social justice

U.S. Domestic spending plan

Sinema, O’Halleran part of White House talks on Build Back Better plan

Two Arizona lawmakers were among the House and Senate moderates who met with President Joe Biden this week, as negotiations on the administration’s Build Back Better plan heated up. Sen. Kyrsten Sinema, D-Ariz., talked with Biden Tuesday and Rep. Tom O’Halleran, D-Sedona, was part of handful of lawmakers who were at the White House to

Climate Change

With Climate Change, Is It Garbage In, Trillions Out?

One basic principle of computer modeling is “garbage in, garbage out”.  In other words, you can’t model phenomena you don’t understand. Nonetheless, politicians often use bad models to give a veneer of legitimacy to weak ideas. Climate policy is essentially a debate over models. The general circulation models used to evaluate climate are unable to

Opinion

Opinion: The Price Tag for Academia’s “Fake Racism”

What happens when we confuse social power with social justice? A trampling of any reasonable definition of fairness, as the fallout from an incident at Smith College in Massachusetts, demonstrates. According to reports, in the summer of 2018, a Smith student ate lunch in a campus building left empty when regular classes are not in session. An

COVID-19

‘Too White’ To Get COVID Vaccine? Some Social Justice Activists Say Yes.

Are teachers “too white” to get early, priority access to the COVID-19 vaccine? In a New York Times article Friday, several medical professionals suggested that decisions over distributing the limited doses of COVID-19 vaccines are not based on the most efficient way to prevent deaths, but on consideration of social justice. For example, older Americans

Creation Corner

Creation and Social Justice

David McNabb kicks off the Creation Corner series by interviewing Dr. Kevin Anderson  of the Creation Research Society about creation and social justice.

Opinion

Opinions: NFL in 2020 — Point-Counterpoint

Point: The NFL Can’t Avoid Politics Even If It Wants To Brian Wakamo | InsideSources.com The NFL season is approaching, and it arrives into a much different world than the one in which the Kansas City Chiefs won the Super Bowl. In the long months since, a pandemic has killed more than 180,000 people in America,

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