The letter does bring into focus a very real problem with American government,.. In a nutshell, that problem is that overt political control of the White House and Congress changes over a short time period, and not in synchrony.
At present computerized translation programs are best at rendering factual material like patents and business communications, but they are constantly improving. Perhaps some day they will be able to handle literature and spiritual concepts.
The immediate effect of implementing the bill will be to direct the Federal Government to pay some undetermined but undoubtedly large sum of money directly to insurance companies to subsidize health insurance for younger people who lack employer benefits
The admonition to pray for those we dislike prompts the author to speculate on praying for people who would be offended by being objects of prayer, because they have rejected your concept of God in favor of one that reinforces their own egos.
A series of foul-ups ended up with the author realizing a common nightmare scenario, teaching a class wearing nothing but her underwear.
The author cites “the deliberate introduction of addictive additives into commercial bakery products” as one of the major causes of the food addiction she observed in her housemates.
The author lists some of the practices she has established to ensure that she lives a moral life in an impersonal consumer-driven society.
Am I, as a citizen of the United States of America, culpable in the excesses of Amero-globalism even though I feel utterly impotent to effect any change? It is a moral question which I have long debated personally, which has caused me many sleepless nights due to the gnawing of conscience. I don’t have any thrilling answers, but I have come up with some constructions which give me some peace of mind.
These two lethal viral diseases, one rapidly fatal and one progressing slowly over a period of years, occur in animal populations in the same area of central Africa and have presumably entered the human population multiple times during the mllennia since humans appeared on earth. This article argues that the presence of a highly virulent disease like Ebola prevents establishment of HIV in populations by removing immunocompromised individuals before they can infect others.
If anyone had told me, a decade ago, that I would find such satisfaction and pleasure from singing old hymns liberally laced with gloom and doom and Hellfire, I would probably have been incredulous.