Monthly Archives: June 2016

Election or Appointment of Judges? It Doesn’t Matter!

Adam Hochschild, in the New York Review of Books,  complains about the election of many US law enforcement officials because election to office insures office holders will cater to popular whim and prejudice, especially when they’re up for reelection: “the United States chooses a sizable … Continue reading

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Rules for Social Science Research

Here are my Rules for Social Science Research.  These Rules tell researchers how to find out what’s really going on. Also, these Rules can be used to evaluate research.  Information in journals, books, newspapers, blog posts, Twitter feeds, etc. that’s consistent with the … Continue reading

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Christianity Has Given Up on Jesus and Gone to the Dogs

There’s evidence that Christianity has given up on Jesus and has gone to the dogs.  For example, there’s Canines for Christ and Kingdom Dog Ministries.  The Lutheran Church has a dog ministry.  Dogs, rather than Jesus or clerics standing in for … Continue reading

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