The debate over whether to elect POTUS† through the Electoral College or the one-person-one-vote principle cannot be resolved by moral reasoning about fairness. It must be decided as our Founding Fathers decided it, by pragmatic political compromise.
Explains how even secular values are religious. Since public policy inherently promotes some values over others, it cannot avoid favoring one religion over another. Therefore, the only way to honor the First Amendment is to minimize public policy making.
Explains how the fact that humans are information processing animals requires freedom of choice, how wise politicians optimize that freedom, and how both Democrats and Republicans fail in such wisdom.
Provides a critique of psychology's uncritical acceptance of multiculturalism and presents a pragmatic alternative.
Characterizes the political left and right, identifying their strengths and weaknesses.
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American Muslims must clearly explain the relationship of their religious commitment to American democracy. For more on terrorism, see www.n-e-x-u-s.com/terrorism/.
Mindfulness requires that in seeking diversity of viewpoints Inquiring Mind should seek out political as well as ethnic diversity.
Identifies three dangers — in the areas of valuation, autonomy, and competence — to the professionalism of psychologists who are ecological activists.
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