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Does the United States benefit from new laws to deal with the new realities of its multi-layered pluralism? A look at one significant facet of America's "diversity of values" may suggest an answer. Intense religious conflict rages in hot spots around the world. The global challenges with managing religious diversity (expressed as "differences") are reflected....more No comments
On balance, which does a societal norm of political correctness do more, help or harm? When forced to go underground, people can get pretty good at hiding who they are. Often, the only way to catch them in time is by way of their own mouths. Diversiphobes can do tremendous damage along the way before they get caught, as....more No comments
No doubt just as he expected, the remarks of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas created a flurry, contending that the America is "more race and differences-conscious than in the 1960s..." If the Hon. Clarence Thomas is correct, it could be inferred that the Diversity Practitioners and Consultants in America have....more No comments
In a verbal shot heard round the word, United States Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas shared with students at Palm Beach Atlantic University, “My sadness is that we are probably today more race and difference-conscious than I was in the 1960s when I went to school.” After a half century....more No comments
From its beginnings in 1792, the French revolution grew into the Napoleonic wars, and France declared war against several European enemies. American Secretary of State, Thomas Jefferson, assured the French Minister that the U.S. would "render all those good offices which shall be consistent with the duties of a neutral nation." By early 1793,....more No comments
.  "There is no reconciling war and neutrality. Each stands in the other's way. The reason is that they represent diametrically opposed aspirations: one contributes to the reign of force and arbitrary action; the other, to that of law, order and peace."  "The exercise of the right to remain neutral did not necessarily imply that the choice was final. A State which, at the beginning....more No comments
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To Stay Right in the MiddleWithout question, the growth of “diversity” has been the trend for a long time in the U.S. The question was never really whether the population was diverse, but was and remains one of how that demographic diversity has been used and positioned, politically, economically as well....
. The Hague Conventions of 1899 and 1907 were international conferences held to formalize and ratify the rules of war. Consider this one of the great lessons of history. While history often records that "The Great War" came as a shock to most, why formulate rules of war if no one suspected that was a consideration? The agreements that came out of those....more No comments