We follow the scribbling of faith blogger Bill because he's one of the most prolific, local, progressive voices from Kansas City's inter-faith community.
Moreover, his writing advocates defeating opposition with polite, middle-class religious fervor.
This is actually a really nice line from his latest post that's sweet and makes people feel better about crushing their opposition at the ballot box . . .
"It's that moral identity that we form by understanding our history in great depth, by paying attention to the moment (especially to whose voice is missing or is being shut out) and by imaging a future in which every human being -- every one -- is considered to be of inestimable value."
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This Independence Day weekend provides us another opportunity to do two things: Celebrate what's good (a lot) about the U.S. and its history and, at least as important, learn or remember what went wrong in American history. The goal would...