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What Is Important To You…

In January 1983, my favorite sports team, the Dallas Cowboys of the National Football League, made it to their third straight NFC championship game. They’d lost their previous two. This game was January 22, Sabbath morning. As a Seventh-Day Adventist, … Continue reading

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This comes from my former UCLA economics professor Russell Roberts, an Orthodox Jew. Our wide-ranging conversations in 1988-1989 were life-changing. Here’s his story: Russell Roberts is Professor of Economics at George Mason University, the J. Fish and Lillian F. Smith … Continue reading

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Helping The Homeless In Pico/Robertson

I don’t give money or material assistance of any kind to the homeless. I don’t believe in it. There are social service organizations better equipped for this. I talk to the homeless at times. I know some of their names. … Continue reading

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