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Being a Christian in the US today is rough.

 Don’t get me wrong. It’s not as rough as it is in Muslim countries. I can declare my faith openly here without fear of being killed, tortured, losing property or being imprisoned. Being a Christian doesn’t mean that I’ll lose … Continue reading

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An American cliche I am

Today I feel like an American cliche.  I speak out against American consumerism, but here I sit in Starbucks, sipping my nonfat no-water Chai tea latte, typing on my laptop, listening to my iPod, waiting for my Centro to ring. … Continue reading

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Mixed signals

Dear America, You confound me. You tell me that you voted for Barack Obama because you want change.  I find that highly ironic since you also elected most of the incumbents back into office. Let’s take my state, NJ, for … Continue reading

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