Archive | July 23, 2013

Today’s reading



Four of Stones

A newborn fawn shelters beneath a dolmen as the midsummer dawn rises, bringing hope and renewed vitality to the vulnerable. Shelter and protection for the weak or the spiritually wounded is the responsibility of us all.

Nurturing parental care. A roof over one’s head. A period of stability. Time to foster your tender heart.

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The New Constitution: Amendment III – freedom of religion, separation of church and state

Progressive Culture | Scholars & Rogues

The New Constitution

Amendment III

The government of the people shall be expressly secular. Congress will make no law respecting an establishment of religion or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; nor shall any individual, religious or quasi-religious entity or collective engage or seek to influence the course of legislation or policy in accordance with theological creed.


It seems more than evident that the original Bill of Rights intended to establish a secular government that assured the free practice of religion. However, through the years their failure to articulate the wall between church and state more clearly has resulted in a system where not only is advocacy of Judeo-Christianity a near-de facto requisite for election to public office, officials are increasingly bold in their promotion of overtly theologically driven policy.

Amendment III reiterates the original framers’ assurance of the freedom of conscience, while also safeguarding government from the corrosive influence of…

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People are stupid

Progressive Culture | Scholars & Rogues

They are you know, and that’s not just me foot-stomping and getting mad at the car in front of me who just sat through a green light texting.

Years ago I was having a conversation with a dim, dangerous man named Troy. I’d ended up as Troy’s supervisor on the construction project, because I was smarter, and Troy didn’t like it because he was older. Troy was quick to anger and carried a knife, so most discussions with him were best handled delicately.

Troy said, “You think I’m stupid!”

“No!” I lied as sincerely as I could.

“Well let me tell you something smart-boy, they gave me an IQ test in the Army and I scored 86. How about that!”

Obviously Troy didn’t know that IQ tests aren’t on a 100 point scale or that 86 is not too far above the handicapped line. And I sure as hell wasn’t going…

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