Monthly Archives: December 2010

Here’s my take on the “compromise” tax bill

Here is why, in an up-or-down vote, I want Heath Shuler, Kay Hagan and Richard Burr to vote against what the President is trying to pass off as a bi-partisan “compromise” tax bill: it isn’t a compromise; it’s a capitulation.  … Continue reading

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Reflecting on (Secular) Morality/Ethics

I had never heard of Socrates Café until recently when I went looking for a local discussion group to keep my socialization and critical thinking skills current. The most recent topic (as I understood it) was whether or not it … Continue reading

Posted in Life, Philosophy/Ethics | 1 Comment