Can Science Be Trusted?

A Question of Validity & Credibility That’s a provocative question, isn’t it? But the truth is, a lot of people today are questioning the validity of science; or at least, the credibility of many scientific reports and studies that are released. Wh…

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March for Our Lives: Gun Violence

Taking Sides, Limiting Choices – Blowing our Chances It’s exactly one week since we participated in the March for Our Lives in Washington DC.  Having reflected on what I witnessed last week and studying the bigger picture surrounding guns in schools ov…

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Does the United States Need an AI Bill?

The GI Bill for the 21st Century By Alex Pursglove and Krishna Pendyala   When over 15 million American soldiers returned home following World War II, they faced challenges like PTSD, homelessness and unemployment.  In response, the US government …

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Serenity or Anxiety – How to make the Choice clear?

  Our state of mind is a choice.  The way we go about our day and the unconscious assumptions under which we operate seem to steer our outlook quite strongly. Many of us are familiar with the Serenity Prayer, originally authored by the American theologian, that was later popularized by the twelve-step community.  It has […]

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