Rolling Jubilee: Proclaim Liberty Throughout all the Land

The Rolling Jubilee is a little picture of the divine economy, leveraging liberation for people enslaved by debts they can never repay. The project “buys debt for pennies on the dollar, but instead of collecting it, abolishes it.” And the destitute hear good news. [Read more…]

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Joss Whedon endorses Mitt Romney

“Let’s all embrace the future — stop pretending we care about each other and start hoarding canned goods.” [Read more…]

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‘The best part is, it’s really easy to lie’

“It’s a strategy that works because when I lie, I’m essentially telling people what they want to hear, and people really like hearing things they want to hear. Even if they sort of know that nothing I’m saying is true.” [Read more…]

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Fighting the beast: How can Clifford Russell be saved?

It cannot be our only response, and it cannot be our primary response, but at least a part of our response to people like Clifford Russell must be to offer them a chance to be saved — to find redemption, liberation and salvation. [Read more…]

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More scenes from the class wars

“All he gives is a humbug pill, a dose of dope and a great big bill, Tell me how can a poor man stand such times and live?” [Read more…]

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Mitt Romney once owned a credit-rating agency

The credit-rating business model is based on your score being both inaccurate and inadequate — deliberately so, or else the protection racket they’re running wouldn’t work. And yet the credit-rating agencies are largely unchecked and unrestrained in their ability to restrict your freedom and the freedom of every other American. Mitt Romney — who once owned Experian — aims to keep things that way. [Read more…]

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Whosoever doeth this the same hath great cause to repent

Republican candidate for president Mitt Romney’s comments disparaging the “47 percent” stand in stark contrast to King Benjamin’s sermon in the Book of Mormon. One of them said that lazy poor people can never be convinced to “take personal responsibility and care for their lives.” The other one said that anyone who talks like that “hath no interest in the kingdom of God.” [Read more…]

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More scenes from the class war

“Middle income is $200,000 to $250,000 and less.” “The census data that just came out show that the median household income — the amount at the 50th percentile — was about $50K last year.” “Blessed are those who, in moments of moral integrity, defy this cynical list of political beatitudes and act from a sense [Read More…]

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