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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Children, gathered from parents have deplorable conditions.

Started by Joan Denoo 41 minutes ago. 0 Replies

Concentration camp defined: a place where large numbers of people, especially political prisoners or members of persecuted minorities, are deliberately imprisoned in a relatively small area with inadequate facilities.Continue

The Investigation - A Search for the Truth in Ten Acts

Started by Loren Miller. Last reply by Tom Sarbeck 8 hours ago. 1 Reply

Haven't read the Mueller report yet? Yeah, me either, though I did download the PDF and glanced at the first couple pages. Stuff like that winds up being rather dry and impersonal in that format. However, put it on a stage with actors, inter-cut…Continue

Tags: report, Robert Mueller, impeachment, Donald Trump, The Investigation

Lies and Self-Contradictions "prove" Honesty

Started by Ruth Anthony-Gardner. Last reply by Joan Denoo Jun 9. 1 Reply

Biden sounds like Trump Lite.Biden went from voting for the Defense of Marriage Act in 1996 to defending gay rights in 2012. He supported the invasion in Iraq, then called it a mistake. He initially (in 1973) said he believed Roe v. Wade was wrongly…Continue

Tags: self-contradictions, lies, Joe Biden

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Comment by Ruth Anthony-Gardner on May 27, 2019 at 6:15pm

I've seen it, thanks Chris. I too appreciate your information, Cane. I'd recently heard congressional-military-complex and thought the author was updating Eisenhower's phrase. At the time, I had only been aware of the phrase he'd used in his last presidential speech.

Comment by Chris on May 27, 2019 at 7:30am
Comment by Tom Sarbeck on May 27, 2019 at 12:39am

Cane, thanks for pointing out Eisenhower’s original phrasing.

His term, congressional-military-industrial complex, from which he dropped the word congressional so it wouldn’t anger the members of Congress, described his time. It predicted our time.

I understand that during the 1960s, the war industries assured themselves of future Congressional funding by distributing themselves throughout the states.

I fear that bloated war budgets are as certain as the federal debt that will in time anger our offspring.

Comment by Joan Denoo on May 26, 2019 at 9:02pm

As you know, I was active in the Civil Rights struggles in 1967-8. While living in Washington, D.C. Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated as was Robert Kennedy. This is a photo of Anacostia, VA of the riot following King's assassination and where I was teaching on that day. It was terrifying. 

I was in my classroom with a room full of students. We heard the riot growing and getting closer. Sirens blared, and a few gunshots scared me to the core. Four black men hurled open the door, physically picked me up, and carried me to my car. They put a vehicle ahead, behind, and on both sides of my car and escorted me through the smoke to the bridge that took me to WA, DC. As I drove home through the monuments, I looked over my shoulder and saw the flames of the riot. The Capital building was a silhouette with fire and smoke behind. It would look beautiful if the cause were not so tragic. 

Watch this video from, "Everything was on fire: remembering the DC riots 50 years later/slides." 


Comment by Cane Kostovski on May 26, 2019 at 8:49pm

I am in the middle of watching the Joe Rogan Experience with Tulsi Gabbard youtube video which is 2.5 hours long AND what Tulsi taught me was that President Eisenhower coined the term "Congressional Military-Industrial Complex" and in his last speech as President, he took the word Congressional out of his speech.

It's high time we call the kettle black. Progressives use the term "Military-Industrial Complex" continually BUT THEY SHOULD CALL IT THE CONGRESSIONAL MILITARY-INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX!!!!!!!

Comment by Donald L. Engel on May 26, 2019 at 6:39pm

Ruth, They are at the top.  I guess they are the most fit.  Do you want to be rich?  If you are fit enough mentally, you can do it.  My step father, and my uncle had a bet on who could be a millionaire first.  I don't know who was first, but they both became millionaires.  (And, they did it honestly.)  What is your idea of  a "just social structure"?

Comment by Ruth Anthony-Gardner on May 26, 2019 at 6:06pm

Donald, it may be true that "... the leaders have, and the rest don't.  That's the nature of life."  But I don't agree that "It's the modern variation of 'Survival of the fittest'." It's hierarchical society, and those at the top are not more fit or more deserving. Might doesn't make right, even though it buys preachers and media to claim so. In fact, this unjust social structure is destroying the planet and will be the death of us all. Unless we reinvent society as egalitarian and sustainable.

Comment by Patricia on May 26, 2019 at 2:25pm

All I can say here is.....all you US citizens.....get out & vote!

Comment by Joan Denoo on May 26, 2019 at 2:03pm

"We can't let 'America First' become 'America Alone'"

Comment by Donald L. Engel on May 26, 2019 at 11:15am

Tom, your last question pretty much says it all.  "When was it not so?"  I don't care what nation you go to in this world throughout history, the leaders have, and the rest don't.  That's the nature of life. It's the modern variation of "Survival of the fittest".


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