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Cruelty Vs. Caring in America

Many Americans consider hard-heartedness a virtue. They call making people suffer, ‘promoting individual responsibility’ and have managed to create a society of widespread misery in the midst of affluence. Millions of Americans don’t go along with the cult of cruelty, though. They are fighting for a society based on caring, Continue reading

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How One Good Deed Led To Six More

“There are two ways of spreading light: to be the candle or the mirror that reflects it.”  Edith Wharton Continue reading

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7 Reasons the US Can’t Deal With COVID-19

Isn’t this the same dynamic we have seen with the failure to address homelessness, gun violence, or climate change? If a problem is complicated and difficult, we don’t even try. Continue reading

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Corona Lockdown: Catastrophe and Blessing

The damage capitalism does can best be seen in the good things that happen when it grinds to a halt. Continue reading

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You Can Go Home Again

After 29 years, Marlon is going home. If he can figure out where and what home is. Prison “never felt like home. You have to be thinking, be aware of your surroundings and the people you are around at all … Continue reading

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