No entity is free from subjectivity—not even in the workplace—so an association of the Catholic faith held by the majority of the U.S. Supreme Court with their key rulings becomes problematic.
BROOKLYN (Workers World Today) – A little-known fact regarding the U.S. Supreme Court justices entails their religious stance—a majority are of the Catholic faith. This results in a more conservative group of individuals ruling on issues concerning education, gay rights and abortion. In Burwell v. Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc., privately held, for-profit corporations were given […]
Religious competition was to blame for Europe’s witch hunts
By C.R., Economist Aug 30th 2018 IN EUROPE, a belief in witchcraft is widely associated with medieval superstition. But this is not quite accurate. Before the 15th century popes denied the existence of witchcraft and forbade the prosecution of anyone accused of practicing it. It was only after 1500 that churches reversed their position. Over […]
“Leadership is not he or she who is the greatest orator and leadership is not he or she who has the greatest wealth or material gain. Leadership is he or she who can provide right guidance in the critical hour.” - Dr. Wesley Muhammad
By Staff Writer | Thu Jul 12, 2018 BROOKLYN (Workers World Today) – Activist and student Minister Dr. Wesley Muhammad of the Nation of Islam (NOI) discussed leadership in a radio interview with Ask the Lawyer, a production of All Black Radio, broadcasted through WVIP 93.5 FM in the Tri-state area. Dr. Muhammad said that […]