the ten commandments’ provision for thou shall not steal is clear. there is no provision that a little theft is permissible. in fact, little thefts have huge impacts on the most vulnerable in society. often, homeless people have their possessions stolen. such theft creates a greater hardship than a small theft occurring of a wealthyContinue reading “Does Size Matter When It Comes to Theft? A Ten Commandments’ Tale”
with covid-19, still an issue, passover celebrations in 2021, have taken on a new dynamic. with many areas of the world still practicing social distancing and prohibiting outdoor dining, celebrations such as the seder, a family, friend and stranger event, has health challenges. the seder tradition, which has been practiced for over a thousand years,Continue reading “Sukkot on Passover? Using One Holiday To Save Another”
approximately a year ago, before the coronavirus hysteria, sf district attorney sanctioned hate crimes against asians. at that time, district attorney chesa boudin’s offices dropped [asian] hate crime charges against mr. dwayne grayson. as sifst reported, “conversations with the victim led da chesa boudin to seek restorative justice — which is commonly known as theContinue reading “SF District Attorney SANCTIONED Hate Crimes Against Asians: Just Ask Dwayne Grayson”
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