Tag: ethics

Dec 10

America: A Failed Experiment

In Brief — With sadness, the author briefly explores the state of America today under an erratic and autocratic leader as it descends in status. Just another flawed country that has lost its way after a promising beginning. [Written April 2017.] ————————————————————————— The Fall of Giants— No, I’m not anti-American but I AM a realist. …

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Dec 03

Humans, Super-Humans or Extinction?

In Brief — Humans arose from pond scum millions of years ago, progressed through stages to the place where they are today. Assuming progress continues, will humans become super-human or is extinction their fate? [Written in August/September 2017.] ——————————————————————————————————————————————— Where Will Time’s Arrow Lead Humanity? — War, disease, famine or, alternatively, extended life, good health, …

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Jun 11

A Dose of Reality — Part 2

In Brief— Part 1 of “A Dose of Reality” explained how there is little justice in America. This part examines the reality of how the American government is drowning in corruption. While corruption has existed from America’s beginning, the Trump administration sets new records for corruption. [Written in December 2016-January 2017.] “Politics is Corrupting”— When …

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