Soleimani deserved what he got but this doesn’t redeem the clueless incompetence of the President.
Somewhere along the way the work of confronting the rot of racism took a turn. The understanding that racism is a universal toxin, mediated through social systems, gave way to a vigilance for the individual offender.
All of us together, pretending to be happy, are what we appear to be.
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Donald Trump has clarified the moral landscape in an exhilarating way. The people who love and admire him are emboldened to undertake his cause. And the rest of us should likewise be emboldened to fight and to prevail.
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America’s evangelical Christians finally have God’s man in Washington. From this premise follows the conclusion that we can learn a lot about God, and about his people, from this administration.
The day will arrive when the world is rid of this menace of a President, but just as the rot did not begin with him, neither will it end with him. The rot itself is that the centre cannot hold… Read More ›