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Archive for Moral Courage
Sep 2018 08

” The Problem of Procedural Injustice.”

The crises now facing American Liberal Democracy may have as much to do with the denial of procedural justice by politicians as it does the aversion of distributive justice for everyday Americans through failed political processes, corrupt political leaders and a broken political system. Such grievous injustices have been evidenced most recently by the refusal […]

Aug 2018 26

The Hero Will Be Missed.

In these solemn hours and days in our country—we still hope, work and believe that bright burnished days will be our future—the examples of true heroic men and women of strong moral courage and good moral character who are true public servants who love their country, have sacrificed tremendously for it and with all their […]

Aug 2018 10

“The Anatomy of Political Destructiveness”

The struggle for true and complete freedom in America must be understood within the framework of our American Representative Democracy which now more than ever is still worth preserving, upholding and defending. It is precisely within the context of our Constitutional Democratic Republic and the ethos it has nurtured and developed that we grasp the […]

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