What is the value of profit as a motive for action in the marketplace and competition as a regulating force? Do you trust profit making organizations more than non-profit? Under what circumstances?
Combining Replies from both Elgin Hushbeck, and Joel Watts. Question #5 Reply by Elgin Hushbeck, Jr. Reply by Joel Watts Elgin Hushbeck, Jr. Response #1 Joel Watts Response #1 [6/24/13 – I inadvertently posted the wrong content for Joel Watts’ … Continued
The Question My first concern with my friend Elgin is that he is too filled with Conservative media’s information that he is unable to see the better times for the dour, an unfounded picture of what is actually taking place. … Continued
The Question While Watts and I both seem dissatisfied with the current budget process, I found his suggestions at best unrealistic. He suggests that budgets be done “several years in advance.” Of course one of the current problems is that … Continued
Link to the Question Following each mass killing, as the shock, outrage, and grief fade, and sometimes even before this, the question inevitably becomes what should we do? Is there any way that we could stop these from occurring? As … Continued
SPECIAL SALE OFFER! Remember that our political titles are on sale until the election, including both Preserving Democracy and Faith in the Public Square. Energion authors Robert D. Cornwall (a progressive) and Elgin Hushbeck, Jr. (a conservative) will be engaging … Continued
Consider Christianity Week is sponsored by Elgin Hushbeck, Jr., author of Energion titles Evidence for the Bible, Christianity and Secularism, and Preserving Democracy. For more information, see the Consider.org web site. A Blogswarm In celebration of Consider Christianity Week, Energion … Continued