Barack Obama is a victor. No doubt both exhausted and elated, he has won the American presidential race for a second time. I used to work for a direct sales […]
Injustice smells. There is a nauseating odor to it: toxic, enraging, sad. And when we see someone who cheated and betrayed, someone who let us down, it is hard to […]
In my last Wondering Fair article, I discussed how inconvenience sometimes aids credibility, particularly for politicians. Similarly, I suggested that Jesus has credibility because He says a lot of inconvenient […]
Recently, the Australian Labor government announced an emissions trading scheme. The validity of the scheme has been debated since, but perhaps of more interest has been the response by the […]
Much gets said these days about liberty and freedom across the political spectrum. At the heart of talk about “inalienable rights” is usually the notion of freedom, and in the contemporary […]
Religion is not neutral to politics, nor is politics neutral to religion.