Monthly Archives: October 2011

Democrats Offer Significant Concessions — Center on Budget and Policy Priorities

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The budget crisis to reduce the deficit places our nation on the path of making some difficult but necessary decisions. We must evaluate our spending and revenues with the consideration of cutting the former and raising the latter. As traditionally expected Democrats tend to … Continue reading

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CNS STORY: Vatican document calls for global authority to regulate markets

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The Vatican has developing a position regarding the reform that it envisions for the global financial system and it has engaged a tremendous response from pundits and activist from both sides of the political spectrum. This vision has been articulated within … Continue reading

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The Politics of the Cross

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This past week I took my students on an historical journey of the Passion and death of Christ. Religious phrases like “Jesus died for our sins” at times suggest that Jesus himself came in pursuit of the cross and that … Continue reading

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The “Occupy Wall Street” movement: unpacking the idols of profit and wealth.

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On Friday the 7th of October I took a stroll down to Wall Street to see the “Occupy Wall Street” protest that had been going on for a couple weeks now. I was impressed with what I saw and taking my … Continue reading

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Transition and New Beginning

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I Just to let everyone know that for some time I have been out of the loop in my blogosphere as I have focused on my education and getting myself employed throughout the Spring and Summer.  I am happy to … Continue reading

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