Monthly Archives: June 2013

Fighting the Right Fight for Marriage

We need to fight for a better version of marriage than the one society currently espouses and we might have to do that using some new terminology for what we are currently talking about. Continue reading

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Exploring Concepts for Mutual Improvement

Exploring and comparing the concepts of intentional brotherhoods, master mind groups, and priesthood quorums as organizations for individual improvement and human accomplishment. Continue reading

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Facts Aren’t Always Impartial

I was listening to Doug Wright this morning talking about the John Swallow situation and I found myself laughing at the linguistic gymnastics he was engaged in trying to discuss the situation without suggesting that impeachment might be the proper … Continue reading

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Impeachment isn’t the same as Removal from Office

Opening an impeachment proceeding is the same as opening an investigation, not the same as handing down an indictment. It is meant to be done in order to obtain evidence, not after the evidence has already been gathered. It seems obvious that there is enough smoke surrounding John Swallow to warrant looking into whether the smoke is from a fog machine or a fire. Continue reading

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Thoughts on Caucus System Reform

Curt Bentley has an excellent post in which he discusses the issue of reforming the caucus system. I really appreciate the methodical approach he has taken to examine the issue. I completely agree with each of his guiding principles and … Continue reading

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