Monthly Archives: May 2021

The Growing Threat of Christian Nationalism

by Charles S. Oaxpatu Welcome to Memorial Day weekend. This is the weekend all Americans should remember and meditate on our constitutional republic and its baseline democratic principles. At the end of this article, I have listed a couple of … Continue reading

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Some Thoughts on Forgiving Yourself and Others

by Charles S. Oaxpatu Jesus encouraged us to forgive others who trespass against us. Excellent idea. However, I am wondering about something. How many of us are willing to forgive ourselves for the past things we have done to trespass … Continue reading

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New CDC Guidance on Wearing Face Masks for COVID-19 and Its Variants

by Charles S. Oaxpatu The CDC issued new face mask guidance last week for those Americans who have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19. By all accounts, it was poorly presented, and it confused the crap out of people. Why the … Continue reading

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This Week——–Meditate on the True Story of Sophie Scholl

by Charles S. Oaxpatu Sophie Scholl? Who is that—–you say? I had never heard of her either until a couple of hours ago. She is a memorialized hero in Germany like Anne Frank is here in the United States. This … Continue reading

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Today Is the Christian Fundamentalist and Conservative Evangelical “National Day of Prayer”

by Charles S. Oaxpatu Today is the 70th anniversary of the so-called “National Day of Prayer” in the United States. I am not sure how this religious “pseudoholiday” first began so many years ago, and the specific religious affiliations of … Continue reading

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