Tag Archives: moral doctrine

STILL UNDECIDED?

  Tomorrow is Election Day. So, here I am wondering who has yet to vote and how I might influence a few votes. Who do I think has yet to vote? Traditionalists who insist upon voting on Election Day. People … Continue reading

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ARE YOU A TRUE PATRIOT?

Is the election over in Prince William County, Virginia? To size things up I visited the Virginia Public Access Project (vpap.org). About 57 percent of all registered voters have voted (See Early Voting in Prince William County (vpap.org)). That’s extraordinary, … Continue reading

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CAN PROGRESSIVISM BE AIMLESS AND STILL REPRESENT PROGRESS?

Cultures can seemingly change overnight, but I think the more significant changes — those based upon heartfelt beliefs — require decades.  So it is I have spent considerable time in recent years reading old books. I want to understand how … Continue reading

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