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Debunked: 'What's Good for Business is Good for America'

By: Roger Olson
You see and hear the cliché over and over: What's good for business is good for America. But this overused and simplistic phrase couldn't be further from the truth.

Is Carbon Offsetting Merely a License to Pollute?

By: Caroline Pomeroy
Since the concept was invented in the late '80s, carbon offsetting has had bad press, likened to buying papal indulgences, described as "greenwash" and a license to pollute. But is it?

Prophetic Religion's Role to Solve the Dreamer Dilemma

By: David P. Gushee
Our nation's immigration system is irrational, arbitrary and routinely heartbreaking. It creates new loyalties and then breaks them; it helps families and then shatters them. It needs dramatic change.

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