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Glass-Half-Full

Glass-Half-Full: Counting My Blessings By Ken K. Gourdin Perhaps this will be an appropriate follow-up to “Suicidal, But Sane.” How much do we take for granted? Professor Dan Peterson, professor of Arabic and of Islamic studies at Provo, Utah’s, Brigham … Continue reading

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Je Suis Charlie

“Je Suis Charlie”: Reflections on the Recent Terrorist Attacks in France By Ken K. Gourdin Recent happenings in France (the land of some of my ancestors, if you recognize the derivation of my surname), in which purportedly (nominally) Islamic terrorists … Continue reading

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Christmas is culturally significant, even if not religiously so

Religion, law, and politics aside, Christmas and other religious celebrations are culturally significant By Ken K. Gourdin  This time of year — Christmastime, the holidays, or simply the month of December, depending on your perspective — necessitates navigating a tricky legal, … Continue reading

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