Politics, Economics, and Religion

Religion has so many connections to political and economic beliefs, there needs to be a place to identify linkages, problems, goals, options, action plans and evaluation criteria.  

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  • Plinius

    Would be as boring as the hours I spent in my parents' fundie protestant chuch. The one thing I learnt there was telling myself stories, writing poetry etc. while looking like someone who enjoys the sermon...

  • Joan Denoo

  • Joan Denoo

    Howard Zinn's words ring as true today as in 1970. We need the citizens of the world to unite. Do you remember the Workers of the World Unite? I wonder if that group is still alive? Perhaps it time ... no, it is past time to breath life into the Workers of the World. Those who benefit by Laissez faire capitalism, call those who disagree with them "Communists" "Pinkos", "Commies", "Liberals", "Socialists", "Reds",  "Leftists", "Nazis" and "Fascists".

    Put any label you want to on people who work hard, pay their taxes, treat others fairly, pay attention to what happens when wealth is concentrated at the top one %. I, proudly, claim to be a worthy citizen of the w orld with concerns for all workers who support families and participate in communities as good members of society.