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September 22, 2014
Brad Hirschfield Brad Hirschfield
brad hirshfield faith on the record 9.26

From Odyssey Networks' Faith on the Record series: As the world comes to grips with the threat of terrorism from ISIS, I believe this is a moment when all people must make an honest choice about who they want to be in the world, including in a war which very much has religious overtones but isn't a war against any one religion, nor can it be allowed to become so. Please watch my video commentary...

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Irwin Kula Irwin Kula
Waking Up- A Guide to Spirituality Without Religion

Sam Harris, one of America's greatest skeptics and critics of religion, has just written a fascinating book -

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Brad Hirschfield Brad Hirschfield

Google and the Right to be Forgotten

Posted September 17, 2014 @ 10:09 am
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Google and The Right To Be Forgotten

Who doesn't want to know that their life makes a difference - a difference that at least those closest to them will appreciate? Who among us doesn't want to be remembered? But how are memories created and preserved? What makes some things memorable and others forgettable? These questions have been at the center of society for most of human history. They lay at the center of many religions, much of...

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Irwin Kula Irwin Kula
An Erosion of Trust in the NYC Subway

Here is a story that is emblematic of so much of what is wrong in our republic. As with many cities' transit systems, you can buy a card - in New York City it's called a MetroCard - and add value to it so that you do not need to buy a single ride each time you travel. Inevitably, at some point you swipe your card and the dreaded words "Insufficient Fare" appear. ...

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Brad Hirschfield Brad Hirschfield
Why I Stayed

Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice's violent attack on his then-fiancée Janay Palmer in February is very much in the news. It may cost Rice his career, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell his job, and it may invite us all to do more to address the all too common phenomenon of domestic abuse. It's also a story I take very personally. ...

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