Social Justice and Mercy: “Two Threads of the Same Helix”

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All it takes to sustain a culture war is a few select voices shouting in ideological indignation and people who are willing to label themselves “left” or “right” and then fall in line. In the 21st Century, this uncompromising mindset is creating economic and political stagnation and a socio-political distrust that is destroying us.It doesn’t have to be this way. With Saints and Social Justice: A Guide to Changing the World, author Brandon Vogt dares to suggest that our world might be saved f … [Read more...]

Douglas-to-Dust: Feeling Helpless About the Homeless

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New York City is such a microcosm of every aspect of the human experience -- and the human condition in all its vagaries of darkness and light -- that if one is halfway awake and paying attention, it is impossible not to, at some point, have your world-view challenged, or your spiritual bell rung. I recently related how getting clocked at Penn Station has changed everything for me, though not always in a good way.Recently, Tom Zampino, a lawyer working in the city, had one of those moments, … [Read more...]

Books in the Mail! Books Over the Air! – UPDATED

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When I started blogging, I used to watch Instapundit make note of books he'd received in the mail, (even, eventually, making note of mine!) and I would be so jealous, thinking, "I want that! I want people to send me books in the mail!"I have come to understand why Glenn Reynolds makes a quick mention, when a book comes in, rather than waiting until he gets a chance to read them. The books, once they start coming in, tend to um...pile up quickly!Don't get me wrong. I love getting new … [Read more...]


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