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“Corporate Money,” by Andrew Schatkin

The United States Supreme Court, in 2010, decided a case of great societal significance and import. The name of the case was Citizens United v. Federal Elections Commissions. The United States Supreme Court here decided that the former law that prohibited corporations and unions from

“Do Animals Have Souls?” by Andrew J. Schatkin

“Do Animals Have Souls?” by Andrew J. Schatkin Most Christians or religious people in general believe that people have souls. Perhaps what they mean is that human personalities have a kind of permanence and substance that will outlive the grave. Having a soul is generally

Podcast with Bruce Witt

Mr Witt is an executive with a record of success in field management of a non-profit organization and in marketing with Shell Chemical Company.

Podcast with Dr. Ashraf Ramelah

Dr. Ashraf Ramelah is the founder and president of Voice of the Copts, a human rights nonprofit organization 501 (c) (3). The organization has offices in Italy and the United States.

“Tradition,” by Andrew J. Schatkin

“Tradition,” by Andrew J. Schatkin When we speak of tradition, we conjure up the staid, the set, and even the boring. We conjure up old men and women holding forth at great length on the good old days when men were men, women were woman,

Podcast with Ken Behr

Ken Behr is an executive that left Ford early to pursue education, entrepreneurship and ministry callings. He is the current pastor at Faith Dialogue, a nondenominational fellowship in Celebration FL, and the President/Founder of a commercial lending company.