My Belief is Their Superstition: Rethinking Belief Systems

By José Armando Fernández Guerrero “Hazte pa’alla.” “¿Mande?” “¡Que pongas los pies pa’ acá y la cabeza lejos de la puerta!” For some reason, my child self found pride in annoying his elders. In this scenario – a hallmark of my life as a little rascal – my mother commanded me to tuck myself in bed with my head as far as possible from the … Continue reading My Belief is Their Superstition: Rethinking Belief Systems

Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Godlessness: are church and state really separate in the law?

By Michael Alban As easy as it is to comment on the spectacle that is Donald Trump,    we seem to have forgotten that he does not have a monopoly on the curious and sometimes questionable aspects of our presidential race. While much of Trump’s antics are unique to him as an individual and his attempt to achieve what he apparently thinks is best, other candidates … Continue reading Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Godlessness: are church and state really separate in the law?