Monthly Archives: May 2010

A Means to an End

It was 1975. In a classroom with about three dozen college freshman, a simple question was asked: do the means justify the ends? Morally, does achieving a result that is good allow an individual to do anything it takes to … Continue reading

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An Open Letter to Bill Maher

Dear Bill: From the years when you hosted a show on network TV, I’ve respected your commentary and insight. You’ve provided clear, objective critique of political issues and maintained a good sense of humor in the process. Your positions are … Continue reading

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May Day, Immigration, and Social Justice

As I read the news coverage over the weekend, I was struck by the attention given to May Day demonstrations throughout the United States.  May 1 is International Workers Day.  While May 1 doesn’t typically draw much attention in the … Continue reading

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