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Reflections on Immigration as a Moral Issue

I have just returned from several weeks in Europe (lucky me, I know).  Not surprising to anyone who reads the international news or understands power dynamics of Haves and Have-Nots, concerns about fair and unfair practices regarding immigration policy and … Continue reading

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I Shot the Sherriff: On Killing the Buddha

I was born in 1967, which makes me a little too young to claim the oldie but goodie, “I Shot the Sherriff,” made popular by Bob Marley in 1973 and by Eric Clapton in 1974.  However, my beloved brother is … Continue reading

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