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THE STATE OF OUR NATION’S SOCIAL FABRIC IN 2019 — PART 2

In THE STATE OF OUR NATION’S SOCIAL FABRIC IN 2019 — PART 1, we examined the meaning of an expression, the “social fabric”. Now we will consider the events of 2019 and evaluate whether they either helped to heal or further … Continue reading

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THE SUPREME COURT AND THE TUG-OF-WAR OVER SOCIAL JUSTICE

What is the difference between “social justice” and justice? The difference is what is meant by equality. Plain justice is impartial, that is, blind. The focus here is upon learning about the facts related to a case and resolving that … Continue reading

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