Monthly Archives: July 2013

Democracy is Messy


The recent dissolution of the Morsi government by the military presents many questions whether democracy can really work in an ancient country like Egypt. The situation is a mess no doubt. However, the will of the people will make it … Continue reading

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Indivividual Citizen Rights


An international drama has been created through the leaking of intelligence information by Edward Snowden, a contract employee of the US National Security Agency. This incident should give us an opportunity to reflect on the rights of the individual citizen … Continue reading

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Humans and Animals


We inherited Toby when our son went to college eight years ago. One day, Toby suddenly did not eat and play. I could feel two large lumps under his belly. He began to develop hairless spots all over the body. … Continue reading

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The Conservative Dilemma (II)


The Conservative Dilemma (II) As the conservative pendulum swings away Many ideas emerge to save the day. The simplistic ideas of the past did not work. A recently published article may find its worth Written by B. Inglis and E. … Continue reading

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