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The Dying Democracy

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  Prime Minister Bibi Netanyahu of Israel controlled the executive branch to the point that the most important ministerial roles he took for himself. He is accused of bribing the media to support him politically and is trying to control the

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Loving Haters

  I remember reading a diary written by one of Yugoslav partisan generals, Dedier, whose unit was fighting the axis forces during the   Second World War. Dedier was describing how his partisan unit surrounded an Italian garrison at night as the Italian soldiers were sitting around a

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The Sins of Church

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As you all know, I travel a lot.   I noticed something in developing countries: poor, unmarried women often get pregnant very young. Once they have delivered their baby, many of these

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The Lifecycle of Religion

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Religions are born in times of some major social and/or political change, which causes intense stress for people.     Religion answers the pain and stress people feel. A person that is most

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American Cultural Colonialism

The story is that someone said to Levy Eshkol, the prime minister of Israel during the 1950s, “There is a drought.”  “Oh, no!” he shouted. “Where?”  “It is in the Negev, the Israeli desert.”  “Oh my,” he said, relieved. “I got worried. I thought it was in America.”  Many countries

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Being Rich in a Poor Country

It seems that the highest standard of living is in a developed country like America. But I find that the higher standard of living is in a poor country, when you are financially comfortable, if not necessarily rich. The cost of living in developing countries is low. You can get a hamburger for

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Dirty Politics in Democracy

When we study what democracy is in school, we learn about what it should be. As you get closer to what it is in reality (especially when counseling state leaders), you find out that what should be is not necessarily what is. What is, can be quite dirty. I will not mention

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