Posted February 9, 2013 By Kevin Knauss
We continually see legislators in different states introducing and passing legislation that’s an invasion of privacy or a restricting health care services for women.
Filed in Health, Politics, Religion | Tagged: abortion, bear arms, guns, Privacy, rights, second amendment, states rights, tenth amendment, women's health
Posted October 10, 2012 By Kevin Knauss
The focus of PolyRel is to provide a forum for the everyday person to express their reactions to world events as shaped by their faith.
Filed in Community, Politics, Religion | Tagged: Blog, current events, faith, lay, ordained, perspective, politics, religion, science, share, world, writings
Posted September 26, 2012 By Kevin Knauss
Only God, in Ryan’s eyes, can bestow rights upon Americans.
Posted August 23, 2012 By Kevin Knauss
From the British Monarchy to an independent congress, governments have always found ways to steer commerce and money to their friends. Patriotism means questioning the government for answers and maybe a little rebellion.
Filed in Businesss, Healthcare Reform, Religion | Tagged: American, British, independence, medicare, Part D Prescription, patriotism, rebel, rebellion, Tea Party, Thomas Jefferson, workers' compensation
Posted August 16, 2012 By Randy Owens
I think even Ayn Rand could have accepted many Buddhist ideas such as the Laws of Karma (Cause and Effect), the Law of Dependent Origination (Nothing exists on its own
Posted July 29, 2012 By Randy Owens
Scientists say this discovery is only the beginning to understanding the Higgs Boson and so this is very early speculation but it does intrigue the imagination especially for Buddhists who believe that time is without beginning or end but continues in cycle after cycle, universe after universe never ending.
Posted July 21, 2012 By Randy Owens
I think it is unhealthy to avoid thinking about death until it happens to someone we know or until we should face it ourselves with fear and anxiety of mind upon our proximity to it.