Elgin Hushbeck, Jr. (author of Preserving Democracy) and Joel Watts (author of From Fear to Faith: Stories of Hitting Spiritual Walls) continue their debate on political issues at Energion.net, answering a question this month about the justice system.
Energion author Elgin Hushbeck, Jr. will be interviewed this Saturday morning Feb 4th at 9:00 AM by Rev Oliver Burrows on his show Christian Economic Perspectives. You can listen at 1230 WXCO-AM in Wausau, WI and on the Internet at www.1230wxco.com/stream.htm . We will be discussing my book, Preserving Democracy and some of the roots of the current economic problems.
(Crossposted from Energion Publications.)
Elgin Hushbeck writes about the double standard applied to discourse by left and right.
You can read his thoughts at his politics and religion blog.
Elgin Hushbeck discusses the lame duck session of congress:
The No-Labels crowd is back with a major push, which is not too surprising. The more Democrats and/or liberals reveal their true nature, thereby damaging their brand, the more they seek to avoid labels that would identify them for who they are. …
I recommend Elgin Hushbeck’s Preserving Democracy. In fact, I recommend that all political liberals read his book. The best learning experiences come in the midst of contention and disagreement. Political liberals would find their evenings far more productive if they read Hushbeck’s book instead of simply having their views mindlessly confirmed by watching MSNBC’s loony left evening lineup.