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The values we need to overcome COVID-19 (and most other problems)

It isn’t hard to see that our government, our society, and our culture are being judged by the pandemic and the panic it has created. (And it seems likely that the verdict will be condemning.) Actually, all of these things … Continue reading

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What if? Part 3

By Nathan Barton In August, I had a two-part commentary featuring a “what-if” scenario for the near future, then talking about preparing for such things. With the election nearing its end (the casting of votes by the Electoral College on … Continue reading

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Wake up, people!

By Nathan Barton Wake up to the real world, people! L. Neil Smith, the SF writer, is one of those who has, and although his language sounds inflammatory and harsh, I think he is coming down about right.  Read his … Continue reading

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