Monthly Archives: December 2010

SACRIFICE FOR THE SICK

It is a principle of community that each watch out for the other as much as possible—for reasons of safety, childrearing, role modeling, and stability.  Oftentimes, people do not want to get involved in the neighborhood, for a focus on … Continue reading

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TAX CUTS, PHILANTHROPY, & SOCIAL CHANGE

Extending the tax cuts for the wealthiest in the United States was an unnecessary concession of the Obama Administration, which is concluding a very disappointing second year in the executive office.  These acquiescences on the part of Pres. Obama to … Continue reading

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