“Religion and politics 101”

 

Felucca near Aswan
The River Nile, near Aswan (Wikimedia Commons)

 

My friend and colleague Ralph Hancock agitated the hive again, a few days ago.

 

http://www.deseretnews.com/article/865679606/Religion-and-politics-101.html

 

Posted from somewhere north of Esna, Egypt

 

 

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