Apr 10, 2010

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Whither Tolerance?

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Where is tolerance for Christians headed in the U.S.? You have
only to look at where it is in Great Britain to answer.
Paul Coleman from the Christian Legal Centre
(www.christianlegalcentre.co.uk) returns with news of the case
against a Christian nurse, who has been refused the right to wear a
cross when at the same time Muslim women are allowed to wear head
covering.

As the energy storm approaches, are we really opening more oil
fields to exploration? Patrick Creighton
(www.instituteforenergyresearch.org) climbs on board from the
Institute for Energy Research to frame exactly where we stand.

More sneaky-snucky items emerged this last week: taxes taxes
everywhere. Oh my. Former Federal Reserve chairman Paul Volker
mentioned a VAT (tax) this week and says America needs it. Now
where have we heard that before? Plus, under the table, the global
crowd is grumbling for a global tax on financial transactions.
Cliff Kincaid from Accuracy in Media (www.aim.org) slides into the
hot seat with a report.

The World Bank is one of five institutions created at the Bretton
Woods Conference in 1944 and many doubt its worth as a clandestine
global institution. David Shaman is
author of the book, “The World Bank Unveiled,” and he makes a case
for retaining the institution.

John devotes his boralogue to explaining what we mean by “doing the
(dialectical) process”. How do you recognize it when you see it?
The key is to spot compromise, dialogue and double definitions.

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