A Meditation For Good Friday

This was part of a series of dramatic monologues that people in my parish were asked to come up with for the Stations of the Cross yesterday.   Each Station […]

Was Kunduz A War Crime?

A week after US warplanes bombed a hospital run by Doctors Without Borders (MSF) in Kunduz, Afghanistan on 3 October,  killing over twenty staff and patients, Afghanistan, there is some debate […]

Jeffrey Toobin on ”Cafeteria Government”

Whatever one thinks of Ms. Davis, Jeffrey Toobin’s short essay on the New Yorker website  raises some interesting points about whether religious accomodation amounts to “cafeteria citizenship” and even to […]

One Human Cost Of The Drone War

While amusing (at least, amusing i suppose to pilots) the caption of this image suggests that it can’t be that easy being an Air Force drone operator.   Besides the […]