I understand it received $30 K.

That wouldn't have paid for his hospital bills.  More than likely the gentleman who had both elbows broken likely will suffer pain his entire life and likely would not be able to use his arms effectively again.

Jon Crowder based on the two previous videos should be in prison for the rest of his life.

Is Crowder a meth head?

Comment by Chris on July 19, 2019 at 9:40pm

More on Jon Crowder.

Comment by Chris on July 19, 2019 at 9:21pm

Watch this police video.  You can hear both the capured persons elbows breaking.

Regarding Eric Gardner the policman who put him in a choke hold broke his hyoid bone.

I don't believe the Asthma claim from the ME.

Comment by Cane Kostovski on July 14, 2019 at 8:18pm

Donald, unsavory jobs will be mostly done by robots. Even if the robots need people to guide them, the people can be in air conditioned cars/campers. You forgot to mention sanitation workers who smell sewage all day. As a group of mechanical engineers teamed with computer programmers and other needed members that care about the plight of the sanitation workers would work hard not for money, but to make relieve the sanitation worker from the worst of his/her job. Also, you seem to NOT be aware of the scientific study that was done to prove that a raise in pay equaled a raise in productivity. It was NOT money that raised productivity, but a satisfaction of a job well done. I hear you and feel you may be right, but hope beyond all hope that you are not 100% right.

About communism, the communists used money as an incentive and science proved that doesn't work. In RBE, there is NO money to be had. It doesn't work that way. Look at the opensource software developers. They do most of their work for free or very little money. They do it for the satisfaction of doing a job well done. And guess what, they number in the millions. And that is just software.

To paraphrase you: Donald, you are only thinking of the hard, smelly jobs.

Comment by Donald L. Engel on July 14, 2019 at 7:45pm

Cane,  You're only thinking of nice, easy, jobs in a comfortable setting.  I was in town yesterday, and they were working in the hot sun paving the road after they dug it up for the gas line.  Further down the road they were tearing up the road to add to the gas line.  They were not comfortable by any stretch of the imagination,  Do you think they would have been there working in the hot sun if they could have gone down to the distribution center for some free food and a cold beer?  There are a lot of jobs that people work at that the only reason they're doing that work is because it pays more than the average job.  If people can get free food, they will not work at those jobs.  I cannot tell you what literature I read, but one article mentioned about the East European countries that got out from under the yoke of communism.  One of the people that was quoted said that the economy was sluggish because they got paid no matter how hard they worked, so they didn't work that hard, and nothing got done.




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