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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Networks are too much pro-war

Started by Joan Denoo. Last reply by Grinning Cat on Tuesday. 1 Reply

Enough is Enough! We have been in wars since WW II ended and they chew up lives and cultures as if they were raw meat in the middle of a pack of wolves. We could be a nation that teaches cooperation, teamwork, community action. Even our games are…Continue

Tags: teamwork, community, action., cooperation, cultures

Mike Pompeo DO NOT WANT

Started by Ruth Anthony-Gardner. Last reply by Bertold Brautigan Jan 5. 2 Replies

Pompeo Discussed Rapture at CIAMike Pompeo seems to be associated with right wing Christian Anti-Muslim extremism.As the Senate considers…Continue

Tags: Christian Fundamentalism, Mike Pompeo

"Nothing Matters?" Think Again (Ari Melber – MSNBC)

Started by Loren Miller. Last reply by Patricia Dec 27, 2018. 5 Replies

Donald Trump has attempted to make this the era of "nothing matters."  If shit happens, shrug it off and keep going, especially if it impacts someone else and not you, and keep leaning on those two words: NOTHING MATTERS.Well, that's not 100% right,…Continue

Tags: MSNBC, Ari Melber, nothing matters, Donald Trump

Global Tax on Fossil Fuel Needed

Started by Ruth Anthony-Gardner. Last reply by Bergen Woods Dec 10, 2018. 1 Reply

Ralph Regenvanu and Avinash Persaud make perfect sense, arguing that current climate risk insurance policy practices are immoral.It's time for those who caused…Continue

Tags: victimization, immorality, fossil fuel industry

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Comment by Patricia 2 hours ago

Bumpy ride.

Comment by Grinning Cat 2 hours ago

Donald Trump declaring before applauding legislators, 'THE STATE OF OUR UNION IS STRONG!' He's actually in the Russian Parliament, with a Russian flag barely visible to our left. (The tiny cartoonist in the margin remarks, 'And they're not tired of winning!')

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Comment by Grinning Cat 2 hours ago

Emergency vehicle suggesting an ambulance, labeled 'ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY - DIRECTOR: ANDREW WHEELER', with square wheels

Comment by Patricia on Tuesday

There ya go.

Comment by Grinning Cat on Tuesday

Alternative wall materials... Recycled Amazon boxes / Debate podium for Democratic presidential candidates [with mother and son passersby looking curiously at the 20 microphones lined up on top of the wall] / Books, articles, TV shows on the president [a wall of books with occasional TV screens; book titles include FASCISM, EXPERT, FEAR!, UNHINGED, FIRE / and / FURY (three volumes), YIKES!!, TRUMPOCRACY, YUGE!, and six volumes of EDITORIAL CARTOONS]

(as usual, click to enlarge)

Comment by Grinning Cat on Tuesday

Couple sitting at a table with coffee and newspapers: “We should just use our thoughts and prayers to protect our borders, like we use them to protect our schools.”

Comment by Patricia on Tuesday

No author was listed on the site I copied it from, but that seems to be the right one.

Comment by Joan Denoo on Tuesday

I'm trying to track down the author of the piece about "Why do liberals think Trump supporters are stupid?". This is what I found so far: 


Comment by Ruth Anthony-Gardner on Tuesday

Thanks for the linked article, Bertold.

But conservatives, both voters and party, believe and assert so much that is disconnected from reality that it’s painful to listen to. These people hold so many incorrect claims to be true that I fear for their personal safety and the safety of those who depend on them. Yet they manage to make a living, get married, garner approval and status in society, buy nice things, and get ahead.

It’s hard to think of a time in history when such a large group has been so privileged for so long in their ability to be completely and absurdly wrong about so many things and yet succeed. They have so much power and influence globally, and they are squandering it because they have no adherence to empirical reality.

As I see it the temporary success of absurdly-wrong conservatives is a symptom of fossil fuel civilization collapse. Fossil fuel industry corporations and the corrupt individuals feeding from them are parasites, fattening by sucking the planet and future dry. These interests found fundamentalist and racist communities easily manipulated tools for their oligarchic takeover. How else could we be induced into collective ecocide without unmooring from reality?

Comment by Tom Sarbeck on Tuesday

Who is Trump leading?

About 40 years ago a sociologist reported that:

- about 16% of Americans are ‘hard’ authoritarians, and

- about 16% are ‘soft’ authoritarians.

Often through the years since then, I’ve seen conservative policies supported by at least 33% of Americans.


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