Monthly Archives: January 2013

Why the Filibuster has to be Changed.

History of the Filibuster.  The filibuster has a long and proud history in the United States Senate and, historically, is part of what once made the Senate the “greatest deliberative body in the world.”  Most of us first got to … Continue reading

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On Biblical Literalism (and its Public Policy Consequences)

Introduction Have you ever noticed that there has never been a massacre between atheists and agnostics. And no pantheist has ever gunned down a pandeist because of a theological dispute. That kind of behavior is reserved for people of religious … Continue reading

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