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The Wisdom Daily's Top Stories of the Week: 11/4/13 - 11/8/13

In case you missed them earlier in the week, here are the top three stories from The Wisdom Daily for the week ending November, 8, 2013.     Air Force Goes God Optional The United States Air Force has decided to make God an option; at least as far as the service or enlistment oath is concerned.? The oath is older that the United States itself, dating back to June of 1775, and has been administered in its current form since 1962… READ MORE   The Ethical Issues of Ebay Selling Holocaust......

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The Wisdom Daily's Top Stories of the Week 10/13/13 - 10/18/13

In case you missed them earlier in the week, here are the top three stories from The Wisdom Daily for the week ending October 18, 2013     1. New Traditions: Making Music a Family Affair There has long been the cultural stereotype that children reject their parent’s taste in music. I certainly did.? I eschewed my parent’s symphonic classical music and operas for The Grateful Dead, Crosby Stills Nash & Young, Dylan, The Stones, The Who, The Doors, The Beatles.? Classic Rock, there wasn’t anything better.? Today, however, I’m not sure......

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The Wisdom Daily's Top Stories of the Week 9/23/13 - 9/27/13

In case you missed them earlier in the week, here are the top three stories from The Wisdom Daily for the week ending September 27, 2013.     1. 3D Character Printing: Building Better People “Imagine a gathering of over ?”400 innovators, troublemakers, entrepreneurs inventors and transformation artists” where for a couple of days, thirty-two story-tellers from around the world from every field share their wisdom. ?Well this is BIF#9, the BIF Summit in Providence, Rhode Island ? and I was as one of the storytellers. ?It was crazy, inspiring, creative, playful,......

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The Wisdom Daily's Top Stories of the Week 9/16/13 - 9/20/13

In case you missed them earlier in the week, here are the top three stories from The Wisdom Daily for the week ending September 20, 2013. 1. Syria Action: Moral Progress? “There seem to be two different forces at play in global politics that are at odds with each other that at the same time reflect some sort of moral progress. On the one hand there is the President and those who supported punishing Syria for using chemical weapons for whom international agreed-upon norms of war, established very recently, need to be......

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Washington Naval Yard Shooting

With multiple people dead, including at least one shooter, the scene at the Washington Naval Yard remains chaotic.? In terms of the most important questions, what we don’t know, far outstrips what we do.? How many victims in total?? How many attackers?? What prompted the attack?? Is it part of some larger plan of attacks?? We don’t know the answers to these questions but I bet that we all have immediate responses to the attack anyway, and that being aware of them is a pretty powerful diagnostic of the national sense of......

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