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Dennis New

Luther, Jefferson, and Trump

  April 3, 1521, the most controversial Catholic monk in Europe rode into the German city of Worms to stand before Emperor Frederick on the charges the Church had against him. He had traveled from the place where all the controversy began, the city of…

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Dennis New

CVS, Aetna, and we consumers

  Empires are on the march. And it’s not good. Some of the biggest empires that impacted us are: Ottoman Empire — the Ottoman Empire (between 16th and 17th Centuries) extended through three continents: Southeastern Europe, Western Asia and North Africa controlling most of these…

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Dennis New

Is math “whiteness” as one professor claims?

  “White privilege is bolstered by teaching math,” university professor  Rochelle Gutierrez laid out her views on the subject in an article for a newly published anthology for math educators titled, “Building Support for Scholarly Practices in Mathematics Methods.” In CampusReform Gutierrez writes: “On many…

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Dennis New

Shut up!

  “Progressives can’t stop trying to ruin Halloween. Now, Cosmopolitan is claiming that letting your little girl dress up as the title character in Disney’s “Moana” is racist if she isn’t the right color.” It’s time to shut up. In politicizing everything we end up living in…

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Dennis New

Justice and the law, not always the same

It seriously began with Sara Palin when she took on the role as Vice Presidental candidate for John McCain. In her book Smear: How Shady Political Operatives and Fake News Control What You See, What You Think, and How You Vote by investigative reporter Sharyl…

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Dennis New

Nationalism

  “. . . for the sake of some half-baked, spurious nationalism, cooked up by people who would rather find scapegoats than solve problems”, so the speech went from war here and sitting Senator John McCain. There has been much said about a new emphasis…

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Dennis New

Implicit Bias

                            The problem with social justice is that social injustice is seen everywhere. Aggression isn’t bad enough, now we must worry about microaggressions. The problem is, we can know aggression, we really…

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Dennis New

Choose Truth over the Lie

  Because we are curious and facts help us understand, scholars have attempted to establish a timeline from Adam to Noah by using the years between the men listed in Genesis 5. Is it a perfect guide? It’s all we have, but we can’t assume…

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Dennis New

The Loss of Classical Education with Liberal Professors

  When so many college professors are so openly liberal and very hostile to any point of view different from theirs (you can interpret this as Democratic talking points) and of everyone not of their persuasion it’s no wonder students come out of college uneducated…

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Dennis New

Bridging the Unbridgable

          I am a philosopher by inclination and by education. My mind has always lived in this realm, even when I didn’t understand it. I did my senior paper on the Continental Rationalists (75-pages for my B.A.). They were Baruch Spinoza…

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