In Honor of Rev. Dr. King Jr.

I Dare To Dream (excerpt from “The Middle and Working Class Manifesto” (3rd edition) by Rev. Paul J. Bern) The maniacal march of economic inequality, from which springs the source of racism, poverty, crime, violence, and lack of access to health care and higher education, has become the new civil rights issue of the 21st […]

What do God, Ferguson, Mo., and the Arab Spring have in common?

God, Ferguson, Mo., ‘Occupy’, ‘the 99%’, and the Arab Spring I have been watching the evening news on wireless TV and on the Internet from the alternative media (with just a measured amount of CNN Internet; I don’t waste my time or money with cable TV) with much admiration lately as the political turmoil unfolds […]

Could the American dream turn out to be a nightmare? Or is it already there?

Is The American Dream A Christian Nightmare? By Rev. Paul J. Bern The American Dream has at its core an escape from the real world to build a personalized utopia, a custom-made fantasy island of sorts. When we were taught to pursue this dream when we were growing up, we were told that if we […]